Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint Runner by Runner

1. Strike Silver

Trainer - Mark Casse

Jockey - J R Leparoux

Two wins from three, including a hard-earned with in a conditional contest. Might be too short to back against some seriously talented sprinters.

2. Solider's Call

Trainer - Archie Watson

Jockey - Oisin Murphy

An incredible year for trainer and jockey, and they have shared much success through this horse - Soldier's Call. A career best third in the l'Abbaye last time out, where the form is very strong. Won the Flying Childers at Doncaster, and the Windsor Castle at Royal Ascot earlier in the season. Will surely play a big hand here.

3. Well Done Fox

Trainer - Richard Hannon

Jockey - William Buick

This would be a timely victory should Well Done Fox land the spoils here, for the late Vichair Srivaddhanaprabha, after the tragic events at Leicester City on Saturday night. Well Done Fox finished eighth behind Soldier's Call at Ascot, and has built on that since with a series of fine performances - most notably winning a valuable listed contest at York in August. Should make the frame.

4. Stillwater Cove

Trainer - Wesley Ward

Jockey - Irad Ortiz jr

Disappointed behind La Pelosa in Canada last time out over a mile, and is now dropped back to the minimum trip which cannot be a positive.

5. Bulletin

Trainer - Todd Pletcher

Jockey - Javier Castellano

Relatively unknown, one win from one start, but hard to grasp how strong the form against many unraced horses.

6. Moonlight Romance

Trainer - Wesley Ward

Jockey - Jose Ortiz

Won emphatically at Kentucky Downs in September. Been off since, and kept locked away for this big ordeal. Goes well fresh.

7. Shang Shang Shang

Trainer - Wesley Ward

Jockey - John Velazquez

Another American entrant, but many Brits may remember her narrow win in at Royal Ascot in the summer in the Norfolk. She beat some good sprinters that day in Rumbleinthejungle and Land Force who have both gone onto win races, and should be in the mix here.

8. Sergei Prokofiev

Trainer - Aiden O'Brien

Jockey - Ryan Moore

This son of Scat Daddy relished the drop back to the minimum trip at Newmarket last time out. Donnacha O'Brien who gives the ride back to Ryan Moore (rode him to third in the Coventry), timed his ride on the Rowley Mile to perfection after coming from last to first, and beat Well Done Fox comfortably in the end, who also takes his place here.

9. Chelsea Cloisters

Trainer - Wesley Ward

Jockey - Tyler Gaffalione

Another American horse that made the trip to Royal Ascot in the summer, though Chelsea Cloisters did not live up to expectation when disappointing in the Queen Mary. Has many lengths to find on So Perfect - one of the O'Brien string, and has subsequently found one too good since returning to the US in three starts.

10. So Perfect

Trainer - Aiden O'Brien

Jockey - Wayne Lordan

Third behind Fairyland in the Cheveley Park, and an excellent second to Advertise in the Phoenix Stakes, So Perfect has a great chance to land her first Group 1 in this Juvenile Turf Sprint. A daughter of Scat Daddy, holds strong appeal.

11. Queen Of Bermuda

Trainer - William Haggas

Jockey - Flavien Prat

Second to Hello Youmzain in France three weeks ago, Queen of Bermuda hasn't been out of the frame on many occasions this season. She won at a nice price in the Firth of Clyde Stakes back in September having changed ownership. Each way possibilities.

12. Pocket Dynamo

Trainer - Robert Cowell

Jockey - Joel Rosario

Owned by Phoenix Thoroughbreds, Pocket Dynamo finished fifth behind Sergei Prokofiev at Newmarket earlier in the month, and another that might boast good each-way claims.

13. Big Drink Of Water

Trainer - Larry Rivelli

Jockey - Jose Valdivia

Big Drink Of Water might definitely be in deep seas here, despite coming into this with four wins on the bounce. It is always a big gamble jumping from listed company straight into a Group 1, but maybe can spring up a surprise.

14. Comedy

Trainer - Karl Burke

Jockey - Joel Rosario

Karl Burke saddles Comedy - who seems to have fallen away from his true self in his last two race course appearances. If you can look beyond that, you can pick out some fairly strong form; most notably his success at Deauville in July. The two most recent runs (last, and last but one) surely cannot be ignored however.

15. Van Beethoven

Trainer - Aiden O'Brien

Jockey - Andrea Atzeni

Andrea Atzeni picks up a rare spare ride from Ballydoyle aboard Van Beethoven, who finished fourth to Too Darn Hot in the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster. His best form comes over a mile, and a drop back to five would be of concern.

16. Legends Of War

Trainer - John Gosden

Jockey - Oisin Murphy

Legends Of War showed a lot of promise when bolting up at Yarmouth on his racecourse debut, but we have not seen the same since. He did win at Newbury in July, but that was in a weak novice contest in a three runner field, and a return to his best form has not be shown of late.