Owendale Breeders Cup Payout Odds

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Owendale had payout odds of 15-1 to win this year's Breeders Cup Classic.

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He won his last race, the Grade 3 Oklahoma Derby.  Previously he came in 5th at the Grade 1 Travers Stakes.  He finished a respectable 3rd at this year's Preakness Stakes.

The son of Into Mischief has won four of his seven starts this season, including the G3 Lexington and G3 Ohio Derby.

Trainer Brad Cox ultimately made the decision to race the 3-year-old multiple graded stakes winner.

“He breezed Saturday morning, his first work after the Oklahoma Derby,” Cox said, referencing a half-mile work in :49.00 at his Churchill Downs base. “He went great. We're very pleased with him.”

The jockey status remains questionable.

Owendale has been ridden by Florent Geroux in his last five outings and three of those rides resulted in victory. Geroux thought he had a really good chance to take the Classic with Owendale but injured his sternum in a training accident at Keeneland. But classy trainer Brad Cox has agreed to hold the mount open for Geroux and everyone involved is hoping Geroux can recover in time to ride Owendale in the Classic.

Here are all your odds:

McKinzie (3-1)
Code of Honor (4-1)
Vino Rosso (4-1)
Elate (6-1)
Higher Power (6-1)
Yoshida (8-1)
Mongolian Groom (12-1)
Owendale (15-1)
Seeking the Soul (20-1)
War of Will (20-1)
Math Wizard (30-1)

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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