You cannot open a racebook and not know just how prestigious- and profitable, the Breeders Cup is in the world of horse racing. Kentucky Derby victor Mage and Belmont Stakes champion Arcangelo will be joining the event. They are set to lead a full roster of 14 horses in the highly competitive Breeders’ Cup Classic. Trainer Todd Pletcher has also pre-entered two contenders for the $6 million race. This is along with horses from the stables of prominent trainers Bob Baffert and Rick Dutrow.
The Breeders’ Cup Classic field is just one part of the extensive lineup. There is a total of 205 horses participating in the world championships. And 59 of those entries are from overseas. These thrilling races will unfold on November 3-4. It will be at Santa Anita, which, in its 40th anniversary, is hosting the event. With such a busy schedule, it’s a good thing that you have your pay per head software to help you manage what could be a very busy tournament in horse betting.
Champions Join in on Breeders Cup 2023
Bob Baffert, who has previously secured victory in the Classic four times, all with 3-year-old horses, is returning to his home track at Santa Anita. He will be with Arabian Knight, the winner of the Pacific Classic, and is set to carry his hopes to win. Given how popular he is with bettors, expect Arabian Knight to get a lot of action in your bookie software.
Dutrow, who boasts Whitney winner White Abarrio, is making his return to the Breeders’ Cup for the first time since 2010. In addition, he is also a winner back in the 2005 Classic with Saint Liam. His trainer’s license was reinstated in February. This comes after serving a ten-year suspension following numerous medication and administrative violations. As for Mage, he secured a third-place finish in the Preakness, second in the Haskell, and seventh in the Travers.