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Bet On Breeders Cup – Dirt Mile and Turf

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 10/23/2012 6:21:48 PM

What: Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile and Turf Preview
Where: Santa Anita
When: Saturday, November 3

The mile high club will all be there in full force for online sports betting site players to see as a competitive field will line-up for the $1 million Dirt Mile and the best turf marathoners will also take centerstage in the $3 million mile and a half Turf.

Emcee went to the top of the division looking at the Dirt Mile after he won the Grade 1 Forego. His last three Beyers of 108, 103 and 107 have been through the roof and he is coming to the pinnacle race in his career on top of his game.

Jersey Town, trained by Kentucky Derby winning trainer Barclay Tagg, has even better Emcee as he posted a 110 Beyer in the Kelso last time.

A couple of outsiders also will be coming to this race off wins. Handsome Mike is fresh from a win in the Pa. Derby but only posted a 93 Beyer while Politicallycorrect made all the right online horse betting moves winning the Oklahoma Derby with a 96 figure.

Homecourt advantage may go to Nonios, who just ran second in the Awesome Again when beaten by superstar Game on Dude. He has been very consistent in his career and his only poor race came on a surface, Saratoga, he may not have loved. His tactical speed is one of his best assets.

Shackleford has had some physical issues but he ran well in defeat chasing Jersey Town home in his last race. He ran second in the Dirt Mile last year and proved his class taking the Grade 1 Met Mile with a 115 Beyer in May.

Bob Baffert’s student, Fed Biz, is quick as a cat and can’t be underestimated.

Don’t be shocked if foreign flavor is the order of the day in the Turf but Point of Entry will try to hold up the American edge. He can run and is fresh from a score in the Grade 1 Hirsch with a 105 Beyer but he will be double and triple teamed down the lane by runners from across the pond.

St. Nicholas Abbey is using the same stepping-stone he did last year before he upset in the Turf when he came from mid-pack to win going away with a 105 Beyer.

Trained by Aidan O’Brien, Abbey will also have stablemate Treasure Beach, second in the Hirsch, vying for top dollar in the Turf.

World-class trainer Andre Fabre will likely be represented by Shareta. This filly is a multiple Group 1 winner and may not have adored the soft going in the Arc on October 7.

Other invaders that need to be on the radar are Sea Moon, 8th in the Arc and Trailblazer, who has been able to run all day long in Japan and he got an ideal turf prep over the Santa Anita course when second beaten only a half length in the Arroyo Seco Mile.

Online betting sites sports players have to look for a horse that has the stamina but also can quicken and have the ability to relax behind horses and kick.


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