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The Sprint – 2010 Breeders Cup Championship Picks

2010 Breeders’ Cup Race Preview – The Sprint

The 2010 Breeders’ Cup will be run on November 5th and 6th from Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. This year’s Cup features 14 races over the two day period with 6 races scheduled for Friday and 8 races slated to run on Saturday.

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The Sprint – Saturday November 6th Post Time: 2:30 P.M. (EST)

The Sprint is a weight for age stakes race for Thoroughbreds age 3 and up. It is contested on a dirt track at a distance of 6 Furlongs with a total prize purse of $2,000,000. There are four automatic bids awarded from wins in a designated Challenge Race for this division and the rest of the field is determined by total points earned over the course of the racing season.

The following is a look at a few of the favorites that are expected to run this race.

Big Drama

The horse will most likely go off as the odd-on-favorite in the Sprint as he enters this race with an impressive 2010 resume. In June he took first in the non-graded $65,000 Ponche Handicap at Calder. A month later he followed that up with a huge victory in the grade II $350,000 Smile Sprint Handicap at Calder which earned him an automatic “Win and You’re In” entry into the Sprint. Big Drama finished second in the grade I $250,000 Forego Stakes at Saratoga his last time out.

Smiling Tiger

This horse earned an automatic “Win and You’re In” entry into the Sprint with a victory in the grade I $250,000 Ancient Title Stakes at Hollywood Park on Oct.9. He was able to hold off a fast-closing Supreme Summit down the stretch to win by a half-length. He also won the grade I $250,000 Bing Crosby Stakes at Del Mar back in early August.

Wise Dan

Earlier this year, he won a $21,000 Maiden Weight Special at Turfway and a $50,000 Allowance Optional Claiming race at Churchill Downs. He earned an automatic entry into the Sprint by winning the grade III $175,000 Phoenix Stakes at Keeneland. He won the race by a convincing 3 ½ lengths over Warrior’s Reward.

Supreme Summit

Impressed with his horse’s performance in a second-place finish in the Ancient Title Stakes, owner Joseph Lacombe has stated that he is willing to pay $100,000 to have him supplemented to the Sprint as well as pay the additional $60,000 in starting and entry fees. Supreme Summit has three wins this year and $233,110 in total earnings.

Predicted winner of the 2010 Sprint: Big Drama

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