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2022 Breeders' Cup Turf Odds - Nations Pride the favourite as European's dominate betting

Last updated: 03 Nov 2022
Jon Vine 03 Nov 2022
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2022 Breeders' Cup Turf [Updated 1/11/22]
  • This Group One will be run on day two of the Breeders' Cup at Keeneland on Saturday 5th November
  • Nations Pride is the 11/4 favourite with bet365
  • Rebels Romance, Mishriff and War Like Goddess also feature in the market
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William Buick riding Nations Pride (blue)to victory at Newmarket earlier in the season. (Getty)

One of the most lucrative races staged during the Breeders' Cup is the Breeders' Cup Turf. European raiders boast an excellent record in this 12-furlong contest, so it's no surprise to see the ante-post betting dominated by the raiders.

Here's a look through the current Breeders' Cup Turf betting and a rundown of the most likely runners.

2022 Breeders' Cup Turf Odds

Nations Pride11/4
Rebel's Romance10/3
War Like Goddess9/2
Stone Age10/1

*Odds taken on 1/11/22*

2022 Breeders' Cup Turf Entries

Nations Pride2022 Breeders' Cup Turf FavouriteGET 11/4 HERE
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Charlie Appleby's record in North American turf contests has been incredible over the last two years. Appleby and Godolphin landed this prize with Yibir 12 months ago and they look set to run both two-time German Group One winner, Rebel's Romance and Saratoga Derby winner, Nations Pride, with the bookies narrowly favouring the latter.

John Gosden's multiple Group One winner, Mishriff sits prominently in the market. Stone Age and Broome will fly the flag for Aidan O'Brien. All five British entrants sit within the top six spots in the current market.

The highest-placed American entrant in the Breeders' Cup betting is Billy Mott's mare War Like Goddess, who booked her spot at Keeneland by thrashing Bye Bye Melvin, Adhamo, Rockemperor and Gufo in the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic. 

Other possible home runners include Chad Brown's Tribhuvan, Classic Causeway for Ken McPeek, and Graham Motion's Highland Chief, who won a handicap at Royal Ascot during his time with Paul and Oliver Cole.

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