Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 12, 2008
The 2008 Breeders Cup Meeting, which will be held at the Santa Anita race course is the horse racing betting highlight of the season in the United States, and this year a strong contingent of overseas runners are expected to lay down a strong challenge in several of the races.
The feature event is the $5 million 2008 Breeders Cup Classic, and the early ante-post betting for this race suggests that it will be an American match race between Curlin, the winner of the 2007 race and Big Brown, who captured the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes before failing in the illusive quest to claim the Triple Crown.
But what about picks for all the other big races that will take place during the two day meet? Who will win the Breeders Cup Sprint, how should you bet the Breeders Cup Turf, to say nothing of the Breeders Cup Mile? Fortunately the global horse racing information portal, RaceHorseOwner.com has announced that they will cover free handicapping picks for all these main races.
Race Horse Owner has also started running informative news articles on all the leading contenders. This is in keeping with their mission to become the ultimate international resource for the sport of kings, and simply by looking at sections like their top trainers, one gets an idea of the global nature of the reporting on this website.
Aidan O'Brien will certainly have a strong hand for the 2008 Breeders Cup as he looks to break the record for the most number of Group 1 races won in a single horse racing season. He will send out Henrythenavigator, Duke of Marmalade, and potentially a few other of his Ballydoyle superstars as well to try and capture some of these coveted races.
The horse racing handicappers at RaceHorseOwner feel that this may be his year: "The quality of US turf horses is very suspect this season, and while the Classic may well belong to the Americans a number of the other races seem to be destined for the overseas invasion. Besides O'Brien's runners we will look to recommend a betting strategy that includes horses like Archipenko, now trained by Mike de Kock, and possibly one of the best milers in the world, and New Approach."
RaceHorseOwner.com shot to prominence earlier this year with 2008 Dubai World Cup betting picks that returned enormous profits, and that trend continued with more free pick winners for the 2008 Royal Ascot Meeting. They offer biographies on leading trainers and jockeys from around the globe, as well as reviews of the most important races and the leading race courses in the world.