2019 The Kentucky Derby Triple Crown Horse Racing Betting Odds Preview

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The Triple Crown in 2019 kicks off with the Kentucky Derby on Saturday May 4th to the satisfaction of horse racing fans worldwide. The Kentucky Derby has a post time of 6:50PM Eastern Time and NBC TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Game Winner the +450 odds favorite. Trained by Bob Baffert and ridden by Joel Rosario the three year old colt comes off a second place finish in the Santa Anita Derby. He has four wins in his six lifetime starts with a notable win in the Breeders Cup Juvenile in 2018.

Improbable is second in the wagering at odds of +475 odds. This is trainer Bob Baffert’s second horse in this race, and it will be Irad Ortiz getting the mount. After breaking his maiden at Santa Anita last year, Improbable traveled to earn his Derby points. In 2019, Improbable finished second in the Rebel and Arkansas Derby at Oaklawn Park.

Third in the wagering is Roadster. Bob Baffert trains the top three in the wagering in the Kentucky Derby. Riding Roadster will be Florent Geroux for the first time. Roadster won the Santa Anita Derby with Mike Smith in the irons. Hard to remember when there was a jockey switch from the Santa Anita Derby winner into the Kentucky Derby. Mike Smith was on the Derby favorite in Omaha Beach who was scratched in this race.

Notable longshots include War of Will who returns +1250 odds. With two scratches in this race it will be a field of 19. So, in the one post War of Will gets a little off the rail after the scratches. After two straight wins in Graded Stakes, War of Will suffered a 9th place finish in the Louisiana Derby. He does have a win in his two year old campaign at Churchill Downs.

At +1500 odds is By My Standards. The lightly raced three year old needed four races to break his Maiden. Once he did By My Standards was entered in the Louisiana Derby and came away the winner at 22:1 odds.

Tax is a longshot at +3000 odds. In 2019 Tax won the Withers and finished second in the Wood Memorial all run at Aqueduct Racetrack. He opened his racing career running in Maiden Claiming for two races.

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