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The Breeders’ Cup is one of horse racing’s most glamorous events, and it attracts the jet set from all over the globe.

On the 2nd and 3rd November 2018, celebrities from music, fashion, film and sports industries turn out for this unmissable weekend. Book your flight now to join in with the exclusive crowd as you watch the world’s finest race horses compete on the track.

Since 1984, the world's most beautiful thoroughbreds have competed in the Breeders’ Cup World Championships for a place in history.  From triumphant comebacks to incredible photo finishes, each Breeders’ Cup race has produced a champion that has captured imaginations.

All horses have to be nominated in order to compete in the Breeders’ Cup World Championships and it all begins with the stallions.  North American stallions are nominated annually to the Breeders’ Cup, the nomination is for the upcoming breeding season and the fee to be eligible is equal to the stud’s advertised breeding fee. Once the stallion is nominated and begins breeding (covering mares) all of his progeny (foals) from that breeding season are then eligible to be nominated the year they are born. If a stallion is really popular and has more than 50 foals born each year, then he pays more in nomination fees.

The 2018 Breeders Cup will be held at Churchill Downs. For this year's event, the Friday card will be known as "Future Stars Friday" and will feature five races for two-year-olds, including the new Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint. The Distaff will move back to the Saturday card.

Contact our Charter Sales Team for your bespoke quotation.

 

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Join The Jet Set At The Breeders Cup

24 October 2018

The Breeders’ Cup is one of horse racing’s most glamorous events, and it attracts the jet set from all over the globe.

On the 2nd and 3rd November 2018, celebrities from music, fashion, film and sports industries turn out for this unmissable weekend. Book your flight now to join in with the exclusive crowd as you watch the world’s finest race horses compete on the track.

Since 1984, the world's most beautiful thoroughbreds have competed in the Breeders’ Cup World Championships for a place in history.  From triumphant comebacks to incredible photo finishes, each Breeders’ Cup race has produced a champion that has captured imaginations.

All horses have to be nominated in order to compete in the Breeders’ Cup World Championships and it all begins with the stallions.  North American stallions are nominated annually to the Breeders’ Cup, the nomination is for the upcoming breeding season and the fee to be eligible is equal to the stud’s advertised breeding fee. Once the stallion is nominated and begins breeding (covering mares) all of his progeny (foals) from that breeding season are then eligible to be nominated the year they are born. If a stallion is really popular and has more than 50 foals born each year, then he pays more in nomination fees.

The 2018 Breeders Cup will be held at Churchill Downs. For this year's event, the Friday card will be known as "Future Stars Friday" and will feature five races for two-year-olds, including the new Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint. The Distaff will move back to the Saturday card.

Contact our Charter Sales Team for your bespoke quotation.

 

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