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Flameawy Payout Odds 2018 Kentucky Derby

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May/03/2018

With a win at this weekend's Kentucky Derby, Flameaway would pay out $30 for every $10 bet or $300 for every $100 bet with fluctuations in prices occurring up to post time.  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

WHY IT PROBABLY WON'T HAPPEN

He's raced just once at Churchill Downs, finishing sixth.  Sorry Canada.  Canadian-breds don’t have a stellar history in the Derby, going 0 for 11 since 1966.

WHY IT COULD HAPPEN

Five wins and two seconds from nine starts is nothing to sneeze at and certainly deserves consideration in a trifecta.  He's also won on all surfaces, including dirt.  Certainly consistent.

POST POSITION SCALE OF 1 TO 10 (10 BEING THE HIGHEST)

5 - 5 winners and we rate this one a 5 as well.  Super Saver was the most recent in 2010.  It was 23 years prior to that when Seattle Slew won; Decidedly did so in 1962, 16 years before; Pensive in 1944, nearly 18 years before but there was only a three-year gap from when Whirlaway won in 1941.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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