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2007 Breeders Cup Sprint: Odds to win and contenders

In this section we will review the top contenders to win the 2007 Breeder's Cup Sprint race and their odds.

2007 Breeders Cup Sprint: Odds to win and contenders The 2007 Breeder's Cup Sprint race will take place at Monmouth Park on Saturday at 2:35pm EST and here are the top contenders and their odds as posted at the online betting website Bodog Racing. Midnight Lute is shaping up as the clear favorite to win the Sprint with odds 2/1. He is trained by Bob Baffert and Midnight Lute (Breeder's Cup points: 14) holds the record 4-1-1-0 with $228,000 in earnings. Bob Baffert calls him one of the 10 most talented horses he’s ever trained and he is the son of Real Quiet - the 1998 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner.

 Smokey Stover (BC points: 12) comes second with odds 7/2. He has a 2007 record 6-5-0-1 and over $470,000 in earnings this year. Trainer of Smokey Stover is Greg Gilchrist. A wet track, however, has shown to slow down Smokey Stover. Greg's Gold comes third by odds listed at 9/2, but don't let this fool you. Trained by David Hofmans, Greg's Gold holds 7-3-3-0 record this year and almost half million in earnings and qualified for the 2007 Breeder's Cup Sprint by winning the Pat O'Brien Handicap in August at Del Mar. Greg's Gold has finished in the top two in 16 out of his last 20 career starts.

 Other runners in the 2007 Breeder's Cup Sprint and their odds at Bodog Racing: Benny the Bull (6/1), Idiot Proof (8/1), Talent Search (10/1), Commentator (12/1), Kelly's Landing (15/1), Attila's Storm (15/1), Bordonaro (15/1), and Forefathers (20/1).

 Published on 10/24/2007

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