Odds of Noble Indy Winning This Year's Kentucky Derby

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Apr/30/2018

Noble Indy was coming in at 35/1 odds of winning the 2018 Kentucky Derby early on.

WHY NOBLE INDY CAN WIN THIS YEAR'S KENTUCKY DERBY

He’ll probably have the highest odds of Todd Pletcher’s foursome, and sometimes the overlooked horse can be the best. Example: Real Quiet winning at 8-1 odds for trainer Bob Baffert in 1998 when his Indian Charlie was the favorite.

WHY NOBLE INDY CAN'T WIN THIS YEAR'S KENTUCKY DERBY

How much rust has he accumulated during the six-week layoff since the Louisiana Derby? Since Needles won in 1956, Animal Kingdom (2011) is the only horse to win the Kentucky Derby after a six-week layoff.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING

Trainer Toddy Pletcher reporting on jockey Florent Geroux’s impressions of Noble Indy after a weekend workout at Churchill Downs:

“Florent was very happy and thought the horse breezed well,” trainer Pletcher said. “I cautioned him that if he passed his workmate that he might kind of idle a little bit, and he felt like he stayed very focused through the wire and stayed strong on the gallop out.”

*Source Courier Journal

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11:00 AM 706 Bolt d'Oro   +600  
708 Combatant   +6500  
712 Enticed   +3500  
713 Firenze Fire   +9000  
714 Free Drop Billy   +5500  
716 Good Magic   +825  
720 Instilled Regard   +6500  
722 Lone Sailor   +6000  
726 Mendelssohn   +525  
728 My Boy Jack   +3000  
733 Solomini   +3000  
740 Noble Indy   +3500  
745 Audible   +650  
748 Flameaway   +5500  
750 Vino Rosso   +950  
752 Magnum Moon   +725  
753 Bravazo   +6500  
754 Snapper Sinclair   +10000  
755 Justify   +180  
756 Promises Fulfilled   +8500  
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