DRF Tournaments was a busy place on Breeders&rsquo; Cup Saturday, with several players winning seats to upcoming important handicapping contests.Two players won $5,000 seats for the upcoming World Championship of Handicapping with its $1 million, no&#45;takeout finals. Ronald Tackett was best in the 23&#45;entry contest. He was good early and late in the event that covered all nine of Saturday&rsquo;s Breeders&rsquo; Cup races. His first cash came right off the bat with Caledonia Road ($52 win&#45;place combined) in the Juvenile Fillies. Later on in the card, he hit in three out of four races with Roy H ($16.80), Good Magic ($34.40), and Talismanic ($41). He ended up with $144.20, just $3 ahead of second, but well clear in the qualification zone in an event that advanced the top two spots to the WCH finals.Second&#45;place went to Ed Peters. He started slowly but went on quite a run, creating his own personal rolling pick five in the midst of Breeders&rsquo; Cup Saturday. It all started with Wuheida ($36.80) in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Filly and Mare Turf and continued with Roy H, World Approval ($12.20), Good Magic, and Talismanic. His total of $141.20 was $25 clear of Carl Rasak in third.Also on Saturday, Michael Caposio ($107.80) won his way to next weekend&rsquo;s Del Mar Fall Challenge, a two&#45;day, live&#45;bank contest at the seaside track. Facing a field of only 11 other entries, he was able to get away with a much lower winning total. His collections came courtesy of Caledonia Road, Amis Mesa, Imperial Hint, and Good Magic.Saturday also saw two players win entries to the upcoming Aqueduct Challenge &ndash; Joseph Cirone ($70) and Gary Gristick ($53.60). This was a field of 23 entries, but the contest utilized the all&#45;in format, meaning picks couldn&rsquo;t be changed along the way. This accounts for the dramatically lower totals. Cirone had three collections, all winners &ndash; Roy H, World Approval, and Talismanic. Gristick connected with Wuheida and Roy H, and that was enough.Sunday was understandably a much quieter day on DRF Tournaments, but there was still plenty of action. Joseph Lindemann won his $500 seat to the upcoming Aqueduct Challenge with a score of $58.20. He had four collections, all returning double digits, including Dubai Bob ($11.60) in the penultimate contest race from Gulfstream Park West. Those points gave him a lead he would not relinquish in the 10&#45;runner field.Contest actions returns to DRF Tournaments on Wednesday. The highlights of the upcoming weekend include a Grade 1 qualifier for the World Championship of Handicapping as well as another one&#45;day qualifier for the Aqueduct contest, which will take place Nov. 18..For more information, as well as a list of all upcoming tournaments, check out tournaments.drf.com.