When Does Betting on the Favorite in a Horse Race Make Financial Sense?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Daisy Pricilla, Feb 4, 2019.

  1. Uncle Mo - Eclipse-Award winning 2-year old has Cover The Draw Review not returned to his champion juvenile form this year in his two Derby preps. Pedigree is a huge question in whether or not he can get 10 furlongs, since his sire Indian Charlie is known for siring sprinters and milers. Had a legitimate excuse in the Wood, with an infection hampering him as he failed to fire in the stretch after sensible fractions on the lead.

    Figures to be at least the 2nd post-time favorite in the race. Workouts this week at Churchill Downs have been encouraging. Demand reasonable odds before making a play. Midnight Interlude - Santa Anita Derby winner is the surprise Derby entry for Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert, who expected to bring the ultra-speedy The Factor to this race until he flipped his palate while flopping as an odds-on favorite in the Arkansas Derby.

  2. nicki4

    nicki4 New Member

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