1 MILE. (Turf) (1.32§) 24TH RUNNING OF THE NETJETS BREEDERS' CUP MILE. Grade I. Purse
$2,000,000 FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND UPWARD. Northern Hemisphere Three-Year-Olds, 122
lbs.; Older, 126 lbs. Southern Hemisphere Three-Year-Olds, 119 lbs.; Older, 126 lbs. All Fillies and Mares
allowed 3 lbs. $20,000 to pre-enter, $30,000 to enter, with guaranteed $2 million purse including
nominator awards (plus Net Supplementary Fees, if any), of which 54% of all monies to the owner of the
winner, 20% to second, 10% to third, 5.1% to fourth and 2.5% to fifth; plus stallion nominator awards of
2.7% of all monies tothe winner, 1% to second and 0.5% to third and foal nominator awards of 2.7% of all
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monies to the winner, 1% to second and 0.5% to third. Additional nominator awards to be paid from
Breeders' Cup funds, not included in purse distribution. Stallion nominnator awards of 0.255% of all
monies to fourth and 0.125% to fifth and foal nominator awards of 0.255% of all monies to fourth and
0.125% to fifth. Closed with 18 pre-entries.
Value of Race: $2,409,080 Winner $1,420,200; second $526,000; third $263,000; fourth $134,130; fifth $65,750. Mutuel Pool $4,085,095.00
Exacta Pool $3,010,364.00 Trifecta Pool $2,179,266.00 Superfecta Pool $1,050,586.00
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OFF AT 3:24 Start Good. Won driving. Course soft.
TIME :24¦, :49§, 1:14¨, 1:39¨ (:24.26, :49.54, 1:14.65, 1:39.78)
8 - KIP DEVILLE
$2 Mutuel Prices:
13 - EXCELLENT ART-GB
7 - COSMONAUT
$2 EXACTA 8-13 PAID $70.80 $1 TRIFECTA 8-13-7 PAID $376.90
$1 SUPERFECTA 8-13-7-9 PAID $1,750.30
Gr/ro. c, (May), by Kipling - Klondike Kaytie , by Encino . Trainer Dutrow Richard E Jr. Bred by Center Hills Farm
KIP DEVILLE tucked in along the rail on the first turn, settled along the inside while well placed along the backstretch,
edged a bit closer while saving ground on the turn, split horses while rallying at the three-sixteenths pole, charged to the frontinside the furlong marker and drew clear under a vigorous hand ride. EXCELLENT ART (GB) was unhurried while racing behindhorses in the five path along the backstretch, continued wide while launching his bid on the turn, rapidly closed the gap in upperstretch, lugged in nearing the furlong marker then finished well from outside to best the others. COSMONAUT sprinted clear inthe early stages, raced uncontested on the lead to the far turn, dug in when challenged on the turn, fought gamely intomidstretch then yielded grudgingly. NOBIZ LIKE SHOBIZ was unhurried for a half mile, unleashed a steady four wide movenearing the quarter pole, lodged a bid to threaten at the top of the stretch then flattened out a bit in the late stages. HOST (CHI)broke awkwardly and was taken back soon after the start, trailed for six furlongs, circled eight wide entering the stretch andrallied belatedly. TRIPPI'S STORM steadied sharply in traffic on the first turn, raced in traffic along the backstretch, steadiedbehind horses while lacking room on the turn, angled out at the top of the stretch and finished well too late to threaten theleaders. REMARKABLE NEWS (VEN) chased the pace three wide to the turn and steadily tired thereafter. REBELLION (GB)steadied while lacking room on the first turn, raced in traffic on the backstretch, steadied while lacking room midway on theturn, angled five wide at the quarter pole and lacked a strong closing response. ICY ATLANTIC was outrun while saving ground,swung six wide at the quarter pole and failed to menace. JEREMY checked early, steadied in tight on the first turn, savedground along the backstretch, steadied while lacking room on the turn and failed to threaten thereafter. PURIM chased threewide to the turn and tired. SILENT NAME (JPN) raced in traffic between horses for six furlongs and gave way. MY TYPHOON(IRE) pressed the pace from outside for a half, took up on the turn, and steadily tired thereafter.
1, Ieah Stabels Andrew Cohen John A Cohen Steve Cobb & Doug Robertson; 2, Mrs John Magnier Michael Tabor Derrick
Smith & Matthew Green; 3, Flying Zee Stable; 4, Valando Elizabeth J; 5, Melnyk Racing Stables Inc; 6, E Paul Robsham Stables LLC; 7,Rincon Holly; 8, Treptow James and Marylea; 9, Scatuorchio James T; 10, Brushwood Stable; 11, Edward Joseph Sukley; 12, StronachStables Inc & Wertheimer Et Frere; 13, Live Oak Plantation
1, Dutrow Richard E Jr; 2, O'Brien Aidan P; 3, Parisel Francois; 4, Tagg Barclay; 5, Pletcher Todd A; 6, Hough Stanley M; 7,
Penna Angel Jr; 8, Motion H Graham; 9, Pletcher Todd A; 10, Stoute Sir Michael; 11, Proctor Thomas F; 12, Frankel Robert; 13, MottWilliam I
After Market (29Sep07 ®Bel§)
$1 Pick Three (6-2-8) Paid $574.90 ; Pick Three Pool $780,612 .
$2 Daily Double (DMILE-MILE 8-8) Paid $83.00 ; Daily Double Pool $205,765 .
$2 Consolation Daily Double (DMILE-MILE 8-3) Paid $9.80 .
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