Every sport has a definitive year-ending event to crown its champions. In Thoroughbred racing, the Breeders’ Cup World Championships is the culmination of the horse racing season worldwide and the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic is the defining event of the international racing season. The Breeders’ Cup is the richest two days in thoroughbred racing and all of sports for that matter, with $28 million in purses allocated over the two day carnival.
The Breeders cup attracts the very best in Thoroughbreds from all across the globe, with a unique win and you’re in and points platform that allocates entries to pre qualified and restricted horses. It’s a spectacle not to be missed, and we’ve previewed every race down to every runner!


Breeders’ Cup Classic, $6 million, 1 1/4 miles, 3-year-olds and up

California ChromeArt ShermanRanked as the best horse in the world and has demonstrated why in his biggest assignments this year8-5
ArrogateBob BaffertHis Travers win was explosive in terms of final time and win margin; trained to this to avoid a bounce4-1
FrostedKiaran McLaughlinHis Belmont Stakes and Kentucky Derby efforts last year say 1 1/4 miles is no problem; odd ride in last8-1
FoundAidan O’BrienA tremendous filly, but this would be her dirt debut and third start in a major race in the last five weeks10-1
Highland ReelAidan O’BrienThe Turf is his first preference; game second to Found in the Arc, this also would be his first dirt start12-1
HoppertunityBob BaffertSnared a rich prize in the Jockey Club Gold Cup most recently, but has never been as good as the very best15-1
MelatoninDavid HofmansHas two Grade 1, 10-furlong scores over the track this year; was ill, comes into this off four-month layoff15-1
EffinexJimmy JerkensA decided cut below, though he does pop up with an occasional big try, like his second in this last year20-1
Keen IceTodd PletcherNot only does he require a total pace meltdown, he also needs a handful of others to not show up20-1
NyquistDoug O’NeillAgree with the notion that he hasn’t been the same since being cooked in that Preakness speed duel20-1
Shaman GhostJimmy JerkensThanks to an overconfident ride given to Frosted, he prevailed in a blanket Woodward finish with Lasix added20-1
Gun RunnerSteve AsmussenGround loss probably cost him the win in the Pennsylvania Derby; this is an infinitely tougher spot30-1
Win the SpaceGeorge PapaprodromouWasn’t in the same ballpark with California Chrome in his last three, not expecting that to change30-1
War StoryMiguel PenalozaOnly win the last two years came in an allowance race at Thistledown; yeah, sure, he fits in this spot50-1

Breeders’ Cup Distaff, $2 million, 1 1/8 miles, fillies and mares 3-years-old and up

SongbirdJerry HollendorferUndefeated champion, BC Juvenile Fillies winner 2015, likely to set pace in first start versus older, 3-year-olds have won 10 BC Distaffs2-1
BeholderRichard MandellaThree-time champion, two-time BC winner prefers to stalk, third consecutive loss earned one of career-best figs5-2
Stellar WindJohn SadlerChampion 3-year-old filly of 2015, light 2016 campaign plus aggressive strategy produced successive Grade 1 upsets versus Beholder3-1
CuralinaTodd PletcherRuns best fresh, two romps this year followed layoffs, big works first two months, Filly and Mare Sprint is second preference6-1
I’m a ChatterboxLarry JonesCrossed the wire first in four Grade 1’s, strategical miscue in Grade 1 at Saratoga two back?, confidence-building romp versus modest foes in last10-1
Forever UnbridledDallas StewartTwo-time Grade 1 winner this year relegated to longshot status in tough race, Midwest filly scheduled to ship to California on Friday10-1
Carina MiaBill MottRunner-up twice to Songbird, would apply pace pressure if she starts, has Filly and Mare Sprint listed as first preference15-1
Land Over SeaDoug O’NeillRunner-up in Kentucky Oaks, off the board in three starts since, affinity for Santa Anita, connections never shy to roll dice30-1
Corona Del IncaGuillermo FrenkelArgentina WAYI upset in May was validated when runner-up returned to romp in Group 1, connections won 2012 BC Marathon30-1

