2015 Kentucky Derby Contenders

2015 Kentucky Derby Contenders

This coming weekend the first jewel of the fabulous Triple Crown event unveils its powerful action at Churchill Downs as the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby will take place with a  with a $2 million purse guarantee.

Horse racing enthusiasts will get a taste of the Derby starting on May 1st following the top races on the 2nd of May. The Kentucky Derby is also known as “The Most Exciting Two Minutes In Sports” and it will be followed by the Preakness Stakes then the Belmont Stakes.

Many state that thoroughbred racing is an emotional ambush, a sport that lures in romantics and then finds creatively cruel ways to break their hearts.

As we get closer and closer to the “D” Day, these are the most recent betting odds for the top contenders and pretenders of the 2015 Kentucky Derby:

American Pharoah 9/4

Dortmund 9/2

Carpe Diem 7/1

Materiality 12/1

Mubtaahij 12/1

Frosted 16/1

Firing Line 18/1

International Star 18/1

Upstart 20/1

El Kabeir 33/1

Far Right 33/1

Itsaknockout 33/1

Bolo 40/1

Danzig Moon 40/1

Keen Ice 40/1

The Most Exciting 2 Minutes in Sports

The Most Exciting 2 Minutes in Sports

Who is the Kentucky Derby Favorite?

Having won his last 4 races by more than 22 lengths, American Pharoah blazed through his final pre-Derby workout Sunday, ripping through five furlongs in 58.40 seconds. The performance was the final stamp of approval of the horse as the Derby favorite – and then some. It moved longtime workout clocker Gary Young to make this declaration to the track publicity staff: “I have been doing this for 35 years, and he might be the best horse I’ve ever seen.”

Then undefeated Dortmund showed up on the track Monday after shipping in from California, looking as much like a CGI creation as a real horse. The rippling, statuesque giant stands 17.2 hands tall and weighs 1,360 pounds. The son of 2008 Derby winner Big Brown is out of a towering mare named Our Josephina – a little bit like coupling Rebecca Lobo with Shaq.

Six years ago, Baffert’s Pioneerof The Nile was second to shocking longshot Mine That Bird, who shot through on the rail to score one of the biggest Derby upsets ever. Pioneerof The Nile also was trained by Baffert and owned by Zayat – and happens to be American Pharoah’s sire.

At the end of the day, nobody owns the Kentucky Derby. You can only hope to steal a two-minute tryst with it.

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