The Road to the Classic continues from Del Mar Racetrack where trainer Dallas Stewart reflects on his history in horse racing. He’s the trainer of Seeking the Soul, the favorite in the upcoming TVG Pacific Classic. Dallas shares his early love for horses, and how excited he is for the big race.
Rudy Brisset, former jockey-turned-trainer talks about his TVG Pacific Classic contender, Quip, who has a cantankerous personality. Compared to Dallas, Brisset is new to the game and has high hopes that Quip has what it takes to compete against the big horses in the race.
Meanwhile, in Saratoga, owner Jeff Bloom introduces us to his filly, Midnight Bisou, who is running in the Personal Ensign Stakes. Midnight Bisou is undefeated this year and the team is toying with the idea of pointing her toward the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic where she would compete against the boys on the world’s biggest stage.
Danny Gargan, a trainer who grew up in the world of horse racing, and has it in his blood, talks about his horse, Tax, who will be running in the Travers. Tax is a fiery horse, who prefers to train alone, away from other horses.
All of these personalities come together in Episode 2 “Photo Finish.” Watch now to find out what happens behind the scenes of the TVG Pacific Classic, the Travers and the Personal Ensign. For more info about the Breeders’ Cup visit: www.breederscup.com. Missed Season 1 of ALL IN: The Road to the Classic? Watch it all here: https://thebc.ltd/ALLINS1