Breeders’ Cup Turf, $4 million, 1 1/2 mile turf, 3-year-olds and up

FlintshireChad BrownVictim of a surprising upset in the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic on yielding ground he disliked; expect a rebound at Santa Anita5-2
FoundAidan O’BrienWon this last year and won the Arc last month; this would be her third start in five weeks, however7-2
Highland ReelAidan O’BrienWorld traveler runs well far more often than not and is a contender off his second to Found in the Arc5-1
EctotTodd PletcherHe upset Flintshire in the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic and though the footing was a significant factor, he still ran quite well10-1
Seventh HeavenAidan O’BrienDid not run back last time to her big win over Found two back; Filly and Mare Turf was named her first choice12-1
EruptFrancis-Henri GraffardBeat a weaker group in the Canadian International and must improve to contend with the top ones15-1
MondialisteDavid O’MearaHas been effective in North America, but has given no sign he’ll handle 12 furlongs; Mile first choice15-1
AshleyluvssugarPeter EurtonNarrowly got the best of much softer company winning the last two turf distance stakes in California20-1
Da Big HossMike MakerAdmirable veteran looking for his fifth straight and is in career form, but still needs a big step forward20-1
Money MultiplierChad BrownWas an excellent second to Flintshire two back and maybe he didn’t like off turf in Joe Hirsch Turf Classic; intriguing20-1
UlyssesMichael StouteLightly raced European doesn’t class up on paper, but because of his trainer, he still merits respect20-1
MetabossPhil D’AmatoHas morphed into a crazy late-finisher; it remains to be seen if he can duplicate his kick at this level30-1
Pretty PerfectAidan O’BrienBacked by a top barn, but is a big cut below Group 1 level in Europe; Filly and Mare Turf is her first preference30-1
Twilight EclipseTom AlbertraniAdmirable veteran was third in this race at Santa Anita in 2014; he’s 7 now, though, and has lost a few steps30-1
Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):
Texas RyanoCarla GainesSecond to Ashleyluvssugar in the John Henry blanket finish; that was his best yet, but he must do even better30-1
RalisDoug O’NeillHas been doing better since switching to grass, but this is an unlikely spot to get one’s first turf win50-1
Win the SpaceGeorge PapaprodromouOnly has a maiden win on turf; Classic is his first preference, he’s in very deep in either spot, though50-1


Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf, $2 million, 1 1/4 mile turf, fillies and mares 3 & up

Lady EliChad BrownShe’s a remarkable story, made all the better by a Flower Bowl victory that makes her a top win threat3-1
Seventh HeavenAidan O’BrienWas as dull last time out at Ascot as she was terrific beating BC Turf and Arc winner Found two back7-2
Alice SpringsAidan O’BrienBoasts three Group 1 scores from her last four starts, all at one mile; indeed, Mile is her first preference6-1
Sea CalisiChad BrownNo match for Lady Eli when third in the Flower Bowl, but was coming off a two-month break that day8-1
Sentiero ItaliaKiaran McLaughlinVery game finishing second to Lady Eli in the Flower Bowl, although she controlled a comfortable pace12-1
Al’s GalMike MakerHas gone from a $35,000 claimer to a Grade 1 stakes winner, but must improve more to contend here15-1
Catch a GlimpseMark CasseOne time top 3-year-old grass filly flopped in the QE II; can do better, but might not be good enough here15-1
Photo CallTodd PletcherIn and outer upset Tepin in the First Lady at a mile, which is likely why the Mile is her first preference15-1
Queen’s TrustMichael StouteHas picked up minor shares in Group 1’s in her last three starts, but without really threatening to win15-1
AvengeRichard MandellaShe’s vastly improved, though the Rodeo Drive she won at distance over course was not a strong race20-1
ZipessaMichael StidhamIn career form, but the Rodeo Drive she was second in wasn’t a tough spot; distance also is a question20-1
Nuovo RecordMakoto SaitoJapanese mare has that one race four starts ago last December that would put her in the picture here30-1
Ryans CharmArmando FillipuzziPeruvian star will be meeting much, much tougher in her U.S. debut, and off a June layoff to boot30-1
SpectreMarkus MunchSurprising second in a French Group 1 last time was her best yet; distance a question; Mile her first choice30-1
Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):
Pretty PerfectAidan O’BrienOff her European form, the Group 2 level appears to be her ceiling right now, so she must improve20-1
KitcatSebastian SilvaHas a right to improve off her recent U.S. bow off a layoff; that said, Chilean filly looks in over her head30-1

