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Breeders' Cup 2011 pre-entries, odds

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 Get Advanced PPs »

Odds and comments by Mike Watchmaker. Horses listed in order of handicapper's preference.

Classic »

Purse: $5 million, 1 1/4 miles

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
So You Think A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Had a terrific season in Europe, and connections feel he will handle the dirt 10-1
Havre de Grace L. Jones 105, 111, 106 Filly is having an outstanding campaign, already beat males two starts back 4-1
Flat Out C. Dickey 107, 109, 106 People are thinking he's only a Belmont Park horse; he can run big anywhere 8-1
Uncle Mo T. Pletcher 118, 106, 92 Brilliant when on his game, but I think this distance might be too far for him 3-1
To Honor and Serve W. Mott 104, 102, 84 Always had huge potential, but this is the toughest assignment of his life 12-1
Stay Thirsty T. Pletcher 103, 101, 106 I believe this one is better at Saratoga than elsewhere, but he has improved 8-1
Game On Dude B. Baffert 102, 98, 106 Although he is game and almost always fires, he has never been this good 15-1
Await the Dawn A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Lightly-raced colt disappointed in Gr. 1 debut last time; Turf is first preference 15-1
Ruler On Ice K. Breen 101, 95, 92 Decent effort when second most recently; can be along late for a tiny share 20-1
Gio Ponti C. Clement 100, 97, 101 This is surprisingly his first preference; much better suited to the Mile 12-1
Rattlesnake Bridge K. McLaughlin 95, 99, 91 Has potential, but if he won this, it would be his first graded stakes victory 20-1
Drosselmeyer W. Mott 104, 82, 91 Should have stuck with the Marathon despite his surprising second last time 20-1
Prayer for Relief B. Baffert 94, 98, 97 Nice, steady colt would have to fashion a big breakthrough to contend here 20-1
Headache M. Maker 99, 99, 100 Consistent Grade 2-3 type is in way over his head against the best in this spot 30-1

Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):

Ice Box N. Zito 90, 84, 90 His form since last year's Derby is poor, and he is a rank outsider in this race 50-1

Mile »

Purse: $2 million, 1 mile, turf

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Byword A. Fabre n/a, n/a, n/a Form seems a cut below, but he beat a next out Gr. 1 winner in last; upsetter 15-1
Goldikova F. Head n/a, n/a, n/a Great mare is going for her fourth straight Mile; she's lost a step, however 5-2
Gio Ponti C. Clement 100, 97, 101 Second to Goldikova in this last year; surprised Classic is his first preference 5-1
Strong Suit R. Hannon n/a, n/a, n/a Currently in sharp Gr. 2 form, but he might prefer a slightly shorter distance 10-1
Courageous Cat W. Mott 101, 103, 103 Second to Goldikova in this in '09 and his form this year is solid; contender 6-1
Turallure C. Lopresti 102, 103, 93 Comes into this in career best form; question if he can kick with Euros late 8-1
Mr. Commons J. Shirreffs 106, 98, 92 Has had tough trips, but is good, and is improving; has a bit of a shot here 12-1
Jeranimo M. Pender 108, 89, 99 Got a big Beyer winning his last; he'd have to duplicate it off this class jump 20-1
Get Stormy T. Bush 99, 98, 93 Improved second to Gio Ponti in last; needs a giant step forward to threaten 15-1
Sidney's Candy T. Pletcher 97, 76, 100 Prefers this to the Dirt Mile; handles dirt, but is more accomplished on grass 15-1
Zoffany A. O'Brien 72, n/a, n/a Didn't run a step in his U.S. debut last time; his second straight dull effort 15-1
Compliance Officer B. Brown 97, 96, 93 It was either this or Claiming Crown for streaking NY bred; interesting choice 20-1
Court Vision D. Romans 96, 87, 85 Even when he's at his best, he tends to hang, and he's not at his best now 20-1

Juvenile »

