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              === Post positions drawn for 29th Breeders' Cup ===
 
 Arcadia,  CA  (Sports Network) - Game  On Dude, runner-up in 2011, returns for
 another  try  in the $5  million Breeders' Cup  Classic in this year's 15-race
 World Championships at Santa Anita Park.
 
 The  29th  Breeders' Cup, worth  a total of $26  million, will be conducted on
 Friday and Saturday.
 
 The  post  positions for all  15 races were drawn  Monday at Santa Anita, with
 the morning line also revealed. This is the sixth year the Breeders' Cup  will
 be  held  over two  days,  with  six championship  races  run  Friday and  the
 remaining nine conducted on Saturday.
 
 Trained  by Bob  Baffert, Game On Dude  is the 9-5 favorite for the 1 1/4-mile
 Classic.  The  5-year-old gelding will be  ridden by Rafael Bejarano from post
 five in the 12-horse field.
 
 Here  is the  field for the Classic  in post position order: Pool Play, Miguel
 Mena,  30-1:  Flat Out,  Joel  Rosario,  5-1;  Alpha, Ramon  Dominguez,  20-1;
 Fort  Larned,  Brian Hernandez, Jr.,  5-1; Game  On Dude, Rafael Bejarano, 9-5
 Brilliant  Speed, Junior Alvarado, 20-1; Handsome Mike, Mario Gutierrez, 30-1;
 Nonios,  Martin Pedroza,  20-1; Richard's  Kid, Garrett  Gomez, 12-1;  Ron the
 Greek,  Jose Lezcano,  6-1; Mucho  Macho Man,  Mike Smith,  8-1; To  Honor and
 Serve, John Velazquez, 8-1.
 
 Top-rated thoroughbred Wise Dan is the 9-5 favorite in a field of nine for the
 $2  million Mile  on  Santa Anita's  grass  course. Wise  Dan,  winner of  the
 Woodbine Mile, will break from post two with John Velazquez riding.
 
 Friday's  first  day of racing  will conclude with  the $2 million, 1 1/8-mile
 Ladies'  Classic. Defending  champ Royal Delta will try to join Bayakoa as the
 only repeat winners of the race.
 
 The  4-year-old filly is  the 9-5 favorite and will break from post six in the
 eight-horse  field. Last year  she opened as the 5-2 second choice and went on
 to win by 2 1/2-lengths and was voted champion 3-year-old for the year.
 
 The  six  races on Friday will  begin at 4  p.m. (ET) with the Juvenile Sprint
 followed  by  the Marathon,  Juvenile Fillies Turf,  Juvenile Fillies, Filly &
 Mare Turf, and Ladies' Classic.
 
 Saturday's nine championship races kickoff at 2:50 p.m. (ET) with the Juvenile
 Turf  followed  by the Filly &  Mare Sprint, Dirt Mile, Turf Sprint, Juvenile,
 Turf, Sprint, Mile and Classic.
 
 The  2013  Breeders' Cup World Championships  will also be held at Santa Anita
 Park.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 10/29 21:03:26 ET


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