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Irish Derby 2011 Morning Odds

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Jun/25/2011
Irish Derby 2011 Morning Odds

Gambling911.com has the Irish Derby 2011 morning odds with some movement now happening.  Remember, William Hill has the best horse racing odds guaranteed.

Carlton House was listed at 11/8 and still the favorite.  Treasure Beach was seeing some improved value now at 7/2 odds, paying 2 euros better per each euro bet just 48 hours ago. 

Seville had his morning odds cut to 11/2.

Memphis Tennessee was at 10/1.

Native Khan was at 12/1.

Roderic O’Connor was at 14/1.

Notable Graduate would pay 16 to 1 odds with a shocking upset.

Irish Derby 2011 morning odds on Dunboyne Express were 25/1 with dry conditions expected and providing this long shot with a disadvantage as his preference is a soft track.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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