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42.0% of breederscup's followers are female and 58.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.80%. The average number of likes per post is 931 and the average number of comments is 8.
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2️⃣ days. 1️⃣4️⃣ races. $3️⃣1️⃣M in purses and awards. #BC20 is getting closer! #BreedersCup @keeneland @longines
"If she's training up to the Breeders' Cup like she was Friday morning of Preakness, I wouldn't be afraid of any race." - Robby Albarado
Happy horse, happy connections! 😁 Jackie's Warrior is one to keep an eye on in the @TVGNetwork #BreedersCup Juvenile presented by @TBaftercare on #FutureStarsFriday at @Keeneland! 📸 @robbiedema
J. Kirk and Judy Robison's Jackie's Warrior continued his domination over the 2020 juvenile class, uncorking a massive effort to win Saturday's $250,000 Champagne Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park. The Champagne is a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” event, with Jackie's Warrior receiving an automatic berth in the TVG Juvenile Presented by the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance at Keeneland this November. Jackie's Warrior broke from post 4 under Joel Rosario as the 4/5 favorite in the field of six 2-year-old colts and went straight to the lead. Reinvestment Risk and Midnight Bourbon tracked closely as Jackie's Warrior posted opening fractions of :23.12 and :46.54. Reinvestment Risk made his move midway through the far turn and began ranging up alongside Jackie's Warrior, but the bettors' choice easily kicked clear at the top of the stretch. Never asked for his best, the Steve Asmussen trainee crossed a wrapped-up 5 1/2 lengths clear while completing the one-turn fast dirt mile in 1:35.42. "He's a beautiful horse; a big horse, and it looks like everything he does is easy for him," Rosario said. "I was very confident that he could get the mile. I felt confident the whole way. He just enjoyed what he was doing." Reinvestment Risk and Midnight Bourbon crossed a strung-out second and third. Civil War took a three-way photo for fourth by a pair of necks over Run Casper Run and Ambivalent, respectively, to complete the order of finish. Jackie's Warrior's win was his fourth from as many career starts, following back-to-back Saratoga stakes scores in the Saratoga Special (G2) and the Hopeful (G1). The Maclean's Music colt, purchased for $95,000 as a yearling, has now earned $402,564 and will head to the World Championships as a likely favorite. "He had an easy half-mile and I'm surprised he came home that quick," said Asmussen's Belmont Park-based assistant Toby Sheets. "He's very impressive. He's a class act and does everything correct. The one-turn mile certainly didn't seem to bother him."
Tim Hamm and Siena Farm's Dayoutoftheoffice is still perfect through 3 starts after winning Saturday's $250,000 Frizette Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park. The Frizette is a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” event, with Dayoutoftheoffice receiving an automatic berth in the Juvenile Fillies at Keeneland this November. Dayoutoftheoffice broke from post 5 under Junior Alvarado as the 5/2 second choice and settled into a stalking position outside of the 4/5 favorite Vequist. Just ahead of them, Joy's Rocket posted opening fractions of :22.94 and :46.41, but midway through the far turn, Dayoutoftheoffice ranged up to take the lead. Straightening for home with Vequist chasing in vain behind her, Dayoutoftheoffice eventually crossed 2 lengths clear while completing the one-turn fast dirt mile in 1:35.82. "When you ride fast horses, it makes it easy for you," Alvarado said. "I thought (the pace) was going to be a little more contested and I was going to stalk, but I felt like I was in control of the race from where I was. I knew I had the horse in front of me, so I just made sure my filly got into a nice rhythm, and at the same time, keep everybody where I wanted them to be. It worked out great today. When I asked her turning for home, she responded beautifully." While unable to close past the winner, Vequist held second by 10 1/4 lengths over Cilla. Joy's Rocket, Cantata, and Get On the Bus completed the order of finish. Fifth Risk was scratched. Dayoutoftheoffice's victory followed a 4 1/2-furlong maiden-breaking debut at Gulfstream Park in May and a 19/1 upset in July's Schuylerville Stakes (G3) at Saratoga. The Into Mischief filly has now earned $216,500 for Hamm (who also trains) and Siena Farm (who also bred her). "When you put a plan together that works - the team of Siena Farm and myself and all our assistants - you feel vindicated," Hamm said. "We all thought this filly was special when she won at 4 1/2 because we knew she would be able to get longer than that. She was able to get the job done today."
Happy Birthday to @JimRome! 🥂 #BCAmbassadors We hope you have a fantastic day!
