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Betting On Breeders Cup – Breeder’s Cup Juvenile and Juvenile Turf Preview

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 10/24/2012 6:20:24 PM

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

The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile is more than just a test to determine the likely champion of the year but it is a glimpse into the future for online sports betting players on the search for runners who may be the leader of the sophomore division and possibly the Kentucky Derby hero.

A major concern about the 5 2-year-old Breeders’ Cup races this year as it has been ruled that Lasix will be banned for these races. This obviously adds another element of intrigue.

The one and one sixteenth $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile is a combination of the first day of kindergarten and graduation day of high school. On one hand you have a new potential star entering a national arena, on the other hand you have the cruel reality of life.

Be smart when betting this race and now that a well managed campaign to get a horse to this stage of his career is tantamount to winning. And finally remember Bob Baffert’s quote after Vindication won the 2002 Juvenile: Baffert: “Michael Jordan doesn’t play in pick-up games. Today was the race we were looking at.”

Bob Baffert is loaded for bear in the Juvenile and what else is new?

Power Broker has been just that. He has improved his Beyers in every race after the debut and not a lot of horses can say they broke their maiden in Grade 1 company. He posted a winning 90 Beyer in his last horse betting race and should sit a super stalk and pounce trip.

Title Contender may not be the second coming of Marlon Brando but he broke his maiden like a runner with a future.

He was troubled in his first start on the synthetic, and then controlled the pace and the outcome in the win over the Anita strip.
The Eastern leader and one to beat is Shanghai Bobby, who was dominant in the Champagne.
Online sports betting site players should not be afraid of lightly raced runners in this fray.

The $1 million Breeders’ Juvenile Turf may be one of the most wide-open events this year. With a million on the line in the mile race, things could get bottled up when the real racing begins.

Going into last year’s Juvenile Turf, the average winning payoff had been $15.60 but last year’s betting sites hero Wrote improved on that by paying $25.20 as he was coming of a third in a Group 2 fray at Newmarket in England.

He was also making it three for 5 career and was saddled by world-class trainer Aidan O’Brien, who again proved he knows what it takes to ship to America and win.

Also for the second straight year, the Juvenile Turf favorite finished out of the money.

Balance the Books is lightly raced but has shown talent this year. He closed like gangbusters in his debut but lost by a half length, then broke his maiden in a Grade 2 stakes at Saratoga flying late to nail them all. His Beyers have been consistent but unspectacular but he is coming off a win in the Bourbon Stakes.

Joha will be a tough cookie with the A game. He won the Breeders’ Futurity in his last start and is coming to the race at the to of his game.

A pair of foreigners will have to be dealt win in the Juvenile Turf. Dundonnell has run well in big and short fields and is out to make amends after failing as chalk in a stakes in Doncaster last out.

Artigiano has only won once in his career but he has been Group 2 placed twice, the last when beaten a length at Newmarket in September.

Noble Tune, Gervinho and Den’s Lagacy will be factors if they mature at precisely the right time.

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