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2005 Breeders' Cup Turf racing picks include Alkaased, Azamour (Ireland), 2004 Turf defending champion Better Talk Now, Bago (France), Cool Conductor, Electrocutionist, English Channel, Forty Niners Son, Good Reward, Hurricane Run (Ireland), 2004 Turf runnerup Kitten's Joy, King's Drama (Ireland), Motivator (Great Britain), Oratorio (Ireland), 2004 Turf third placer Powerscourt (Great Britain), and Scorpion (Ireland). 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 Turf, and have fun winning at the 2005 Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships on October 29, Saturday, at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York.

The top money duo of trainer Aidan O' Brien and jockey Kieren Fallon is back for top Turf racing picks Oratorio and Powerscourt, who finished third at the 2004 Breeders' Cup Turf. Ireland's Oratorio has 13 starts (6-3-1) and just won the Irish Champion Stakes (Ireland, G1) this September at Leopardstown. Great Britain's Powerscourt has 17 starts (4-3-3) and just won the Arlington Million Stakes (G1) in August at Arlington Park. Aidan O' Brien is training a third racing pick, Scorpion, with top money jockey Frankie Dettori, whose other top race contender is Alkaased with trainer Luca Cumani. Ireland's Scorpion, with 6 starts (3-2-0), just won the St. Leger (England, G1) this September at Doncaster while Kentucky's Alkaased, with 8 starts (4-4-0), just won the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud (G1) in June at Saint Cloud. Fallon next teams up with #5 top money trainer Andre Fabre for Ireland's Hurrican Run, who has 6 starts (5-1-0) and just won the Prix Niel (France, G2) this September at Longchamps.

More strong comebacks await the turf. 2004 Breeders' Cup Turf champion Better Talk Now returns with trainer H. Graham Motion and jockey Ramon Dominguez while 2004 Turf runnerup Kitten's Joy is back with trainer Dale Romans and top money jockey Edgar Prado. Kentucky's Better Talk Now has 20 starts (8-3-2) and most recently won the Man o' War Stakes (G1) this September at Belmont Park. Kitten's Joy, also of Kentucky, has 14 starts (9-4-0) and most recently finished second in the Arlington Million Stakes (G1) in August at Arlington Park.

More strong duos return. Good Reward is with #3 top money trainer Shug McGaughey and #3 top money jockey Jerry Bailey, who 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. English Channel is meanwhile with trainer Todd Pletcher and top money jockey John Velasquez, the team that led Ashado and Speightstown to victory at the 2004 Distaff and Sprint, respectively. Kentucky's English Channel has 7 starts (5-1-0) and just placed second in the Secretariat Stakes (G1) in August at Arlington Park. Velazquez 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.

King's Drama of Ireland is with #4 top money trainer Bobby Frankel, who brought Ghostzapper to victory at the 2004 Classic, and jockey Jorge Chavez. With 10 starts (4-1-1), King's Drama just came second in the Man o' War Stakes (G1) this September at Belmont Park. Fourty Niners Son is with top money trainer Neil Drysdale and #10 top money jockey Corey Nakatani, who rode Sweet Catomine to championship at the 2004 Juvenile Fillies. France's Bago is with trainer Jonathan Pease and jockey Thierry Gillet while Cool Conductor has trainer Ralph Nicks and jockey Cornelio Velasquez. Electrocutionist is with trainer Valfredo Valiani and top money jockey Michael Kinane. Great Britain's Motivator is with trainer Michael Bell and top money jockey John Murtagh.


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