Hofburg Post Position Chances of Winning the Kentucky Derby

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Hofburg will start from post position number nine with 20-1 odds. SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE


4 winners

Riva Ridge (1972); Venetian Way (1960); Tomy Lee (1959); Count Turf (1951).


GARRETT O’ROURKE, JUDDMONTE FARMS’ MANAGER (HOFBURG, Post Position 9, 20-1) – “We couldn’t be happier. All the speed’s to the inside, I’m sure it’ll go; there’s some speed to the outside. Hopefully there’ll be plenty of room for us to settle somewhere midpack. It’ll be entirely up to the jockey but you don’t want to be too far back and I don’t think he has to be. But he won’t be fighting for the front here, for definite. The front here is positioned to go so I would hope there’s going to be room there in the middle for people to just pick a nice spot. I just hope he gets a nice, comfortable position so he can move in the second half of the race. The draw seems to set up for everybody to be relatively happy.”


Justify (3-1)
Mendelssohn (5-1)
Magnum Moon (6-1)
Bolt d'Oro (8-1)
Audible (8-1)
Good Magic (12-1)
Vino Rosso (12-1)
Hofburg (20-1)
My Boy Jack (30-1)
Enticed (30-1)
Solomini (30-1)
Noble Indy (30-1)
Flameaway (30-1)
Free Drop Billy (30-1)
Promises Fulfilled (30-1)
Bravazo (50-1)
Lone Sailor (50-1)
Firenze Fire (50-1)
Instilled Regard (50-1)
Combatant (50-1)
Blended Citizen (50-1, also eligible)

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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