The Friday Show Presented By Breeders’ Cup: The World Comes To Kentucky

There is always a lot to absorb when pre-entries for the Breeders’ Cup world championships are announced, and this year was no exception. Multiple oversubscribed fields – especially in the turf contests – will make handicapping many of the 14 races at Keeneland in Lexington, Ky., on Nov. 6-7 a serious challenge.

In this week’s Friday Show, Paulick Report bloodstock editor Joe Nevills and news editor Chelsea Hackbarth (who will be pulling double duty next week aboard her pony escorting international horses to the racetrack for training) join Ray Paulick to discuss the races and horses they are looking forward to the most and how the results of key races may impact Horse of the Year voting later this year.

Will the winner of the $6-million Classic get an automatic Horse of the Year vote, or are there some scenarios that would allow for someone from another division – possibly Swiss Skydiver or Monomoy Girl from the filly/mare ranks or juvenile sensation Jackie’s Warrior – an opportunity to get enough support?

Watch this week’s Friday Show below.

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