Breeders’ Cup Mile, $2 million, one mile turf, 3-year-olds and up

TepinMark CasseDefending Mile winner wasn’t emptied out at Keeneland, but that’s two so-so races from her since England4-1
IronicusShug McGaugheyJust missed in Shadwell Mile in first start in four months and figures to only improve on that big effort9-2
Alice SpringsAidan O’BrienShe is a 3-year-old filly facing elders and males but comes off two straight Group 1 wins for top outfit5-1
Midnight StormPhil D’AmatoLooking for his fourth straight stakes score; horses he has beaten recently have since run very well8-1
LimatoHenry CandyWinner of two Group 1 sprints this year, but wonder who he’s beaten, and a mile is a stretch for him10-1
Miss Temple CityGraham MotionHas won two Grade 1’s this year over males all while avoiding Tepin; the time for avoiding Tepin is over10-1
TouristBill MottHe doesn’t have the speed he used to, often a sign of decline, but not with him; recent form is solid12-1
MondialisteDavid O’MearaBeat a suspect field in the Arlington Million and had no real excuse when fourth in Shadwell at his best distance15-1
What A ViewKenneth BlackHad bad post in Shadwell and was coming off a six-month absence; can improve a lot, he’ll have to15-1
Dutch ConnectionCharles HillsIt has been 15 months since he was effective at the Group 1 level, and his recent form also is spotty20-1
Photo CallTodd PletcherShocked Tepin in the First Lady most recently with a bold, front-running gambit; let’s see that again20-1
SpectreMarkus MunchDespite on the board finishes in two Group 1’s in France this year, it doesn’t really look like she classes up20-1
KitcatSebastian SilvaChilean filly ran okay, but not nearly good enough for this, in U.S. debut; Filly and Mare Turf is her first choice30-1
Ring WeekendGraham MotionHis best efforts this year were against weaker company; doesn’t look good enough for the best here30-1
Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):
Cougar MountainAidan O’BrienIt seems established now that he’s a Group 2 horse, and no higher; doesn’t appear good enough30-1
Home of The BraveHugo PalmerHas been razor sharp all year, but against decidedly softer company than he would face in this event20-1
VyjackPhil D’AmatoWon the local prep for this with a very favorable pace setup, but he might get a similar setup again15-1
KararFrancis-Henri GraffardWas a surprising and soundly beaten second to Limato most recently; not sure he wants to go a mile20-1
OmDan HendricksNothing wrong with his efforts in narrow defeats in his last two; must raise his game now, however20-1
ObviouslyPhil D’AmatoCan’t help but like this speedy veteran, but even at his best, he was never quite Breeders’ Cup good15-1
SuedoisDavid O’MearaSports respectable Euro form, but last 24 starts were in races shorter than a mile; Turf Sprint his first choice20-1
LatharnachCharlie ApplebyGot the job done in his recent return from a long absence and has some interesting back form20-1
Hit It a BombAidan O’BrienWinner of last year’s BC Juvenile Turf has struggled this year; must turn it around quickly to contend30-1

Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, $1 million, one mile, 3-year-olds and up

