The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile showcases the future stars of Thoroughbred racing. The race is contested at a mile and a sixteenth and offers a purse of $2 million. In addition, it often decides the Eclipse Award for champion two-year-old. Last year, Nyquist remained undefeated and completed his award-winning season with a victory in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. He went on to win the Kentucky Derby.

Check back later for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile race results. 

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If you cannot make it to Santa Anita in Arcadia, California for Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Betting, placing a wager through one of these recommended racebooks is the next best thing!

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      The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile is Race 9 on the Breeders’ Cup weekend and goes on Saturday, November 5th from Santa Anita. Post time is 2:43 p.m. PDT.

      Probable starters with odds                                                 

      1. Classic Empire (9-2) – Known for being difficult and occasionally erratic, he was significantly more professional with the addition of blinkers. No doubt he has the talent but the massive crowds at Santa Anita could be a challenge for him to overcome.
      2. Not This Time (5-1) – Homebred colt is out of Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare 3rd place finisher Miss Macy Sue, plenty of pedigree and seems to be improving with each start.
      3. Gormley (6-1) – He got loose on the lead in the Front Runner and will have a tougher task however, big, rangy colt looks like he has a lot more to offer as he develops and matures.
      4. Klimt (8-1) – He needs to show more than he did in his last start but may have been compromised by a slow start and a pedestrian pace.
      5. Practical Joke (8-1) – He battled back gamely in the Champagne Stakes and overcame a lot of adversity to prove he is the real deal. The question is whether he bounces off of that monster effort/
      6. Syndergaard (8-1) – Only a nose separated him and Practical Joke and he showed a lot of class and toughness to fight back after setting fast early fractions.
      7. Theory (8-1) – Gemologist is producing some serious runners in his first crop of two-year-olds. This colt is unproven around two turns but has the physicality and the pedigree to excel.
      8. Three Rules (12-1) – He has been a major player in the Florida state bred races but will find himself in an entirely different league.
      9. Favorable Outcome (15-1) – A question mark whether he goes to the Juvenile or the Juvenile Turf, part of a loaded contingent for Chad Brown in either division.
      10. Lookin at Lee (15-1) – He rallied well in his last start and could be the sort of contender that can pick up the pieces after what should be a fast pace.


      All entries are unofficial. Final entries and Post Position draw for the BC Juvenile will take place on Monday, Oct. 31.