Purse: $2 million, 1 1/16 miles

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Union Rags M. Matz 92, 95, 66 Most impressive winning the Champagne and should route; the one to beat 3-1
Creative Cause M. Harrington 84, 88, 88 Clear win in Norfolk, the only major two-turn dirt prep, albeit with easy trip 5-1
Drill B. Baffert 78, 90, 76 No match for Creative Cause in Norfolk with no real excuse; must improve 6-1
Dullahan D. Romans 85, 76, 73 Closer got maiden win in Poly Breeders' Futurity; Juvenile Turf is first choice 8-1
Hansen M. Maker 80, 89 Don't know how good he is, but he set a wicked pace at TP, and still romped 12-1
Daddy Long Legs A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Strong Group 2 score in his last and his pedigree suggest he will take to dirt 12-1
Crusade A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Recently upset a Gr. 1 at Newmarket and also has some dirt in his pedigree 15-1
Majestic City P. Miller 84, 89, 89 Game second to Dullahan at Kee; sprint bred; Juvy Turf is first preference 10-1
Optimizer D. W. Lukas 82, 79, 81 Raced on turf before the Poly Breeders' Fururity; tough spot to make dirt bow 20-1
Alpha K. McLaughlin 82, 84 No match for 'Rags' at Belmont; lots of room to improve, but he'll have to 20-1
Take Charge Indy P. Byrne 78, 85, 84 This will be his dirt debut; wasn't crazy how he gave ground late in last two 15-1
Right to Vote E. Harty 82, 79, 81 Soundly beaten third in Champagne; must raise his game to contend here 30-1
Fort Loudon S. Gold 76, 70, 76 Swept the Florida Stallion Series at Calder, but he hasn't run fast enough yet 20-1
Prospective M. Casse 72, 64, 49 Won a two-turn stakes at WO on Poly; dirt a question and his Beyers are low 20-1

Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):

Sabercat S. Asmussen 75, 76, 55 Got it together going 2 turns on dirt at Mth; needs a big Beyer improvement 30-1
Speightscity G. Contessa 80, 55 Romped in nine furlong maiden race at Saratoga; hasn't been seen since 30-1

Turf »

Purse: $3 million, 1 1/2 miles, turf

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Sea Moon M. Stoute n/a, n/a, n/a His win two back was only in a Gr. 2, but he's dangerous if he duplicates that 6-1
Midday H. Cecil n/a, n/a, n/a Intriguing that this Cup veteran made this her first preference over F&M Turf 9-2
Sarafina A. de Royer-Dupre n/a, n/a, n/a Form prior to her Arc loss was stellar; this is her first preference to F&M Turf 3-1
St Nicholas Abbey A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Seems a half-notch below the best Euros here; not totally out if it, however 6-1
Await the Dawn A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Disappointed in first Gr. 1 attempt last time; has this preferred over Classic 5-1
Dean's Kitten M. Maker 104, 97, 84 Comes into this off the best race of his life, but that was on very deep going 8-1
Winchester C. Clement 69, 100, 95 Didn't handle the deep going last time; this is still an ambitious spot, though 10-1
Teaks North J. Sallusto 93, 100, 96 That he's won two Gr. 1 races this year could win you a bar bet; in deep here 20-1
Brilliant Speed T. Albertrani 92, 90, 89 Back to turf, which is what he does best, but this 3yo is aiming very high here 20-1
Meeznah D. Lanigan n/a, n/a, n/a Group 2-3 type has Marathon as first preference; all of her starts were on turf 20-1
Stately Victor M. Maker 91, 99, 89 His first preference, but he's overmatched, and he prefers synthetic surfaces 30-1

Dirt Mile »

Purse: $1 million, 1 mile

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Uncle Mo T. Pletcher 118, 106, 92 Though he's a natural at a mile and would be hard to beat, he's Classic-bound 9-5
Jackson Bend N. Zito 112, 107, 108 Was up against it pace, speed-bias wise in Kelso, still ran huge; dangerous 5-1
Trappe Shot K. McLaughlin 97, 112, 111 The stretch out in distance suits; just question who he beat in his big victories 10-1
To Honor and Serve W. Mott 104, 102, 84 Would be a bear here off his last start, but his first preference is the Classic 10-1
Wilburn S. Asmussen 103, 99, 95 Rapidly improving 3yo did benefit from a great trip winning Indiana Derby 12-1
The Factor B. Baffert 90, 104, 84 This is his first preference; has talent, didn't like the way he gave way last out 6-1
Caleb's Posse D. Von Hemel 92, 106, 105 Will appreciate the return to one turn; this is his preference over the Sprint 20-1
Rule T. Pletcher 87, 106, 104 This is the distance he has wanted all along; don't know if he's good enough 20-1
Shackleford D. Romans 95, 68, 96 He's 0 for 4 since he upset the Preakness, a win that he must validate now 20-1
Prayer for Relief B. Baffert 94, 98, 97 His first preference is the Classic; nice colt is in deep in either assignment 30-1
Sidney's Candy T. Pletcher 97, 76, 100 First preference is the Mile; that's not an easy spot, but he fits better there 20-1
Aikenite T. Pletcher 93, 100, 99 Sprint is his first preference; hard hitter is a decided cut below the best here 20-1
Jersey Town B. Tagg 97, 100, 90 Crushed in the Kelso; doesn't look nearly good enough in his current form 30-1
Tres Borrachos M. Jones 93, 90, 97 This 'Win and You're In' race winner has never been up to this sort of task 30-1

Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):

Tapizar S. Asmussen 95, 81, 98 Nice comeback win; this is a lot to ask from a colt whose quality is unknown 20-1
Irrefutable B. Baffert 102, 91, 85 Got a favorable pace set up when second in Ancient Title; in over his head 30-1

Turf Sprint »

Purse: $1 million, 5 furlongs, turf

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Caracortado M. Machowsky 98, 98, 102 He's not a turf sprinter, but he has a lot of class; might mow these down late 7-2
Havelock D. Miller 96, 70, 93 Won his last three turf sprint attempts with various running styles; obvious 5-1
Chamberlain Bridge W. B. Calhoun 94, 78, 91 Improved third most recently suggests a return to form; won this last year 8-1
Camp Victory M. Mitchell 88, 100, 104 Excellent main track form before dull turf try in last; has rebound potential 10-1
Regally Ready S. Asmussen 94, 83, 89 Regained top form taking his last at WO; big win over the course last spring 6-1
Broken Dreams T. Proctor 95, 93, 95 Mare is in sharp form and isn't far off Beyer-wise; chance for a piece at a price 15-1
Perfect Officer M. Pino 93, 94, 89 Nothing wrong with his steady form; he just seems a cut below the best here 10-1
California Flag B. Koriner 94, 95, 57 Also recently regained winning form, but he seems at his best in California 10-1
Country Day S. Margolis 91, 83, 91 Although he improved last time, he doesn't show a turf race that can win this 20-1
Great Attack W. Ward 85, 94, 97 Sports some solid efforts, but the competition here runs too deep for him 20-1
Hoofit H. G. Motion 93, 82, n/a Upset the Phoenix on Poly, but his turf record in New Zealand is only so so 15-1
Grand Adventure M. Frostad 88, 92, 88 Requires a wake up call as he seems far removed from his best form 20-1
Holiday for Kitten W. Ward 89, 77, 75 Upset a stakes on her favored Kee Poly last out; in way over her head here 30-1
Rapport R. Werner 81, 91, 81 Has high speed, can improve off long layoff; brutal spot to make her turf bow 20-1

Sprint »

Purse: $1.5 million, 6 furlongs

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Amazombie W. Spawr 104, 100, 99 Sharp now, which makes him dangerous considering questions others have 8-1
Apriority D. Fawkes 78, 99, 100 Would be a legit win threat if able to recapture his fine early-season form 20-1
Jackson Bend N. Zito 112, 107, 108 Dirt Mile is his first preference; he is at his best with more distance than this 9-2
Big Drama D. Fawkes 88, 120, 108 Defending champ sparsely raced in '11, missed final prep; cause for concern 7-2
Trappe Shot K. McLaughlin 97, 112, 111 Compromised by a speed bias in Vosburgh; Dirt Mile is his first preference 10-1
The Factor B. Baffert 90, 104, 84 Disappointed when he folded after a speed duel in last; Dirt Mile first choice 5-1
Euroears B. Baffert 62, 105, n/a Ignore Vosburgh; strong win two back; might be another need-the-lead type 6-1
Caleb's Posse D. Von Hemel 92, 106, 105 Dirt Mile is his first choice; either way, he'll like the cut back to one turn 12-1
Force Freeze P. Walder 103, 101, n/a Good try in the Vosburgh, albeit with the grain of the track; in career form 12-1
Giant Ryan B. Parboo 104, 98, 105 Has won six straight, but his Vosburgh win most recently was bias-aided 12-1
Aikenite T. Pletcher 93, 100, 99 Not sure he's quite good enough, and he's at his best with a bit more distance 20-1
Hamazing Destiny D. W. Lukas 88, 97, 91 Was a surprising second in this last year; his recent form has not been sharp 20-1

