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THE 2005 BREEDERS’ CUP

Belmont Park

October 29 & 29, 2005

The 22nd Breeders’ Cup was held at Belmont Park for the fourth time. Jockey Garrett Gomez won his first two career Breeders’ Cup races, booting home Stevie Wonderboy in the Juvenile and Artie Schiller in the Mile. Intercontinental defeated defending champion Ouija Board in the Filly & Mare Turf. Shirocco became the first German horse to win a Breeders’ Cup race, winning the Turf. The Classic was all Saint Liam. The 5-year-old, ridden by Jerry Bailey, took control of the race in the stretch and cruised to victory by a length. Saint Liam was later named Horse of the Year. It was Bailey’s 15th and final Breeders’ Cup win, retiring the following year as the all-time leader in Breeders’ Cup victories.

2005 Breeders’ Cup Results

Replay Race Winning Horse Jockey Trainer Owner
Classic Saint Liam J. Bailey R. Dutrow Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William K. Warren Jr.
Sentient Jet Juvenile Stevie Wonderboy G. Gomez D. O'Neill Merv Griffin Ranch Co.
Longines Distaff Pleasant Home C. Velasquez C. McGaughey III Phipps Stable
Longines Turf Shirocco (GER) C. Soumillon A. Fabre Baron Georg Von Ullmann
Filly & Mare Turf Intercontinental (GB) R. Bejarano R. Frankel Juddmonte Farms (Khalid Abdullah)
14 Hands Winery Juvenile Fillies Folklore E. Prado D. Lukas Robert B. & Beverly J. Lewis
Mile Artie Schiller G. Gomez J. Jerkens Mrs. Thomas J. Walsh & Timber Bay Farm
TwinSpires Sprint Silver Train E. Prado R. Dutrow Jr. Buckram Oak Farm