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2013 Breeders Cup

Wise Dan winning at the 2012 Breeders Cup The Breeders’ Cup World Championships was established in 1984 and is a series of Thoroughbred horse races that are run annually, operated by Breeder’s Cup Limited. It was originally organised as a one day event until 2006 and then from 2007 on it was lengthened to two days. All races bar one have taken place in the United States, 1996 being the exception with the races being help in Canada at Woodbine Racetrack.

The event attracts the top horses from various places around the world, particularly from Europe and was created as an end of year championship races for North America. The Breeders’ Cup was founded by John R. Gaines who was well known as a Thoroughbred owner and breeder with ambitions to clean up the sport’s image.

The November 2012 Breeders’ Cup took place at Santa Anita Park, California, with an attendance of almost ninety thousand people viewing the fifteen races, with a total handle of more than $148 million.

This year Godolphin has nominated Outstrip, trained by Charlie Appleby under Sheik Mohammed’s stable, to race in the Breeders’ Cup over in America. One to watch will be Olympic Glory having just won the Queen Elizabeth II stakes victory at Ascot running with blinkers for the first time. The three-year-old colt relished in the soft ground and with new found focus of the blinkers saw him sprint through a narrow gap and winning the £1million prize with odds of 11-2.

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