Juvenile Turf »

Purse: $1 million, 1 mile, turf

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Daddy Long Legs A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Juvenile is first preference; would be tough here off strong recent Gr. 2 win 6-1
State of Play H. G. Motion 80, 68 Stake he won at Sar got a boost when third finisher won Breeders' Futurity 6-1
Farraaj R. Varian n/a, n/a, n/a Solid English form makes him a logical contender; well bet in every start 10-1
Dullahan D. Romans 85, 76, 73 Breeders' Futurity winner has Juvenile as second pick; like him better here 8-1
Caspar Netscher A. McCabe n/a, n/a, n/a Beaten only a length in a 16 horse Group 1 last time; stretching out; intriguing 10-1
Finale T. Pletcher 81, 77, 79 Perfect in three starts since switching to turf; versatile running style; obvious 5-1
Wrote A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Was an okay third in his first attempt at the group stakes level last time out 15-1
Animal Spirits A. Stall Jr. 79, 68 Took a step forward to win eventful Bourbon; chance with more improvement 12-1
Lucky Chappy H. G. Motion 75, n/a, n/a Gaining third in Bourbon in his U.S. bow; is also moving in the right direction 12-1
Majestic City P. Miller 84, 89, 89 Fine second in Breeders' Futurity; strong synthetic track record says he'll turf 8-1
Learn A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Finished fourth of five in group stakes debut last time; improvement needed 20-1
Shkspeare Shaliyah D. Shivmangal 73, 77, 70 Question if his Pilgrim score was attributable to the extremely deep going 15-1
Coalport W. Catalano 78, 67 Creditable second in the Bourbon; just think several others here are better 20-1
Fantastic Song C. Brown 71, 68 Fair third as the favorite in the Pilgrim; needs a big Beyer boost, however 30-1

Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):

Excaper I. Black 67, 79, 64 Game second to Finale in the Summer; contention here just runs so deep 20-1
Daddy Nose Best S. Asmussen 72, 72, 66 Soundly beaten third to Finale in Summer Stakes; must do better than that 30-1
Gung Ho M. Maker 72, 71, 49 Did win a turf stakes two starts back, but didn't face this sort of company 30-1
Tequila Factor I. Mason 71, 65, 67 Has won two grass stakes, but they were not tough races; overmatched 30-1
Liquidity Trap C. Brown 80, 76, 61 Has but a maiden win to his credit, although he has improved with blinkers 30-1
Two Months Rent J. Toner 70, 63, 70 Modest maiden win in his last; looks decidedly overmatched against these 30-1

Marathon »

Purse: $500,000, 1 3/4 miles

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Cease A. Stall Jr. 98, 99, 102 Lightly-raced gelding emerged after moving to dirt; still has room to improve 5-1
A. U. Miner C. Hanna 102, 97, 84 Finished well when fifth vs. better in JC Gold Cup; placed 3rd in this last year 7-2
Pleasant Prince W. Ward 99, 59, 89 Big winner of an overnight stakes last time; seems the type who'll run all day 8-1
Brigantin A. Fabre n/a, n/a, n/a Third in two Euro Gr. 1's this year going 20 furlongs; dirt is the big question 10-1
Birdrun W. Mott 99, 93, 96 Sixth in JC Gold Cup and like 'Miner,' he should be tougher second off layoff 6-1
Giant Oak C. Block 92, 100, 101 Beaten chalk in this last year; disappointed last time in Hawthorne Gold Cup 6-1
Eldaafer D. Alvarado 86, 95, 90 Won this last year, but was in better form then; form this year is erratic 12-1
Stately Victor M. Maker 91, 99, 89 Turf is first preference; synthetic specialist has never been as good on dirt 12-1
Harrison's Cave A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Has won two of last three, but is far from the best this barn has sent over 20-1
Meeznah D. Lanigan n/a, n/a, n/a Euro filly won a Group 3 at this distance in July; yet another unknown on dirt 15-1
Baryshnikov M. Maker 77, 96, 89 Fine third in turf two starts back, but has never been as effective on dirt 15-1
Afleet Again R. Reid Jr. 81, 80, 80 Finished third behind 'Miner,' Birdrun in Greenwood Cup in July; shaky since 30-1
Tutti Buona Gente M. Lovell 79, 88, 79 Could have been claimed for $10K three back; shooting just a little high here 30-1

Friday, November 4, 2011 Get Advanced PPs »

Odds and comments by Brad Free. Horses listed in order of handicapper's preference.

