Breeders’ Cup

First run in 1984, the Breeders’ Cup is a year-end series of races that frequently crown Eclipse winners. Big purses, big fields and big payouts makes the Breeders’ Cup one of the most exciting times of the year.

We dug through charts and winner’s lifetime past performances to see what patterns, if any, emerge with regards to winners of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and Juvenile Fillies. Find out what we discovered!

Looking for 2016 Breeders’ Cup contender replays or workout videos? We’ve compiled links to help you quickly access useful information!

Looking for 2015 Breeders’ Cup contender replays or workout videos? We’ve compiled links to help you quickly access useful information!

Schedule of 2015 Breeders’ Cup Challenge races including the date, race, distance, track, winner and downloadable chart where available, courtesy of

You searched, we answered: How have 3-year-olds fared in the BC Classic? Find out!

Sometimes our search traffic produces opportunities to elaborate, here’s one such opportunity. What’s the average Breeders’ Cup Pick 4 payout? Find out!

Considering a Breeders’ Cup Classic winner has not gone on to win Horse of the Year since Curlin in 2007, it may be hard to remember that the race has served as a de facto championship for the gold statuette in many of its editions.

Our final Best Score is the biggest, baddest score we could find from none other than Mr. #GetHot himself!

The name shifting race knows as the Distaff has provided some of contemporary racing’s most thrilling moments.

With a slim margin for error and a flood of European talent, the Breeders’ Cup Mile has provided plenty of down to the wire thrills.

While winners of the Breeders’ Cup Turf have come from Europe at a 70% clip, we acknowledge our bias and showcase a few home-grown winners.

Until 2007, the best sprinting fillies & mares competed on equal footing with their male counterparts in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint. Needless to say, that has resulted in some memorable finishes that have, unfortunately, faded a bit from our minds.

So many Juvenile performances are memorable, but there are a few that stand out. Here, we reflect on a trio of memorable Juveniles: the legendary late runner, the gutsy gray and the Florida-bred by Fappiano.

The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies is sometimes a bit overlooked in the shadow of the Juvenile (and the impending Derby fever it kicks off), but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t produced some notable performances, and careers!

This week’s story is more proof that trusting your own opinion is the way to go.

This week’s story is all about focusing play on strong opinions versus spreading out.

This week’s story is the embodiment of why it’s important to listen to your own opinion.

This week’s story is more common than you might think, when a big score is also a big what-if.

This week’s Breeders’ Cup Best Score story started seven years before the actual score.

We not-so-humbly offer our Breeders’ Cup Best Score to help you get in the Breeders’ Cup mood.