Soldat Derby Odds: One of the Better “Mud” Horses

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Don Shapiro
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Soldat Derby Odds

Soldat Derby odds were coming in at +1100 or 11/1 at SBG Global.  This is pretty good value should the weather hold up.  Rain around the Louisville (Churchill Downs) area could move in this afternoon with the potential for a muddy track.  Soldat is one horse that could run in the mud or a sloppy track.   Midnight Interlude is another (also at 12/1 odds). 

Oddly enough, the line on Soldat hasn’t changed much.  He was listed at +1200 just 24 hours ago. 

Soldat will run in the number 17 post position.  Here’s the bad news:  There has never been a horse that won from post No. 17 in the derby's history.  The outside position may be a little too much for Soldat (or most horses for that matter based on history) to handle. 

Gambling911.com is bringing you Kentucky Derby betting coverage throughout the day. 


These odds are courtesy of Bookmaker.com.  Subject to change.  Lock in now


Dialed In


Much Macho Man




Stay Thirsty




Decisive Moment


Pants on fire


Animal Kingdom




Twice the appeal


Midnight Interlude


Comma to the top






Brilliant Speed


Master of Hounds




Watch Me Go




- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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