2010 Breeders Cup Entries
November 4, 2010 by staff
2010 Breeders Cup Entries, There is a bunch of action on Friday, what with six races of the Breeders Cup. There will be cameras, what with ESPN2 televising four hours, from 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. And for the first time in the history of the Breeders’ Cup, there will be light, what with Churchill Downs have installed permanent facilities used initially in June Breeders’ Cup is run for the 27th time, and if it was just miles from Hollywood, California, two years earlier, only this year, can we really say lights, camera, action!
Nobody seems more ready to shoot for the night showcased and 2000000 Ladies Classic Blind Luck, who prevailed in four of five finishes photo in which she participated this year including the Kentucky Oaks on April 30 this track. Although based in California, she made her sixth trip cross country in an ambitious 2010 campaign that saw her win 5 of 8 starts, including three Grade 1 events, to put it on top of the division of the nation filly 3 – years.
A little filly built, Blind Luck aggressively trains every morning, like a fighter flies itching to distribute a few punches.
“She never changed since the first day I saw her, and it’s a good thing,” said trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, who bought Blind Luck private last year and his co-owner. “It is fun to be around, with his personality. She is happy all the time. ”
Breeders Cup Odds: For all her accomplishments, but Blind Luck in Friday night will be facing older rivals for the first time, and especially the lives of ten hours, which has won 5 of 6 races this year and is the leading older mare in the country except for the giant shadow cast by Zenyatta. The 11-horse Classic field includes unmatched Beautiful ladies, who won the Trojans The stakes here earlier this year, please Malibu, who won 2 of his last 3 starts and is the recipient of his departure only at Churchill Downs and Havre de Grace, a 3 year old filly who lost two close decisions to Blind Luck in July and August before it is held outside the Cotillion on Oct. 2.
“This is an area really good, but it’s the way it is supposed to be race Breeders’ Cup,” said Hollendorfer.
Hollendorfer is stimulated by knowing that the Kentucky Oaks has been run on the track exactly the same, and even the exact distance – 1 1 / 8 miles – as the Ladies Classic.
“As trainers, you’re always looking for positive things,” he said, “and he is positive that it treated the track before.”
Blind Luck drew post 10, just inside the Havre de Grace.
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“It’s good, I think more than ever,” said Tony Dutrow, who trains Havre de Grace. “She ran faster every race as his previous one, and I saw her for the first time she is aggressive in a race to come. I think she knows what to do now. She has experience. She goes into this race like no other.
“She is well on several different surfaces. She has never run at Churchill Downs. Apart from this factor alone, I have every reason to believe that Havre de Grace has never been better. ”
Breeders Cup Odds: the lives of ten one spot this year came when she tried unsuccessfully to attack Rachel Alexandra from the beginning of the Personal Ensign. She tired to finish third behind Rachel Alexandra, who never raced again, and persistently, who rallied for the victory. The lives of ten returned to win the Beldame October 2, beating the Ladies’ Classic Beauty and unmatched persistent rivals.
“One thing we did in the Beldame was back in his rhythm,” said Coach ten lives, Todd Pletcher. “She had a hole, and maybe he would have been better to send, but we wanted to reverse the tactics of the previous race, which does not go so well.”
If the lives of ten and Blind Luck are side by side in the long stretch, Blind Luck better be apart of the lives of ten hours, or you might not see Blind Luck to the strong side, more powerful mare.
“It is not as big as Zenyatta, but it is great,” said Pletcher.
Pletcher also sends prayer Malibu, who beat unmatched in the Belle and Ruffian, was refreshed from a second place in the Molly Pitcher 68 days ago.
The first time after 14 pm on Friday is Eastern Time. The Ladies ‘Classic, scheduled for 7:30 p.m., is the 10th and final race on the card, and the last six Breeders’ Cup races. Eight other races Breeders’ Cup, including the classic with Zenyatta, are planned Saturday. The Ladies Classic is the last stage of selecting four and six that each picks Paris ponds and 750,000 warranties.
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