Uncle Mo Odds to win the 2011 Kentucky Derby at BetUS.com

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Apr/27/2011
Uncle Mo Odds to win the 2011 Kentucky Derby

Uncle Mo’s Odds to win the 2011 Kentucky Derby were listed at 7/2 or +350, which technically still made him the favorite to win.  Nonetheless, Dialed In is starting to play catchup and comes in with 4/1 odds (betting on the 2011 Kentucky Derby was available at BetUS.com here

Trainer Todd Pletcher seemed optimistic about Uncle Mo on Tuesday, telling Bloodhorse.com:  “In the last 96 hours we’re seeing signs around the barn he is back to his old self.  This morning’s work indicates he is on track.”

The horse is recovering from a gastrointestinal tract infection. 

 

Uncle Mo Odds to Win 2011 Kentucky Derby at BetUS.com

 

Uncle Mo    

+350

Mucho Macho Man    

+1000

Smash    

+6000

Stay Thirsty    

+2200

Zaidan    

+6000

Sway Away    

+2000

Sweet Ducky    

+4000

Dialed In    

+400

Comma to the Top    

+2000

Santiva    

+2200

Awesome Patriot    

+3500

Brethren    

+2000

Elite Alex    

+2500

Machen    

+3000

Rocking Out    

+6000

Soldat    

+1000

Tiz Blessed    

+6000

Anthony's Cross    

+4500

Decisive Moment    

+3000

Indian Winter    

+5500

Silver Medallion    

+2000

Arch Traveler    

+4500

Archarcharch    

+900

Free Entry    

+4000

Runflatout    

+2500

Shackleford    

+1500

Wilkinson    

+6500

Willcox Inn    

+6000

Flashpoint    

+3000

Toby's Corner    

+1500

Midnight Interlude    

+1500

Animal Kingdom    

+2500

Pants on Fire    

+2200

Master of Hounds    

+1500

Twice the Appeal    

+1800

Watch Me Go    

+4000

Nehro    

+1000

 

Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

 

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