The 2016 Breeders’ Cup wagering odds are yet to be released as the field for the race have not been determined. The lengthy process by which horses earn their right to compete in any of the 13 races is called the Breeders’ Cup Challenge Races, and runs throughout the summer and fall. Posts for the 2016 Breeders’ Cup will be announced in mid-October.
Bettors will always pay their due diligence to the Breeders’ Cup simply due to the magnitude of the event. There’s over $25 million in purse money being awarded over the course of the November 4th-5th weekend, with a priceless amount of prestige as well. The Breeders’ Cup Classic is the final event and runs on Saturday evening, serving as the world championships of horse racing.
With the 2016 Breeders’ Cup odds coming your way in the fall, BreedersCupWagering.com is in information gathering mode. It’s our job to provide you with all the latest results, news and analysis so that you can make an informed decision on your bets when this massive event punctuates the season.
Odds for the 2016 Breeders’ Cup will be as tight as ever, as is always the case when the elite contenders gather in one location.
This year we have the potential of two Kentucky Derby winners meeting in the Breeders’ Cup Classic as 2014 Derby winner California Chrome has qualified through the Win and You’re In challenge and 2016 winner Nyquist has enough earnings and is Breeders’ Cup nominated.
As we march closer through the fall season, the 2016 Breeders’ Cup odds will be released and BreedersCupWagering is your best destination for info, picks and insider tips!
To get you started, check out our Breeders’ Cup Betting for tips on how to properly wager on horse racing. We’ve also included a table below that outlines how horse racing odds payout.