Breeders Cup 2019 Afternoon Odds

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Don Shapiro
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Gambling911.com has your afternoon 2019 Breeders Cup Classic updated odds as the race nears this evening.

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McKinzie continued to hold as the favorite (7-2), followed by Code of Honor at 4-1.

Following four second place finishes this year, Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith has been replaced with Joel Rosario to saddle up on the Breeders Cup Classic favorite.

“He needs to get away from the gate and get into the race early,” trainer Bob Baffert said. “That’s the way he wants to run and he gets stronger as he goes. But he’s got to show up that day. I’ve seen great fields put together but a lot of horses don’t show up. It’s who shows up is going to get the big prize.”

McKinzie has lost three straight at Santa Anita this year.

“That’s why I did the jockey switch,” Baffert said.

Breeders' Cup Classic Post Positions (Odds)

1. Math Wizard (33-1)

2. Seeking the Soul (28-1)

3. Owendale (18-1)

4. War of Will (25-1)

5. Yoshida (6-1)

6. Elate (15-2)

7. Higher Power (14-1)

8. McKinzie (7-2)

9. Mongolian Groom (20-1)

10. Vino Rosso (5-1)

11. Code of Honor (4-1) 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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