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A Breakdown of the Breeders’ Cup® By the Numbers

By Darragh Farrelly September 22, 2016

The Breeders’ Cup World Championships® is just six weeks away! The ultimate test of a thoroughbreds’ stamina and talent, this year-ending event showcases the best horses from around the globe. Now in its 33rd year, the Breeders’ Cup will see the best international stars go head-to-head at Santa Anita Park from November 4th.

Here, we examine the Breeders’ Cup numbers as the event draws ever closer! (click to view larger version)

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Breeders_Cup_2016.pngWhat sets the Breeders’ Cup apart is the level of racing spectators witness. With $28 million on offer over thirteen races, the best of the home-grown talent face off against a plethora of international talent, giving fans an unprecedented level of drama over the two days of racing!

Get on board with one of our unique packages that includes private secure entrances, access to exclusive in-track hospitality party venues on race days, celebrity meet-and-greets, and more!

 

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