Breeders’ Cup Big Ass Fans Dirt Mile
- 2020 Location: Keeneland Race Track
- Inaugural Race: 2007
- Distance: 1 mile (8 Furlongs)
- Track Type: Left-handed, Dirt
- Age Qualifications: Three-year-olds and up
- 2020 Purse: $1.0 million
- 2020 Race Date: Saturday, November 7th
2020 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile - Results & Payouts
Below are the final results and payouts from the 2020 Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile:
|POST||HORSE||JOCKEY||WIN / PLACE / SHOW|
$5.60 / $5.00 / $3.80
$33.60 / $11.80
Irad Ortiz Jr.
Brian Hernandez Jr.
War of Will
Jorge Vargas Jr.
- $1.00 Exacta (5-11) Paid: $109.80
- $0.50 Trifecta (5-11-2) Paid: $729.80
- $0.10 Superfecta (5-11-2-10) Paid: $616.15
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Dirt Mile Race History
The Breeders’ Cup began in 1984 as a single-day event, but expanded to a two-day event in 2007. The Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile came into existence in 2007, and was part of the World Championships’ first day of expansion. The first two Dirt Mile races were not graded, but the American Graded Stakes Committee upgraded the race to grade-one status in 2009.
The Dirt Mile is a one-mile (or eight-furlong) race, usually run on a dirt surface, left-handed for three-year-olds and up and features a purse of $1 million. Since inception, the Dirt Mile has been won by horses aged 3, 4, 5, and 6. As part of the Breeders’ Cup Challenge “Win and You’re In” prep race qualifying circuit, the Dirt Mile division awards up to three automatic berths each year.
The first ever running of the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile in 2007 was won by the four-year-old Corinthian.
Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile - Race Records
Reference the boxes below to view the historical records for the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile:
Albertus Maximus (2008)
Most Wins by a Jockey
Rafael Bejarano (2013, 2014)
Most Wins by a Trainer
Jerry Hollendorfer (2010, 2017)
Most Wins by an Owner
W.C. Racing (2013, 2014)
Historical Results for Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile
In the table below, view a historical record of the winning trainers, thoroughbreds, jockeys, and times for every Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile race.
Korea Racing Authority
Spun to Run
Irad Ortiz Jr.
Juan Carlos Guerrero
Robert P. Donaldson
City of Light
Mr. & Mrs. William K Warren Jr.
Battle Of Midway
Don Alberto Stable and WinStar Farm LLC
Mike E. Smith
Teresa Viola Racing Stables
W. C. Racing
W. C. Racing, Kenney, Dave and RAP Racing
Winchell Thoroughbreds LLC
D. Von Hemel
McNeil Stables, LLC and Cheyenne Stables, LLC
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