The mare Elate will take to the boys in the Breeders Cup Classic (G1), looking to become only the second woman to win the race.
We are from the Breeders Cup, the playoff tournament event taking place at Santa Anita on November??1-2.
Elate will try to follow in the footsteps of Zenyatta, that beat against males in the 2009 Classic, the 1 female to win the race into its own 35-year history.
Founded by Hall of Famer Bill Mott, the mare will also be entered from the Breeders Cup Distaff (G1), however the strategy is to go in the Classic.
Presently the mare is co-third choice in Breeders Cup Classic betting in +800. Shes the fifth option at Distaff wagering in +800 but will probably be the second choice for Midnight Bisou (+150) when the Distaff was her target.
The favorite for its Classic continues to be McKinzie down from. Trained by Bob Baffert, the colt was the beaten favorite in the Awesome Again (G1) in his final prep race.
Last year McKinzie came into the Classic off wins at the San Felipe (G2) and also Pennsylvania Derby (G1) but pitched into a clunker, fading to complete a well-beaten 12th.
The Code of Honor is your choice in Vintage gambling at +400. The Shug McGaughey trainee won the Travers (G1) that summer in Saratoga and had been defeated only a nose at the Jockey Club Gold Cup (G1) at Belmont Park in his final start.
Vino Rosso won the Jockey Club Gold Cup and is listed in Vintage.
Midnight Bisou is your betting favorite for the Distaff at Bovada at +150. She was third in last years Distaff at Churchill Downs and can be perfect in her seven starts this year, winning the Beldame Invitational (G1) at Belmont Park in her final prep race.
Guarana at +600 is the second option in early Distaff wagering, but she could end up in the Breeders Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (G1).
The filly won her first three career starts, such as the CCA Oaks (G1), but suffered her first defeat when next to Street Band at the Cotillion (G1) in Parx Racing in her final outing.
Dunbar Road is your co-third alternative at +700. The filly had??to settle for third at the Spinster in Keeneland in her final start behind Elate and Blue Prize. Street Band, winner of the Cotillion, can be recorded at +700.
Permit is your +150 betting popular at Bovada for the Breeders Cup Turf (G1). Shes the defending winner but got run down in the Arc de Triomphe (G1) at Longchamp in her final start and her connections have not decided if she will return to the U.S.
Magical, who had been fifth at the Arc, is the choice in Turf wagering in +500. The Aiden OBrien trainee acquired the Irish Champion Stakes (G1) in his previous trip at York and had been next in the Turf last year supporting Permit.
Mortar and bricks is your favorite for its Mile in +450. Circus Maximus, winner of the Prix de Moulin de Longchamp (G1) in his last start, is that the current second choice in early Mile betting??at +500.
Mitole is the early favorite for the Breeders Cup Sprint (G1) in +225. The Steve Asmussen trainee won the Forego (G1) at Saratoga in his final start.
Imperial Hint is your second option at +275. Third in the Sprint last year, hes within this season off wins at the Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap (G1) and the Vosburgh Invitational (G1) in his last two starts.
Shancelot is your third option at. The colt got run at the wire from the Santa Anita Sprint Championship (G1) in his last start, beaten a head.
The winner was Omaha Beach, that had been also making his first start since winning the Arkansas Derby (G1) in April. He came back running and missed the Triple Crown races. The colt is +400 in early for the Sprint but could end up in either the Dirt Mile or Classic.
Sistercharlie will come into this years Breeders Cup Filly & Mare Turf (G1) riding a six-race winning series, all in Grade 1 races, including this race this past year. She is the betting favored that is strong +175 as she attempts to defend her name.
She figures to face a solid group of European offenses that could comprise Star Catcher (+1000), winner of the Prix Vermeille (G1) at Longchamp, also Iridessa (+1200), who is a multiple Group 1 winner.
The Breeders Cup Dirt Mile (G1) is often regarded as an offence with runners not great enough to make it into the Classic, yet this years field looks stellar.
Mitole is your +300 early favorite for the Dirt Mile but might wind up in the Sprint. Catalina Cruiser, who had been the beaten favorite in the edition of a year, is listed at Bovada.
The John Sadler trainee obtained the Pat OBrien (G2) in his last outing and is ideal in three starts this season.
Mr. Money (+1000) was beaten a neck in the Pennsylvania Derby (G1) in his final effort. That snapped a series that included Indiana Derby along with the Grade 3 West Virginia Derby.
Pee Wee Reese is your early favorite in a wide-open Breeders Cup Turf Sprint in +350 and Covfefe at +300 and Come Dancing at +350 will be the top two wagering choices for the Breeders Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (G1).
Next up we will take a look at the historical odds for the juvenile parties of Friday.
Handicapper Michael Dempsey will soon probably be covering the Breeders Cup for Odds Shark along with his entire card accounts with choices, analysis, acceptable chances line and wagering recommendations for major tracks are available everyday at turfnsport.com.

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