Breeders Cup 2010 To Get More Exciting

By Reema, Gaea News Network
Saturday, November 6, 2010

LOUISVILLE, ( The Breeders Cup 2010, started yesterday and will end today. Yesterday was a very exciting day with six races, where each of the well prepared horses gave its best performance. However, it was the American horses that were better than the European horses according to their average performances.

In the first race of Breeders Cup 2010, Winner’s Circle, it was Kentucky jockey Calvin Borel, who bagged the first position. He gave a defeat to Javier Castellano. The latter was so desperate, that he went too reckless and even veered his horse into the path of several other horses. Although he came second, he was disqualified from his position because of his recklessness. In the Filly And Mare Turf, a horse trained by Graham Motion, who trains in Maryland, won the first position. Quite to the disappointment of many, Midday, who is regarded as one of the most competent European horses, came second. Henry Cecil, her trainer justified her loss saying that she had a few rigorous performances in this year, and therefore she was not at her best in November. In the Filly and Mare Sprint, Dubai Majesty came first. She had post a three length score, by defeating two other challenging horses, Gabby’s Golden Gal, who came second and Champagne d’Oro. In Filly and Mare Sprint, Dubai Majesty came first, followed by Switch and Evening Jewel, another American horse from California, who came third. In Juvenile Fillies, Race, Awesome Feather emerged as the winner, R Heat Lightning came second and Delightful Mary came third. In Ladies Classic Race, Unrivaled Belle emerged as the winner, beating Kentucky Oaks winner Blind Luck.

Today’s events of Breeders Cup 2010, will include Breeders’ Cup Marathon, Juvenile Fillies Turf, Sentient Jet Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint, Grey Goose Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies and several other races.

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