Breeders’ Cup odds: See updated prices in all 14 divisions

Breeders’ Cup odds: See updated prices in all 14 divisions
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Letruska, Golden Pal and Echo Zulu all were weekend winners, and they. became even bigger favorites in the futures market for next month’s Breeders’ Cup at Del Mar.

The Costa Rica gambling website Bovada updated its odds for 12 divisions and opened betting for the two races it had not yet posted. These are the updated markets for the 14 Breeders’ Cup races scheduled to be run Nov. 5 and 6 (with odds from last Monday in parentheses):


Hot Rod Charlie’s move from 8-1 to 7-1 and Medina Spirit’s from 8-1 to 15-2 led a list of modest changes for the $6 million Classic. Forza Di Oro, who went from 16-1 to 25-1 since his fifth-place finish in the Woodward (G1), showed the biggest drift. Stablemates Knicks Go and Essential Quality from the Brad Cox stable continued to solidify as the top two choices.

CLASSICBovadaLast week
Knicks Go 5-2 (5-2)
Essential Quality 4-1 (4-1)
Hot Rod Charlie 7-1 (8-1)
Medina Spirit15-2 (8-1)
Art Collector 8-1 (8-1)
Life Is Good 8-1 (6-1)
Max Player 8-1 (8-1)
Happy Saver14-1(11-1)
Midnight Bourbon16-1(16-1)
Silver State18-1(18-1)
Concert Tour25-1(25-1)
Forza Di Oro25-1(16-1)
Rock Your World25-1(25-1)
Royal Ship25-1(25-1)
Dr Post33-1(33-1)
Express Train33-1(25-1)
Known Agenda*33-1(33-1)
Dream Shake50-1(40-1)
Jesús' Team50-1(40-1)
 *Retired; still listed by Bovada  


While 2020 winner Tarnawa held her ground as the favorite, Domestic Spending shortened from 9-2 to 5-1. She has maintained a schedule of weekly workouts for trainer Chad Brown since she finished second Aug. 14 in the Mister D. (G1) at Arlington Park. Hurricane Lane, Snowfall and Yibir, all based in Europe, showed longer odds since last week.

TURFBovadaLast week
Tarnawa 9-4 (9-4)
Mishriff 7-2 (7-2)
Domestic Spending 9-2 (5-1)
Adayar 6-1 (6-1)
Hurricane Lane 6-1 (7-1)
Snowfall 8-1 (7-1)
Yibir 10-1 (8-1)
Gufo 12-1(12-1)
State of Rest 12-1(12-1)
Tribhuvan14-1 (14-1)
Walton Street14-1 (10-1)
Astronaut 16-1(16-1)
War Like Goddess 16-1(16-1)
Bolshoi Ballet20-1(20-1)
Colonel Liam20-1(20-1)
Channel Maker25-1(25-1)
Channel Cat28-1(28-1)
Al Aasy33-1(33-1)
Say the Word33-1(33-1)
Lord North -- (12-1)


Letruska’s victory Sunday in the Spinster (G1) at Keeneland led to her being cut from 7-4 to 3-2, making her an even firmer favorite for the $2 million Distaff. Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Malathaat drifted from 9-2 to 4-1 and remains the second choice. Cotillion (G1) winner Clairière shortened to 7-1, making her a joint third choice.

DISTAFFBovadaLast week
Letruska 3-2 (7-4)
Malathaat 9-2 (4-1)
Clairière 7-1(8-1)
Shedaresthedevil 7-1(7-1)
Swiss Skydiver 7-1(7-1)
Bonny South 9-1(8-1)
Ce Ce14-1 (16-1)
As Time Goes By16-1(16-1)
Always Carina20-1(16-1)
Blue Stripe25-1(25-1)
Crazy Beautiful25-1(25-1)
Marché Lorraine25-1(33-1)
Travel Column25-1(25-1)
Will's Secret33-1(33-1)


Before there is any thought about sending him to Del Mar next month, Palace Pier has to get through Saturday, when he is favored to win the Queen Elizabeth II (G1) on British Champions Day at Ascot. That uncertainty might be why he drifted from 9-5 to 9-4 to win the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Mile.

MILEBovadaLast week
Palace Pier 9-4(9-5)
Poetic Flare 9-2(9-2)
Baaeed 6-1(6-1)
Mo Forza 6-1(6-1)
Order of Australia15-2(8-1)
Domestic Spending 8-1(7-1)
Tribhuvan 8-1(9-1)
Danon Kingly 12-1(12-1)
Got Stormy 12-1(9-1)
In Love 12-1( -- )
Lope y Fernández16-1(12-1)
Smooth Like Strait16-1(12-1)
Du Jour20-1(20-1)
Master of the Seas20-1(14-1)
Raging Bull25-1(25-1)
Lucky Vegas33-1(33-1)
Champers Élysées40-1(40-1)
Lord North -- (9-1)
Gran Alegria -- (10-1)
Town Cruise -- (20-1)


After failing last year as the 9-10 favorite in the Juvenile, Jackie’s Warrior is attracting bull-market attention again, this time as the plus-110 choice for the $2 million Sprint. The filly Bella Sofia, like Jackie’s Warrior on a three-race winning streak, saw her odds shorten from 8-1 to 13-2.

