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Breeders Cup Gambling - Breeders Cup Turf Sprint

Breeders Cup gambling handicappers are preparing for a phenomenal Saturday, November 6 of excitement that will feature 8 races for gambling on Breeders Cup action.

Breeders Cup gambling fans will have the 5 furlong and lightning fast Turf Sprint to evaluate as one of the races for gambling on Breeders Cup excitement.

The Grade II Breeders Cup Turf Sprint will have a purse of $1 million and will be telecast on ABC at 3:15 PM Eastern Time.

Chamberlain Bridge is the leader of this division and will be among the favorites in this race.  Chamberlain Bridge will enter Breeders Cup bet action coming off a disappointing 4th place finish in the Grade III Woodford on October 9.

Prior to that Chamberlain Bridge scored a win in the Pennsylvania Governor’s Cup on July 31 and was also the winner in the June 26 Arlington Sprint Handicap.  On April 30 Chamberlain Bridge finished 2nd in the Grade III Churchill Downs Turf Sprint.

Unzip Me is going to run with the boys as one of the hottest fillies to enter the field with the Breeders Cup odds.  Unzip Me has won 6 out of her last 7 races including her last 2 consecutive starts.  On September 30 Unzip Me won the Grade III Senator Ken Maddy at Hollywood and on August 2 she won the Grade III Royal North at Woodbine.

Gilt Edge Girl is yet another lady with the hot hand that will go up against the boys in this race.  She ranks 2nd in the division and is coming off a Grade I win in the Prix de I’Abbaye de Longchamp on October 3.

Silver Timber should be another popular choice as he is coming off a win in the Grade III Woodford on October 9 at Keeneland and has won 8 of his last 12 races.

Fatal Bullet could be another popular Breeders Cup gambling selection in this race as he has finished in the money in 5 consecutive races although he did not post a win.

Central City is coming off 5 consecutive races in which he finished in the money and is coming off a 2nd place finish in the Grade III Woodford.

Silver Timber was the winner of the Woodford and has won 4 of his last 6 races overall including Grade III wins this year in the Churchill Downs Turf Sprint and the Shakedown.