The Breeders’ Cup Dirt Filly and Mare Sprint was inaugurated in 2007 which makes it one of the newest races on the Breeders’ Cup program. Despite that, the seven-furlong contest boasts a rich history and a purse of $1 million. In 2015, Wavell Avenue pulled off the upset from off of the pace at odds of 10-1, returning $22.00. Favorite Cavorting struggled and finished fourth.
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The Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint is Race 7 and goes on Saturday, November 5th from Santa Anita. Post time is 1:21 p.m. PDT.
Probable starters with odds
1. Curalina (3-1) – She has a serious chance to hit the board in the Distaff and will be the favorite in this race if she elects to go to the Filly and Mare Sprint. This hard-knocking filly has been keeping top class company and is quick enough to excel at seven furlongs.
2. Haveyougoneaway (4-1) – Has been training exceptionally well since a breakthrough Grade 1 victory in the Ballerina at Saratoga. New York bred is getting good at the right time and has run well fresh.
3. Carina Mia (6-1) – Ever see a horse get their heart broken? Watch her losses to champion Sonbird in the CCAO and Cotillion Stakes. She is better with the cutback in distance but how much did trying to beat the big filly take out of her?
4. Tara’s Tango (8-1) – She is cutting back after going two turns in the Zenyatta Stakes and a route to a sprint is always an interesting angle.
5. By the Moon (10-1) – Has been training in California and should benefit from training over the surface but her numbers put her a cut below the top tier fillies here.
6. Gloryzapper (12-1) – She gets home track advantage but will have to prove her victory in the L.A. Woman Stakes was not a fluke. No real indication she is a true graded stakes type.
7. Paid Up Subscriber (12-1) – Another contender cutting back in distance. She was second in the Spinster Stakes last time out and has been in overall competitive and consistent form.
8. Paulassilverlining (12-1) – Earned her way in the field with a victory in the Gallant Bloom but will need to turn in an equally sharp performance.
9. Wavell Avenue (12-1) – She seems to have lost a step from last year but she is the defending champion and trainer Chad Brown is a major threat on big days. She should have plenty of pace to run at, too.
10. Irish Jasper (20-1) – Another interesting longshot for Chad Brown. She looks like a horse who is hitting her best stride at the right time.
All entries are unofficial. Final entries and Post Position draw for the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint will take place on Monday, Oct. 31.