Breeders Stakes Odds FAQ
The Breeders Stakes 2020 will take place on Saturday, November 7, starting at 12:00 PM. The final race for the Breeders Stakes typically begins around 5:40 PM.
The Breeders Stakes 2020 is at the Woodbine Racetrack, located about a half-hour north of Toronto.
The Breeders Stakes 2020 is the third and final race in the Canadian Triple Crown. It features three-year-old horses foaled in Canada and is the longest of the three Triple Crown races.
The winner of the 2019 Breeders Stakes was Tone Broke. Tone Broke’s odds to win were 2.50 at the start of the race, second best to Avie’s Flatter.
No, the winner of the 2019 Breeders Stakes will not race in the finals at the Breeders Stake 2020. Only three-year-old foals are eligible.
Full betting odds on the Breeders Stakes 2020 open closer to the start of the event, typically after the second leg of the Canadian Triple Crown – The Prince of Wales Stakes – concludes on July 23. Some early odds on winners guaranteed in the race may open earlier.
You can wager on Breeders Stakes odds online through our partners’ sites. The top-ranked online sportsbooks to bet on the Breeders Stakes 2020 are found on our Horse Betting sites page.
The most popular type of bet to place on the Breeders Stakes is what horse will win the race. Bettors can also bet on a horse to place or show (finish top two or three), what horses will come first and second, first to third and first to fourth.
The number of horses at the Breeders Stakes differ yearly. The number of horses is capped at ten, with 2017 and 2018 seeing nine horses take the track in the Breeders Stakes.
The total purse or the Breeders Stakes 2020 is $400,000, with the winner receiving 60% or $240,000 CDN. The amount can change if less than eight horses enter the race.
It certainly is possible to bet on the Breeders’ Stakes from home. There are two main ways in which bettors can access the horse racing markets, which are via the racebook on the website or via a mobile phone app. Both are excellent betting avenues, though for both options to function users must have access to the internet.
While there are many sportsbooks that claim to be the best out there. But, it’s difficult for a neutral to decide on the very best. However, the experts here at Canada Sports Betting made life easier for Breeders Cup bettors with our recommended list of sportsbooks. Also, In terms of the top-tier racebook providers, we’d have to recommend the likes bet365 and BetWay.
Promotions vary from provider to provider, as they are always in competition to draw in as many players as possible. Around the time of big races, it’s worth shopping around the various sportsbooks and seeing which offers the best odds, markets and promotions before placing the first wager.
A common question among bettors and one which has led to major providers lobbying for the rights to show races. On the odd occasion, bookies will offer live streaming of races, but it’s not something to expect as the Breeders Cup approaches.
Racebooks are for the purists, offering a true bettors market. The King of Sports has been around so long it offers a broad range of markets to players. The most common types of bets are still Moneylines and place bets, but there is a range of other bets. They are as follows:
The Breeders’ Cup is such a big meet it always has it’s own markets, which are sometimes known as exotic wagers rather than prop bets. We touched on it before, but the types of bets you’ll see are Trifectas and Superfecta, which involve placing numerous horses in order to payout.
Bettors can expect to see a variety of these types of exotic wagers for each individual race over the Breeders’ Cup weekend. So, shop around sportsbooks and keep your eye open for great props!