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Lookin At Lucky Kentucky Derby Odds

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Apr/24/2010

Lookin At Lucky had 2010 Kentucky Derby odds set at +500 for a potential payout of $50 on every $10 bet at BetOnline.  

Lookin At Lucky was among the favorites to win this year's Derby.  Gambling911.com estimates May 1 will be the most trafficked day in its 10 year history thanks to the Derby and a later Shane Mosley vs. Floyd Mayweather, Jr. fight.  Last year's Derby day was the most trafficked ever to date.  Gambling911.com's 2010 Kentucky Derby betting coverage will be among the most extensive on the Net this coming week.

Lookin at Lucky is an American Thoroughbred racehorse. Sired by Smart Strike, a half brother to Canadian Triple Crown Winner Dance Smartly, his dam, Private Feeling, was sired by Belong To Me by the North American Leading Sire of 1993, Danzig.

Lookin at Lucky is owned by Michael Pegram, Karl Watson, and Paul Weitman,Jonathan Pippin and is trained by Bob Baffert.

On March 13, 2010, Lookin at Lucky made his three year old debut at Oaklawn Park with a win in the Rebel Stakes. But on April 3 he had a horrendous trip under Garrett Gomez in the Santa Anita Derby. Bumped, jostled and virtually ridden into the fence, Lookin at Lucky still managed third.

"You know by the way a horse works if he has a chance in the Derby," said Baffert this past week. "This horse has an excellent chance."

Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com 

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