Ladies' Classic »

Purse: $2,000,000, 1 1/8 miles

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Havre de Grace L. Jones 105,111,106 Top filly takes deserving shot Saturday, first preference BC Classic 8-5
Plum Pretty B. Baffert 108, 83, 96 Kentucky Oaks winner in spring, 108 Beyer in fall, inherits favoritism 2-1
Royal Delta W. Mott 91, 97, 85 Nine furlongs at CD ideal for improving daughter of Empire Maker 7-2
It's Tricky K. McLaughlin 95, 89, 97 Among trio of 3yos expected to dominate, already owns pair of G1's 5-1
Aruna G. Motion 95, 95, 94 Trainer trying to win a big dirt race at Churchill Downs with turf horse 10-1
Pachattack G. Butler 94, 95, 87 Hardly impossible, she runs on all surfaces and enters in top form 10-1
Miss Match N. Drysdale 93, 93, 95 Deep-closing bomber scored G1 upset in March for same connections 12-1
Ultra Blend A. Sherman 94, 94, 95 Consistent and game Calbred always tries hard, might prefer shorter 12-1
Switch J. Sadler 87, 92, 95 This route race not for her, first preference F&M Sprint 12-1
Ask the Moon M. Wolfson 80, 99, 98 Her shining moments were summer at SAR, average elsewhere 20-1
Great Hot A. Avila 82, 91, 91 Best still ahead for improving Brazilian, first preference F&M Sprint 20-1
Super Espresso T. Pletcher 84, 87, 89 Not quite this caliber, taking a shot to pick up a piece 20-1
Champagne d'Oro E. Guillot 87, 81, 82 Her form was better last year at age 3, first prefence F&M Sprint 30-1
Satans Quick Chick J. Odintz 82, 86, 78 Would be an unpredictable shocker by deep-closing mare 30-1
Medaglia d'Amour B. Cecil 83, 88, 85 Ambitiously placed off dull recent, first preference F&M Turf 30-1

Filly & Mare Turf »

Purse: $2,000,000, 1 3/8 miles, turf

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Midday H. Cecil n/a, n/a, n/a UK mare runner-up last year, overseas betting favorite again this year 2-1
Sarafina A. Royer-Dupre n/a, n/a, n/a Bombed in Arc, will try boys again on Saturday, first preference Turf 5-2
Stacelita C. Brown 100, 101, 98 Queen of North America female grass division has won 10 of 17 5-1
Nahrain R. Varian n/a, n/a, n/a Group 1 win in France made it 4-for-4, credentials for this race 6-1
Dubawi Heights S. Callaghan 97, 98, 93 Tactical speed always gets good trip, leader shallow California group 8-1
Announce A. Fabre n/a, n/a, n/a Seasoned G1-caliber mare shipping from France in good form 12-1
Misty For Me A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Miler won half her starts overseas, possibly challenged by distance 12-1
Cozi Rosie J. Sadler 96, 94, 90 Trouble may have cost her victory against Dubawi Heights last out 12-1
Harmonious J. Shirreffs 94, 92, 95 Promised more than delivered in this winless season as 4-year-old 20-1
Aruna G. Motion 95, 95, 94 This is right surface, wrong distance, first preference Ladies' Classic 30-1
Shared Account G. Motion 90, 82, 96 Returned $94 winning this race last year, similar odds this year 30-1
Distorted Legacy A. Penna 96, 83, 85 Second at a big price G1 at BEL, seems outclassed 30-1
Fantasia J. Sheppard 94, 93, 98 Difficult to build a case for G3-caliber mare 30-1
Cambina J. Bonde 92, 93, 92 Occasionally uncorks an impressive turn of foot 30-1

Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):

Dynaslew S. Benzel 93, 92, 76 Slow-pace front-runner/presser will keep grinding, better in 2010? 20-1
Perfect Shirl R. Attfield 97, 86, 93 Has fallen short against easier competition than this 30-1
Medaglia d'Amour B. Cecil 83, 88, 85 Good G3 filly being forced to walk the plank 30-1

