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2011 Kentucky Derby Future Wager

 

2011 Kentucky Derby Future Wager

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2011 Kentucky Derby Future Wager pools
Pool 1 - February 18-20 (Derby Win and Exacta wagering) 
Pool 2 - March 11-13 (Derby Win and Exacta; Oaks win and Exacta)
Pool 3 - April 1-3 (Derby Win and Exacta)

All pools open at noon ET on Fridays and close at 6 p.m. on Sundays. The Oaks pool will have a 6:30 p.m. Sunday close.  As usual, there will be 23 separate interests in each pool, with a mutuel field, or “all others,” serving as the 24th interest.  Win payoffs last year on the Derby winner, Super Saver, paid substantially more than the $18 he returned for $2 on Derby Day. Listed as a separate interest in Pools 1 through 3, he paid $43.20, $51.20, and $73, respectively.



















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What the Nation is saying about 2011 Kentucky Derby Future Wager...

i saw again and again the run of Indian Charlie ihe Derby, he was third and well beaten, and based on that and considering Derby distance, i am not convinced that how Uncle Mo is going to win the Derby???? there are too many good horses after all G1 races have performed, i find Blue grass races and Wood Memorila races are very attractive including Florida Derby, i find Toby's Corner, Dialed IN, Brilliant Speed, Twinspired and even Animal kingdom are all attractive, i checked Toby's Corner's sire Bellamy Road run in one of G1 races where Hennesy became winner and Bellamy Road was 7th, that group was very powerful group, it had Fusiahis Pegasus who was 6th , so Bellamy Road is not a ordinary sire, it is indeed very powerful sire, i am not comparing with Mineshaft, mineshaft is more powerful than Bellamy Road and Indian Charlie.
i select dialed in, premier pegasus and bob baffert entry, i think bob has strategy to enter the factor and jay cito, the factor is tha speediest horse in the derby, the question is whether he can stand the derby distance, that's why he kept jay sito in the field, in my opinion jay sito would stay the distance, if the factor fails, then jay sito will cover that and win the derby coming of the space, now the other factors are dialed in and premier pegasus, i hope that one of this horse among 4 horses will win the derby. at this stage i am ignoring uncle mo, he can no way beat those horses i mentioned above, here is the tactical speed which bob baffert will try to play.
I am on board with Clubhouse Ride!
Clubhouse Ride was at 99-1 or more, put 20 to win on him, I think he will improve enough to be a contender.
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  • mid0827 · Off the Derby Trail. But then why did Churchill put him in the Future Wager? Buyer beware, you might say. But not so fast. I would suggest it's pure laziness on Churchill's part. Clubhouse Ride last worked on Jan. 26, blistering 5f in :58 4/5. Nothing since. That means the Future Wager pool opened, and this horse had not worked in 23 days. Is that a warning sign? YES, of course it is. How about a phone call to the trainer - is that too much to ask? After all, there are only 23 horses and most have workouts within the last 3 weeks. I'm sure they have known he was off the trail for some time now, but it only gets reported today. Nice job. · 1157 days ago ·
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  • judyjewel · wow that sucks · 1157 days ago ·
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Did anyone see Tom Amoss on HRTV running his mouth about how Rosie was the best jock down in New Orleans and how she is exposing the colony...exposing the colony?..this dude likes to hear himself talk...she prompltly finished off the board with his charge..any journeyman could have done that...
The list of 23 separately listed interests in Pool 1 in the Kentucky Derby Future Wager is scheduled for release by Churchill Downs on Wednesday, said track spokesman John Asher. The pool will run Friday through next Sunday, Feb. 20. Pool 2 is set for March 11-13, and Pool 3 for April 1-3.
Dialed In to win the Derby for me, although Uncle Mo does look tough.
Can't wait to see Uncle Mo make his 3 yr debut
Mu money is on Uncle Mo to show in the Derby and long shot bet is Uncle Mo to win the triple crown.