Pegasus World Cup 2019: The Pegasus World Cup is open to horses aged 4 and older. In the 2017 Pegasus, it was Arrogate vs. California Chrome. In 2018, it was Gun Runner vs. West Coast The Pegasus World Cup is an American Thoroughbred horse race whose first running was on January 28, 2017 at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Florida.
The broadcast will also showcase the Pegasus “blue” carpet, and celebrity and live entertainment event elements from Gulfstream Park. Snoop Dogg and Mark Ronson will perform at the event, and are expected to be interviewed during the broadcast.
Accordingly, Pegasus World Cup contenders from horse racing’s elite will be on-hand. D. Wayne Lukas, who has won 14 Triple Crown races, will bring Bravazo to Gulfstream Park. The John Sadler-trained Accelerate will run from the No. 5 post and is the 9-5 morning line favorite in the latest 2019 Pegasus World Cup odds.
Todd Pletcher trained Audible, who won the Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park last year, while Michael McCarthy, Pletcher’s former assistant, has the second-biggest favorite in the race, City of Light (5-2). Before laying any 2019 Pegasus World Cup picks of your own, you’ll definitely want to see what legendary horse racing expert Hammerin’ Hank Goldberg has to say.
If you put $50 on Goldberg’s Preakness picks last year, you would have won over $11,000. You would also be rolling in it if you followed his picks for the Arlington Million in August, as he nailed his exacta by fading the favorite to a huge payout. He also picked a 39-1 horse to show in the Secretariat Stakes, and that one paid off too.