The organization of the Breeders’ Cup, one of the most important international competitions in horse racing, announced that the 2019 edition will be held at Santa Anita. This is the venue with the most Breeders’ Cup organized in the history of the competition. Those are great news if you were waiting for this major event. So, hurry up and get the best odds for Breeders’ Cup only available when you open an original Betfair account via a betting service.
The racecourse at Arcadia, which has already invested $35 million in renovations, will host the event on Friday. The dates are November 1 and Saturday, November 2, 2019. In addition, the latest horse racing news revealed that they will invest $5 million in the remodeling of the restaurants on the fourth and fifth floors. Also, the suites and tables near the finish line will have improvements. During the press conference in Santa Anita, they also revealed that the 2020 edition will be at Kentucky’s Keeneland Race Course and Del Mar Racetrack in 2021.
The cup’s history
Since its first running in 1984, the Breeders’ Cup has visited 13 tracks in six states and two countries. To visit another course would bring exposure to tracks that players don’t always have top of mind. Plus, attract more local fans to the track and all the bettors searching for the best odds for Breeders’ Cup. If there is one track, however, that this cup continues to most overlook, it’s New York’s Belmont Park. The last time this track hosted a race was in 2005. Other tracks like Monmouth, Arlington and Laurel also deserve a chance.
Of course, the Breeders’ Cup is a business. Going to Churchill Downs, this year’s host site, along with the future three tracks, means guaranteed success. The reason is that they have the proper size and enough amenities. So, these were the latest horse racing news, that the Racing Insider team prepared for all horse racing lovers. Keep in mind that November is just around the corner and don’t hesitate to enjoy the best odds for Breeders’ Cup and the high liquidity Betfair accounts via a service.Breeders' Cup officially announced tracks for the upcoming years,