Breeders’ Cup Races

Horse racing Action x 14 at the World Thoroughbred Championships

The Breeders' Cup Thoroughbred Championships is truly the most prestigious event for the thoroughbred horses - it is often termed as the traveling championship extravaganza. The 2024 episode of the championship will host fourteen sensational Breeders' Cup races ensuring uninterrupted fun and excitement in horseracing, horse betting, horse wagering and handicapping.

All these fourteen races will provide a different kind of horse racing experience - they will feature the world's best thoroughbred racehorses under different racing conditions. Starting from the opening Juvenile Fillies Turf till the end of Classic, the breeders' cup will incorporate turf, dirt and synthetic surface and will be raced in various racing distances from six furlong to 1½ miles and from two to three year olds and up - the racing event will provide the perfect ending to the season of thoroughbred racing.

The Breeders' Cup races offer a total purse amount of $25.5 million; the Classic carries the highest amount with $5million this year. It is certainly no surprise that each of the Breeders' Cup races has its share of moments of glory, darkest days, historic fists or doubles and breakthrough records. Every horseracing enthusiasts want to get facts and figures on the latest news and views, the highs and the lows, wins and losses of the Breeders' Cup championships. We are only one click away to satisfy all your queries!

Breeders’ Cup Classic

The Breeders' Cup Classic is the most important racing events in the series of Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championship. The race is considered as the kingmaker because of it's higher amount of purse value - this year it is $5million where the winner is expected to get the half of the money. More…

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Breeders’ Cup Ladies Classic

The Breeders' Cup Distaff is now re-christened to Breeders' Cup Ladies Classic - that is a Weight for Age Thoroughbred horse race for fillies and mares with an age group three and up. This racing event has already produced three of the seven highest-priced winners in the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships event's history till today. This horseracing meet has been among the most consistent and predictable of the original seven races started at the beginning.

Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf

The Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf is one of the new entries into the Breeders' Cup that ran for the first time in 2008 on first day of racing. This $1million race will be limited to only twelve starters. Horse racing looks brilliant at a shorter distance - following that simple idea, Breeders' Cup organizers have ventured forth starting a race at a distance of one mile on the turf surface of Churchill Downs Racetrack.

Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf

The Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf is a new addition compared to the original seven races that began in 1984. It was in July 1998, the board of directors voted on the decision of filling the gap in the lineup and created this $2million race for fillies and mares on the card.

Breeders' Cup Juvenile

The Breeders' Cup Juvenile is a $2million racing event, which earned popularity within the shortest possible time-span since it's start only four years ago. In the previous years, winner of this racing used to get $1.5 million in purse value, while this year the amount is $2million. More…

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Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies

The Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies stakes race seems a tough challenge for the riders as also for the bettors. Nobody can predict what is going to be the end-result; the challenge is on the two-year-old fillies, which run on the dirt surface to win at a distance of one and one sixteenth miles. According to statistical record, Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies is one of the Breeders' Cup races that have so far produced twenty out of twenty-five winners, which were subsequently voted year-end champion. More…

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Breeders' Cup Mile

The Breeders' Cup Mile is a source of ultimate fun for the spectators and challenge for the riders and horses. This $2million racing event attracts champion horses, which have potentiality to generate speed within a short time - as the distance is only one mile, horses need flashing speed to way past the finishing line. The mercury level of enthusiasm among the spectators rises sky-high and they call at their full throat for their favorites. So far as the Breeders' Cup Mile is concerned, it has experienced repeat winners four times; besides this the Mile has had three horses that have snatched two victories each. More…

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Breeders Cup Sprint

The Breeders' Cup Sprint follows the pattern of racing that is widely accepted in the North American horseracing circuit. The $2million race is run at a distance of six furlongs and has become a competitive one mainly among the North American runners; it has been a nightmare for the handicappers. More…

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Breeders' Cup Turf

The Breeders' Cup Turf directly follows the standard of European thoroughbred racing: it is run at a distance of one and half miles on the turf track. This is the primary reason for which international runners have won the race in maximum times. This $3million race for three year olds and up attracts racing enthusiasts not only because of getting a charming racing experience but also for secured handicapping and wagering. More…

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Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint

The Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint for thoroughbred fillies and mares three year olds and up is run at a distance of seven furlongs. The race started only in 2007 and earned huge acclamation from the racing enthusiasts. It is a favorite racing event on the card at Churchill Downs this year too.

Breeders' Cup Marathon

The Breeders' Cup Marathon was raced for the first time in 2008 at the Oak Tree Santa Anita Park. It is expected that the North American thoroughbred owners will be interested to race in this one and half mile at the dirt track. This racing event was not eligible for classification initially and was listed as a Grade 3 after the first two running.

Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf

The Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf was raced for the first time in 2007 during the first day of the expanded Breeders' Cup at Monmouth. The purse amount is $1million and is raced for two-year-old horses on the grass course. Last year, Pounced clinched the victory. everyone is expecting the same excitement this year too.

Breeders Cup Dirt Mile

The Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile is a thoroughbred World Championship for two-year-old horses and will be run at a distance of one mile on the dirt track of Churchill Downs. It was first run in 2007 during the first day of the expanded Breeders' Cup. Corinthian raced past the winning post in 2007 and created a history. Everyone is looking forward to find out this year's winner.

Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint

The Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint was new to the Breeders' Cup in 2008 during the second day of racing. This $1million racing event will take place at a distance of six and half furlongs at Churchill Downs. All racing enthusiasts are curiously waiting for it's grand success.


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