SPRINTBovadaLast week
Jackie's Warrior 1-1(5-4)
Flightline 9-2(7-2)
Dr. Schivel 5-1(4-1)
Bella Sofia13-2(8-1)
Kimari 7-1(7-1)
Yaupon* 7-1(6-1)
Baby Yoda 8-1(10-1)
Beau Liam 10-1(8-1)
Firenze Fire 10-1(7-1)
C Z Rocket14-1(10-1)
Eight Rings16-1(20-1)
Jalen Journey25-1(25-1)
Matera Sky33-1(33-1)
*Retired; still listed by Bovada. 

Filly & Mare Turf

Flower Bowl (G1) winner War Like Goddess, who finished first in her last four starts, held steady as the 3-1 favorite for this $2 million race. Phil D’Amato’s 3-year-old Going Global finally opened at 16-1 more than 1 1/2 months since her last start, a victory in the Del Mar Oaks (G1).

FILLY & MARE TURFBovadaLast week
War Like Goddess 3-1(3-1)
Love 4-1(7-2)
Snowfall 4-1(4-1)
Loves Only You 5-1(4-1)
Althiqa 6-1(7-1)
Mother Earth 7-1(5-1)
Audarya 8-1(7-1)
Gift List 10-1(10-1)
Aunt Pearl 12-1(12-1)
Summer Romance 12-1(12-1)
Going Global16-1( -- )
La Dragontea16-1(16-1)
Harvey's Lil Goil20-1(20-1)
Magic Attitude20-1(20-1)
La Signare50-1(50-1)

Dirt Mile

With his 4-for-5 record punctuated by last month’s triumph in the Kelso Handicap (G2), Life Is Good was cut from 7-4 to 3-2 for the two-turn, $1 million Dirt Mile. Silver State went from 5-1 to 8-1 two weeks after his runner-up placing in the Parx Dirt Mile.

DIRT MILEBovadaLast week
Life Is Good 3-2(7-4)
Jackie's Warrior 9-2(4-1)
Art Collector 5-1(11-2)
Flightline 5-1(4-1)
Silver State 8-1(5-1)
Beau Liam14-1(12-1)
By My Standards14-1(14-1)
Jesús' Team14-1(14-1)
Mischevious Alex*14-1(12-1)
Drain the Clock20-1(12-1)
Southern District25-1(25-1)
Hidden Enemy40-1(40-1)
Speaker's Corner40-1(33-1)
Mr. Briggs50-1(100-1)
Medina Spirit -- (10-1)
Concert Tour -- (12-1)
*Retired; still listed by Bovada. 

Turf Sprint

Golden Pal already was a firm favorite in spite of his seventh-place finish overseas in the Nunthorpe Stakes (G1). His triumphant comeback for trainer Wesley Ward on Saturday in the Woodford (G2) at Keeneland affirmed the faith that had been shown in him. He went from 5-2 to 7-4 to win the $1 million Turf Sprint. Two-time group winner Starman, who finished a close second in the Sprint Cup (G1) at Haydock, England, last month, shortened from 15-2 to 5-1.

TURF SPRINTBovadaLast week
Golden Pal 7-4(5-2)
Starman 5-1(15-2)
Campanelle 8-1(9-1)
Kimari 8-1(17-2)
Lieutenant Dan 8-1(10-1)
Gear Jockey 9-1(10-1)
Glass Slippers 10-1(12-1)
Suesa 11-1(9-1)
Casa Creed 12-1(12-1)
Fast Boat14-1(14-1)
Dragon Symbol16-1(16-1)
Extravagant Kid20-1(16-1)
Emaraaty Anna -- (12-1)

Filly & Mare Sprint

Reigning champion and 2020 Filly & Mare Sprint winner Gamine, at minus-135, is the only odds-on favorite in the Breeders’ Cup futures. Bella Sofia, winner of the Test (G1) and Gallant Bloom (G2), shortened from 4-1 to 3-1. Since she finished first in the Chillingworth (G3) this month at Santa Anita, Ce Ce made a big move from 8-1 to 5-1.

