Breeder’s Cup Challenge 2017

The Breeder’s Cup Challenge is a very important international series of races that will take place this year at Royal Randwick in Australia. Horse racing is, for a very long time now, one of the most popular sports for betting. When gamblers beat the odds, horse racing can be a fun and profitable way to spend any time.

The winners of the Breeder’s Cup Challenge will have many benefits like receiving automatic starting positions and have their fees paid into the Breeders’ Cup World Championships. The World Championships is the most important competition in which many riders and horses participate. The Breeders’ Cup World Championship from this year will take place on 3 and 4 November and will be held at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club near San Diego.

The winners of this competition series will have the fees paid for two of the Breeder’s Cup events as follows: the winner of the Doncaster Mile to start in the Mile, and the winner of the TJ Smith Stakes to start in the Turf Sprint. In order to get the rewards, the Challenge winners should be nominated to the Breeder’s Cup program before October 23. The starters from North America will also have some benefits. They will all get about $40k to compete in the World Championships.

The riders of horses trained by the best trainers have higher chances to claim the prizes. Trainer Darren Weir entered 4-year-old Palentino (AUS) and the 6-year-old Tosen Stardom (JPN). Another big trainer is Chris Waller is known for training the horses who won the last four races of the Doncaster Mile. He will have four starters this year: Arod (AUS, post 7, Glyn Schofield), McCreery (AUS, post 17, Kevin McEvoy), Endless Drama (AUS, post 20, Brenton Abdulla) and Antonio Giuseppe (AUS, post 6, Tommy Berry).

There are a couple of horses with impressive performance who deserve to be nominated here. They are interesting because of their high performance which is important for the people who love this sports. They are also great targets for horse racing betting. The 7- year-old Terravista who won the Darley Classic in 2014 for Couper and Rix Et Al was trained by Joseph Pride. Laurel Oak Bloodstock’s 7-year-old Rebel Dane was trained by Gary Portelli. Rebel Dane won the William Hill Manikato Stakes in October 2016. Other horses of interest are the 6-year-old gelding Chautauqua and the 5-year-old Malaguerra. They are both champions from last year.