DortmundBob BaffertMassive chestnut welcomes class relief after chasing California Chrome in last three, versatile style, legit favorite8-5
RunhappyLaura Wohlers2015 BC Sprint winner will try to carry speed one mile around two turns, needed recent comeback, can improve4-1
Gun RunnerSteve AsmussenConsistent 3-year-old millionaire in the money in every start on a fast track, appealing upward pattern commands utmost respect4-1
VyjackPhil D’AmatoEarned $1 million of $1.3 million total on dirt, yet possibly more effective on turf, first preference is BC Mile10-1
TamarkuzKiaran McLaughlinEast Coast figs say contender, though two turns represents challenge for one-turn/1 1/2-turn specialist10-1
AccelerateJohn SadlerImproving 3-year-old overcame impossibly wide trip last out to win third straight in Grade 2 versus dubious Los Al competition15-1
Point PiperJerry HollendorferDeep closer requires pace meltdown, career-best performance was race-shape aided Grade 3 upset at Emerald Downs15-1
Tom’s ReadyDallas StewartMost effective as one-turn closer, was losing ground at the finish in all six starts around two turns20-1
Texas ChromeJ.R. CaldwellHonest Texas-bred 3-year-old has won 8 of 13, closing in on million-dollar mark, yet seems in steep20-1
Midnight StormPhil D’AmatoSurprising pre-entrant considering subpar dirt form, top turf miler first preference BC Mile20-1
War StoryMario Serey Jr.Allowance-caliber gelding would be the stunner of all stunners, overmatched in this race30-1

Breeders’ Cup Sprint, $1.5 million, 6 furlongs, 3-year-olds and up

MasochisticRon EllisWas freakish and very fast in both of his starts this year and comes into this assignment suitably fresh5-2
Lord NelsonBob BaffertMost accomplished this year with three straight Grade 1 wins; last wasn’t fast, but it was off a freshening3-1
A. P. IndianArnaud DelacourEast’s top sprinter finished first in his last five; had to work unexpectedly hard in Phoenix most recently4-1
DrefongBob BaffertImpressed in King’s Bishop win, albeit with soft first quarter; dangerous 3-year-old has every right to improve9-2
Delta BluesmanJorge NavarroWas found wanting against A. P. Indian at Saratoga and seems to be a level or two below the best12-1
JokingCharlton BakerSnagged a big one in Vosburgh, but in the mud at Belmont, both of which he loves; gets neither here12-1
Limousine LiberalBen ColebrookGave A. P. Indian all he wanted in the Phoenix in his first start with blinkers; was that his hole card?12-1
Noholdingback BearMichael De PauloAn honest, hard tryer who is in top form, but was no match for Drefong two back and is in deep here15-1
Mind Your BiscuitsRobert Falcone Jr.Clunk up runner-up to Noholdingback Bear at Parx seems very much out of his element against these20-1

Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint, $1 million, 6 1/2 furlongs turf, 3-year-olds and up

