Breeders' Cup Distaff: Florent Geroux on Monomoy Girl, Brad Cox
After winning the Breeders' Cup Distaff for the second time aboard Monomoy Girl, jockey Florent Geroux talked about the champion and also riding for her trainer, Brad Cox. The two go back to when Cox was mainly a claiming trainer and trying to build up his stable.
Breeders' Cup Sprint: Winning trainer Ron Moquett
The 7-year-old gelding Whitmore proved there's life after the Kentucky Derby, winning the $2 million Breeders' Cup Sprint at Keeneland on his fourth attempt. Churchill Downs-based Ron Moquett, the trainer and co-owner, talks with NBC's Kenny Rice and then in the post-race interview room with co-owner Sol Kumin.
Breeders' Cup Juvenile goes to 3-for-3 Essential Quality
Godolphin's homebred Essential Quality wrapped up the 2-year-old championship and assumed the role of favorite for the 2021 Kentucky Derby with a three-quarters of a length victory over 94-1 Hot Rod Charlie. Video starts with b-roll from race, followed by post-race interview with trainer Brad Cox and Darley America president Jimmy Bell.
74 1 Bryan Station winner Ever Dangerous Dean Reeves Randy Hill George Weaver
Ever Dangerous, #16 who drew in off the also-eligible list for today's $150,000 Bryan Station on the Breeders' Cup Friday undercard, gets up at the wire to nail Fancy Liquor to light up the tote board at 74-1 odds. We speak with (in order) co-owners Dean Reeves and Randy Hill and trainer George Weaver - a team that felt the sting of having to scratch Breeders' Cup Sprint favorite Vekoma because of a temperature.