The 24th Breeders' Cup World Championships begin Friday at Oceanport, N.J., and forecasts for the two-day event call for an 80 percent chance or precipitation today and 100 percent on Saturday. Temperatures on both days will vary from the low to the high 60s. According to a story in Friday's New York Post, rain has fallen on the Breeders' Cup only once, and that was nearly 20 years ago (1988) at Churchill Downs. That's all I have to say about that. Enjoy the races.