Real Life Breyer Horses: The Breeders Cup Classic 2015

This Saturday, the most talented race horses in the sport will gather at Keeneland Race Track in Lexington Kentucky to face off in the prestigious Breeders Cup. These races often put their winners into the history books and one race in particular this year, will make history for the winner. The Breeders Cup Classic, arguably the most prestigious of all of the Breeders Cup races, hosts a field of horses that are set to make history!

2015 has already been one for the history books, with the first Triple Crown winner in almost forty years being crowned. American Pharoah reinvigorated the horse racing world with his amazing accomplishment and made the world take notice of not only him, but horse racing again! With the world watching, American Pharoah comes to the Breeders Cup to enter in the Classic and hope to make history as the first horse to ever win both the Triple Crown and the Breeders Cup Classic.

This Grand Slam of Horse Racing would be an incredible feat to say the least, but many talented horses are stepping into the starting gates in hopes to make their own history, as the horse that beat the history maker. Beholder is a strong competitor that is set to give American Pharoah a run for his money. Honor Code and Keen Ice are close behind in the odds and hoping for a strong race themselves. Truth be told, the entire field is strong, and the winner of this race will truly prove their strength against some of the most talented horses in the world!

Golden Oak Stables wishes American Pharoah and the entire field good luck on Saturday. Who will win? We’ll all just need to wait and see!

~Stacy

Email Stacy: Stacy@GoldenOakStables.com

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