FILLY & MARE SPRINTBovadaLast week
Gamine 4-5(4-5)
Bella Sofia 3-1(4-1)
Ce Ce 5-1(8-1)
Kimari 7-1(6-1)
Souper Sensational 12-1(8-1)
Estilo Talentoso20-1(20-1)


It might not have been a big field for this month’s Champagne (G1) at Belmont Park, but it was well regarded. Jack Christopher won by 2 3/4 lengths, thrusting him from a joint third choice to the favorite’s role in the $2 million Juvenile. Rattle N Roll opened at 5-1 after his victory Saturday in the Breeders’ Futurity (G1) at Keeneland, even though trainer Kenny McPeek said he might not take the colt to Del Mar.

JUVENILEBovadaLast week
Jack Christopher 11-4(5-1)
Corniche 3-1(5-2)
Major General 4-1(4-1)
Rattle N Roll 5-1( -- )
Pinehurst 6-1(5-1)
Rockefeller 8-1(8-1)
Gunite 10-1(5-1)
Wit 10-1(13-2)
Pappacap 11-1(12-1)
Joker Boy 16-1(12-1)
Classic Causeway 20-1(12-1)
Forbidden Kingdom20-1(20-1)
Kevin's Folly50-1(25-1)

Juvenile Fillies

A 3-for-3 record, two Grade 1 victories and a 7 1/4-length triumph Saturday in the Frizette (G1) at Belmont Park sent Echo Zulu from a lukewarm 7-2 to a firm 7-4 favorite to win the $2 million Juvenile Fillies. Juju’s Map opened as the 5-2 second choice after her victory Friday in the Alcibiades (G1) at Keeneland. Ain’t Easy made her first appearance in the futures at 9-2 on the strength of her Oct. 1 win in the Chandelier (G2) at Santa Anita.

Echo Zulu 7-4(7-2)
Juju's Map 5-2( -- )
Ain't Easy 9-2( -- )
Hidden Connection 6-1(6-1)
Averly Jane 7-1(10-1)
Grace Adler 10-1(9-2)

Juvenile Turf

By winning a seven-furlong, Group 3 race last month at Newmarket, England, Godolphin homebred colt Modern Games opened as the 3-1 favorite to win the one-mile, $1 million Juvenile Turf. His stablemate Albahr, also trained by Charlie Appleby, was 4-1 after finishing first last month in the Summer Stakes (G1) at Woodbine for his fourth consecutive victory.

JUVENILE TURFBovadaLast week
Modern Games 3-1( -- )
Albahr 4-1( -- )
Annapolis 6-1( -- )
Mackinnon 6-1( -- )
Bayside Boy 13-2( -- )
Tiz the Bomb 8-1( -- )
Coinage14-1( -- )
Kiss the Sky14-1( -- )
Reach for the Moon14-1( -- )
Berkshire Shadow16-1( -- )
Ebro River16-1( -- )
Go Bears Go20-1( -- )
Red Danger20-1( -- )

Juvenile Fillies Turf

Wild Beauty was no better than fifth Friday in the Fillies’ Mile (G1) back home at Newmarket. But her score last month in the Natalma (G1) at Woodbine was enough to open her as the 3-1 favorite to win the one-mile, $1 million Juvenile Fillies Turf. Also from England, Group 1 winners Discoveries and Tenebrism were made joint second choices at 11-2.

Wild Beauty 3-1( -- )
Discoveries 11-2( -- )
Tenebrism 11-2( -- )
Consumer Spending 8-1( -- )
Agartha 9-1( -- )
Hello You 10-1( -- )
Her World 10-1( -- )
Koala Princess 10-1( -- )
Prosperous Voyage 10-1( -- )
Cairo Memories 11-1( -- )
McKulick 11-1( -- )
Sacred Bridge 12-1( -- )
Mise En Scène 16-1( -- )
Zain Claudette 16-1( -- )
Brandon'smylawyer 25-1( -- )
Romantic Time 25-1( -- )

Juvenile Turf Sprint

Riding the momentum of two consecutive Group 1 victories in Europe, Perfect Power remained the favorite to win the only Grade 2 among the Breeders’ Cup races. Averly Jane opened at 5-1 after she won the Indian Summer at Keeneland, running her record to 4-for-4 for Ward.

Perfect Power 7-2(7-2)
Twilight Gleaming 9-2 (9-2)
Averly Jane 5-1 ( -- )
Tenebrism 6-1(5-1)
Armor 7-1(7-1)
Her World 8-1 (8-1)
Koala Princess 8-1(8-1)
Sacred Bridge 10-1 (8-1)
Quick Suzy 12-1(12-1)
Zain Claudette 16-1(11-1)
Hierarchy 20-1(14-1)
Red Danger 20-1(10-1)
Sandrine 20-1(12-1)
Go Bears Go 25-1(14-1)

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