2021 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Picks

2021 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Picks

Category : News - Tue 02/11/2021 - 08:38 EDT

Let’s have a look at the 2021 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf betting picks and predictions.

The Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf (G1) is coming up on Friday, November 5 as part of the Future Stars Friday card! One of the leading preps for this race, the Win and You’re In Summer Stakes (G1), took place at Woodbine earlier this fall. Now, Summer Stakes winner Albahr will take on a field of top juvenile turf horses from all over the world!

The one-mile Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf features a $1 million purse, making it one of the most lucrative opportunities for top two-year-old grass horses. Its past champions have included the likes of Oscar Performance and Mendelssohn. Who will add his name to this list?

Keep reading to find out the best horses to bet in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf!

Where to Bet the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf

Even if you can’t make it to the Breeders’ Cup, you can still have a fun and profitable experience betting the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf online! Our guide to the best online racebooks in Canada can help you choose an online sportsbook with the best odds, trusted deposits and cash-outs, and smooth user interfaces.

This is a great time to sign up for an online sportsbook, especially since they are offering profitable bonuses for Breeders’ Cup betters. Get to know the best racebooks in Canada, create your account at one or more of them, and then cash in with the best odds and sportsbook bonuses for playing horse races, both at the Breeders’ Cup and all year long!

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Contenders

Handicapping the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf begins with getting to know the contenders. 

2021 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Field

This is the official field for the 2021 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf including post positions, trainers, jockeys, and morning lines:

  1. Modern Games (Charles Appleby/William Buick) – 5/1
  2. Albahr (Charles Appleby/Frankie Dettori) – 6/1
  3. Dakota Gold (Danny Gargan/Luis Saez) – 8/1
  4. Tiz the Bomb (Kenneth McPeek/Brian Hernandez, Jr.) – 8/1
  5. Slipstream (Christophe Clement/Joel Rosario) – 12/1
  6. Mackinnon (Doug O’Neill/Juan Hernandez) – 8/1
  7. Great Max (Michael Bell/John Velazquez) – 20/1
  8. Glounthaune (Aidan O’Brien/Ryan Moore) – 12/1
  9. Stolen Base (Michael Maker/Umberto Rispoli) – 20/1
  10. Portfolio Company (Chad Brown/Flavien Prat) – 6/1
  11. Grafton Street (Mark Casse/Tyler Gaffalione) – 15/1
  12. Credibility (Mark Casse/Mike Smith) – 30/1
  13. Coinage (Mark Casse/Florent Geroux) – 15/1
  14. Dubawi Legend (Hugo Palmer/James Doyle) – 4/1
  15. Ready to Purrform (Brad Cox/Irad Ortiz) – 20/1 – ALSO ELIGIBLE
  16. Detroit City (Jack Sisterson/Jose Lezcano) – 30/1 – ALSO ELIGIBLE

Note that Ready to Purrform and Detroit City will only draw into the field, in that order, if opponents scratch.

Keep in mind that these morning line odds are not guaranteed. Instead, your best bet is to sign up for an online sportsbook, where you can lock in your odds when you see an overlay on a horse you think can win the race.

Free Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Picks

The next step is to get handicapping! Let’s get to know the best horses in the 2021 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Favorites

#14 Dubawi Legend will probably go off favoured, after a second-place finish in the Dewhurst Stakes (G1), a proper British Group 1. Between that and his tactical speed, he is appealing, and he also has the pedigree for the stretch out. However, be careful in the win pool, as he will be a fairly short price going the first-time route from a tough gate.

Trainer Charlie Appleby has a pair, though both drew tough gates. #1 Modern Games is the more appealing of the two. He has won three of his last four, is tactically versatile and is well-bred for the stretch to the mile. #2 Albahr, the Summer Stakes winner, fits on his best but his hit-or-miss nature from the gate makes him a likely underlay.

#10 Portfolio Company is trained by top turf trainer Chad Brown and gets excellent West Coast grass rider Flavien Prat in the irons. His tactical speed should help him handle this near-outside gate, and he has proven his stamina, as all three of his previous races have been two turns. Though he must turn tables on Coinage, Portfolio Company gets a bit more pace to chase this time.

Other Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Contenders

#4 Tiz the Bomb is the most intriguing horse in the entire field. His trainer Ken McPeek has caught fire lately and has a chance to continue his hot streak on the biggest stage. Tiz the Bomb has the tactical versatility to handle this large field, as he has already shown. He will need a career-best, but he has the tools to do so.

#3 Dakota Gold will take the interest off a big-figure victory in the Nownownow Stakes on September 26. However, there are reasons to be skeptical at a shorter price. The relatively inside gate is a drawback, and it is even more of a concern that trainer Danny Gargan tends to underperform on the biggest stages.

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Longshot

Though #5 Slipstream has yet to go two turns, his trainer Christophe Clement excels when stretching horses out to two turns for the first time and he has the pedigree to make it a mile. His last two wins have come on turf, showing two different running styles, giving him tactical options in a large field.

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Free Bets

Here are your best bets for the 2021 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf:

  • $20 to win – #4 Tiz the Bomb
  • $1 exacta box -  #4 Tiz the Bomb, #10 Portfolio Company, #14 Dubawi Legend
  • $0.50 trifecta box – #4 Tiz the Bomb, #5 Slipstream, #10 Portfolio Company, #14 Dubawi Legend
  • $0.20 superfecta box – #1 Modern Games, #4 Tiz the Bomb, #5 Slipstream, #10 Portfolio Company, #14 Dubawi Legend

Check out this list of top sportsbooks in Canada, choose the bonuses that are right for you, and place your bets.

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