Back at what could be described as its spiritual home; the Breeders’ Cup contenders Juvenile Fillies Turf was first staged at Santa Anita Park in 2008 and an ungraded race. By 2010 it was a Grade 2 and since 2012 it has been ranked among the best juvenile races on the calendar.
Given that it is a turf race it’s thought and hoped that some of the top European trainers will bring their best fillies to compete, but the home contingent has dominated so far with Chad Brown in particular having been brilliant, winning 5 of the 11 runnings of this race.
Without showing any form of equine sexism, it remains true that stretching out at a mile is far enough for a juvenile but for a filly it can feel like just a few yards even further. With that in mind, finding contenders with a reasonable amount of stamina in their breeding could be the way to go.
As always read the form very carefully as when one filly wins by five lengths and another is beaten into second, that doesn’t automatically make the former better than the latter in the context of this race.
Check the fillies that all the top contenders have been racing against to see what they’ve each achieved and you can build up a pattern showing who you think has a great shot at the prize.
Here at TVG we can keep you on track with regular information on all races as we approach post time at Santa Anita in all of this year’s Breeders’ Cup races.
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