Improbable winning the 2020 Awesome Again S. (G1) - Benoit photo
In what may be an unprecedented occurrence for a farm, three horses that will join WinStar Farm's stallion roster in 2021 will make their final start in the $6 million Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) Saturday at Keeneland.
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Global Campaign, Improbable and Tom's d'Etat are all part of the Classic's 10-horse field. The last race of the day, the Classic will be run at 5:18 p.m. ET and can be seen on NBC-TV.
Global Campaign, who was bred by WinStar and is co-owned by Sagamore Farm, drew post 7 for trainer Stanley Hough. The 4-year-old has won two straight graded stakes, most recently the Woodward (G1) at Saratoga on Sept. 5. He has six wins in nine lifetime starts and has earned $781,080.
Improbable is the Classic's 5-2 morning line favorite and drew post 8 for trainer Bob Baffert. The 4-year-old is owned by WinStar, along with China Horse Club International an SF Racing. Arguably the hottest horse in training, Improbable has won three straight Grade 1 races while defeating several of his Saturday foes in the process. He's earned $1,709,520 to date.
Tom's d'Etat has been one of the most consistent horses in training over the past two years, earning triple-digit Beyer Speed figures in nine straight starts, all in stakes. The 7-year-old is trained by Al Stall, Jr. for G M B Racing and has earned $1,702,272. He was bred by SF Bloodstock LLC. Tom's d'Etat drew post 6 and will be ridden by Joel Rosario.
Stud fees for Tom's d'Etat and Global Campaign will be announced after the Breeders' Cup, while Improbable has a limited number spots available at $40,000 S&N.
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