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Solomini Post Position Chances of Winning the Kentucky Derby

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Published on:
May/02/2018

Solomini will start from post position number seventeen with 22-1 odds. SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

POST POSITION 17 HISTORY

There have been zero winners from this post position. 

 

QUOTES

You can quote us:  "It sucks!"

Forbes.com on his chances of winning the 2018 Kentucky Derby:

"He's got only a maiden win to his credit, though he's been running in nothing but graded stakes races, finishing second in three of them. He's by Curlin, which suggests the 10 furlongs won't be a problem."

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- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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