Pay Per Head Preview: The Breeders Cup Top 3 Horses To Leverage

Written by:
Published on:

The 2017 Breeders’ Cup World Thoroughbred Championships take place on Nov. 3 and Nov. 4. Per head agents should start promoting Breeders’ Cup betting this weekend.

A great way for pay per head agents to promote betting on the Breeders’ Cup is to leverage popular horses. Check out a suggestion on horses to leverage in marketing messages for the 2017 Breeders’ Cup.

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile – Bolt D’Oro

Bolt D’Oro is ranked first on Watchmaker’s Watch, Mike Watchmaker’s weekly division rankings found on DRF.

Bolt D’Oro is an undefeated two-year-old colt that figures to be the winterbook favorite for the Kentucky Derby should he win the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile.

The Kentucky Derby remains the United States’ most popular horse race.

Leveraging marketing messages around the undefeated Bolt D’Oro turning a BC Juvenile win into Kentucky Derby favoritism could lead to huge interest on the BC Juvenile.

Breeders’ Cup Sprint – Drefong

Not only is he trained by Bob Baffert, Drefong is also looking to repeat as the Breeders’ Cup Sprint Champion. Drefong goes into the BC Sprint having won the Grade 1 Forego at Saratoga.

His rider, Mike Smith, is one of the greatest jockeys to ever live.

We Americans are always interested in speed. Drefong is one of the fastest horses to ever win the BC Sprint.

That alone is a fact about Drefong that online bookie agents can leverage to more action in their online racebooks on Breeders’ Cup races.

Another bit of information is that Drefong should go off at underlay odds. What that means is that horseplayers could make more money by betting against Drefong than by betting for him.

There are plenty of ways to leverage the Bob Baffert blur that is Drefong to pump Breeders’ Cup betting action.

Breeders’ Cup Classic – Arrogate

Talk about online racebook action leveraging opportunities! Arrogate is the winningest horse in thoroughbred horse racing history.

Arrogate has earned over $11.3 million in only 10 races run.

He won the first ever Pegasus World Cup in 2016 after winning the Breeders’ Cup Classic. He could become only the second horse to ever win back-to-back BC Classics.

He’s also trained by Bob Baffert, American Pharoah’s trainer, and ridden by Mike Smith. Arrogate might go down as the greatest race horse of all time with a second win in the BC Classic.

Other Breeders’ Cup Horses For Online Bookies to Leverage

Breeders’ Cup Distaff – Stellar Wind is the top-rated distaffer in the U.S.

Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf – Lady Eli goes for a Breeders’ Cup win after almost having died in 2015. She lost the BC Filly and Mare Turf last year by a nose.

Breeders’ Cup Turf – Can Highland Reel repeat as Breeders’ Cup Turf Champion?

Pay per head agents: Start getting your bettors excited about the Breeders’ Cup and horse racing. Find out who your horse racing bettors are, and start planning your marketing messages.

PayPerHead.com offers over 80 horse tracks to keep your bettors interested and spending more money.

Sign up with PayPerHead for a 7-day Free trial, then call in before the trial is up, and find out how you can get PayPerHead’s Prime Package for just $3 per head! 

Experience a premium sportsbook management software today.

Horse Racing News

Malaysian Horse Racing

Malaysian Horse Racing: A History of the Sport

The history of horse racing in Malaysia is largely influenced by Australian racing. The country's interest in racing was first evident in the 1880s, when organizers began setting up large race meetings twice a year. In 1896, the Straits Racing Association and Penang Turf Club were established. As a result, horse racing in Malaysia has a rich history. 

2022 Belmont Stakes Morning Odds

We the People was the 2-1 favorite coming into the 2022 Belmont Stakes with the morning odds.  His odds had been pushed to 6-1 by early afternoon.

Can I Bet the Preakness Stakes on the Caesars Sportsbook App?

Can I Bet the Preakness Stakes on the Caesars Sportsbook App?

In March, Caesars Sportsbook announced it will soon be teaming up with another popular horse racing platform to offer betting on dozens of races throughout the world.  Customers using the Caesars app reported not being able to bet this year's Kentucky Derby and the same seems to be applying to this weekend's Preakness Stakes.