The race was without Triple Crown hero Justify, who was retired in July.
The star of Saturday's show was Enable and the super filly did not disappoint in the $4-million Turf. Not to mention, establishing the top horse in several age divisions along with the top jockey and trainer.
Game Winner will hope to follow in the footsteps of Juvenile winners Nyquist in 2015 and Street Sense in 2006, who went on to win the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs the next year.
As always, the marquee race is Saturday's $6 million Cup Classic that could help determine which thoroughbred ends up as Horse of the Year.
Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert, the man behind Triple Crown winners American Pharoah and Justify, is targeting a fourth Classic win in five years. That leaves the Classic without horse racing's biggest name, but also a bunch of horses poised to make their presence known - and bettors happy.
Ridden by Joel Rosario, Accelerate covered 1 1/4 miles in 2:02.93 and paid $7.40, $6 and $4.40. A Baffert exacta with West Coast and McKinzie finishing first and second is a real possibility in this year's Classic. "He's a really healthy, strong guy".
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The season-ending championships should also provide a glimpse of what to expect when racing returns to the historic track for next May's 145th Kentucky Derby. And Godolphin manager Hugh Anderson pointed out Godolphin has had four impressive 2-year-old winners in England, Ireland and France in the past few weeks so Sheik Mohammed's cupboard of 2019 Classic contenders is overflowing. No. 8 Chanteline (15-1) and No. 13 Will Call (20-1) are both longshots worthy of a look in this 5.5-furlong sprint.
The hot prospect for the $3.3 million first prize in the one-and-a-quarter mile race - the same distance as the Kentucky Derby - is the John Sadler-trained Accelerate, a multiple victor at the top level in the US.
Irad Ortiz, Jr. celebrates after riding Newspaperofrecord to victory in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf horse race at Churchill Downs, Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, in Louisville, Ky. Ridden by Florent Geroux, the three-year-old filly relaxed in second early as Canadian runner Wonder Gadot went to the lead. An injury knocked McKinzie off the Derby trail which cleared the way for Justify to become the thirteenth Triple Crown victor since 1919 and Baffert's second Triple Crown champion in three years. To win the Santa Anita Handicap (in March) was for me probably one or two on my bucket list. Wonder Gadot faded to ninth while Abel Tasman, the 2017 Kentucky Oaks victor, faded to last in the 11-horse field. Trained by Louisville native Brad Cox, Monomoy Girl has won five of six as a 3-year-old and might have been unbeaten if not for a disqualification to second after winning the Grade 1 Cotillion in September.
There is the current frontrunner for the Cartier Award as Europe's Horse of the Year, Roaring Lion, who already has won four group 1 races this year in England and Ireland.
The John Gosden-trained Enable is the first Arc victor to have success at the Breeders' Cup meeting in the same season.
Trainer Mark Casse enjoyed his fifth career Breeders' Cup win when Shamrock Rose, a two-time stakes victor at Woodbine, edged out Chalon at odds of 25-1 in the $1-million Filly and Mare Sprint.