Wednesday, November 4, 2009

TMI: My Breeders' Cup Info Runneth Over

In the mad scramble leading up to Friday's 3:35PM (ET) first post, there is more information available than ever before to read and view before launching into your first wager. This influx of information is wonderful and almost entirely overwhelming.

One can't possibly absorb everything there is to see online, but I'd like to point my readers to the places I've visted most in the past few weeks.

Steven Crist has charted out each horse's highest winning level, top Beyer Speed Figure on any surface, and top Beyer on the BC race's surface (synthetic or grass.)

Claire Novak sent me an email earlier this week to advise, "that Garrett Gomez will be blogging for us during the Breeders' Cup over at" Check out Claire's post from November 2nd for an introduction from Garrett.

Ernie Munick is the official video blogger of the Breeders' Cup

Ernie Munick, the fearless leader of Thoroughbred Racing in New York (TRNY - rhymes with Whinny), is out in California shooting incredible video footage of all the contenders and interviewing everyone from Rajiv Maragh to Mike Smith and more. (Click on the link above and join up for Munick's TRNY page on Facebook. You won't regret it.) You can check out all the BC360 videos by clicking on this link.

BC360, as you might have guessed by its name, is the total package of Breeders' Cup coverage. Reports, blogs, video, handicapping, and divisional breakdowns.

Equidaily is writing all the headlines you need to read. Updated...daily!

Paulick Report has coverage of news from across the globe as well as the entertaining Ray Paulick blog.

Raceday360 is aggregating the best content on the internet and presenting it to the viewing public in an easy-to-read manner. Check out the "Editor's Picks" section for a curated selection of the best online race writing.

TVG's online showcase, The Works, provides footage of all the workouts

TVG's The Works is an online television show where viewers can watch fantastic coverage of all the morning workouts for FREE.

Hardly the last place to find information, and certainly not the least entertaining, is the Thoroughbred Bloggers Alliance website where readers can find BC Picks, Past Performances and a variety of info from a motley crew of bloggers.

So please, take a spin around the web and check it all out, but be sure to come back to Triple Dead Heat tomorrow for a preview of Friday's Breeders' Cup races.

Post positions and morning line odds for the Breeders' Cup were set Tuesday afternoon. Please click on the link for a listing of entries, post-positions and race times.

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