Over the two days of Breeders' Cup, we were treated to incredible racing, tight photo finishes and rewarding wagering outcomes. Cody’s Wish delivered and Goodnight Olive also was a Breeders’ Cup repeater. The Europeans showed us why they still own the turf. White Abarrio put a punctuation mark on his campaign with a stirring finish in the Classic, making his case for horse of the year.
It was a particularly strong showing for the Super Screener this year. To start, from our top-two-ranked horses came the winner in 10 of 14 races. Here’s a summary of those outcomes.
The key to scoring in the Breeders’ Cup is to isolate the one or two long shots in each race from the multitude of options to include in wagers while keeping those wagers as narrow as possible. Here are some of the highlights of how this year’s top long-shot picks performed.
Now it's time to get back to work on leveraging the results of this year’s Breeders' Cup to continue to optimize the Super Screener criteria for each race so that we can score again in 2024.
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