Odds To Win The 2018 Preakness Stakes

2018 Kentucky Derby Odds & Picks

The 2018 Kentucky Derby field is set. The Bob Baffert trained Justify has been installed as early favorite. Is Justify a good bet as the race favorite? Or, will some other horse throw a horseshoe into Justify’s chances of winning the Kentucky Derby? Is there a smarter 2018 Kentucky Derby bet? Who is the long shot pick to win?

2018 Kentucky Derby
144th Running of the Roses
Saturday, May 5th, 2018
Post Time: 6:34 PM ET
TV Coverage: 2:30-7:20 PM ET
Watch: NBC
Stream: NBC Sports Live

2018 Kentucky Derby Odds & Picks

  1. Firenze Fire +7500
  2. Free Drop Billy +3500
  3. Promises Fulfilled +5500
  4. Flameaway +4000
  5. Audible +700
  6. Good Magic +900
  7. Justify +360
  8. Lone Sailor +5000
  9. Hofburg +1450
  10. My Boy Jack +2800
  11. Bolt d’Oro +800
  12. Enticed +2500
  13. Bravazo +6000
  14. Mendelssohn +500
  15. Instilled Regard +5000
  16. Magnum Moon +750
  17. Solomini +2500
  18. Vino Rosso +1300
  19. Noble Indy +3000
  20. Combatant +6000

The 2018 5Dimes Favorite To Win The Kentucky Derby:  Justify +360

The Bob Baffert trainee has every right to win by open lengths on May 5. He’s from Scat Daddy and a Ghostzapper mare. Scat Daddy has turned into a seriously talented sire while Ghostzapper was one of the fastest horses in the past 50 years.

Justify is lightly raced. That can work for, or against him. He’s got upside. But, he runs in the most difficult race of his life in only his fourth lifetime race. He didn’t run as a 2-year-old. Another sign that says he’s not ready for this, is if he’s such an awesome horse, why did Baffert wait until 2018 to race him?

Lots of questions surrounding the race favorite. 

The Smart Pick To Win The 2018 Kentucky Derby:  Audible +700

At +700, Audible is an overlay. He could go off closer to +1000 once chalk bettors pound Justify. All Audible has done is win his last 3 races, improve with every start, and win one race near the lead and the other closing from far back.

His tractability could be the key on the First Saturday in May. The Derby field will have 20 racehorses. Audible should get position with ease. If he gets shuffled back, the horse won’t panic. Instead, he’ll allow jockey Javier Castellano to weave him through traffic. I believe he’s a great bet at +700.

The Longshot Pick To Win The 2018 Kentucky Derby:  Enticed +2500

What’s wrong with Enticed? He got the worst of it battling with Vino Rosso in the Wood Memorial stretch. That doesn’t bother me as much as you’d think, though. The reason is because Enticed fought just as hard. He just wasn’t comfortable on the rail.

Also, I don’t see Enticed having trouble with the distance. He’s sired by Medaglia d’Oro, just like Bolt d’Oro is. Not only that, but on his mom’s side is Mineshaft. I mean, really? He can’t get the distance?

If he had won the Wood Memorial his odds would be around +1000 to +1200. Because he finished second, his odds are +2500. Enticed can pull off the upset.

2018 Kentucky Derby Post Positions & ML Odds

2018 Kentucky Derby Post Positions & ML Track Odds

The draw for the 2018 Kentucky Derby is complete and the morning line odds from Churchill Downs are out. 5Dimes’ horse racing odds are available here. The race takes place on Saturday, May 5th with the post time at 6:50 PM ET.

2018 Kentucky Derby Post Positions & Morning Line Track Odds

2018 Kentucky Derby
144th Running of the Roses
Saturday, May 5th, 2018
Post Time: 6:34 PM ET
TV Coverage: 2:30-7:20 PM ET
Watch: NBC
Stream: NBC Sports Live

  1. Firenze Fire 50/1
  2. Free Drop Billy 30/1
  3. Promises Fulfilled 30/1
  4. Flameaway 30/1
  5. Audible 8/1
  6. Good Magic 12/1
  7. Justify 3/1
  8. Lone Sailor 50/1
  9. Hofburg 20/1
  10. My Boy Jack 30/1
  11. Bolt d’Oro 8/1
  12. Enticed 30/1
  13. Bravazo 50/1
  14. Mendelssohn 5/1
  15. Instilled Regard 50/1
  16. Magnum Moon 6/1
  17. Solomini 30/1
  18. Vino Rosso 12/1
  19. Noble Indy 30/1
  20. Combatant 50/1