Juvenile Fillies »

Purse: $2,000,000, 1 1/16 miles

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Grace Hall A. Dutrow 78, 85, 72 Followed G1 sprint with two-turn crusher, good filly getting better 3-1
My Miss Aurelia S. Asmussen 96, 91, 86 Unbeaten three fast races at one turn, can be gone if gets two turns 5-2
Candrea B. Baffert 85, 85, 75 Ran super pushing quick pace, looms major threat on or near front 5-1
Weemissfrankie P. Eurton 86, 77, 77 Three-for-three in California, opinions vary regarding strength of wins 5-1
Miss Netta K. McLaughlin 79, 74, n/a Gate issues cost her G1 shot, sired by winner of BC Juvenile and Derby 10-1
Say a Novena E. Plesa 76, 78, 72 Good sprinter maxing out her pedigree trying to get two turns 15-1
Rocket Twentyone W. Howard 74, 46 Indian Charlie filly could be better than her numbers, bomber? 15-1
Putthebabiesdown K. McPeek 85, 67, 68 Can't deny upward form cycle, top Kentucky trainer due for BC win 20-1
Questing J. Gosden n/a, n/a, n/a Good Euro shipper enters dirt race that so far has stymied Euros 20-1
Homecoming Queen A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Made 10 starts in Ireland, won twice, taking a shot while razor sharp 30-1
Northern Passion M. Casse 86, 82, 81 WO shipper's form flattered when filly she beat won G1 Alcibiades 30-1
Self Preservation B. Cecil 69, 74, n/a Tough spot based on tiring finish G1 at SA, may prefer turf/synthetic 30-1
Stopshoppingmaria T. Pletcher 86, 101, 78 Will instead test turf pedigree, first preference Juvenile Fillies Turf 10-1
Stephanie's Kitten W. Catalano 88, 79, 74 Posted typical Polytrack upset, first preference Juvenile Fillies Turf 20-1

Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):

Awesome Belle S. Gold 84, 58, 54 Took advantage of paceless race and romped, unlikely scenario again 12-1
Frolic's Revenge M. Wolfson 78, 79, 78 Progress stalled as season and distances have lengthened 30-1
Sky High Lady M. Casse 72, 67 Maiden from WO broke slow both starts, finished well both starts 30-1
Up A. O'Brien 87, 70 Maiden winner from Ireland, first preference Juvenile Fillies Turf 30-1

Filly & Mare Sprint »

Purse: $1,000,000, 7 furlongs

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Turbulent Descent M. Puype 103, 97, 90 Deserving chalk sensational at one turn, this is her first against older 8-5
Switch J. Sadler 87, 92, 95 Seven-furlong beast in winter, raced wide and ran okay KEE tuneup 4-1
Pomeroys Pistol A. Tarrant 98, 95, 95 3-year-old filly continues to improve, crushed older last out BEL G2 5-1
Tanda M. Mitchell 94, 93, 92 Better-than-looked tuneup in fast-pace turf sprint, upset chance 15-1
Irish Gypsy B. Baffert 84, 80, 95 Likely not this caliber except at HOL, but working fast on SA dirt 20-1
Musical Romance W. Kaplan 89, 88, 76 All-surface specialist won G2 on synthetic vs. much easier company 20-1
Great Hot A. Avila 82, 91, 91 Best still ahead for Brazilian import, synth winner actually prefers dirt 20-1
Golden Mystery J. Guerrero 97, 93, 88 Earned lofty speed figures at PRX and MTH, now gets tested for class 20-1
Shotgun Gulch C. Trout 80, 86, 84 Come-from-clouds longshot unlikely to get hot-pace setup required 20-1
Her Smile T. Pletcher 77, 84, 96 Has one big race in her career, her other starts say this race too tough 30-1
Tamarind Hall J. Englehart 89, 79, 98 Popped sky-high speed figs in June and July, rounding back to best? 30-1
Tar Heel Mom S. Hough 80, 80, 101 Tough to endorse following back-to-back 80 Beyers in New York 30-1
Champagne d'Oro E. Guillot 87, 81, 82 Her form was better last year at age 3, shortens route to sprint 30-1

Juvenile Fillies Turf »

