Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf Runner by Runner

1. Concrete Rose

Trainer - George Arnold II

Jockey - Jose Lezcano

One of three defending an unbeaten record, and won a Grade 2 in preparation for this race in great style at Keeneland earlier this month.

2. The Mackem Bullet

Trainer - Brian Ellison

Jockey - Oisin Murphy

Brian Ellison sends The Mackem Bullet to Churchill Downs, who has been so unlucky on her most recent two starts. She has finished a neck and a nose second - both to Aiden O'Brien trained Fairyland, who is a strong fancy for the Guineas in May. The form is strong, and she definitely has a chance her, with the added value of Oisin Murphy in charge of the steering.

3. Lily's Candle

Trainer - Fabrice Vermuelen

Jockey - Pierre Charles Boudot

French filly, who won the Prix Marcel Boussac at Longchamp the day before the Arc at big odds. Cannot be ignored, as she has been in fine form this year, winning three of her last four.

4. Just Wonderful

Trainer - Aiden O'Brien

Jockey - Ryan Moore

The current favourite for an open looking 1000 Guineas in May, Just Wonderful can further cement her claims at the top of the betting with a good performance here. She bolted up under hands and heels in the Shadwell Rockfel Stakes at Newmarket a few weeks back, and looks a really progressive type. Strong claims.

5. La Pelosa

Trainer - Charlie Appleby

Jockey - William Buick

Won the Grade 1 Natalma Stakes in Canada last month in good style. Prior to that all her races took part in the South of England, which included a fine second at Royal Ascot behind Main Edition in the Albany Stakes. Was beaten by the same rival in Sweet Solera Stakes at Newmarket, and has not always proved the most reliable given her SP's.

6. Newspaperofrecord

Trainer - Chad C Brown

Jockey - Irad Ortiz jr

Current favourite having won the Miss Grillo Stakes (G2) at Belmont Park at the end of the September by six lengths, and looks a star in the making. Also of high interest being a daughter of Lope de Vega.

7. Stellar Agent

Trainer - Jorge Abreu

Jockey - Manuel Franco

A few lengths to find on Newspaperofrecord, who bolted up in the Miss Grillo Stakes. A further two lengths to find on Varenka, who also lines up here.

8. Belle Laura

Trainer - Norm Casse

Jockey - J R Leparoux

Third behind Concrete Rose at Keeneland last time out, with Pakhet three lengths down in second. One of the outsiders of the field, and others preferred.

9. Varenka

Trainer - H Graham Motion

Jockey - Jose Ortiz

Yet to win in three starts, and was a distant second to Newspaperofrecord last time out. Worth a market check.

10. Pakhet

Trainer - Todd Pletcher

Jockey - John Velazquez

Second to Concrete Rose in a Grade 2 last time out at Keeneland, and three lengths to find there. Prior to that, did break her maiden on her second start.

11. Lady Prancealot

Trainer - Richard Baltas

Jockey - Joseph Talamo

Hasn't won since April, and surely one to put a line through. Out her depth.

12. Summering

Trainer - Thomas Proctor

Jockey - Drayden Van Dyck

Two wins from three, third on her most recent start, when something clearly a miss at Santa Anita. Worth another go.

13. My Gal Betty

Trainer - Roger Attfield

Jockey - Javier Castellano

Not to be confused with the colours of JP McManus, My Gal Betty finished second to La Pelosa which many people fancy for this contest. Perhaps this Roger Attfield filly can turn the tables.

14. East

Trainer - Kevin Ryan

Jockey - Jamie Spencer

Daughter of Frankel who has such great raw ability, 2 from 2, including a comfortable success in France last time out. Her debut was pretty impressive too at Hamilton, as had a great chance despite being so lightly raced.

15. Pivottina

Trainer - H Graham Motion

Jockey - Joel Rosario

French filly with a bit of English pedigree, fourth to La Pelosa in Canada and was never nearer. Will need a career best to turn it around.

16. Winning Envelope

Trainer - Chris Block

Jockey - Carlos Marquez jr

Won a claimer here in September, but another who is potentially dropped in at the deep end too early.