The clock is certainly ticking down to this year’s Breeders Cup Classic race, and if you love betting on horse races, there is no doubt in my mind you have probably already been trying to work out just which horse is most likely to win that race this year!
If so then whilst it is true and fair to say that all of our featured betting sites are going to be offering you a betting market on that race, but it was the ante post betting market on the Breeders Cup Classic over at the Bruce Betting site that did catch my eye this morning, due to the enhanced set of odds attached to each of the horses scheduled to run in that race.
Therefore I will now be giving you an overview of each of the horses that are going to be lining up and taking their chance this year in that race and also let you know just what odds you can bag currently at the Bruce Betting site too.
As for the favourite to win that race, well this year there is not what anybody could call a red hot favourite this year, and that does mean the odds on offer on the much more fancied horses are quite generous, but the one that is attracting a fair bit of early support is Accelerate whose odds are certainly attractive at 4/1
Mckinzie and Catholic Boy Both in With a Chance!
I am sure that the odds on each of the runners in this year Breeders Cup Classic are going to start to fluctuate as the starting time of the race does approach, however two horses that are currently the second and third favourites do have a fair chance of winning it does have to be said.
Those horses are Mckinzie who is currently trading at the 6/1 mark along with Catholic Boy who will not need much luck in running to get its nose up in front, and the odds you can currently secure on that horse are 7/1!
Back Each-Way if You Prefer
At one fifth the win odds for each-way bets and as Bruce Betting are paying out to three positions in this race, you may much prefer placing an each-way bet on any horses that you do fancy, and that does bring into the reckoning the likes of West Coast at 8/1 and also Diversify at 9/1.
There are a couple of 10/a shots that I wouldn’t discount and they are Good Magic and Roaring Lion, in fact there are also a couple of 12/1 shots that wouldn’t surprise too many punters if they did manage to bag themselves a place finish and those are Hofburg and Yoshida 12/1
As for 16/1 shots, well there are a plethora of them to pick and chose from including Audible, Catalina Cruiser, Collected, Gronkowski, Mendelssohn and Thunder Snow and the remainder of the field are 33/1 bar.