Breeders’ Cup Racetracks Chosen for Next 3 Years

The Breeders' Cup at KeenelandJune 24, 2014
The Breeders’ Cup is delighted to announce the locations of the next three Breeders’ Cup World Championships. Over the next three years, the Breeders’ Cup will be traveling across the nation to some of the most iconic horse racing venues.

The 2015 Breeders’ Cup races into Lexington, Kentucky, the heart of Kentucky’s Blue Grass Country and thoroughbred racing, as Keeneland Race Course hosts its first ever Breeders’ Cup.

In 2016, the Breeders’ Cup will make its record ninth appearance at the beautiful Santa Anita Park, home to some of the event’s most stunning finishes.

Then in 2017 the Breeders’ Cup will be hosted down the California Coast at Del Mar, where the surf meets the turf, for the first time ever.

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