Early 2019 Kentucky Derby Odds to Win

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Mary Montgomery
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There are a number of top horses to win the 2019 Kentucky Derby.  These are your early odds.


Some books have already posted prop bet odds for the margin of victory in this year’s Kentucky Derby. For example, if you think that the winning horse in the 2019 Kentucky Derby will best the field by a half-length to three-quarter length distance, you can get +375 betting odds.

One of the more interesting Kentucky Derby bets on the board with the actual field sight unseen is the winning gate. The odds that one of the entries starting from the No. 1 post through the No. 10 post wins the race are set at -300. The odds for a horse winning the race from gates 11 through 20 are set at +200. That seems like a very tempting bet to place, but there is always a reason why the odds are set the way they are.

Game Winner+700 - Pays $70 for every $10 bet.  He's the winner of three grade 1 races including the Del Mar Futurity, American Pharoah Stakes and Breeders Cup Juvenile and finished 2nd in his most recent race, the grade 2 Rebel Stakes. 

He'll be running the Santa Anita Saturday.

Improbable+800 - He finished the Los Alamitos Futurity-G1

Maximum Security+1000 - He won his only grade 1 race, the Florida Derby and is expected to race next in the Kentucky Derby.

War Of Will+1200 - His most recent race was the Louisiana Derby, a 9th place finish.

He finished 2nd in the grade 2 Risen Star.

Omaha Beach+1400 - He was the winner of the grade 2 Rebel Stakes and is expected to take part in the Arkansas Derby.



Code of Honor+1800

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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