The 2010 Breeders' Cup returns to famed Churchill Downs on Nov. 5 and 6 and wants to show you why it’s called the richest two days in sports!

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This two day event features 14 races in all, culminating in the $5,000,000 Classic on Saturday. There is $26 Million in prize money overall.

Zenyatta is the heavy favorite and is creating worldwide buzz. She is the defending champion of this race (the first female to win the Classic) and is 19-0 all-time. She will be running from the number eight post.

This will be the stiffest field Zenyatta has ever faced. She has also run most of her races on synthetic surfaces in California. She has only raced twice on dirt before, which is the case at Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby.

The six-year-old mare has already made history and she’s likely not done after this. Still, this is one race you don’t want to miss.

A quick look at the rest of the competition shows Lookin at Lucky (+250) next. The 2010 Preakness winner paid $6.80 to win that race and will have the #12 post on Saturday.

There is not considered much difference between Lookin at Lucky and the next two horses on the odds-list.

Blame (+350) is the third choice by the odds and will go from the fifth post. He’s won his last three races at Churchill Downs. He had a five-race winning streak before finishing second at the Jockey Club Gold Cup.

Quality Road (+400) is the last of the favorites (under +1000). He’s won four of five starts this year, but drew the inside post, which may be unfortunate for his backers.

2010 Breeders’ Cup Classic Odds

Zenyatta (-300)
Lookin at Lucky (+250)
Blame (+350)
Quality Road (+400)
Haynesfield (+1000)
Paddy O’Prado (+1000)
Fly Down (+1200)
Espoir City (+1400)
Etched (+1500)
First Dude (+1500)
Musket Man (+1700)
Pleasant Prince (+2200)