It’s another season to saddle up for all horse racing fans as the newest and one of the richest horse racing tournaments is about to begin a few days from now.
It is another significant horse racing game to celebrate as all bettors will compete in a much bigger opportunity to wager and win big prizes for their winning entries.
The Breeder’s Cup 2019 sets to kick-off on November 1 and 2, 2019. It will take place in the legendary racing field of Santa Anita Park in California. Admittedly, this event will attract millions of horse racing fans all over the world, especially those who are looking to grow their bankrolls.
Aside from the action-packed show that each racing fan is waiting to witness on Santa Anita Park, the class and rivalry of each mighty horse racers is something they look forward to. According to the horse racing community, the Breeder’s Cup this year is undoubtedly a big thing to watch as you can witness the entry of mightiest horses on earth.
Hence, as you go along and can’t contain your excitement for this year’s Breeder’s Cup, we will keep you hyped. The Breeder’s Cup organization has released its final ranking on how horse qualify with regards to the most active and most famous horse racer you need to bet. Fifteen final entries will saddle up in Santa Anita. However, below are the horse racers who belong to the top ten list from highest to the lowest.
McKinzie is a famous horse racer trained by a Hall of Famer trainer Bob Baffert. He started his racing records this year by tallying a total of seven wins and five places and won the Whitney Stakes last August 3, 2019, that took place in Saratoga.
He also took the winning spot in Awesome Again Stakes last September 28, 2019, in Santa Anita Park, which makes him the most reliable horse racer to beat in the upcoming Breeder’s Cup 2019.
Code of Honor
Code of Honor takes the second spot for this year’s Breeders Cup ranking. He is trained by Claude McGaughey, who records a total of 5 wins, two places, and one show before he will run in Santa Anita Park.
He won the recently concluded Runhappy Travers Stakes held last August 4, 2019. He was also a superstar in Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes, which he took home the second prize on September 28, 2019.
Vino Rosso takes the third spot for the Breeder’s Cup ranking. He is trained by Todd Pletcher, who also sets colourful racing victories since the start of this year. He recorded a total of 5 wins, one place, and five shows.
He won the 3rd place in Whitney Stakes last August 3, 2019, and took home the winning prize at the Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes last September 28, 2019.
Yoshida is a horse entry coming from Japan who takes the 4th place in this year’s Breeders ranking. He also had a colourful racing record this year, which tallies five wins, four places, and one show. He placed 3rd in Woodward Stakes Presented by NYRA Bets on August 31, 2019. He also took the 2nd place in Whitney Stakes last August 3, 2019.
Higher Power is trained by John Saddler, who takes the 5th spot. He recorded a total of 5 wins, one place, and five shows this year. He took the 3rd sport in Awesome Again Stakes last September 28, 2019. On the other hand, he got the first prize last August 17, 2019, for the $1 Million TVG Pacific Classic Stakes.
Omaha Beach takes the 6th spot. He is a horse racer trained by Richard Mandella, who recorded a total of 4 wins, three places, and one show racing record this year. He was the grand winner for Arkansas Derby last April 13. 2019. He also took the 1st place last October 5, 2019, during the Santa Anita Sprint Championship Stakes.
Elate took the 7th place in the Breeder’s Cup 2019 ranking this year. He is trained by William Mott, who recorded seven wins, seven places, and two shows. He was the grand winner of the 2019 Fleur De Lis racing.
Mongolian Groom takes the 8th spot. He is trained by Enebish Ganbat, who recorded three wins, two places, and three shows this year. He was a grand winner for the Awesome Again Stakes held last September 28, 2019.
Seeking the Soul
Seeking the Soul is trained by Dallas Stewart, who took the 9th Breeder’s Cup ranking this year. He tallied a total of 7 wins, six places, and seven shows where he won the grand prize at 2019 Stephen Foster Challenge Series.
Ownedale takes the 10th spot for the Breeder’s Cup 2019 ranking of strongest racers. He is trained by Brad Cox, which records a total of 5 wins, one place, and two shows. He had not won recent racing events. However, his graded stakes points and popularity allows him to take the said ranking.
The five remaining entries who will complete the Breeder’s Cup 2019 entries include War of Will on the 11th spot. Math Wizard took the 12th spot, Diamond Oops in the 13th, Gray Magician in 14th place, and the final place is for Chess Chief.