For those that like statistics and information, the Breeders’ Cup Media Center is worth a look. Thorough recaps from each year can be found as well as searchable database with all sorts of data. For example, there has been one Minnesota bred to run in the Breeders’ Cup. Booly competed in the 1992 Juvenile Fillies and finished ninth. Also find all-time leaders and money earners, press releases and contenders for each race on Nov. 6 and 7.
The Daily Racing Form website (https://www.drf.com/ ), known for good reporting and insight, has a Breeders’ Cup section, regularly updated with articles about each of the 14 BC races. Each race analysis also has a list of contenders and suggested odds from Brad Free and David Aragona along with comments from the likes of Jay Privman and David Grening.
Like some bombers and want to further capitalize? Play the Crack The Cup Contest and win cash! The entry fee is ten bucks. One selection is made (plus an alternate) for each of the 14 races. Points are awarded based on mutuel payouts. One race each of the days must be selected as a double-point race where the hammer is dropped. Conviction leads. Entries taken Nov. 5 through post of first BC race on Nov. 6.