Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf Runner by Runner

1. Arthur Kitt

Trainer - Tom Dascombe

Jockey - Richard Kingscote

British raider - and a fairytale story for this young 2yo, whose dam - Ceiling Kitty, died during the birth. Arthur Kitt has had an excellent campaign, which included a win at Royal Ascot in the Chesham. He was only four lengths behind the Dewhurst winner Too Darn Hot in the Solario at Sandown, but does have a bit to find on his most recent fifth at Newmarket in the Royal Lodge Stakes.

2. Uncle Benny

Trainer - Jason Servis

Jockey - Irad Ortiz jr

Unbeaten in two starts, including a listed win at Belmont Park at the beginning of October.

3. Much Better

Trainer - Bob Baffert

Jockey - Drayden Van Dyke

Two starts, one win - when bolting up in a maiden at Del Mar.

4. Forty Under

Trainer - Jeremiah C Englehart

Jockey - Manuel Franco

Another risking his unbeaten record, won a Grade 3 at Belmont Park in some style at the back end of September.

5. Line Of Duty

Trainer - Charlie Appleby

Jockey - William Buick

Irish colt Line Of Duty looks a smart prospect for Godolphin, having won the Prix de Conde (G3) at Chantilly at the beginning of the month. He removed his maiden tag at the third time of asking when scoring at Goodwood in September in what was a real eye-catching ride for this year's Derby winning jockey. Holds a strong chance.

6. Henleys Joy

Trainer - Michael J Maker

Jockey - tbc

Won the Kentucky Downs Juvenile Stakes back in September, beating Tracksmith and Adam Beschizza - who many Brits will remember, by a head. Just the two starts, he finished a close runner-up on his second outing.

7. Somelikeithotbrown

Trainer - Michael J Maker

Jockey - Jose Ortiz

Only one start where he finished second at Belmont Park, but interesting jockey booking.

8. Opry

Trainer - Todd Pletcher

Jockey - Javier Castellano

One of the main outsiders, disappointed on two starts, finishing third and fourth and never nearer.

9. The Black Album

Trainer - Jane Soubagne

Jockey - Mickael Barzalona

French raider, who won the Prix La Rochette - a group 3 at big odds over in France at Longchamp. Has won three of his five outings this season.

10. War Of Will

Trainer - Mark Casse

Jockey - Joel Rosario

Interesting pedigree - son of War Front, yet to win any of his three races, despite being sent off favourite twice.

11. King Of Speed

Trainer - Jeff Bonde

Jockey - Gary Stevens

Two listed wins to his name from two starts, and should certainly not be underestimated here. Beat Much Better comfortably at Santa Anita three weeks ago.

12. Current

Trainer - Todd Pletcher

Jockey - John Velazquez

Broke his maiden at Belmont Park in September before scoring in a Grade 3 at Keeneland at the beginning of the month.

13. Marie's Diamond

Trainer - Mark Johnston

Jockey - tbc

This Irish colt arrives here with the most experience in the field, with three wins from nine efforts. The pick of those wins was at the Curragh in July, when winning the Anglesey Stakes under James Doyle by half-a-length, but has not looked in the same feat since. However, on his most recent start, he did finish a good fourth to leading classic fancy for next season - Ten Sovereigns.

14. Anthony Van Dyck

Trainer - Aiden O'Brien

Jockey - Ryan Moore

Another leading classic fancy for next season, he finished second to the classy Quorto in Ireland, before finishing third in the Dewhurst behind Too Darn Hot. Will suit the eventual step-up in trip, and the Derby looks his primary target for next season. Good way to close a good year here however.