A world class field will compete in the richest horse race in North America when the starting gate opens on Saturday in the 2020 Breeders' Cup Classic. The Bob Baffert-trained Improbable is the 5-2 morning-line favorite, and post time is 5:18 p.m. ET.
Before making any 2020 Breeders' Cup Classic picks, you NEED to see how handicapping champion Jonathon Kinchen has broken down the race.
Kinchen is one of the nation's most successful and recognizable horseplayers. An analyst for Fox Sports' America's Day at the Races and co-host of the In the Money Players' Podcast, Kinchen won the National Horseplayers Championship Tour in 2015, a demanding, yearlong series of handicapping events across the country. That same year, he became the only player in history to have both of his entries qualify for the final table of the National Horseplayers Championship.
In addition, Kinchen has scored huge on some of racing's biggest days. At the 2015 Kentucky Derby, he cashed for $150,000 after nailing a Pick 6 and a cold Pick 3 that paid $50,000. And in last year's Breeders' Cup, he crushed the Pick 6, which paid almost $56,000 on a $1 bet, and took home $90,000 on the day. Anyone who has followed him is up HUGE.
Now, Kinchen has handicapped the 2020 Breeders' Cup Classic field, made his picks and constructed his bets.
We can tell you Kinchen is completely fading Maximum Security, even though he's one of the top favorites at 7-2. Another curveball: Kinchen is high on Authentic, even though he's an underdog at 6-1. He's a target for anyone looking for a huge payday.
Instead, Kinchen's top pick is a horse who could win at an attractive price! Kinchen is including this horse in his wagers, and so should you. You NEED to see Kinchen's predictions and analysis before making any picks of your own.
So who wins the 2020 Breeders' Cup Classic? And how has Kinchen constructed his wagers? ... Join SportsLine now to get 2020 Breeders' Cup Classic picks and bets, all from an unmatched handicapping champion who once won $150,000 on Kentucky Derby day and crushed last year's Breeders' Cup for $90,000!