Lashkari's 53-1 upset in the inaugural BC Turf is still the longest payoff in the history of the race.
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Paying the supplemental fee was worth the price as Pebbles won the BC Turf.
Manila was dismissed at nearly 9-1 despite winning a pair of Grade Ones earlier in the year.
Photo: Rick Samuels
After finishing second in '86, Theatrical outdueled Trempolino to gain the victory.
Photo: Skip Dickstein
Great Communicator got better with age, winning the Turf at age 5 and continuing to race until age 7.
Photo: Dan Johnson
Lightly raced, Prized won his grass debut in the 1989 Turf.
In the Wings Turf victory was the first BC winning ride for Gary Stevens.
Miss Alleged was part of the ""field"" when she scored at 42-1.
Photo: Barbara D. Livingston
Fraise came from last to first to win by a nose over odds-on favorite Sky Classic.
Kotashaan's win propelled him to 1993 Horse of the Year honors.
Photo: Terry Jones
Despite training brilliantly at Churchill Downs, Tikannen was overlooked when he pulled off the win at 16-1.
Northern Spur held off a host of European challengers to get the BC Turf win.
Irish bred Pilsudski beat the highly regarded Singspiel and Swain.
Photo: Trevor Jones
Chief Bearhart beat the German filly Borgia for the 3/4 length win.
Photo: Robert Moskal
Buck's Boy got the win for owner/trainer/breeder Noel Hickey.
The gray Daylami won four Grade/Group One races and over $2.5 million during his 1999 campaign.
Kalanisi got an excellent ride from John Murtagh to take the 2000 BC Turf.
The world traveller Fantastic Light won the 2001 Turf after finishing fifth in 2000.
High Chaparral won the BC Turf with ease against seven overmatched opponents.
Johar (outside) dead-heats with High Chaparral for the only tie in BC history.
Better Talk Now upset heavily favored Kitten's Joy in 2004.
Shirocco led an all-European superfecta at Belmont Park.
2006 winner Red Rocks was the only 3-year-old in the field of 11.
Photo: Alexander Barkoff
English Channel took to the boggy conditions at Monmouth Park, winning by seven lengths.
Photo: Jeffrey Snyder
Conduit won the 2008 Turf in stakes record time. The Irish-bred son of Dalakhani ran the 1 1/2-mile race in 2:23.42.
Photo: Anne M. Eberhardt
Conduit took the turf again in 2009, running down a very stubborn Presious Passion.
Dangerous Midge and Frankie Dettori rallied to a surprise win in the 2010 Breeders Cup Turf.
Photo: Mathea Kelley
Joseph O'Brien became the youngest jockey to win a Breeders' Cup race, when he piloted St Nicholas Abbey to victory in 2011.
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