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November 2 & 3

The 35th Breeders’ Cup World Championships, one of thoroughbred horseracing’s most prestigious international events, will return to Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky on Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3. One of the world’s most iconic and recognized tracks, Churchill Downs last hosted the Breeders’ Cup World Championships in 2011. The return to Louisville is perfect timing with Churchill Downs investment of more than $67 million in the facility to further elevate the experience for all fans and participants, while also introducing new, in-demand luxury seating and entertainment options.

In addition, fans can celebrate all week long with a Breeders’ Cup Festival consisting of galas, concerts and other fan experiences, many of which will take place at in the heart of downtown Louisville at the Fourth Street Live! entertainment complex. For more festival info, please click here.



Breeders Cup

Countdown to Breeders' Cup

November 2-3, 2018
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Tuesday, September 25 2018
Thunderstorm Thunderstorm
High 80°
Low 71°
Chance of Rain 80%
Wind at 0 MPH
Wednesday, September 26 2018
Chance of Rain Chance of Rain
High 73°
Low 53°
Chance of Rain 50%
Wind NW at 15 MPH
Thursday, September 27 2018
Overcast Overcast
High 72°
Low 54°
Chance of Rain 10%
Wind NE at 10 MPH
Friday, September 28 2018
Clear Clear
High 77°
Low 56°
Chance of Rain 10%
Wind W at 10 MPH
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