Chief's Crown earned 2-year-old Champion honors with his victory in the inaugural Juvenile.
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Tasso, racing wide in the stretch, caught Storm Cat in the very last stride to win by a nose.
Capote won in gate-to-wire fashion while defeating a top-class field that included Alysheba, Bet Twice and Gulch.
Success Express gave trainer D. Wayne Lukas his second BC Juvenile win.
Photo: Martin Jessee
Is It True upset heavily favored Easy Goer, extending Lukas' winning streak in the Juvenile to three.
Photo: Anne M. Eberhardt
Rhythm took the lead after a half-mile, going on to win by two lengths.
After winning the Champagne three weeks prior, Fly So Free sewed up 2YO champ honors with a three-length victory.
Photo: Dan Johnson
Arazi's stunning move at the top of the Churchill Downs' stretch is still the most memorable in Breeders' Cup history.
Gilded Time completed a perfect 4-for-4 season with his win at Gulfstream Park.
Brocco left the Juvenile field in his wake with five length score.
Timber Country would be the first Juvenile winner to take a Triple Crown race, landing the 1985 Preakness.
Photo: Barbara D. Livingston
Unbridled's Song won the Juvenile in record time in just his third lifetime start.
Boston Harbor was alone on the turn of the '96 Juvenile.
Photo: Trent Herman
Favorite Trick is the only Juvenile winner to be name Horse of the Year as a 2-year-old.
Answer Lively held off 76-1 longshot Aly's Alley at Churchill Downs.
Photo: Skip Dickstein
Anees, at 30-1, came from last in the field of 14 to win by 2 1/2 lengths.
Macho Uno, inside, holds off the onrushing Point Given to give trainer Joe Orseno his first Breeders' Cup victory.
Photo: Dave Harmon
Johannesburg was the world's best 2YO of 2001, winning Grade I races in four countries.
An injury forced Vindication's retirement after the Juvenile, ending his career with four wins in as many starts.
Longshot Action This Day topped stablemate Minister Eric to give trainer Richard Mandella a one-two finish.
Photo: Mike Corrado
Wilko held off Afleet Alex in the only Breeders' Cup run at Lone Star Park.
Stevie Wonderboy's Juvenile win was a dream come true for owner Merv Griffin.
Photo: James C. Booth
Street Sense would become the first Juvenile winner to take the Kentucky Derby.
War Pass was dominant at two, using his natural speed to win all his races by open lengths.
Photo: Jeffrey Snyder
Garrett Gomez raises his whip in victory, after Midshipman wins the 2008 Breeders Cup Juvenile at Santa Anita.
Photo: Rick Samuels
Vale of York upset Lookin at Lucky to win the 2009 Juvenile for jockey Ahmed Ajtebi and Godolphin.
Uncle Mo continued his dominance of the 2-year-old division, with an easy win in the 2010 Breeders' Cup Juvenile.
Photo: Mark Mahan
Hansen (right) held off Union Rags to capture the 2011 Breeders' Cup Juvenile.
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