Two weeks from now, the 2020 Breeders’ Cup Challenge is settling at Keeneland Racecourse at Lexington, Kentucky.
This season, it will highlight fourteen racing games within the two-day scheduled event, on November 6 and 7. The fans can expect the betting games to settle online since no audiences are allowed inside the field.
One of the highly anticipated events at the Breeders’ Cup this year, which also serves as the game’s conclusion, is the Breeders’ Cup Classic. The fans can see the world’s toughest race horses competing for the $6-million purse prize. The betting games will also open opportunities of earning to all esteemed horse racing bettors worldwide.
While the Breeders’ Cup Classic is fast approaching, this is the best time to scout and find the best entries to bet. All racehorses attending the said competition are deserving and come with an impressive resume, so you must take the time to know each of them well. To get you guided, here are the current 2020 Breeders’ Cup odds of the twelve final horses joining the competition.
Accomplishing the Awesome Again Stakes title held last September 26, Improbable tops the Breeders’ Cup odds ranking today. Apart from his recent achievement, he was also the Hollywood Gold Cup Stakes and Whitney Stakes winner. In addition, he vied for the Oaklawn Mile Stakes and landed in second place.
Authentic was a Triple Crown accomplisher this year. He won the Kentucky Derby last September and got the first-runner up in the Preakness Stakes a few weeks ago. He will serve as Improbable’s stablemate as they’re both trained by Bob Baffert. Before winning the Derby, Authentic won the Haskell Stakes that happened last July at Monmouth Park.
Maximum Security (8-1)
Bob Baffert is securing his luck to the Breeders’ Cup this year by bidding Maximum Security as his final entry. He competed with Improbable at the Awesome Again Stakes and settled in second place. Maximum Security bagged prominent titles this year, including the San Diego Handicap, Saudi Cup, and Pacific Classic Stakes.
Tiz The Law (9-2)
Tiz The Law maintained an undefeated record from February until June. He won the Belmont Stakes this year, which was the Triple Crown’s first installment this season. His winning streak ended when Authentic scratched him at the Kentucky Derby. That said, Tiz The Law skipped the Preakness Stakes to see a rematch at the Breeders’ Cup.
Tom’s d’Etat (10-1)
Tom’s d’Etat has earned two major titles this year, making him decide to join the Breeders’ Cup. Last April, he participated at the Oaklawn Mile Stakes and won the title impressively. He then proceeded to the Stephen Foster Stakes last June and clinched the title once again.
Swiss Skydiver (11-1)
Swiss Skydiver is the only female horse entrant to the Breeders’ Cup this year. She recently won the Preakness Stakes title that happened a few days ago. Not only that, she made notable accomplishments where she won titles in the Santa Anita Oaks, Fantasy Stakes, and Alabama Stakes.
Global Campaign (20-1)
Securing the Monmouth Cup Stakes and Woodward Stakes, Global Campaign is not missing the Breeders’ Cup this November. He might have a few achievements this year compared to other entries, but he had a well-accomplished form in 2019. Last May 23, Global Campaign competed at the Blame Stakes and earned 6th place.
Happy Saver (25-1)
Although Happy Saver comes as the youngest entry to the Breeders’ Cup, he has achieved significant titles to boast at Keeneland. Last September 7, 2020, he attended the Federico Tesio Stakes and won first place. After that, he proceeded to Belmont Park, competed at the Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes, and successfully earned it.
By My Standards (33-1)
By My Standards won the Alysheba Stakes that happened last September 4, 2020, at Churchill Downs. Aside from that, he earned two-second places at the Stephen Foster Stakes and Whitney. Also, he earned the titles at the Oaklawn Handicap and New Orleans Classic Stakes that took place in the first quarter of this year.
Winning the Suburban Stakes last July, Tacitus skipped the Triple Crown races to prepare for the Breeders’ Cup Classic. He joined the Woodward Handicap and earned second place while landing in third place at the Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes. He also participated in the Saudi Cup, where he got fifth place and fourth at the Oaklawn Handicap.
Midcourt earned one title this year: the San Pasqual Stakes that happened last February 1, 2020. He competed at other prominent horse racing games and placed significantly. His achievements include Awesome Again Stakes (3rd), Pacific Classic Stakes (3rd), San Diego Handicap (2nd), Hollywood Gold Cup Stakes (5th), and Santa Anita Handicap (3rd).
Higher Power (66-1)
Higher Power had many accomplishments since birth but has only made a few excellent finishes this year. He recently competed at the Pacific Classic Stakes and landed in fourth place. Also, his other achievements include San Diego Handicap (3rd), Pegasus World Cup Invitational (10th), and Hollywood Gold Cup Stakes (2nd).
The twelve racehorses above are the final entrants to the Breeders’ Cup Classic this year. Their current odds ranking might change as the competition gets closer. Ensure to get the latest on how they currently stand in the upcoming Breeders’ Cup to pick the deserving horse to bet.