The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf features the next generation of star turf horses from around the world. This race traditionally has had a European flair and has been dominated by international runners since the inaugural running in 2007. The one mile race has a purse of $1 million. In 2015, Hit a Bomb closed from last to win by a neck and returned $16.40 at odds of 7-1.

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      The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf is the first Breeders’ Cup race on Friday, November 4th from Santa Anita. Post time is 2:25 p.m. PDT.

      Probable starters with odds

      1. Good Samaritan (4-1) – He turned in a dominant performance to win the Summer Stakes and establish himself as the top North American turf juvenile. Undefeated from two starts and the biggest question mark will be Santa Anita’s tight, firm turf course.
      2. Oscar Performance (9-2) – While he may have been beating up on softer competition in his recent starts, there is no denying this colt has some serious talent and some serious turf pedigree. His speed could be even more lethal at Santa Anita.
      3. Big Score (5-1) – He is one of the few top contenders proven at Santa Anita and he got over the course very well to win the Zuma Beach Stakes. Next, a big class test.
      4. Made You Look (6-1) – He has been steadily improving and while his worktab has not been eye popping, he should have a solid base.
      5. Keep Quiet (8-1) – He has shown to be a tactical, versatile colt and comes out for one of the hottest barns in the country. Casse saddled two Breeders’ Cup winners last year, including the Juvenile Turf Fillies winner.
      6. Ticonderoga (8-1) – This colt has some talent but still seems to be very green but has the pedigree and talent to step forward and be a factor. Dam was 3rd in the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf in 2010
      7. Lancaster Bomber (10-1) – Looks like the real deal in Europe and trainer Aiden O’Brien has won this race 3 times in 9 years
      8. Channel Maker (10-1) – He has not proven himself to be a top tier racehorse just yet but has a pedigree that indicates he should get better as he matures.
      9. Bowies Hero (15-1) – His numbers are a significant cut below the other colts in this group and he would need to make a major step forward to be a contender for even the minor awards.
      10. Wellabeled (20-1) – His speed should make him a factor but so far he appears to be better suited to synthetics.

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