2011 Kentucky Derby Odds

May 3, 2011 by staff 

2011 Kentucky Derby Odds, After stunning the field in Tampa Bay Derby in March, Watch Me go wait out another surprise in the 2011 Kentucky Derby.
Opening Odds: Watch Me Go opens a shot over 5,000 of the money line to win this year’s Kentucky Derby. According to online sports betting, Made Clear as the favorite at 350, while Uncle Mo is right behind him at 400 and Nehra is third at 600.

Current Odds: Nothing has changed to Watch Me Go, which remains under 5,000 of gamblers. Along with commas in the Top and Twinspired, Watch Me Go is the biggest longshot in the Kentucky Derby this year. Of course, 2009 Derby winner Mine That Bird was also a 5000 trip provided this and everyone knows its destination was two years ago.

Race History: In the most recent departure Watch Me Go, finished sixth in the disappointing Illinois Derby (Grade 3) on 9 April. But it did crash on the spot by finishing first in the Tampa Bay Derby (Grade 2) on 3 March. He also won a grant of 23 January this year and an allowance of 11 September last year. His only other choice in 2011 came on February 12, when he finished third in the Sam F. Davis, another Grade 3 race.

Pre-Race Outlook: Although surprised the brothers in the Tampa Bay Derby, punters are likely to Watch Me Go right. While his trainer Kathleen O’Connell have it ready for race day, cannot be good enough to shock the field this Saturday at the Kentucky Derby.

2011 Kentucky Derby 137 Odds to Win – Who will win the Kentucky Derby,

In sharp 140

Uncle Mo 400

Nehra 600

600 Archarcharch

Mucho Macho Man 1400

1500 Master of Hounds

Soldat 1500

Twice The 1500 Appeal

Midnight Interlude 2000

2000 Shackleford

2800 Fire Pants

Brilliant speed 3000

Stay Thirsty 3000

Animal Kingdom 3200

Sway Away 3200

Kitten Derby 4000

Santivan 4200

Turning Point 4500

Eat to the Top 5000

Twinspired 5000

Watch Me Go 5000

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