2024 Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf Betting Odds at Del Mar racecourse

Friday, 01 November 2024

Ghostwriter runs for trainer Clive Cox when it comes to this Day One Breeders’ Cup meeting, with the horse having obliged with three successive victories this season. The two-year-old should put up a decent showing and the same applies to Unquestionable who has also shown plenty of promise already this term.

The two horses are trading at similar prices for this encounter, while Arabian Crown has also been racking up the wins in the Godolphin colours. Chief Little Rock is available at a similar price and there could be money for Deepone, River Tiber and Capulet who all boast solid credentials. Look out for the best each-way terms for the horses you want to back.

2023 Juvenile Turf Tips

Ghostwriter has racked up three successive wins in a fairly short career and perhaps there will be some crowning glory in the Breeders Cup. The two-year-old runs for trainer Clive Cox and the last success came in the Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes where the 100/30 shot was able to oblige over one mile at Newmarket.

This came after a success as the 10/11 favourite in a Novice Stakes race at Ascot, with the horse beginning a career by winning a Maiden Stakes. Unquestionable should also go well although there has only been one victory in five outings. Nevertheless, there was a second-placed finish in the Qatar Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere at Longchamp.

Arabian Crown has the credentials to run a big race, with victories coming at Sandown, Salisbury and Newmarket. The last success came in the Zetland Stakes where the horse demonstrated good stamina to oblige over a mile and two furlongs. William Buick is once again likely to be on board a talented runner with more to offer.

Chief Little Rock runs for trainer Aidan O’Brien and has twice been runner-up in the past two outings. There was no disgrace finishing second in the Emirates Autumn Stakes when finishing second to joint-favourite Ancient Wisdom, with this coming after a second-placed finish in the Beresford Stakes at the Curragh.

2022 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Tips

Silver Knott was able to storm home to win the Emirates Autumn Stakes and that bagged Charlie Appleby and William Buick a third straight win in this race. However, what made this victory especially impressive was that it was achieved with a three pound penalty compared to predecessors Coroebus, One Ruler and Ghaiyyath.

There had previously been a shortening of the odds for this Breeders’ Cup race after landing the spoils in the Solario Stakes, with the horse then running in the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster although the runner struggled on the ground in south Yorkshire, with many looking at the horse as a classic challenger next term.

Auguste Rodin runs for Aidan O’Brien and this is a trainer who has obliged with a victory in this race on four different occasions. However, the last one of these was in 2017 when Mendelssohn scored a victory. The latest Coolmore hopeful ticks lots of boxes and Leopardstown Racecourse played host to the KPMG Champions Juvenile Stakes.

On that occasion, the horse came up trumps in the Group 2 encounter at betting odds of 11/2, with Packs A Whalop set to be respected. He’s a horse that is homegrown and Jeff Mullins has seen the two-year-old land a double at Del Mar. Then came an even money victory in the Zuma Beach Stakes and there could be some value in backing him.