Breeders' Cup 2012 Juvenile Turf Results: George Vancouver powers home

Harry How

Irish-based George Vancouver pulls away to win at Santa Anita.

George Vancouver, receiving a beautiful ride from jockey Ryan Moore, split foes at the top of the stretch and pulled away to win the 2012 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf. Noble Tune put up a huge effort in the lane, but had to settle for second. Balance the Books finished third while Dundonnell rounded out the superfecta.

Rising Legend (GB), an alternate entry to the field, scratched out of the race in the morning.

The Juvenile Turf is the first Breeders' Cup race on the Saturday card, as well as the first leg of the $1 million Early Pick 4.

George Vancouver is a two-year-old son of Henrythenavigator out of a Danzig mare (Versailles Treaty), trained by Aidean O'Brien and ridden by Ryan Moore.

Below are the payouts, fractions and internal splits for the 2012 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf:

Horse Win Place Show
3-George Vancouver $20.60 $11.00 $7.20
9-Noble Tune $6.00 $3.80
8-Balance the Books $6.00

Base Bet Combo Payout Pays to -
$1.00 Exacta 3-9 $62.80
$0.50 Trifecta 3-9-8 $276.55
$0.10 Superfecta 3-9-8-6 $235.26
$2.00 Double 3/3 $86.80
$0.50 Pick 3 5/3/3 $151.55 3-of-3

Fractions Internal Splits
1/4: 22.48 1/4: 22.48
1/2: 46.47 1/2: 23.99
3/4: 70.26 3/4: 23.79
Finish: 93.78 Finish: 23.52
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