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Breeders' Cup Classic top three finishers

This is a listing of the horses that finished in either first, second, or third place and number of starters in the Breeders' Cup Classic, North America's richest horse race run as a grade one on dirt, it is the final race on Saturday of the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships.[1].

Year First Place

Second Place

Third Place


2009 Zenyatta Gio Ponti Twice Over 12
2008 Raven's Pass Henrythenavigator Tiago 12
2007 Curlin Hard Spun Awesome Gem 9
2006 Invasor Bernardini Premium Tap 13
2005 Saint Liam Flower Alley Perfect Drift 13
2004 Ghostzapper Roses in May Pleasantly Perfect 13
2003 Pleasantly Perfect Medaglia d'Oro Dynever 10
2002 Volponi Medaglia d'Oro Milwaukee Brew 12
2001 Tiznow Sakhee Albert the Great 13
2000 Tiznow Giant's Causeway Captain Steve 13
1999 Cat Thief Budroyale Golden Missile 14
1998 Awesome Again Silver Charm Swain 10
1997 Skip Away Deputy Commander Dowty 9
1996 Alphabet Soup Louis Quatorze Cigar 13
1995 Cigar L'Carriere Unaccounted For 11
1994 Concern Tabasco Cat Dramatic Gold 14
1993 Arcangues Bertrando Kissin Kris 13
1992 A.P. Indy Pleasant Tap Jolypha 14
1991 Black Tie Affair Twilight Agenda Unbridled 11
1990 Unbridled Ibn Bey Thirty Six Red 14
1989 Sunday Silence Easy Goer Blushing John 8
1988 Alysheba Seeking The Gold Waquoit 9
1987 Ferdinand Alysheba Judge Angelucci 12
1986 Skywalker Turkoman Precisionist 11
1985 Proud Truth Gate Dancer Turkoman 8
1984 Wild Again Gate Dancer Slew o'Gold 8

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