Breeders’ Stakes 2014: Live Stream, TV Channel, Post Time, Horses, Odds for Horse Race

The Canadian Triple Crown wraps up on August 17 with the Breeders’ Stakes at the Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario.

The race has a post time of 5:12 p.m. EDT.

The race, as with all Canadian Triple Crown series races, will be broadcast on TSN. Coverage will start at 4:30 p.m.

Live streaming will be available via TSN.

The Breeders’ Stakes has been held since 1889. It’s been the third race in the Canadian Triple Crown for three-year-olds since 1959.

Breeders’ Stakes is on a 1.5 mile track that carries a purse of $500,000. It’s the only turf race in the Triple Crown–the Queen’s Plate is on Polytrack and Price of Wales Stakes is on dirt.

See post positions, horses, jockeys, trainers, and odds below.

1. Keen Gizmo, Omar Moreno, Josie Carroll, 12-1
2. Niigon Express, Patrick Husbands, Paul Attard, 6-1
3. Sine Metu, Gerry Olguin, Tom O’Keefe, 10-1
4. Squeeze the King, Eurico Rosa da Silva, Brian Lynch, 10-1
5. Big Red Bugsy, Emma-Jayne Wilson, Ian Black, 12-1
6. East Side, Justin Stein, Mark Casse, 20-1
7. Bangkok, Gary Boulanger, Phil Gracey, 15-1
8. Ami’s Holiday, Luis Contreras, Josie Carroll, 2-1
9. Smart Spree, Steve Bahen, Mark Frostad, 12-1
10. Unikat, David Moran, Brian Lynch, 4-1
11. Milwaukee Flash, Sheena Ryan, Mike Doyle, 30-1
12. Interpol, Jesse Campbell, Sid Attard, 20-1

Neither Lexie Lou, who won the first leg of the Triple Crown, nor Coltimus Prime, who won the second leg, will be competing in this race.

Ami’s Holiday performed well in both races, getting in second at Queen’s Plate and third at the Prince of Wales.

TheStakes will include female jockey Wilson, riding Big Red Bugsy.

She told the Toronto Sun that she’ll be ready to race.

“As far as I’m concerned, mental preparation is a big part of being a professional athlete. It’s something you have to be good at,” she said.

“I was mentally prepared for last Sunday being a very busy day and I did what I needed to make sure my energy level was at full capacity.”

“I like him,” Wilson said of her horse.

“He’s very young, it’s just his fourth lifetime start so (in terms of seasoning), he’s still very green and he’s still a bit of a kid … But he’s progressing. His last race was his best race and hopefully he’ll have the same mentality.”

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