Breeders' Cup Juvenile

Breeders' Cup Juvenile: 1984 - 2012.

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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.

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Capote won in gate-to-wire fashion while defeating a top-class field that included Alysheba, Bet Twice and Gulch.

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Success Express gave trainer D. Wayne Lukas his second BC Juvenile win.

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Is It True upset heavily favored Easy Goer, extending Lukas' winning streak in the Juvenile to three.

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Rhythm took the lead after a half-mile, going on to win by two lengths.

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After winning the Champagne three weeks prior, Fly So Free sewed up 2YO champ honors with a three-length victory.

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Arazi's stunning move at the top of the Churchill Downs' stretch is still the most memorable in Breeders' Cup history.

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Gilded Time completed a perfect 4-for-4 season with his win at Gulfstream Park.

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Brocco left the Juvenile field in his wake with five length score.

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Timber Country would be the first Juvenile winner to take a Triple Crown race, landing the 1995 Preakness.

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Unbridled's Song won the Juvenile in record time in just his third lifetime start.

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Boston Harbor took the 1996 Juvenile, and was named Champion 2-year-old colt.

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Favorite Trick is the only Juvenile winner to be name Horse of the Year as a 2-year-old.

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Answer Lively (left) held off 76-1 longshot Aly's Alley at Churchill Downs.

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Anees, at 30-1, came from last in the field of 14 to win by 2 1/2 lengths.

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Macho Uno, inside, holds off the onrushing Point Given to give trainer Joe Orseno his first Breeders' Cup victory.

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Johannesburg was the world's best 2YO of 2001, winning Grade I races in four countries.

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An injury forced Vindication's retirement after the Juvenile, ending his career with four wins in as many starts.

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Longshot Action This Day topped stablemate Minister Eric to give trainer Richard Mandella a one-two finish.

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Wilko and Frankie Dettori took the 2004 Juvenile at Lone Star Park.

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Stevie Wonderboy's Juvenile win was a dream come true for owner Merv Griffin.

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Street Sense won the 2006 Breeders' Cup Juvenile by an impressive 10 lengths. He became the first Juvenile winner to win the Kentucky Derby.

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War Pass was dominant at two, using his natural speed to win all his races by open lengths.

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Garrett Gomez raises his whip in victory, after Midshipman wins the 2008 Breeders Cup Juvenile at Santa Anita.

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Vale of York upset Lookin at Lucky to win the 2009 Juvenile for jockey Ahmed Ajtebi and Godolphin.

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Uncle Mo continued his dominance of the 2-year-old division with an easy win in the 2010 Breeders' Cup Juvenile.

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Hansen (right) held off Union Rags to capture the 2011 Breeders' Cup Juvenile.

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Shanghai Bobby and Rosie Napravnik fought off He's Had Enough to win the 2012 Juvenile.

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