A LotChad BrownHis second to Tourist despite trouble in the Fourstardave was his best race ever; shorter distance suits5-1
Pure SensationChristophe ClementWon the prep for this at Belmont off a three-month layoff; has thrived with his light racing schedule6-1
CelstineBill MottProbably needed the First Lady outing and her Just a Game win two back was huge; a real contender8-1
ObviouslyPhil D’AmatoThis is easier than the Mile, his first choice; he has the speed to withstand the cutback in distance8-1
OmDan HendricksSharp seconds in his last two starts were among his best efforts ever; the Mile is his first preference8-1
Ambitious BrewMarty JonesDownhill specialists have been very strong when this race is run at Santa Anita; he’s a true downhill specialist10-1
Home of The BraveHugo PalmerIs a solid Group 2-level performer; that might well be enough to win this; Mile is his first preference10-1
SuedoisDavid O’MearaFinished fourth or better in four straight Group 1 events, but has not yet won beyond the Group 3 level10-1
KararFrancis-Henri GraffardCan contend with a duplicate of his second in a Group 1 in France last time out; Mile is his first preference12-1
Washington DCAidan O’BrienEuropean finished second in three of his last four, beating a staggering 41 opponents in the process12-1
Mongolian SaturdayEnebish GanbatUpset this race last year over Lady Shipman at Keeneland; snapped a slump recently at Keeneland; this isn’t Keeneland15-1
Catch a GlimpseMark CasseComes off a dud effort and would seem out of her element in this spot; Filly and Mare Turf is her first choice20-1
UndraftedWesley WardWas a close third in this race at Santa Anita in 2014, but his efforts since the summer have been uninspiring20-1
Calgary CatKevin AttardA win in the Nearctic last time says he’s in good form; his good form doesn’t seem quite good enough30-1
Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):
Holy LuteJim CassidyAmbitious Brew won first division of the Eddie D, he won the second, faster division, yet he’s an also-eligible?8-1
Lady ShipmanKiaran McLaughlinDisappointed in first division of Eddie D, her weakest effort in a long time; can she do the downhill?15-1
Green MaskBrad CoxWhen it comes down to it, he doesn’t like to win, though he’s probably better than he looks on paper20-1
Guns LoadedDoug O’NeillWas a creditable third in Holy Lute’s Eddie D off a layoff; can improve, and he is a downhill specialist15-1
MehronissaEd VaughanHer recent form is good, but English-based filly seems in over her head against Grade 1 competition30-1
Successful NativeAubrey MaraghBeat weaker in the Kentucky Downs Turf Sprint most recently; seems a notch below the best here20-1
Full MastBill MottHas disappointed lately in spots he should have performed much better in; big back races still beckon30-1
AcapulcoWesley WardExcellent turf form, but she’s a 3-year-old filly meeting older males and has not raced since middle of May15-1
Prize ExhibitJim CassidyIs a graded stakes winner on the downhill, but her recent form isn’t nearly good enough for this group50-1
HuntPhil D’AmatoSports an excellent career record on the downhill course, but has never beaten the likes of these20-1
ToowindytohaulroxPhil D’AmatoAnother who is well familiar and has run well over the downhill layout; appears a cut or two below20-1
Ready for RyeTom AlbertraniEither he lost his early speed this year, or they took it away from him; either way, it didn’t work out30-1

Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint, $1 million, 7 furlongs, fillies and mares 3-year-olds and up

CuralinaTodd PletcherCross-entered in the Distaff, her first preference, but she can definitely handle the distance cutback here3-1
HaveyougoneawayTom MorleyWon the Ballerina, perhaps the purest prep for this event, and beat several in here in the process5-1
Carina MiaBill MottShe’ll be happy to not have to chase Songbird yet again, but her third in the Ballerina was only okay6-1
By the MoonMichelle NevinNarrowly beaten second in the Ballerina, and a duplicate of that performance makes her a win threat10-1
Tara’s TangoJerry HollendorferNo Stellar Winds or Beholders here, and she won sprinting two starts back; big shot despite light Beyers10-1
Finest CityIan KruljacRan well on turf in last two, but her prior two on dirt, one a sprint, also were quite good; interesting12-1
PaulassilverliningMichelle NevinFlattered the Ballerina form when she came back to win the Gallant Bloom; seems a notch below12-1
Wavell AvenueChad BrownWon this last year, but won’t repeat unless she runs much better than she has just about all this year12-1
GloryzapperPhil D’AmatoWon the L.A. Woman, the local prep for this, but over decidedly weaker opposition; must improve15-1
Paid Up SubscriberAl Stall Jr.Another intriguing proposition off the distance cut back; faced better in the Spinster, Personal Ensign15-1
Irish JasperChad BrownCame up a live rail to win the TCA Stakes, a race that wasn’t tough and wasn’t that fast; an outsider20-1
Living The LifeGary MandellaSynthetic-track speciliast will be seeking her first career win on dirt in what would be her 36th start20-1
Spelling AgainBrad CoxIn here on the basis of her Princess Rooney win four starts back; last three efforts were uninspiring30-1
Paola QueenGustavo DelgadoShocked the world in the Test Stakes at 55-1 and bombed since; must prove that score wasn’t a fluke30-1
Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):
Enchanting LadyBob BaffertHas not been able to break through at the stakes level this year, and her Beyer Speed Figures seem stagnant30-1
GomoDoug O’NeillHas a license to improve on her recent return from a layoff, but has never run fast enough to contend30-1
Wonder GalLeah GyarmatiHer last two victories came at the expense of New York-breds; recent open stakes tries are not strong30-1

