When the Juvenile Fillies Turf race was added to the US Breeders’ Cup in 2007, the race was guaranteed to have great odds. There are 14 qualifying events for the Breeders’ Cup Challenge for this horse racing division. There are up to five ‘automatic’ berths for ‘Win and You’re In’ races. However, the winners of challenge races will not be guaranteed an entry into the Breeders’ Cup.
If that seems a little confusing, keep in mind that the Breeders’ Cup is for North American and European thoroughbreds. Sometimes, winners are discounted because of injury or travel issues. Generally, the Juvenile Fillies Turf division is one of the first to take place. This means that there is serious betting action for US bettors. Keep in mind that this race is exclusively for two-year-old fillies on turf (grass) courses. There are usually two Grade One races and three Grade Two, so check your bookmaker’s site for bets.
Juvenile Fillies Turf Breeders’ Cup Entries
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While dirt racing may be the most popular format in America, grass races are known for tighter finishes. This makes betting values higher than dirt races. For gamblers who enjoy races with more unknowns and variables, the BC Juvenile Fillies Turf challenge is a great choice. For this event, Americans can choose to bet on the rider, trainers and owners. We recommend checking the track record from previous challenges and hedging all bets.
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For the most part, turf races are unpredictable. With both American and European contenders, it’s difficult to make a winning guess. However, trainers in the US push horses earlier. Still, it’s not unheard of for a favoured horse to finish lower. All results are available on the official National Thoroughbred Racing Association website after the race. For live betting, visit one of our top sportsbooks listed above.