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2008 Breeders' Cup

The 2008 Breeders' Cup World Championships was the 25th edition of thoroughbred racing's season ending premier event, and took place on October 24 and 25 during the Oak Tree meeting at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California.

Female Championship Friday

Race name

Sponsor

Distance/Surface

Restrictions

Purse

Winner

Filly & Mare Sprint Sentient Flight 7 furlongs Fillies & Mares $1 million Ventura
Juvenile Fillies Turf Grey Goose 1 mile – turf 2-year-old fillies $1 million Maram
Juvenile Fillies Bessemer Trust 1 1/16 miles 2-year-old fillies $2 million Stardom Bound
Filly & Mare Turf Emirates Airline 1¼ miles Fillies & Mares $2 million Forever Together
Ladies' Classic 1⅛ miles Fillies and Mares 3 yrs+ $2 million Zenyatta

Saturday: Day 2

Race name

Sponsor

Distance/Surface

Restrictions

Purse

Winner

Marathon 1½ miles – dirt 3 yrs+ $500,000 Muhannak
Turf Sprint ab. 6½ furlongs – turf 3 yrs+ $1 million Desert Code
Dirt Mile TVG Network 1 mile – dirt 3 yrs+ $1 million Albertus Maximus
Mile 1 mile – turf 3 yrs+ $2 million Goldikova
Juvenile Bessemer Trust 1 1/16 miles – dirt 2-year-old colts & geldings $2 million Midshipman
Juvenile Turf Grey Goose 1 mile – turf 2-year-old colts & geldings $1 million Donativum
Sprint Sentient Flight 6 furlongs – dirt 3 yrs+ $2 million Midnight Lute
Turf Emirates Airline 1½ miles – turf 3 yrs+ $3 million Conduit
Classic 1¼ miles – dirt 3 yrs+ $5 million Raven's Pass




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