The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies features the rising stars of Thoroughbred racing and has given fans some of the most memorable moments in Breeders’ Cup history. Held on Breeders’ Cup Friday, the Juvenile Fillies has a purse of $2 million and is contested at a mile and a sixteenth. The race is often a determining factor in the Eclipse Award for champion two-year-old filly. Songbird delivered as the heavy favorite last year to top off her undefeated juvenile season.
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The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies the penultimate race on Breeders’ Cup Friday on November 4th from Santa Anita. Post time is 3:50 p.m. PDT.
Probable starters with odds
- Union Strike (4-1) – First crop stallion Union Rags is making a name for himself out of the gate. This filly recently switched from newcomer Shelbe Ruis to more experienced trainer Craig Dollase. Distance is going to be a question mark in what should be a wide open field.
- Noted and Quoted (5-1) – Checked off an important box with a win around two turns at Santa Anita in the Chandelier Stakes. It was a game effort and she logically should be a top contender.
- With Honors (6-1) – Ran well in the Chandelier but both victories to date have come on turf. Seems versatile and likely a better chance here than against Euros in Juvenile Fillies Turf.
- Sweet Loretta (8-1) – Undefeated 3 for 3 and a two-time graded stakes winner on the East Coast. No telling how good she may or may not be.
- Valadorna (8-1) – Big class test from maiden win to Breeders’ Cup but she looked brilliant at Keeneland and has the pedigree to keep getting better.
- Yellow Agate (8-1) – Did everything right to win the Frizette Stakes and Christophe Clement does not enter them in a major race unless they have a major chance.
- Daddy’s Lil Darling (10-1) – She has been consistent and has proven she can run against top graded stakes competition. A sneaky outside longshot contender.
- Dancing Rags (10-1) – Like Clement, Graham Motion does not enter them in big races without a big shot. Still on the fence whether or not she goes to the Breeders’ Cup but could be worth a look.
- Jamyson ‘n Ginger (12-1) – How much did the off track move her up in the maiden win? She will have a lot of questions to answer.
- Champagne Room (15-1) – She is better than the Chandelier may indicate and got the worst of a rough trip. Home track advantage helps.
All entries are unofficial. Final entries and Post Position draw for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies will take place on Monday, Oct. 31.