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Horse Racing Nation Picks the Breeders' Cup 2012

The Horse Racing Nation bloggers, from A to Z -- that's Don August to Brian Zipse, have shared their picks for the 15 Breeders' Cup races. You'll find picks from all over our country and Across the Pond. There are also HRN consensus picks, the horse from each race that was picked the most.

I hope the collective wisdom of Horse Racing Nation will help you have a great Breeders' Cup 2012. Good Luck. 


And for even more Super Screener has to say about Shanghai Bobby & Power Broker as well as the whole BC Juvenile field! 




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Wonder if it says something that European corespondant, Dan Munn takes Marketing Mix & Animal Kingdom over The Fugue, Ridasiyna, Excelebration & Moonlight Cloud???
  • icyhotboo · In retrospect that's a mixed message considering AKs race and The Fugue getting a bad trip but clearly the best. Neither Excelebration or MC showed up today. · 1119 days ago
Eight HRN bloggers had three winners, but Candice Curtis won the most money by picking Tapizar ($32.60) and Mizdirection ($15.80).
Shackleford shoud've won the Florida Derby last year but he ran second because he just couldn't finish off the job.
like i said for the past 2 days brown almighty got screwed in the odds cause the consensus here picked him and i see dollar signs if his odds dont change

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