Thoroughbred Racing Fan Association, Inc.
ALTHOUGH OWNERS, TRAINERS AND JOCJKEYS HAVE WON MULTIPLE BREEDERS'CUP CLASSIC RACES, ONLY ONE HORSE HAS. NAME THAT HORSE.
The Breeders’ Cup Classic is a career making race for any horse that wins the race. They become immediately in line for an Eclipse Award. The power and price as a stud or broodmare skyrockets. Trainer’s phone begins ringing. Owners want the winning trainer to train their horse. No wonder the entire world of horse racing watches this race with anticipation. Since its inception the race has been won multiple times by trainers and jockeys. Trainer Bob Baffert has the record with 4 wins in the Classic. Two jockeys are tied –Jerry Baily and Chris McCarron each with 5. Only one horse in the race’s 36-year history has won the classic twice. He won the race in back-to-back years---2000-2001. He was trainers in those races by Jay Robbins and piloted by Chris McCarron. His name is Tiznow