Breeders' Cup highlights using PPs

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November 5th, 2014

One of the benefits of being a member is free Past Performances when you wager, and this was truly a benefit at this year’s Breeders’ Cup World Championships, as’s proprietary handicapping information like PRIME POWER and Speed Ratings pointed to several winners.


Distaff: Untapable ranked first in BRIS Prime Power (154.7) by a 2.4-point margin & owned the top BRIS Back Speed number of 108. This was especially helpful for this race, as offered a 50% bonus on your first win wager, turning Untapable from 3-to-2 into nearly 3-to-1!

Dirt Mile: Goldencents led the way based upon Prime Power (149; nearly a three-point edge), Average Class Last 3 Starts (121.4) and BRIS Speed Last Race (104).

Juvenile Fillies Turf: Lady Eli ranked first by BRIS Late Pace (112) and second in Prime Power (151.6).

Juvenile Turf: European invader Hootenanny was first in Current Class (120.9).


Filly & Mare Turf: Dayatthespa tied for first (with runner-up Stephanie’s Kitten) in Speed Last Race (103) and was listed third by Prime Power (172). She easily topped the BRIS Early Pace Last Race column with a 93, 12 points better than her closest rival.

Filly & Mare Sprint: The top two finishers, Judy the Beauty and Sweet Reason, ranked second and third in Prime Power (146.3 and 145.4). Judy the Beauty was in the top three in Average Class Last 3 (121).

Turf Sprint: Bobby’s Kitten was third by Prime Power (162).

Turf: Main Sequence ranked second by Prime Power (172.5).

Sprint: Work All Week, a 20-1 winner, was second in Prime Power (150.8), only 0.1 points out of first.

Classic: Bayern owned the top Speed Last Race (109) and the front-runner was second by Late Pace Last Race (119).