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Kentucky Derby 2017

Rebel: Going for the Gusto

The Rebel is the only Kentucky Derby prep of the weekend but it's a full field which results in a good betting opportunity, and it has maybe the most intriguing Derby contender out there: The Factor.


If The Factor can't carry his electrifying speed around two turns Bob Baffert will drop him back to sprinting. But if he is successful, he will move onto the Arkansas Derby, and potentially the Kentucky Derby. If that latter happens, it could change the whole complexion of the race on May 7.

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