Mendelssohn Breeders Cup Odds

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Oct/31/2018

Mendelssohn Breeder Cup Classic odds to win were coming in at 9/1.

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Making his debut on dirt, Mendelssohn turned in one of the most impressive prep races when he demolished the field of the UAE Derby by 18 ½ lengths in track record time. 

Mendelssohn was unable to replicate at this year's Kentucky Derby, mainly due to a muddy track.  In fact, he finished dead last following a horrid start.   Weather conditions for Saturday's race were expected to be partly cloudy.

Trainer Aiden O’Brien believes Mendelssohn is different than his past Classic runners. He has long pointed to the 1 1/4-mile feature on dirt with multiple starts beforehand.

“He has started his prep, we have been happy with his three runs up to it, and we’ve been happy with him since,” O’Brien told  the Irish Times.

“We think he has progressed with every run since. (Jockey) Ryan (Moore) was very happy with him on the last day.”

Odds to Win the 2018 Breeders Cup Classic

Accelerate 2-1
West Coast 7-1
Catholic Boy 4-1
Mendelssohn 9-1
Mckinzie 7-1
Roaring Lion 8-1
Mind Your Biscuits 15-1
Pavel 15-1
Thunder Snow 20-1
Yoshida 20-1
Gunnevera 25-1
Collected 35-1
Discreet Lover 31-1
Bravazo 45-1
Axelrod 50-1
Lone Sailor 50-1
Seeking The Soul 50-1

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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