The horse racing community continues to saddle this year as one of the world’s most celebrated horse racing competitions opens a few days from now. It will create another opportunity for all sports fans to witness not only a fun-filled event but a profitable way of earning money through betting. Undoubtedly, this horse racing event will surely entice millions of sports fans all over the world.
The Breeders’ Cup Series 2019 will hold a two-day marathon of horses in Santa Anita Park, California. It will take place on November 1 and 2, which features different racing tacks to compete. Each horse racers will compete for over a million-dollar purse prize depending on the category where they got qualified.
According to an online horse racing publication named Bloodhorse, the Breeders' Cup organization enlisted around 188 horse entries, which will all compete in different groups. Most of the entries from small categories came from the United States, while major championship divisions include entries from overseas who were superstars of world horse racing tournaments.
Besides, the Breeders’ Cup this year will come as the most exciting event in the history of horse racing. It is because we will see a comeback of some horse racers who got disqualified this year’s most controversial edition of the Kentucky Derby. We will see the return of Maximum Security, which was the real Derby winner this year.
Also, Preakness Stakes 2019 superstar War of Will is another returnee this year for the Breeder’s Cup. McKinzie, which leads the poll of the most famous horse racer to bet for the Breeders’ Cup, will also appear in the competition. Indeed, this year’s race for the Breeders will come as a rematch of the most famous horse racers on earth.
Aside from the horse racers that will grace the Breeders this year, the racing categories that the series will provide come with different betting games that will excite all sports bettors. Each of the Breeders’ competing categories features betting games that offer a great number of prizes, including the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint Odds category.
There are fourteen Breeders’ Cup racing events everyone should look forward to in betting. That said, let’s get to familiarize them one by one and see which horse racer tops the list for each category.
Juvenile Turf (Presented by Coolmore America)
Juvenile Turf is attended by two-year-old horse racers, which will all compete in a turf surface. All of the entries will compete in a mile running distance with a prize purse of $1 million. Brad Cox’s Andesite tops the list for this category, who was the second placer in the Pilgrim Stakes.
It is one of the significant events in the Breeders’ Cup 2019 that’s attended by three-year-old thoroughbreds and older. Each of them will run in a grass course with a distance of 1.5 miles. Code of Honor is the top racer to bet for this category.
It is a flat-racing event where three-year-old colts and up are qualified to join the event. The purse prize can reach up to $2 million, and racers will compete in a mile running distance. Carla Gaines’ Bolo tops the list for this category.
It is attended by colts and gelding under a two-year-old age. The running distance measures around 1 1/16 miles. Anneau D’Or, which is Blaine Wright’s entry, is on the top spot for this category.
It’s a 1 ½ mile running distance for the Breeders’ Cup Series this year. It is one of the major events that offer around $4 million prizes. Acclimate tops the list for Longines Turf.
Big Ass Fans Dirt Mile
It’s a one-mile running dirt track distance to compete where three-year-old thoroughbreds can only partake. Kim Young Wan’s Blue Chipper claims the top spot to bet for this group.
It’s a flat-racing event in Breeders where three-year-old thoroughbreds and up will compete in 6 ½ furlongs running distance. Peter Miller’s Belvoir Bay is the best racer to bet this category.
The three-year-old colts and up will compete for a $2 million prize running a 6-furlong track distance. John Sadler’s Catalina Cruiser is on the top spot for the most famous horse racer to bet for this category.
It is attended by three-year-old horse racers that are fillies and mares. They will all compete for the $2 million prizes. Blue Prize, which is trained by Ignacio Correas, tops this category.
Completing the list of fourteen races for the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Series includes Maker’s Mark Filly & Mare Turf topped by Billesdon Brook. Juvenile Fillies is also included with Bast as the best horse entry to bet.
Also, Filly & Mare Sprint is something to look forward to with Bellafina as the most valued horse racer to wage. Juvenile Fillies Turf and Juvenile Turf Sprint complete the whole 2019 Breeders’ Cup Series.