AE Blended Citizen 50/1

2018 Kentucky Derby Power Rankings 

2018 Kentucky Derby Power Rankings

The 2018 Kentucky Derby is less than a week away. Currently, there are 20 runners in line to compete in the fastest two minutes in sports. If you haven’t heard of more than a handful of those thoroughbreds that’s ok. I used the weekend and a case of Red Bull to study up on the 2018 Kentucky Derby hopefuls and have the compiled the definitive 2018 Kentucky Derby power rankings!

2018 Kentucky Derby Power Rankings

2018 Kentucky Derby
144th Running of the Roses
Saturday, May 5th, 2018
Post Time: 6:34 PM ET
TV Coverage: 2:30-7:20 PM ET
Watch: NBC
Stream: NBC Sports Live

  1. Mendelssohn +450 – His UAE Derby victory was awe-inspiring. He’s also a half-brother to mare champion Beholder. This guy’s the real deal.
  2. Justify +330 – The Santa Anita Derby win was great. If he repeats it, he should finish in the Top 3. He’ll have to better than the SA Derby to beat a monster like Mendelssohn.
  3. Bolt d’Oro +700 – I like how he kept trying in the SA Derby even though he wasn’t going to catch Justify. Justify got an easy lead in that race. He won’t on Saturday. That gives Bolt d’Oro a shot.
  4. Audible +625 – The fact he can run pretty much any way he must to win a race means he should be right there in the Top 4 on May 5.
  5. Vino Rosso +1400 – Jockey John Velasquez chose to ride Vino Rosso over Todd Pletcher’s other Kentucky Derby contenders. That’s all you must know about his chances.
  6. Magnum Moon +600 – Sure, he was green in the Arkansas Derby stretch. He still easily won. Pletcher’s had 3 weeks to get him to learn how to run straight.
  7. My Boy Jack +1500 – Of the true closers, he’s probably the best. He looked good winning the Lexington Stakes at 1 1/16 miles. He could be a force if the pace melts down.
  8. Hofburg +2000 – Here’s another closer with a ton of potential. I think he’ll have a shot, like My Boy Jack, if the pace melts down.
  9. Good Magic +900 – Trainer Chad Brown hopes to have Good Magic peak on Saturday. Even if Good Magic peaks, he still might not finish in the Top 8.
  10. Noble Indy +2500 – He must improve to get into the Top 10. I believe he does. But, like Good Magic, the Top 8 are just better horses, I think.
  11. Flameaway +3000 – No horse runs with as much heart as Flameaway does. Heart will take you so far in the Kentucky Derby.
  12. Enticed +2300 – I believe he ran about as well as he could in the Wood Memorial. Without improving, he’ll have no shot on Saturday.
  13. Instilled Regard +2000 – He flattened after running well earlier this year. This seems too tough.
  14. Solomini +2200 – Usually, everything Baffert runs is live. Solomini doesn’t appear to be live on May 5, though. He’s an okay horse. These are good to great horses.
  15. Combatant +6000 – Steve Asmussen gets a runner in the Run for the Roses. That’s about all I can write about Combatant.
  16. Free Drop Billy +3500 – 35 to 1 are underlay odds on Free Drop Billy.
  17. Lone Sailor +4500 – He doesn’t have much chance of catching Justify, Mendelssohn, Bolt d’Oro, etc.
  18. Firenze Fire +5500 – He’s just not fast enough. 
  19. Promises Fulfilled +5000 – Either runs with Mendelssohn and Justify early and loses by 50 lengths. Or, he doesn’t run with those two and loses by 25 lengths. 
  20. Bravazo +5000 – Got lucky to win the Risen Star Stakes. That’s why he’s in the field. I don’t see any situation where Bravazo finishes in the Top 4.
Kentucky Derby 2018 Odds & Picks

Kentucky Derby 2018 Odds & Picks

5Dimes’ horse racing oddsmakers have released the early 2018 Kentucky Derby betting odds. Which runner is the favorite to win the 144th Running of the Roses? Is there a smart pick to win the Kentucky Derby? Could a long shot come from behind and take the crown?