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, $2 million, 1 1/16 miles, 2-year old colts

Classic EmpireMark CasseImpressed in Breeders’ Futurity win going a route in what was his first representative start in 3 months9-2
Not This TimeDale RomansWas very much taken with the powerful finishes he displayed winning his last two; believe he’s for real5-1
GormleyJohn ShirreffsWalloped odds-on Klimt in the FrontRunner in just his second start, though with an uncontested lead6-1
Practical JokeChad BrownWon the Hopeful and Champagne in game style, the latter after a bad start; has not gone two turns yet6-1
SyndergaardTodd PletcherRan huge in narrow Champagne defeat after contesting a scorching early pace; also has not routed6-1
KlimtBob BaffertWas farther back early than expected in FrontRunner, but had no excuse otherwise; prior form good8-1
TheoryTodd PletcherThink he was rusty in the Futurity off an unusual layoff; can improve, but is stretching out considerably8-1
Good SamaritanBill MottWon both starts on grass, including the high Beyer Speed Figure Summer, yet this race is his first preference12-1
Lookin At LeeSteve AsmussenSecond to Classic Time and Not This Time in his last two; would seem to require a total pace collapse15-1
Three RulesJose PinchinUnbeaten and untested in all five of his starts, but they were all at Gulfstream over questionable company15-1
Star EmpireWesley WardFinished second to Theory in Futurity because, well, someone had to be second in that five-horse field30-1
Term of ArtDoug O’NeillComes into this off a desperate maiden win in modest time; seems seriously overmatched here30-1

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf, $1 million, 1 mile, 2-yo colts

Good SamaritanBill MottCircled field and toyed with foes in Grade 2 at Woodbine, packs powerful kick, 2 for 2 with room to improve, star in making9-2
Oscar PerformanceBrian LynchBack-to-back blowouts setting slow pace, likelihood of faster pace poses new challenge, good colt may be up to it5-1
Intelligence CrossAidan O’BrienDominant European trainer has won 3 of the last 5 Juvenile Turfs, horses prepping in Europe have won 7 of 9, intriguing Group 3 shipper6-1
Lancaster BomberAidan O’BrienGroup-1 placed European shipper, War Front colt is sibling to multiple Group 1-winning turf miler Excelebration, fits here6-1
Big ScoreTim YakteenEarned highest turf Beyer (85) of year by 2-year-old male in United States while dominating local stakes on lightning-fast Santa Anita turf8-1
Made You LookTodd PletcherGrade 2 winner off since August, trainer won two BC Friday races last fall skipping final preps, second dam is Serena’s Song10-1
Keep QuietMark CasseAfter finishing second to Made You Look in Grade 2 at Saratoga, he returned with workmanlike victory in Grade 3 at Keeneland12-1
TiconderogaChad BrownTough trip last out: broke slow, throttled in traffic, lost ground into lane, narrowed gap, remains work in progress12-1
Bowies HeroPhil D’AmatoBombed in local prep, with an alibi: foot issue caused interruption in training schedule, first two wins impressive15-1
WellabledLarry RivelliFast colt is 3 for 4 in sprints, stretches out as likely pacesetter, dam is sibling to San Juan Capistrano marathon winner15-1
PleaseletmewinRalph BeckettWould be wheeling back in 13 days after Group 3 upset in England, trainer won 2008 BC Marathon with Muhannak20-1
Channel MakerDaniel VellaNo match for Good Samaritan at Woodbine, each start has been better than the one before based on speed figures20-1
Favorable OutcomeChad BrownLone pre-entrant with zero turf experience, sibling to local sprint stakes winner Bellamentary was third in Champagne20-1
RodainiSimon CrisfordFour-race win streak in minor races in England came to an end when tried in Group 3, finished ninth with tough trip30-1

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, $2 million, 1 1/16 miles, 2-year-old fillies

