Day two of the Breeders’ Cup kicks off at 2:50 ET Saturday with the $1 million Juvenile Turf; TV coverage begins at 3:30 pm ET on NBC Sports Network and switches to NBC at 8 pm ET for the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Classic. The eight Breeders’ Cup races on the Saturday card offer a total of $12.5 million in prize money.
As noted yesterday, those watching from home can wager (if your state law allows) using an advance deposit wagering (ADW) account—two popular options are NYRA Rewards (for New York State residents) and TwinSpires.
Our host of handicappers is back with their wagering advice for Saturday’s races, offering suggestions for how to invest a $100 bankroll. Check their websites and Twitter timelines for additional insights. Their Friday suggestions are here, and check out fan education site Hello Race Fans! for an introduction to wagering and wagering strategy, including definitions of some the wagers included below.
Good luck and safe trips to all –
Continue reading at Forbes.com for wagering advice from Brisnet’s Ed DeRosa, Suffolk Downs’ Jessica Paquette, Horseplayer Magazine’s Pete Fornatale, Equidaily’s Seth Merrow, and our very own Brian Nadeau.