Kentucky Derby 2018 Odds & Picks

  • Justify +370
  • Mendelssohn +470
  • Magnum Moon +650
  • Audible +670
  • Bolt D’oro +750
  • Good Magic +900
  • Vino Rosso +1400
  • My Boy Jack +1500
  • Solomini +2000
  • Enticed +2150
  • Noble Indy +2250
  • Quip +3000
  • Hofburg +3000
  • Flameaway +3000
  • Free Drop Billy +3500
  • Gronkowski +4000
  • Lone Sailor +4500
  • Promises Fulfilled +5000
  • Bravazo +5000
  • Firenze Fire +5500
  • Snapper Sinclair +5750
  • Combatant +6000
  • Restoring Hope +7500
  • Reride +8500

The 5Dimes Odds-on Favorite To Win The Kentucky Derby: Justify +370 / Mendelssohn +475

No horse has won the Kentucky Derby after not racing at 2 since Apollo did it in 1882. That’s a long time. However, the last horse to come around with as much fanfare as Justify’s gotten was American Pharoah in 2015. American Pharoah won the Triple Crown. Like Justify, Bob Baffert trained him.

Justify easily beat rival Bolt d’Oro in the Santa Anita Derby. He could just be one of those great racehorses that love to run. If Justify is one of those great racehorses, no history will stop him from winning the Derby on May 5.

Even though all of that’s true, Justify is a play against.  Why? It’s impossible to take such low odds on a horse to win the Kentucky Derby. There will be full field gunning for Justify in the 2018 Derby. It’s important to look for more value.

Trainer Aidan O’Brien said that he won’t ship Mendelssohn to Churchill Downs until one or two days before the race. O’Brien does that with all of his horses. He wants his equines to keep their mind on racing. The best way to do that, O’Brien believes, is to keep them from getting too comfortable with their surroundings.

It’s a different way of thinking about it. During his illustrious career, it’s worked for Aidan O’Brien. He’s won every major stakes race in the world save for those run in the United States. Will it work on May 5? It could. Mendelssohn is definitely good enough to win the Kentucky Derby.

I don’t believe he’s +475 good enough. Mendelssohn’s odds are just too low for me to even consider betting on. Look elsewhere.

The 2018 Kentucky Derby Smart Pick: Audible +670

He’s sort of the forgotten horse. The reason is because it will have been 5 weeks between his win in the Florida Derby and the Kentucky Derby. Based on his Florida Derby win, Audible should be favored to take home the Run for the Roses.

Yes, he was that impressive. Audible is an incredibly versatile horse. He ran close to the lead when he won the Holy Bull Stakes. He ran well off the pace and won going away in the Florida Derby. Jockey John Velasquez could ride Vino Rosso in the Derby. I believe he sticks with Audible.

If he does, the same connections that won the 2017 Kentucky Derby with Always Dreaming could make it back to back with Audible. Johnny V. will have the luxury of deciding to run near the pace, or to run right off.

The Into Mischief sired colt is the smart 2018 Kentucky Derby pick.

The2018 Kentucky Derby Long Shot Pick:  Gronkowski +4000

Gronkowski is named after New England Patriots’ tight-end Rob Gronkowski. Now the famed NFL TE is a part owner of the thoroughbred. So if you want to bet on Gronkowski, now is the time befor Boston fanboys start driving the odds down.

He (the horse) received an invitation to the 2018 Kentucky Derby after winning the Burradon Stakes, a mile event, at Newcastle. Gronkowski’s odds imply he has no shot at winning the Derby on May 5.

I beg to differ. The reason Gronkowski has a shot of winning on May 5 has nothing to do with his name. His trainer, Jeremy Noseda, is one of the top thoroughbred trainers in the world. He knows what he’s doing.

Gronkowski has won 4 straight races on synthetic. But, his broodmare was sired by Preakness Stakes winner Lookin At Lucky. Gronk’s sire is Lohnro, one of the greatest racehorses to ever run in Australia.

The equine Gronk has what it takes to upset the favorites on Derby Day.

Betting Cheat Sheet Picks for Every 2017 Breeders’ Cup Race

2017 Breeders’ Cup Race Betting Cheat Sheet

The 2017 Breeders’ Cup is this Friday, Nov. 3 and this Saturday, Nov. 4 live at the historic Del Mar track in California. The ML odds are out and if you need an edge with your Breeders’ Cup picks then keep reading for my analysis and my personal picks for the races I like.