Allen Stable homebred Civil Union's upward ascension continued with a game nose victory over My Sister Nat in Saturday's $250,000 Flower Bowl Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park. The Flower Bowl is a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” event, with Civil Union receiving an automatic berth in the Maker's Mark Filly & Mare Turf at Keeneland this November. Civil Union broke from post 3 under Joel Rosario at 3/1 odds and sat off toward the rear, ahead of only My Sister Nat. Lovely Lucky outkicked the 2/1 favorite Cambier Parc to lead through the clubhouse turn and down the backstretch while posting opening fractions of :24.62, :48.93, and 1:14.36. Cambier Parc ranged up in the far turn to take a narrow lead once she straightened for home, but Rosario tipped Civil Union out three-wide and sent her between Cambier Parc and La Signare at the top of the stretch. Taking over at the 1/8 pole, the Shug McGaughey trainee dug deep and held off a late-rallying My Sister Nat to win the 1 1/4-mile firm inner turf route by a nose in 2:01.28. "It was close in the end, but she got the job done," Rosario said. "She's a push-button filly. When you want her to go, she's just there for you, so she makes it easy for us. She gallops and gallops and had enough left to finish. It's nice to ride those kinds." Cambier Parc weakened once headed and finished fourth ahead La Signare. Beau Belle and Lovely Luck completed the order of finish. Civil Union's win was her fourth straight that began against allowance rivals and continued in the River Memories Stakes and the Glens Falls Stakes (G2) last time out. The 5-year-old War Front mare improved her record to 8-5-1-1 with $396,810 earned for an owner/trainer combination that also won the 2017 running with War Flag. "When she started off this winter in Florida, I never imagined that she would be a Grade 1 winner," McGaughey said. "I liked her race (finishing third on January 30) and I didn't really know what to expect. She's progressed the right way. It's fun. She's a nice mare to train and nice to be around."
Now unbeaten through 4 career starts, Wertheimer and Frere homebred Happy Saver passed his latest test in Saturday's $250,000 Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park. The Jockey Club Gold Cup is a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” event, with Happy Saver receiving an automatic berth in the Longines Classic at Keeneland this November. Happy Saver broke from the rail under Irad Ortiz Jr. as the 2/1 second choice in the five-horse field and momentarily went to the lead before the 3/5 favorite Tacitus took over. While Happy Saver settled inside of fellow 3-year-old Mystic Guide, Tacitus posted opening fractions of :24.93, :49.68, and 1:13.61. Mystic Guide inched forward in the far turn and made a three-wide move past Tacitus for the lead, but he soon met a challenge from Happy Saver, surging along the rail. Outgunning Mystic Guide inside the 1/16 pole, the Todd Pletcher trainee crossed 3/4 of a length clear while completing the 1 1/4-mile fast dirt route in 2:01.77. "He has a big heart, like I told Todd in the paddock," Ortiz Jr. said after giving Pletcher his first victory in this race "He's a fighter. Every time he has a horse in front of him and when you ask him to go, he passes the horse and then he puts his ears up. He still had something after he went by (Mystic Guide)." Happy Saver's win streak, now at 4, began with a maiden-breaking debut over this course on June 20 before defeating older allowance rivals at Saratoga, then romping in the Federico Tesio Stakes at Laurel Park. The Super Saver colt's connections bypassed his free entry into last week's Preakness Stakes (G1) in favor of this spot, where the $137,500 first-place prize increased his career earnings to $273,400. "It was emotional," said Ortiz Jr., who was aboard the Pletcher-trained Vino Rosso (the eventual Breeders' Cup Classic [G1] winner) in last year's running. "I wanted to win it so bad. Last year, I got DQ'd and that was for Todd, too. He's a cool horse, a special horse. I rode him first time out and we knew he was a nice horse. Todd has always liked him." Thanks to the @racingdudes for the race recap. 📸 @eclipsesportswire
Bryan Hilliard homebred Second of July sprung his second big upset from as many career starts in Sunday's $100,000 Futurity Stakes (G3) at Belmont Park. The Futurity is a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” event, with Second of July receiving an automatic berth in the Juvenile Turf Sprint at Keeneland this November. Second of July broke a step slow from post 3 under Dylan Davis and lingered at the rear, ahead of just Bright Devil. Tipped out to run four-wide at the top of the stretch, Second of July fought gamely to get past his rivals in mid-stretch and take the lead. Digging deep late to fend off After Five, the Phil Gleaves-trained Second of July crossed a 1/2-length the best while completing the 6-furlong firm outer turf sprint in 1:09.33. "I knew he was very fit and sharp and doing good, so I knew he would run his race, but I just wasn't sure if it was going to be good enough, but it turned out to be," Gleaves said. "I was happy to see he had so much horse coming around the turn, and at that point, I knew we were going to run well. He just wore them down. Dylan does such a great job." After Five, the 2/1 favorite in the field of seven 2-year-olds, was unable to close on the winner and settled for second by a 1/2 over the early pacesetter Momos. County Final, Gypsy King, Trade Deal, and Bright Devil completed the order of finish. Sky's Not Falling and Newbomb were scratched. Kentucky Knight and Nutsie were Main Track Only entries. Second of July's win backed up his maiden-breaking debut at 68/1 odds over this course and distance on September 20. The Jack Milton gelding has now earned $89,650. "The first time out, he was pretty green about everything," Davis said. "Today, he was very professional and I hope he will be third time out. He was a lot better with the gate and the pony and the whole race scenario. He was a lot better for me. First time out, there were some heavy hitters and that's why he was a longshot. He ran great that day and he ran well again today. He was moving up in class and we were asking a lot of him. Phil did a great job getting him here." Thanks to the @RacingDudes for the race recap. 📸 @eclipsesportswire
Happy retirement to racing’s Queen, ENABLE! 👑🏇 In 2018, she did what other greats could not: become the only horse to win the Arc and @Longines #BreedersCup Turf the same year! Thanks for the memories! Wishing all the best to Enable in the next chapter of her life. 💜 📸 @eclipsesportswire
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