Breeders Cup Classic 2011 Morning Odds

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Dan Shapiro
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Breeders Cup Classic 2011 Morning Odds

Breeders Cup Classic 2011 morning odds had Uncle Mo, Havre Grace and So You Think in a virtual dead head.  You can place all of your bets on the Breeders Cup Classic online at Churchill Downs-owned TwinSpires.com here (legal and licensed in the US)

Uncle Mo has not had a line over 4/1 but very few books were offering anything less with the exception of 7/2, which essentially would pay out $14 on a $4 bet compared to $16 on a $4 bet for the 4/1 odds

Havre De Grace had odds of 4/1 with only a few books offering her at 9/2.

So You Think was getting 4/1 odds, though a few books had him at 5/1.

Flat Out was starting to catch up with the other three favorites with odds of 6/1 but there were a few books offering 5/1.

From here, the odds more than double with the remaining contenders.

To Honor And Serve – 12/1

Game On Dude – 12/1 to 14/1

Stay Thirsty – 12/1 to 14/1

Ruler On Ice – 16/1 to 18/1

Drosselmeyer – 25/1 with a few books offering as low as 20/1.

Rattlesnake Bridge – Either 33/1 or 40/1.  There was really no in between.

Headache and Ice Box were both at 50/1.

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- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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