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THE 1991 BREEDERS’ CUP

Churchill Downs

November 2 & 2, 1991

The second Breeders’ Cup to be held in Kentucky featured some brilliant performances by European horses, beginning with the day’s opening race, the Sprint, when Sheikh Albadou become the first foreign horse to win a Breeders’ Cup dirt race. In the Turf, the filly Miss Alleged, at odds of 42-1 thundered down the stretch to victory. But the most memorable run of the day was by the 2-year-old Arazi, who started slowly but passed 12 horses like they were standing still and cruised to a five length victory. Black Tie Affair capped off the day by winning the Breeders’ Cup Classic and secured the Horse of the Year title.

1991 Breeders’ Cup Results

Replay Race Winning Horse Jockey Trainer Owner
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Race
Classic
Winning Horse
Black Tie Affair (IRE)
Jockey
J. Bailey
Trainer
E. Poulos
Owner
Jeffrey S. Sullivan
Replay
Race
Sentient Jet Juvenile
Winning Horse
Arazi
Jockey
P. Valenzuela
Trainer
F. Boutin
Owner
Allen E. Paulson Living Trust
Replay
Race
Longines Distaff
Winning Horse
Dance Smartly
Jockey
P. Day
Trainer
J. Day
Owner
Sam-Son Farm
Replay
Race
Longines Turf
Winning Horse
Miss Alleged
Jockey
E. Legrix
Trainer
P. Bary
Owner
Fares Farm (Issam Fares)
Replay
Race
Mile
Winning Horse
Opening Verse
Jockey
P. Valenzuela
Trainer
R. Lundy
Owner
Allen E. Paulson
Replay
Race
14 Hands Winery Juvenile Fillies
Winning Horse
Pleasant Stage
Jockey
E. Delahoussaye
Trainer
C. Speckert
Owner
Buckland Farm
Replay
Race
TwinSpires Sprint
Winning Horse
Sheikh Albadou (GB)
Jockey
P. Eddery
Trainer
A. Scott
Owner
Hilal Salem