Undefeated superstar Flightline is the main attraction at the Breeders’ Cup on Saturday, while Doncaster hosts November’s Handicap meeting, all live on Sky Sports Racing.
9.40 Keeneland – Flightline offers to make it a super six in Classic
It’ll be all eyes on line of flight as the Breeders’ Cup reaches its climax with Longines Classic Breeders Cup (9.40) in Keenland.
John Sadler’s superstar is five out of five in his career but it’s the impressive manner of his wins that has rightly placed him as the best horse in the world.
He faces seven in opposition, the main danger seeming to come from Steve Asmussen Epicenteran unlucky second in the Kentucky Derby earlier this year before returning to winning ways in the Jim Dandy and the Travers in Saratoga.
Dubai World Cup fourth Life is Beautifulcoach of Todd Pletcher, should give Flightline food for thought, while Bob Baffert leads the winner of the Pennsylvania Derby Taiba.
8.40 Keeneland – Big Money Mishriff take on well imagined pair Appleby
British trainer Charlie Appleby picked up three Breeders’ Cup winners last year and looks likely to add to his tally in the Longines Breeders’ Cup Turf (8.40).
He saddles two of the main contenders to The Rebels novel and Pride of Nations – the latter the choice of stable jockey William Buick, while James Doyle climbs aboard the former.
Winners in the United States in their last two starts, Nations Pride have plenty of experience in their travels, notably when they were second in the Belmont Derby, while Rebel’s Romance arrives after three consecutive successes.
Frankie Dettori boards former Saudi Arabian Cup winner and Juddmonte International Mishriffa star in his day but in need of a big run after finishing 13th in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.
by William Mott war like goddessthird in Filly & Mare Turf at last year’s Breeders’ Cup, leads the home challenge.
4.29 Keeneland – Golden Pal and Highfield Princess face off in Turf Sprint
In one of the most exciting matches of the two-day meeting, golden friend and Princess Highfield are about to face each other in freshman year Breeders’ Cup Grass Sprint (4.29).
Wesley Ward’s Golden Pal has a hugely impressive resume, winning the last two Breeders’ Cups, including in this race last year and is a four-time winner at this track.
John Quinn’s Highfield Princess have been in remarkable form this year, winning three consecutive Group 1 titles in France, Great Britain and Ireland.
Ward also saddles the former Commonwealth Cup star CampanelleMount Dettori, while Buick and Appleby are represented by creative force.
3.13 Doncaster – Israr and Cemhaan are among the 22 in November Handicap
This is a fiercely competitive renewal of the BetGoodwin November Handicap (3.13) in Doncaster where 22 riders are lining up in what will certainly be grueling conditions.
John and Thady Gosden’s three-year-old child Israel will top the bets after being super impressive when winning here on their last outing.
Cemhaan had a splendid campaign for George Baker and his coach has been targeting this event since last winning at Newmarket in August.
by Alan King tritonic is an all-around operator and will lead the lower weights at 5lb plaintiff Callum Hutchinson. Winner of last year Farhan is another to consider from a top mark of 11 lbs.
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