breeders’ cup handle and attendance

Del Mar Reports Record On-Track Wagering For 2017 Breeders’ Cup

Gun Runner’s thrilling victory in the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic capped a picture-perfect day at the Del Mar racetrack, the first-time host of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships. Racing fans responded to the full fields of the world’s fastest horses with their support at the betting windows, as the two-day wagering totals for the event […]

Continue reading
Report: Final Breeders’ Cup Handle Down Slightly From 2014

The Breeders’ Cup on Nov. 17 released final handle figures from this year’s World Championships, showing a 2.4% decline in all-sources wagering during the Oct. 30-31 event at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington. The 2015 figure of $155.5 million, down from $159.4 million in 2014, was in part because no World Championsips pari-mutuel wagering in […]

Continue reading
Attendance, Handle Both Increase at 2013 Breeders’ Cup

Total two-day common-pool handle for the Friday and Saturday race cards of the 30th Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Santa Anita Park was $160,704,877, representing an 11 percent increase over 2012 figure of $144,272,332, Breeders’ Cup announced today. Wagering on Saturday’s 12-race Breeders’ Cup card was $109,183,731, up 13 percent from the 2012 handle of […]

Continue reading
Breeders’ Cup wagering and attendance show declines

Handle on the Breeders’ Cup World Championship dropped 5.1%, from $147.5 million on 14 races last year to $140.1 million for 15 races this year, according to preliminary commingled figures released late Saturday by Breeders’ Cup. According to a Racing Form report, it was the first decline for Breeders’ Cup since 2007 at Monmouth Park […]

Continue reading
Breeders’ Cup Friday handle down 6.3%, attendance dips 2.3%

The six Breeders’ Cup races held Friday at Churchill Downs produced a total wagering handle of $42,490,444 – down 6.3% from last year’s total of $45,393,976, according to figures released late Friday. According to a Daily Racing Form report, the numbers were down in part due to a decline in the number of horses that […]

Continue reading
Twitter Twitter
Paulick Report on Instagram