2017 Breeders Cup
The Breeders’ Cup World Championships, an annual series of Thoroughbred horse racing, began in 1984 as a single-day event until 2007. The Breeders’ Cup expanded to two days in 2007, and the location changes every year. The only time the races have been held outside of the United States was in 1996, when the Breeders’ Cup took place at Canada’s Woodbine Racetrack. The Breeders’ Cup attendance only trails the Triple Crown races the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Kentucky Oaks. If you want to be one of the many horse racing fans to make it to this years’ Breeders’ Cup, check out our wide selection of Breeders’ Cup tickets and grab yours today!