Purse: $1,000,000, 1 mile

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Elusive Kate J. Gosden n/a, n/a, n/a Top G1 European shipper at rock-bottom odds, won four straight 2-1
Somali Lemonade M. Matz 90, 85 Came to hand rapidly, last-to-first winner both starts including G3 5-1
Sweet Cat T. Pletcher 86, 77, 58 Trainer good with these, finished nine lengths clear of third in last 6-1
Stopshoppingmaria T. Pletcher 86, 101, 78 Fastest dirt filly of year (101 Beyer), testing turf potential of sire 6-1
Stephanie's Kitten W. Catalano 88, 79, 74 Improving every start and established on turf, won G1 synth last out 8-1
Pure Gossip P. Serpe 87, 69, 66 Romped by more than six lengths on "soft" ground in BEL Grade 3 10-1
Dayatthespa C. Brown 83, 79 Ran well both starts, freshened since runner-up G3 early September 10-1
Hard Not to Like G. Cox 80, 63, 76 Misfired her only start against top company, won three other races 20-1
Dear Lavinia J. Rouget n/a, 94, 96 Won 3 of 5 in France while campaigning vs. lesser company 30-1
Questing J. Gosden n/a, n/a, n/a Group 3-placed European shipper, first preference Juvenile Fillies 10-1
Homecoming Queen A. O'Brien n/a, n/a, n/a Ten-start veteran won't run here, first preference Juvenile Fillies 10-1
Self Preservation B. Cecil 69, 74, n/a Ambitious campaign for longshot, first preference Juvenile Fillies 20-1
Northern Passion M. Casse 86, 82, 81 Put it all together on WO turf, yet first preference Juvenile Fillies 20-1
Rocket Twentyone W. Howard 74, 46 Indian Charlie filly better than looks, first preference Juvenile Fillies 20-1

Also Eligible (In Order Of Preference):

My Gi Gi B. Koriner 79, 77, 52 Two good grass races at LaD gives her a longshot license 30-1
Customer Base T. Proctor 75, 82 Two good wins on synthetic, by a stallion that gets turf runners 15-1
Spirited Miss M. Casse 76, 71, 75 WO-based filly finished behind several of these in recent G3 30-1
Up A. O'Brien n/a, n/a Maiden winner on synthetic surface in Ireland, difficult to like 30-1
Ann of the Dance J. DiVito 71, 72, 63 Midwest synthetic specialist taking a shot switching to turf 20-1
Royal Bonnie G. Weaver 73, 70 Distant runner-up in soft-turf G3, lightly raced filly with upside 15-1
Bourbonstreetgirl G. Contessa 63, 67, 55 Won debut $75k maiden-claimer, then soundly beaten two stakes 30-1
Karlovy Vary G. Arnold 77, 72 Maiden winner last time out at KEE jumps into deep end 30-1

Juvenile Sprint »

Purse: $500,000, 6 furlongs

HORSE TRAINER LAST 3 BEYERS COMMENT ODDS
Secret Circle B. Baffert 97, 97 Fast, unbeaten colt deserving favorite new addition to BC race menu 6-5
Hansen M. Maker 80, 89 Romped twice on synthetic 12+ lengths , first preference is Juvenile 6-1
Seeker S. Asmussen 67, 95, 76 Two ordinary efforts sandwich terrific wet-track score two starts back 8-1
Vexor J. Kimmel 80, 0, 80 G2 winner on "good" track, his career-high 80 Beyer is only average 8-1
Holdin Bullets W. Ward - Lone start was wire job in April, trainer-owner may have ace up sleeve 10-1
Hunt Crossing T. Pletcher 81, 40, 87 Returned to form in MTH mud, fast horse based on SAR debut win 10-1
Blacky the Bull J. Bonde 83, 53, 74 Improving come-from-behinder in sprint likely to unfold swift pace 12-1
Trinniberg B. Parbhoo 78, 78, 35 Stuck on 78s (Beyer), somehow managed to place in dubious G1 & G2 12-1
Sum of the Parts T. Amoss 78, 64, 71 Rounding back into form, the only entrant with a start (win) at CD 12-1
Shumoos B. Meehan n/a, n/a, n/a Euro shipper faces North American speed, winner turf and synthetic 20-1
Jake Mo A. Milligan 73, 81, 81 Third-place comeback was first start nearly three months, can improve 20-1
Caspar Netscher A. McCabe n/a, n/a, n/a Won pair of Group 2's in England, first preference is Juvenile Turf 30-1