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2007 Breeders' Cup Classic at Monmouth Park, October 26th and 27th.

The 2007 Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championship is being held in Oceanport, New Jersey's Monmouth Park Racetrack. This will be the first time that Monmouth will be hosting the event. More 2007 Breeders Cup Information Click Here!

Bet Breeders Cup 2005 - Breeders Cup Odds

Belmont Park will host the 22nd Breeders’ Cup World Thoroughbred Championships on Oct. 29. It will be the fourth time since 1990 that the Greatest Day in Horse Racing will be staged at the New York track.

The Breeders' Cup Championship is non-stop action from the moment the horses step onto the track for the first race, the Distaff, until the garland is draped across the shoulders of the Classic winner at dusk. Heart stopping finishes, stunning upsets, international glamour, old-fashioned fun The Breeders' Cup Championship has it all.

The Breeders' Cup Championship has provided racing with some of its finest moments, like the great Cigarending his perfect 1995 season with a thrilling victory in the Breeders' Cup Classic.

One of The Breeders Cup most exciting elements is the intense rivalry between North American and European contenders.

In almost every race, national pride is on the line. Dozens of European horses board cargo planes each fall and cross the Atlantic in search of the Breeders' Cup's rich spoils. Their success in many of these races has ensured that foreign horses keep coming back. Owners and trainers from England, Ireland, France, Japan and Germany now circle the Breeders' Cup Championship on their calendars and plan their horses' schedules accordingly.

The Breeders' Cup Championship has redefined the racing calendar, by becoming the season ending goal for the best horses and given the sport a championship event much like the World Series or the Super Bowl. Most divisional champions crowned since 1984 have participated in a Breeders' Cup race.

In addition to the Classic, the other races are the Juvenile and the Juvenile Fillies, the Distaff
and the Filly & Mare Turf for females ages three and up; the Sprint, the Mile, and the Turf. The latter three are open to horses of both sexes, as is the Classic.

Belmont is known as one of the most gorgeous and accommodating racecourses in the world. Along with Saratoga, Churchill Downs in Louisville, and Del Mar and Santa Anita racecourses in California, Belmont is considered one of the elite racetracks in the sport. Belmont Park is often called one of the best-landscaped venues in American sports. especially because of the stately backyard park behind the grandstand, which includes the paddock in which the horses are saddled before each race. The backyard and backstretch are notable for their huge, attractive trees and landscaping, and the infield is dominated by two picturesque lakes.

Belmont is known as The Championship Track because most every major champion in racing history since the early 20th century has competed on the racecourse, including each of the 11 Triple Crown winners. It's the Superbowl Game of Thoroughbred racing, only better. Eight times better. It's the Breeders' Cup Championship, a multi-million dollar extravaganza that brings together the world's best horses to compete in eight sensational races.

Currently, there are eight races on the Breeders' Cup card, all classified as Grade I races. The races are listed below in their order on the 2005 race card, the order of the first five listed races varies from year to year, but the 'Juvenile', 'Turf', and 'Classic' are traditionally the last three races. All races, unless otherwise indicated, are for any horse, regardless of sex, 3 years old and up, and are held on a dirt track.

Breeders' Cup Distaff:

A 1 1/8-mile race for fillies and mares, 3 years old and up. Current purse is $2 million.
Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies: A 1 1/16-mile race for 2-year-old fillies. Current purse is $1 million.
Breeders' Cup Mile: A 1-mile race on grass. Current purse is $1.5 million.
Breeders' Cup Sprint: A 3/4-mile race. Current purse is $1 million.
Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf: A 1 3/8-mile race on grass for fillies and mares, 3 years old and up. Current purse is $1 million.
Breeders' Cup Juvenile: A 1 1/16-mile race for 2-year-old colts and geldings. Current purse is $1.5 million.
Breeders' Cup Turf: A 1 1/2-mile race on grass. Current purse is $2 million.
Breeders' Cup Classic: A 1 1/4-mile race. Current purse is $4 million.

Past Breeder´s Cup Information & Results

2007 Breeders Cup horse racing results
2006 Breeders Cup information & results
2005 Breeders Cup classic horse racing results
2004 Breeders Cup information & results

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Types of Breeders' Cup Classic Bets

Win, Place and Show
Win: You win if your horse finishes first.
Place: You win if your horse finishes either first or second.
Show: You win if your horse finishes either first, second or third.

The easiest bet to win is a show bet. If your selection finishes third or better, you win. The Pick 6, requiring the bettor to select six consecutive winners in as many races, or the Superfecta, requiring the bettor to select the correct 1-2-3-4 order of finish in a given race, are the most difficult. The higher the risk, the greater the payoff.

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Exacta: Selecting the two horses to finish first and second in exact order.
Quinella: Selecting the two horses to finish first and second in either order.
Daily Double: Selecting the winners of two designated (consecutive) races.

Horse bets must be placed before the running of the first of the two races. The Daily Double is generally offered on the day's first two and last two races.

Skytower racebook offers Breeders Cup horse racing odds online for all your horse racing needs. Every effort is made to ensure that the betting odds are correct, it is your responsibility to check before you place a bet.

Breeders Cup Betting Information:

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Triple crown race 2008 dates and event locations

5/3/2020 - Kentucky Derby - Churchill Downs

5/17/2008 - Preakness Stakes - Pimlico

6/7/2020 - Belmont Stakes - Belmont Park

10/24/2008 - Breeders Cup -MONMOUTH PARK

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