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Breeders Cup   General Discussions

Started Nov-2 by pianot; 2586 views.

From: smartyslew


Thanks for the apology and don't worry about it. i had a couple picks on my 2 year old thread

because these are 2 year old races, Tomorrow is for older horses. We have 516 members and around 500 

don't post and maybe all of them keep busy going thru it .It wasn't to along ago when we only had around 100 members

maybe it was the Pandemic.


From: smartyslew


I had a good day, its my mothers birthday and I always have a good day on her Birthday.

I think I put info on 4 different sights today. Don't you love your track record with Baffert

loved the way the 1 took it to the Cave who is a darn good horse. The 1 had no chance for itm

cave's Jock did a good job trying to relax him I thought. I'm alive to more than  one tomorrow

I gave it a bump  with some winnings and you have to have some 3 yr olds  on it .

I only put 2 picks on here in the 2022 2 yr olds thread, Forte and Victoria Road for todays bets.

you had a good day ! 


From: pianot


Always respect Mom as u know. Think that is great.

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From: Wintertrian


Edit:  Changing it up in Race 6 (adding horses Moira
Roguir-------I think one of the top 3 here can win this race)

Lady Speightspeare
Longshot: Mise En Scene

---  Race 6:  Hunch bets/ bomb longshots.  A race that interests me. 

Lady Speightspeare (20-1) Roger Atfield can pull this off with this lovely Fipke breeding. 

Mise En Scene (30-1) which really is a superbomb hunch, but I like James Ferguson (trainer).  You may note the name since he had the favorite in the recent recent Melbourne Cup (Deauville Legend ran 4th).   It would be amazing if she came in, but it's a hunch wager.  Now he brings Mise En Scene, who's sire Siyouni, was an HH The Aga Khan breeding, who was a champion sire in FR and Europe, and Siyouni's sire, Pivotal, as we know, was a great sire of sires and an uber elite outstanding broodmare sire.  Okay well she's only won at 7F, but with Galileo for broodmare sire, and same female family as Bold Ruler...

Class of the field (IMHO)  is Tuesday @8-1 


From: Wintertrian


pianot said...

Apologize to all. Apparently overstepped my bounds trying to get one folder for BC. Wasn't mt intent.

No apology necessary to me.  I really am not willing to creep thru every topic and thread (esp. not with this particular forum software)  to find Breeders Cup conversation.   It would be akin to not filing my tax papers under TAXES in my file cabinet.   I'm an everything should 'have a folder' kinda person. 

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From: Northof64


Turf sprint - Creative Force 

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From: Northof64


Turf - Warlike Godess, Nations Pride

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Didn't do a lot of handicapping this year. I thought I'd just be a fan. However, if I change my mind, these would be my ATB bets:

BC F/M Sprint - Edgeway 15-1 Last year's runner up is a sleeper

BC Turf Sprint - Golden Pal 2-1 Probably a free square

BC Dirt Mile - Cody's Wish 5-2 Coming out party

BC F/M Turf - Virginia Joy 10-1 Probably a Euro win, but if she can slow it down on the front end, maybe she can outsprint them to the wire

BC Sprint - Jackie's Warrior 4/5 Treating this like a free square also; no Cody's Wish in here

BC Mile - Regal Glory  6-1 Sentimental pick; MTR grandsire

BC Distaff - Search Results 9-2 Tactical speed advantage; trending the right direction

BC Turf Classic - Rebel's Romance 3-1 Always believed in this horse, since his UAE win. Has matured!

BC Classic - Flightline 3-5 Another free square! Baffert scares me. His five Taiba works ever five days at 6f, indicates that he is up to something!

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From: Northof64


Dirt mile - Simplification