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2005 Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf racing picks include Alexander Goldrun (Ireland), Alinghi (Australia), Angara (Great Britain), Intercontinental (Great Britain), Latice (Ireland), Megahertz (Great Britain), Melhor Ainda, 2004 Filly & Mare Turf defending champion Ouija Board (Great Britain), Sand Springs, Shawanda (Ireland), Wend, and 2004 Filly & Mare Turf third placer Wonder Again. Top Breeders' Cup racing selections are as wildly diverse as there are eight races on the championship day card: Breeders' Cup Classic, Distaff, Filly & Mare Turf, Juvenile, Juvenile Fillies, Mile, Sprint, Turf. Enjoy browsing some free picks for the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf, and have fun winning at the 2005 Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships on October 29, Saturday, at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York.

Breeders' Cup's #4 top money trainer Bobby Frankel dominates the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf with some very strong trainers for four top racing picks: Alinghi with top money jockey Edgar Prado, Intercontinental and Megahertz both with top money jockey Alex Solis, and Melhor Ainda with top money jockey John Velazquez. Australia's Alinghi has had 17 starts (11-3-2) and just won the Ballston Spa Breeders' Cup Handicap (G3) in August at Saratoga Race Course. Great Britain's Intercontinental, having had 17 starts (9-3-3), just won the Palomar Breeders' Cup Handicap (G2) this September at Del Mar race track. Megahertz of Great Britain has had 10 starts (5-3-0) and just came second in the Beverly D. Stakes (G1) in August at Arlington Park. Melhor Ainda, who has had 6 starts (4-1-1) just finished third also in August's Beverly D. Stakes (G1). Frankel brought Ghostzapper victory at the 2004 Classic.

Prado's other top race contender is Wonder Again, whom he had ridden to third place at the 2004 Filly & Mare Turf, with trainer James Toner. Kentucky's Wonder Again has 14 starts (3-2-3) and just placed fourth also in the Beverly D. Stakes (G1) at Arlington Park. Velazquez is also riding Sand Springs with #2 top money trainer Bill Mott, whose other racing pick is Wend with #3 top money jockey Jerry Bailey. Kentucky's Sand Springs, having 19 starts (8-3-1), just won the Diana Stakes (G1) in July at Saratoga Race Course while Kentucky's Wend has 7 starts (5-0-0) and just placed sixth in the Beverly D. Stakes (G1). Velazquez, who led Ashado and Speightstown to victory at the 2004 Distaff and Sprint, respectively, additionally rode Film Maker to second place at the 2004 Filly & Mare Turf, as well as Roses in May and Kitten's Joy both also to second place at the 2004 Classic and Turf, respectively. Bailey rode Storm Flag Flying to second place at the Distaff, UAE's Balletto to second at the Juvenile Fillies, Kela to second in the Sprint, France's Six Perfections to third in the Mile, and Pleasantly Perfect to third in the Classic, all in 2004.

2004 Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf champion Ouija Board returns as a top race contender with trainer Edward Dunlop and jockey Jaimie Spencer, who also rode Antonius Pius to second finish at the Mile and Powerscourt to third at the Turf, both in 2004. Ridden to last year's championship by top money jockey Kieren Fallon, Great Britain's Ouija Board has 9 starts (5-0-3) and most recently placed seventh in the Prince of Wales Stakes (England, G1) at York.

Ireland's Shawanda, with trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre and jockey Christophe Soumillon, has 6 starts (5-1-0) and most recently won the Prix Vermeille (France, G1) this September at Longchamp. Angara of Great Britain, having trainer Patrick Biancone and #4 top money jockey Gary Stevens, has 13 starts (5-2-2) and just finished fifth in the Man o' War Stakes (G1) this September at Belmont Park. Ireland's Latice, with trainer Jonathan Shepherd and jockey Jose Santos, has 8 starts (5-0-0) and most recently won the Waya Stakes in August at Saratoga Race Course. Alexander Goldrun also of Ireland, with trainer Jim Bolger and jockey K. J. Manning, has 20 starts (9-5-2) and just placed third in the Irish Champion Stakes (Ireland, G1) this September at Leopardstown.


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