Breeders' Cup shows morning line faults

By Ron Flatter  (VSiN.com) 

November 3, 2020 08:28 PM

In an unusual year, the Breeders’ Cup draw unfolded in its usual fashion Monday evening. There were too many people considered too important not to make too many speeches, including one too many book plugs, before the 184 horses were drawn one by one into the 14 championship races.

During those 85 minutes of perfunctory pill pulls and mangled horse names at the Keeneland sales ring in Kentucky, there was a moment that resonated less like the ringing of a bell and more like the banging of a frying pan.

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