The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf showcases some of the future stars of the sport and has developed into one of the most exciting and unpredictable races on the Breeders’ Cup card since the inaugural running in 2008. The one mile race is restricted to two-year-old fillies and offers a purse of $1 million. In 2015, Catch a Glimpse was overlooked at odds of 6-1 and won by ¾ of a length to return $14.80.

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      How To Win Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf

      The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf is held as part of the first day of Breeders’ Cup action on Friday, November 4th from Santa Anita. Post time is 3:50 p.m. PDT.


      Probable starters with odds

      #7 - Intricately (9-2)Trained by Joseph O’Brien, the son of top international trainer Aiden O’Brien and a Breeders’ Cup winner as a jockey, she has been very professional and has shown to have world class talent

      #4 - Spain Burg (8-1)European filly has won her last three starts and has rapidly ascended the class ladder. The international shippers are always dangerous.

      #14 - La Coronel (5Mark Casse saddled Catch a Glimpse to win this race last year and looks like he has a very legitimate threat again. She appears to be the strongest of the North American contingent.

      #13 - Roly Poly (8-1) –With seven starts already under her belt, she is one of the more experienced horses here and has proven she can ship to a variety of tracks and be competitive. Another strong contender for O’Brien.

      #5 - Victory to Victory (6-1) – Don’t underestimate the other filly in the Mark Casse stable. She looked good winning the Natalma Stakes.

      #3 - New Money Honey (6-1) – She showed a huge turn of foot to win the Miss Grillo Stakes and Chad Brown has won this race twice including with Lady Eli who will contest the Filly and Mare Turf

      #2 - Lull (15-1) – Her record has not been the most consistent but she has shown some real ability and Clement is not the type of trainer to blindly take a swing for it.

      All entries are unofficial. Final entries and Post Position draw for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf will take place on Monday, Oct. 31.