Bet on The Woodbine Mile
The Woodbine Mile stakes was inaugurated in 1988 and has quickly grown into a prestigious Canadian racing event. This competition is a mile-long run on the turf at the Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto for horses three years and older. Originally called the Molson Export Challenge, in a nod to the initial sponsors, this race has been referred to as the Woodbine Mile from 1996 to 1998 and since 2006, when the race changed from the Atto Mile to its current title.
Contenders flock to this race because the victor earns an automatic entry into the
Wise Dan is the most successful horse in the history of this race, becoming the first to win both the Woodbine Mile and the Breeders' Cup Mile twice in a row during 2012 and 2013. The first female horse to win the Woodbine Mile was Ventura in 2009, who set a race record of 1:32.04 in the process. John Velazquez is the most successful jockey, besting the competition four times from 2000 to 2013. The most lopsided win was achieved by Leroidesanimaux, a horse raised in Brazil, who raced to a 7 3/4-length victory in 2005.
Woodbine Mile Betting Odds
When a race with an international flavor like the Woodbine Mile draws entries that have taken a variety of racing routes to get there, it's often the case that nice odds can be found throughout the contenders in the field. Such was the case with the 2014 Woodbine Mile, where 9-2 Trade Storm, 4-1 Kaigun and 8-1 Bobby's Kitten represented Great Britain, Canada and the US, respectively, and finished 1-2-3 to trigger a $2 exacta score of $53.30 and a trifecta of $365. Handicappers can keep an eye on the international racing scene and find solid prices and payouts through an online wagering platform like Bovada, our #1 recommended internet racebook.
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2016 Woodbine Mile Contenders
Few horses in the history of racing loom over grade one competition like Tepin will September 17 in the 2016 Woodbine Mile. Even more remarkable is the fact that the superstar filly will be such a prohibitive favorite while taking on seven male rivals, but the credentials speak for themselves. The Mark Casse-trained phenom has won eight graded stakes in a row, including the Breeders' Cup Mile against males and crossing the pond in her last start to win the Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes - a historic rarity for American-based horses. One of the best milers of the century, Tepin appears to be poised to join Wise Dan (winner of the Woodbine Mile in 2013 and 2014) as a sure-fire Hall of Famer to win the prestigious race.
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