2017 Breeders’ Cup Race Betting Cheat Sheet

Friday, Nov. 3

Race 6 – Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf

Chad Brown has a strong hand in this race. The horse I like is Significant Form. Why? I can’t look past the 8/1 morning line odds. I think Happily sneaks in there for second place while Todd Pletcher’s Orbolution is a must use at 20/1.

Win:  8-Significant Form
Place: 2-Happily
Show: 6-Orbolution 

Race 7 – Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile

Sharp Azteca is one of my best bets this Breeders’ Cup. I know that Mor Spirit put a beat down on Sharp Azteca by 6 lengths in the Metropolitan Handicap. I believe Azteca holds off Spirit on Friday. For third, I like Accelerate.

Win:   3-Sharp Azteca
Place: 6-Mor Spirit
Show: 8-Accelerate

Race 8 – Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf

The key to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf is to not take short odds on any horse. With that being written my top choice is going to be Aidan O’Brien trained Mendelssohn. He’s 8 to 1 on the morning line. He also gets the rail. I think James Garfield has a shot with Frankie Dettori on board. Hemp Hemp Hurray could improve enough to win this.

Win:   1-Mendelssohn 8/1
Place: 7-James Garfield 6/1
Show: 12-Hemp Hemp Hurray

Race 9 – Breeders’ Cup Distaff

With Vale Dori skipping the race, I believe Paradise Woods can take this gate-to-wire. I just checked again. It sure looks like Papa Mandella’s charge gets an easy lead in this. Elate has never raced in California. I still think she runs well. Baffert’s got a contender in Abel Tasman.

Win:   7-Paradise Woods 9/2
Place:  5-Elate 3/1
Show:  4-Abel Tasman 4/1

Saturday, Nov. 4

Race 4 – Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies

Moonshine Memories, the morning line chalk, beat Alluring Star by 2.75 lengths in the Chandelier Stakes. That was Alluring Star’s second lifetime race. The Bob Baffert trainee ran a half-mile in :46.3. I think she’s long gone on Saturday. Princess Warrior had no shot versus Heavenly Love in the Alcibades. She’s the only 2-year-old filly that made up ground. Heavenly Love gets the rail. That means she can save ground until the real running starts.

Win:   9-Alluring Star
Place:  3-Princess Warrior
Show:  1-Heavenly Love

Race 5 – Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint

The BC Turf Sprint is setting up as a match race between summer’s en fuego turf horse, Disco Partner, and super classy Lady Aurelia, right? Not really. Marsha is offering 7/2 odds. She beat Lady Aurelia at York in August. Lady Aurelia is the classiest horse in the race. She shouldn’t finish worse than second. Bucchero could be right there at 5 furlongs. He should get the lead.

Win:   6-Marsha
Place:  3-Lady Aurelia
Show:  11-Bucchero

Race 6 – Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint

9 to 5 favorite Unique Bella should be tough to beat in the BC Filly and Mare Sprint. I can’t put her on top at 9 to 5. I’m going with 12/1 longshot By the Moon. If the pace is swift, and it should be, By the Moon can win this. Unique Bella runs second while Finley’sluckycharm takes home the show money.
Win:   7-By the Moon
Place:  11-Unique Bella
Show:  9-Finley’sluckycharm

Race 7 – Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf

There are a couple of races that I circle every Breeders’ Cup. The 2017 BC Filly & Mare Turf is one of them. Rhododendron breaks from post-position 14. That won’t matter because this race is 1 ¼ miles. I think she offers great value at 8/1. Birdie Gold is at 30 to 1. Don’t sleep on the daughter of Birdstone. She might be good enough to win this. Lady Eli, who figures to go off at no less than 8/5 on race day, should get up for third.

Win:   14-Rhododendron
Place:  3-Birdie Gold
Show:  9-Lady Eli

Race 8 – Breeders’ Cup Sprint

There’s a horse that I love in the BC Sprint. Imperial Hint can either take the lead or lie right off. Either way, the winner of 8 out of 12 from Gulfstream Park should take down defending champion Drefong. Drefong finishes second, though, because Roy H lies too far off the pace on Saturday. Roy H? I’m penciling him for third.

