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World Thoroughbred Championships
Bessemer Trust Breeders' Cup Juvenile

Updated: 11/03/2009

Friday: Marathon   Juvenile Fillies Turf   Juvenile Fillies   F&M Turf   F&M Sprint   Ladies Classic  
Saturday: Juvenile Turf   Turf Sprint   Sprint   Juvenile   Mile   Dirt Mile   Turf   Classic

Race Distance Age/Sex Purse Post Time
Grey Goose Breeders' Cup Juvenile (G1) 1 1/16 Miles 2 Year Old Colts & Geldings $2 Million 3:49pm ET

The Juvenile was oversubscribed at pre-entry time with 20 horses pre-entered and only 14 can start. Final entries only had 13 horses.

Note:   * by the horse's name indicates he is guaranteed a spot in the field due to winning a Breeders' Cup Challenge "Win and You're In" race.

PostHorse                      Trainer                  JockeyOdds
1Alfred NobelAidan O'BrienJohn Murtagh20-1
2PiscitelliGregory SaccoKent Desormeaux 50-1
3BeethovenAidan O'BrienRyan Moore 20-1
4Noble's Promise *Ken McPeekWillie Martinez8-1
5D' FunnyboneRichard Dutrow Jr.Edgar Prado5-2
6PulsionPatrick BianconeMike Smith 20-1
7Vale of YorkSaeed bin SuroorAhmed Ajtebi 20-1
8EskendereyaTodd PletcherJavier Castellano 10-1
9AikeniteTodd PletcherAlan Garcia8-1
10AspireEddie KenneallyJulien Leparoux30-1
11RadioheadBrian MeehanMartin Dwyer 15-1
12William's KittenMichael MakerRamon Dominguez 30-1
13Lookin At Lucky *Bob BaffertGarrett Gomez8-5

Friday: Marathon   Juvenile Fillies Turf   Juvenile Fillies   F&M Turf   F&M Sprint   Ladies Classic  
Saturday: Juvenile Turf   Turf Sprint   Sprint   Juvenile   Mile   Dirt Mile   Turf   Classic

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