2015 Breeders’ Cup Betting Odds

  • by Andrew Scofield
  • October 27th, 2015
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Breeders' Cup Classic Odds to WinThe 2015 31st edition of the prestigious horse racing event, The Breeders’ Cup, is finally here and online betting horseracing fans can’t sit still. We are all waiting eagerly to lay some action on all the 13 different races that will take place in the course of two days at the historic Keeneland in Lexington, KY.

This year’s Breeders’ Cup will have a total of $24.5 million in purse money, and you can get a piece of that action of all the thirteen exciting races that we are going to have. But first, to be prepared for the races, we bring you a brief glimpse of what can be expected from the races this coming weekend. If you are not able to make it to Kentucky, do not worry as you will be able to lay your bets online and we have got the scoop for you to come out the winner this weekend. This is our first part of the review of the 31st Breeders’ Cup.

The Breeder’s cup will start off with the Juvenile Turf race. A grade one, 2 year-olds, 1 mile race that appears to be a tough to predict race. Considering that several horses have a good solid chance of stealing the race, we like Cajun Shill to make an impression on this race. Online betting horseracing fans can pick and choose their favorite horse on this race.

For the Dirt mile, things appear to narrow down a lot more. A Grade One, 3+ year-olds, 1 mile race, you can expect this race to come down to two or three possible leaders. The horses you need to keep an eye on are Private Zone and Liam’s Map. Also, it is worth pointing out that Tapiture has never finished off the board at this distance and was second last year in this event.

For the Juvenile Fillies Turf race, a Grade One, 2 year-olds, 1 mile race, it seems that this race as one strong favorite to win it all. Catch a Glimpse comes from good lineage and it has been trained by Mark Casse, one of Ocala’s favourite sons. Besides her, Harmonize appears to be taking a prize as well in this race.

For Friday’s final race, Longines Distaff (Grade One, 3+ year-olds, 1 mile 1 furlong), it will come down to if Beholder will race, because if that were the case, then it’s pretty much a done deal. It is expected to see Beholder to race on the Classic on Saturday, if that were the case online betting fans should expect that Sheer Drama will edge out a win over Wedding Toast. But that will only happen if Beholder is there or not.

Complete 2015 Breeders’ Cup Classic odds:

Breeders' Cup Classic Odds to Win