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Breeders Cup Juvenile Sprint Betting - Juvenile Sprint

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 10/2/2012 6:23:29 PM

What: Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Sprint Preview
Where: Santa Anita
When: Friday, November 2

Things are starting to solidify for the Juvenile Sprint and it is shaping up as a horse betting showdown between East Coast and West Coast speedsters.

The Eastern contingent includes the first and second finishers of the Grade 2 Sanford in Bern Identity and Handsome Jack. The Saratoga Special champ Spurious Precision looked good winning that race and the next hurdle will be the Champagne Stakes on October 6.

Handsome Jack is the in the good hands of Wesley Ward, who was the leading apprentice rider back in the day and he has a great knack with young horses. This juvenile ran very well in his Belmont debut with a losing 90 Beyer.

Bern Identity has never run a dull race and is out of a dam that banked over $250,000 but he may have to turn the tables on Shanghai Bobby, who made it three for three winning the Hopeful early last month. He is the first from a stakes winning dam that banked $185,000.

Doug O’Neill’s charge Know More continues to get a nice betting sites education and was impressive winning the Grade 2 Best Pal.

Western-based John Sadler has a pair of bullets in the holster in Carson’s Crown and Scherer Magic, the former the runner-up in the Hollywood Juvenile and the 5th finisher in Know More’s Best Pal.

Know More also has a nice pedigree as he is kin to a stakes winner and the non-winning dam is kin to 4 that banked 6 figures including stakes winner and over $350,000 earner Que Belle.

Carson’s Crown gets his class from the bottom side. His dam won a couple of stakes and banked nearly $270,000 and maybe as important, the dam is kin to three others that banked over $200,000 including speedy stakes winner and near $300,000 player Apalachee Special.

Scherer Magic has some tricks up his sleeve. He has won half of his races and didn’t get the best of trips in the other efforts. Delve into the pedigree and there are five 6-figure earners on the bottom side.

Baby J may try the boys in this race. She shocked in her debut at 8-1, then set the table in a Grade 3 for talented miss So Many Ways.

Baby J also has a pretty nice pedigree to fall back on here. She is out of a dam that won 8 times and was in the exacta in 12 of 20 and the dam dropped a couple of other runners. She dropped near $200,000 earner Que Posse and stakes winner and near $300,000 player Laureate Conductor.

Drum Roll has been around in his young career. He was bet like a good thing in his New Jersey debut at Monmouth and didn’t disappoint at 4-5, then was wide and tired in the Saratoga Special. Wheeled back last month in the Grade 3 Sapling at the shore, he again was bothered at the break and had to settle for a slice. There are nothing but sports betting winners in his family and two banked over $120,000 a piece.

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