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2013 Kentucky Derby Future Odds Released

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Wynn Las Vegas released its first future odds for Kentucky Derby 2013 on Thursday. Uncaptured, an undefeated son of Lion Heart trained by Mark Casse and owned by John C. Oxley is the very early favorite at 30-1.

 

Second choice is Hopeful winner Shanghai Bobby at 40-1, trained by Todd Pletcher for Starlight Racing.

 

Odds for some other notable two-year-olds are:

 

Know More, from the owner/trainer of 2012 Kentucky Derby winner I'll Have Another, is listed at 65-1. Know More is also a son of Lion Heart, who broke his maiden in his first start, the G2 Best Pal stakes at Del Mar.

 

Bob Baffert's Del Mar Futurity winner Rolling Fog, sidelined by bucked shins, is a 100-1 to make the May 4th classic race.

 

Not to be ignored, impressive filly Dreaming of Julia, owned by Stonestreet Farms and trained by Steve Asmussen, is set at 60-1 to win the Kentucky Derby.

 

The complete listing of 2013 Kentucky Derby Future Odds from Wynn Las Vegas is below!

 

Kentucky Derby 2013 Future Odds 9-19-2012
 

 

 

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Older Comments about 2013 Kentucky Derby Future Odds Released...

wait for the futures, remember only 20 get in.
I'd bet $2 now at 150-1. What the heck that's the price of a soda and you can't win money on a Pepsi.
The change in entry criteria for the Derby should keep some pretty good futures odds later in the year. Betting now seems rather silly, but I like the 150-1 odds on Archwarrior and Tree of Life
There is such a small chance the horses someone likes would even be around for the derby.. No way Id wager on this cash grab
Good time to get some great odds if they lock in now
This is Crazy

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