The third time was the charm for Court Vision in the 2011 Breeders’ Cup Mile at Churchill Downs when he held off Turallure by a nose and denied Goldikova a fourth consecutive victory in the race. Fourth in the 2009 Mile at Santa Anita and fifth in the 2010 Mile at Churchill Downs, Court Vision went off as the longest shot in the 13-horse field at 64-1. His victory gave jockey Robby Albarado his third Breeders’ Cup victory and provided trainer Dale Romans with his second Championships triumph.
Court Vision recorded his first victory on Oct. 6, 2007 in his second start at Keeneland. A winner at seven tracks in his career, Court Vision won five Grade 1 races and a Grade 2 on the turf was well as posting two graded stakes victories as a 2-year-old on dirt.