2017 Pennsylvania Derby Betting Odds, Picks

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Sep/22/2017

DRF presents its preview of the 2017 Pennsylvania Derby with the odds appearing below.

Timeline 5-1

Outplay 12-1

Watch Me Whip 20-1

West Coast 8-5

Irap 3-1

Talk Logistics 20-1

Game Over 15-1

Irish War Crime 9-2

The Pennsylvania Derby is a race for thoroughbred horses run at Parx Racing and Casino (formerly known as Keystone Race Track, then from 1986 through 2010 as Philadelphia Park) each year.

It features a generous $1.2 million purse, is open to three-year-olds and is run on a left-handed dirt track.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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