Betting Tips

Breeders Cup Predictions #2

The only change in this weeks predictions is in the Juvenile Sprint.

Classic: Game On Dude – He remains my pick this week, and I love the jockey change to Bejarano.

Ladies Classic: Questing – We’ll see her this week in the Cotillion Stakes at Parx, where she may go up against My Miss Aurelia.

Mile: Wise Dan – Dominating performance in the Woodbine Mile, next stop…Breeders Cup Turf Mile.

Turf: St. Nicholas Abbey – You would think the defending champion will be pointed here.

Juvenile: Know More – Really impressed with his second place effort at Del Mar last time out.  Felt like he was the best horse.

Dirt Mile: Rail Trip – This was the hardest one to pick out of them all.  The race looks wide open.

Turf Sprint: Caracortado – Just a shot in the dark here.  He’s working out pretty well, and might be ready to return and run big at the right time.

Sprint: Amazombie – I really want to pick a long shot here, but just can’t go against Amazombie.

Filly and Mare Sprint: It’s Tricky – I think she might be at her very best when sprinting.  She’ll probably end up in the Ladies Classic, but if she ends up in this spot I think she dominates.

Juvenile Turf: Brown Almighty – It looks like he’s heading for a rematch with Java’s War in the Bourbon Stakes at Keeneland.  That race will tell us a lot.  I felt like Brown Almighty got a very suspect ride in his last race.

Filly and Mare Turf: Zagora – Her performance at the Spa last time out was really strong.

Juvenile Filly: Executiveprivilege – She’s still my top choice, even though Dreaming of Julia looks awfully tough as well.  This is a very deep division, but you have to love the consistency and class Executiveprivilege has shown.

Juvenile Filly Turf: Speedinthruthecity – Really like her last race as a felt like she got the worst of the trips in her third place effort last time out.

Marathon: Redeemed – Easy choice for me at this point.

Juvenile Sprint: Carried Interest – If they can get him 100% healthy, he could be a force.  His maiden win was one of the more impressive ones I’ve seen this year.

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