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Breeders' Cup Juvenile top three finishers

This is a listing of the horses that finished in either first, second, or third place in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile, a grade one race run on dirt held on Saturday of the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships.[1].


Year Winner Second Third Starters
2009 Vale of York Lookin at Lucky Noble's Promise 13
2008 Midshipman Square Eddie Street Hero 12
2007 War Pass Pyro Kodiak Kowboy 11
2006 Street Sense Circular Quay Great Hunter 14
2005 Stevie Wonderboy Henny Hughes First Samurai 14
2004 Wilko Afleet Alex Sun King 8
2003 Action This Day Minister Eric Chapel Royal 12
2002 Vindication Kafwain Hold That Tiger 13
2001 Johannesburg Repent Siphonic 12
2000 Macho Uno Point Given Street Cry 14
1999 Anees Chief Seattle High Yield 14
1998 Answer Lively Aly's Alley Cat Thief 13
1997 Favorite Trick Dawson's Legacy Nationalore 8
1996 Boston Harbor Acceptable Ordway 10
1995 Unbridled's Song Hennessy Editor's Note 13
1994 Timber Country Eltish Tejano Run 13
1993 Brocco Blumin Affair Tabasco Cat 11
1992 Gilded Time It'sali'lknownfact River Special 13
1991 Arazi Bertrando Snappy Landing 14
1990 Fly So Free Take Me Out Lost Mountain 11
1989 Rhythm Grand Canyon Slavic 12
1988 Is It True Easy Goer Tagel 10
1987 Success Express Regal Classic Tejano 13
1986 Capote Qualify Alysheba 13
1985 Tasso Storm Cat Scat Dancer 13
1984 Chief's Crown Tank's Prospect Spend A Buck 10


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