Breeders' Cup

2005 Breeders' Cup

This is the third time the internationally recognized Breeders' Cup thoroughbred horserace will be held at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. Racing fans from all over are getting their tickets to see this paramount event, not only because of its significance, but its fine horses and high stakes. It has been announced by the National Thoroughbred Racing Association that the stakes for the Breeders' Cup will be $7.305 million.

There are eight elite divisions in the Breeders' Cup. The divisions are Classic, Turf, Distaff, Sprint, Filly and Mare Turf, and Mile. The top-rated horses in these divisions in the same order are Saint Liam, Azamour, Ashado, Lost in the Fog, Megahertz, and Artie Schiller. Flower Alley is a favorite in the race, Trainer Todd Pletcher knows that Flower Alley, son of Distorted Humor, is going to shine at the Breeders' Cup. Remember that name when the betting starts.

The Breeder's Cup is at the end of the season and showcases all the year's hottest stars. The credo of the Cup is the pursuit of positive sports fan awareness of Thoroughbred racing and the continued support and improvement of the whole industry. Owners, horses and jockeys are highlighted during the event and all play a part in making the Breeders' Cup a memorable and essential horse race.

You will be seeing appearances from jockeys John R. Velazquez, Patrick A. Valenzuela, and Edgar S. Prado. The jockeys and the horses they ride will bring you heart-stopping action, high-speed athletic feats and stunning finishes. And at the end of the day when they decorate the Classic winner, you will go home knowing there are no other thoroughbred horses in the world more exquisite than the ones you have seen this day. Buy your tickets to the Breeders' Cup to see this fierce competition unfold.

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