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To celebrate the 22nd Breeders’ Cup, All Horse Racing is offering a risk free bet on the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic.
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“The Breeders’ Cup is the racing season’s end goal for many trainers. Right now, the weather for race day looks splendid for the riders and the crowd at Churchill Downs,” said Manley.
“In the past 4 years, the winning times have been evenly divided.
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Will the winner of the 2006 Breeders’ Cup Classic finish over or under 2:00.0 seconds?
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LOUISVILLE, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–All Horse Racing (www.allhorseracing.com), a privately held international gaming company, today announced the Annual Breeders’ Cup Special.
The final fields for all of the races will be completed at the Breeders’ Cup post-position draw on Wednesday, November 1st.
Other companies involved with online horse racing include Magna Entertainment Corp. Members have the ability to place wagers online on over 100 racetracks including Churchill Downs, Del Mar, Philadelphia Park, Pimlico Race Course and Belmont Park. Todd Pletcher alone has pre-entered a total of 18 horses. The one-day event takes place at different locations each year with the 2006 series being held at Churchill Downs.
All Horse Racing is a recognised leader in the online horse racing industry with a focus on the thoroughbred and harness horse racing market. (NASDAQ:MECA), Youbet (NASDAQ:UBET), TVG Network (NASDAQ:GMST) and Penn National Gaming (NASDAQ:PENN).
The Breeders’ Cup Championships is an annual series of horse races sponsored by the National Thoroughbred Association. Sometimes fast track conditions will make for a blazing time — but in the end, it is the horses and the jocks who determine the speed,” explained Leonard Manley, Director of Marketing at All Horse Racing.
. This year there are 121 pre-entered thoroughbreds