Breeders Cup Classic 2016 Betting Tips, Strategies, Picks

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Nov/04/2016 has a few good Breeders Cup Classic 2016 betting tips and strategies along with picks.

California Chrome One of the Top Picks

He’s the favorite, and at +110 odds, California Chrome is irresistible with some nice betting value.  Chrome is currently on a 6-for-6 streak looking to go perfect on the year.

California Chrome vs. Arrogate

Probably one of the better strategies when betting the Breeders Cup Classic 2016 is to focus on California Chrome’s toughest competition – at least on paper – and that would be Arrogate.

The Blue Grass Wise Man of Forbes writes:

I think the track odds on Chrome are fair, actually. Talk about indestructible. There aren’t really words to describe what he has accomplished, and it’s a kind of Seabiscuit fairy tale, if you want to know the truth, what with his relative lack of pedigree and his strength. He’s also the horse of a lifetime for his trainer, and for his owners, and for his jockey. All that said, the architecture of Arrogate, if that’s the right word for it, is shockingly beautiful. Arrogate is that kid that comes out of college into the big leagues and you just know he’s going to get better. The question is, is he good enough now to beat Chrome. It’s a big test for him. That’s the essence of the Breeders’, right there.

Track Experience and Success

Familiarity: Melatonin, at 9-1 odds, won the Santa Anita Handicap and Gold Cup at Santa Anita.  This year’s Breeders Cup will be run at Santa Anita. 

Breeders Cup Classic 2016 Betting Odds

California Chrome +110

Arrogate 3-1

Frosted 4-1

Melatonin 9-1

Effinex 15-1

Hoppertunity 15-1

Keen Ice 20-1

Shaman Ghost 20-1

War Story 35-1

Win the Space 35-1

- Don Shapiro,

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