Union StrikeCraig DollasePossible favorite off Del Mar Debutante win, but passed her two-turn prep and now races for a new barn9-2
Noted and QuotedBob BaffertNo match for top one in Debutante, but she really improved winning Chandelier going long over track5-1
American GalBob BaffertWon her first two starts with style, but sprinting against much lesser and not all that fast, either6-1
With HonorsKeith DesormeauxGame in close second in Chandelier after winning first two on turf; Juvenile Fillies Turf is her first choice6-1
ValadornaMark CasseHumbled only maidens most recently, but looked good doing it going long at Keeneland; should only improve10-1
Yellow AgateChristophe ClementJust got up to win Frizette in modest time, but feel she can do better; this will also be her route debut10-1
Daddys Lil DarlingKen McPeekForm looks okay with a win in the Pocahontas, a second in the Alcibiades; they were slow races though12-1
Dancing RagsGraham MotionTook a step forward with Lasix in upsetting the Alcibiades, but the Beyer Speed Figure she earned was weak12-1
Sweet LorettaTodd PletcherMade it 3 for 3 with a shared win in Spinaway; purposely trained up to this, her first two-turn outing12-1
Jamyson ‘n GingerRudy RodriguezEarned a Beyer so huge in maiden win at Belmont that it begs skepticism, especially since it was in slop15-1
New Money HoneyChad BrownGot maiden win in Miss Grillo on yielding turf; would be dirt debut; Juvenile Fillies Turf first preference15-1
Champagne RoomPeter EurtonSoundly beaten fourth in the Chandelier and doesn’t appear to be progressing the way you’d want20-1
Colorful CharadesRudy RodriguezWas a distant third of six in the Frizette; must take a massive leap forward to contend in this race30-1

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf, $1 million, 1 mile (T), 2-year old fillies

IntricatelyJoseph O’BrienIreland upset was first Group 1 win for trainer Joseph O’Brien, age 23; former jockey won BC Turf on St. Nicholas Abbey at 185-1
HydrangeaAidan O’BrienRunner-up three times in prestigious races Europe, trainer won 10 Breeders’ Cup races, father of Intricately trainer6-1
Spain BurgKathy RitvoWon 4 of 5 in Europe, including WAYI, subsequently sold for more than $1.6 million, will be making U.S. debut6-1
La CoronelMark CasseFollowed Saratoga romp versus good maiden field with Grade 3 stakes romp at Keeneland, would be first Jessamine winner to win race8-1
Roly PolyAidan O’BrienUpward pattern all season in Europe, runner-up in a Group 1, War Front filly produced by multiple Grade 1 winner Misty For Me8-1
Promise To Be TrueAidan O’BrienWas crushed by Intricately when the even-money favorite two back, bounced back with a fine second in a French Group 110-1
Miss Southern MissKeith DesormeauxCalifornia filly among the most impressive turf winners at Santa Anita this fall, gets stiff class test, might be this good, like her a lot10-1
Victory to VictoryMark CasseBlitzed 13 foes in Grade 1 Natalma at Woodbine, same race produced 2015 Juvenile Fillies Turf winner Catch a Glimpse for same trainer, jockey12-1
New Money HoneyChad BrownRunner-up to La Coronel in debut, won Grade 3 Miss Grillo next, trainer won Juvenile Fillies Turf twice with Grillo winners, including Lady Eli12-1
With HonorsKeith Desormeaux2 for 2 on turf, runner-up in modest Grade 1 on dirt last time, expected to stay on dirt for BC Juvenile Fillies15-1
Cavale DoreeChristophe FerlandOwner put up $100K to make French Group 3 winner eligible, compromised by speed bias last out, so goes the story15-1
LullChristophe ClementDistant runner-up in Grade 3 Jessamine, improving form, top trainer seeking first Breeders’ Cup win, 29-0-5-3 BC record15-1
CoastedLeah GyarmatiNo match for New Money Honey while a distant third in first try against graded company, yielding ground a possible alibi20-1
RymskaChad BrownRunner-up in Miss Grillo in U.S. debut, finished in front of Coasted, European form appears rather nondescript20-1



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