Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner New Year's Day drops to 15-1 in the latest Kentucky Derby 2014 Future Odds from Wynn Las Vegas.
The colt, trained by Bob Baffert and owned by Gary and Mary West, is second choice in the early wagering for next year's run for the roses. It was only the colt's third start, and first on traditional dirt, but the son of Street Cry should only get better as distance stretches out. New Year's Day was at 65-1 last week.
Honor Code, second in the Champagne and next scheduled to compete in the Nov. 30 Remsen, is favored at 10-1. The son of AP Indy, owned by Lane's End Farm, is trained by this year's Derby-winning conditioner, Shug McGaughey.
Todd Pletcher's Havana, winner of the Champagne, looked like a runaway winner of the Juvenile until passed in late stretch by New Year's Day. Havana is currently at 20-1 for the Derby.
Breeders' Cup Juvenile third-place finisher Strong Mandate is currently at 30-1 with Wynn for four-time Derby winning trainer D. Wayne Lukas.
The complete Kentucky Derby 2014 Future Odds are here: