Breeders' Cup


Ronnie Betor
Sharp Azteca wins the Grade 1 Cigar Mile with authority.
To afford a full four-week gap between the Breeders’ Cup and the stakes that mark New York’s last truly big racing weekend until the spring, the New York Racing Association chose this year to move Aqueduct’s Cigar Mile, Remsen, and Demoiselle out of ...Full Story >>
November 02, 2017
Owner-trainer Mick Ruis could fulfill one dream and fuel another as he brings the undefeated Bolt d'Oro to Saturday's $2 million Breeders' Cup Juvenile at Del Mar, about 30 miles from where Ruis wrestled at El Capitan High School in Lakeside, Calif. A ...
The most money that horses trained by Todd Pletcher ever earned in a season was $28,116,097. The year was 2007, the same time a young fellow named Chad Brown went out on his own as a head trainer.
The Breeders' Cup represents a galaxy of equine stars every year, although it's fair to say that some shine brighter than others.
Owner Charles Fipke will have to pay both jockeys John Velazquez and Joel Rosario the same fee based on how much money Forever Unbridled earns in Friday’s $2 million Breeders’ Cup Distaff, according to the Del Mar stewards.
November 01, 2017
Analyzing the form of the European runners in the 2017 Breeders' Cup.
The gang's all here at Del Mar for the Breeders' Cup, including the two major players in the main event, the $6 million Classic, defending champion Arrogate and Gun Runner, both of whom were out on the track early Wednesday morning.
There are horses in the Breeders' Cup that are perfectly suited to the race conditions, with Lady Eli in the Filly and Mare Turf being perhaps the clearest example, having compiled a 3-for-3 record at that race's distance of 1 1/8 miles on grass. And ...
Only a protest at a suburban racecourse in Paris last weekend has been able to interrupt Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien's record year of wins in Grade 1 or Group 1 races. O'Brien has plenty of chances to add to his historic season in the Breeders' Cup at ...
Anytime a Thoroughbred trainer is compared to the late Bobby Frankel, it’s got to be good, right? After all, Frankel was a Hall of Famer nonpareil. Not so fast there, says Kenny McPeek.
Nine horses will be in action this weekend at Del Mar as previous Breeders' Cup winners, and for the connections of each, the chance to show off their champion before a huge audience of admirers is priceless.