RACE CARD: BOLD RULER HANDICAP

This edition of the Weekend Race Card is very light, due to the fact that the Breeders’ Cup Championships will take place this very next weekend at Keeneland Race Course. The only major race on the docket for this weekend is thus the Bold Ruler Handicap, set for Belmont Park on Halloween. 

Take a look at the probable entries and our overview of the race below, but before we do that, check out the latest Odds to Win for the upcoming Breeders’ Cup Classic race, courtesy of our friends at online racebook JazzSports.ag.

Breeders’ Cup Classic – Odds to Win TOP 5*

Keeneland Race Course – Nov. 6th, 2020

Odds to Win – 2020 Breeders’ Cup ClassicOdds
Improbable+225
Tiz the Law+250
Maximum Security+400
Authentic+625
Tom’s D’Etat+600

*Odds are subject to change. See complete list of Breeders’Cup Odds to Win at JAZZsports.ag

Weekend Race Card: Bold Ruler Handicap on Halloween

  • Saturday, October 31
  • Bold Ruler Handicap (Belmont Park, 4:57 pm ET, TVG)
  • Grade III
  • Distance: 7 Furlongs on Dirt
  • Horses: 3-year-olds and up

Bold Ruler Handicap Race Entries

HorseJockey
Arch CatKendrick Carmouche
Majestic DunhillJoel Rosario
MihosIrad Ortiz Jr
Phat ManJavier Castellano
Share the RideManuel Franco
Wendell FongLuis Saez

More Horses at Bold Ruler Handicap

Phat Man comes in as one of the leading horses in this race. The six-year-old gelding is trained by J. Kent Sweezey. His career record, in 27 starts, is 7-8-1 with $518,253 in earnings. In 2020, he has started two races, with a win and a second place.  He hasn’t raced since February 29, when he came in second at the Gulfstream Park Mile Stakes (Grade II). He won on January 25 at the Fred W. Hooper Stakes (Grade III). He posted a 110 Speed Figure in that race.

Majestic Dunhill is another strong entry in the race. A five-year-old Gelding, his trainer is George Weaver. In 20 starts, he has a career record of 4-4-4 with $318,214 in earnings. This year, he has raced five times, including two second-place finishes and one third. His last race came on September 25, in an allowance optional claiming race at Belmont Park, where he came in second. That was a nice bounceback from a ninth-place finish at the Forego Stakes (Grade I) on August 29.

Share the Ride is a five-year-old gelding trained by Antonio Arriaga. His career record, over 17 starts, is 6-2-4, with earnings of $267,860. He has raced six times in 2020, with a pair of wins, a second and a third. His last race was on September 26, when he came in third at the Vosburgh Stakes (Grade II) at Belmont Park. His last win came on September 12, in the Mr. Prospector Stakes at Monmouth Park, where he posted a 113 Speed Figure.

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