Win:  10-Imperial Hint  
Place: 2-Drefong
Show: 8-Roy H

Race 9 – Breeders’ Cup Mile

Here’s another race where I’ve got a strong opinion. Ribchester, who just ran on Oct. 21, is the horse to beat. He breaks from a disadvantageous post, post-10, and that is a concern. But, there’s no horse in here that touches him on class. I’ll go with Ballagh Rocks for second. There’s a ton of speed signed on, which means his closing kick could be the difference. For third, I’ll put up Seudois. He impressed me when accelerating in the stretch to win the Shadwell Turf Mile.

Win:   10-Ribchester
Place:  11-Ballagh Rocks
Show:  8-Seudois

Race 10 – Breeders’ Cup Juvenile

One of my rules is to never bet on the chalk in a Breeders’ Cup race. Yeah. I must break that rule on Saturday because I don’t see any horse in the Juvenile taking down 9/5 Bolt D’Oro. He’s as special of a two-year-old as I’ve ever seen. Solomini could improve enough for Bob Baffert to take second. Third is a toss-up. I’ll give it to Good Magic. The son of Curlin was purchased for $1,000,000. He’s also trained by Chad Brown, last year’s Eclipse Award winning trainer.

Win:  11-Bolt D’Oro
Place: 2-Solomini
Show: 6-Good Magic

Race 11 – Breeders’ Cup Turf

The 2017 Breeders’ Cup Turf is deep. My win money is going on 15 to 1 morning line shot Bullard’s Alley. He freaked in the Grade 1 Canadian International at Woodbine. I think he freaks again. Javier Castellano gives me even more confidence. Fanciful Angel has finished behind Beach Patrol in his last 2. He finishes ahead of Beach Patrol on Saturday. Decorated Knight could blow up the exotics. Like Bullard’s Alley, he’s at 15 to 1.

Win:   2-Bullard’s Alley
Place: 10-Fanciful Angel
Show: 4-Decorated Knight

Race 12 – Breeders’ Cup Classic

Bob Baffert trains 4 of the 10 horses signed on for the Breeders’ Cup Classic. As crazy as it sounds, I believe 3 of his horses finish first, second, and third. Who do I like of Bob’s quatro to win the BC Classic? I believe the race sets up perfectly for three-year-old Travers winner West Coast. He should get a dream trip behind dueling front runners Collected and Gun Runner. I think Collected hangs on for second while Arrogate runs on for third.

Win:   8-West Coast
Place: 11-Collected
Show: 1-Arrogate

2017 Breeders' Cup Odds

2017 Breeders’ Cup Odds

The last big horse betting weekend of 2017 is here. The Breeders’ Cup races are scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Del Mar Racetrack in Del Mar, California. 

Who will emerge as the top horse after the 2017 Breeders’ Cup? None of 2017’s Triple Crown winners –Always Dreaming, Cloud Computing, and Tapwrit–are running. So which thoroughbred will take the Breeders’ Cup Classic Crown?

Will it be an older horse like Gun Runner or Arrogate? Both are the top two choices in this year’s race. Fan favorite three-year-old West Coast is also in the running.

Post time for the Grade 1, $6 million Classic is 8:35 pm ET, and the race will be part of an NBC telecast from 8 – 9 pm ET.

ML odds are subject to change. Click here for the latest odds. All times EDT.

2017 Breeders’ Cup Odds

What: Breeders’ Cup
When: Nov 3rd-4th, 2017
Start Time: 8:00 PM ET  
Where: Del Mar, California
Track: Del Mar Racetrack
Watch: NBC
Stream: NBC Sports



Post time: 5:25 p.m. Purse: $1 million. Distance: 1 mile for 2-year-olds. 

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds 

1. Best Performance, Christophe Clement, Jose Ortiz, 12-1

2. Happily (IRE), Aidan O’Brien, Ryan Moore, 9-2

3. Now You’re Talking (IRE), Joseph O’Brien, Wayne Lordan, 30-1

4. Madeline (IRE), R.P. Varian, Andrea Atzeni, 20-1

5. Ultima D, Wesley Ward, Tyler Gaffalione, 12-1

6. Orbolution, Todd Pletcher, John Velazquez, 20-1

7. Capla Temptress (IRE), Bill Mott, Joel Rosario, 6-1

8. Significant Form, Chad Brown, Irad Ortiz Jr., 8-1

9. Fatale Bere (IRE), Leonard Powell, Kent Desormeaux, 15-1

10. September (IRE), Aidan O’Brien, Seamie Heffernan, 6-1

11. Rushing Fall, Chad Brown, Javier Castellano, 7-2

12. Dixie Moon, Catherine Day Phillips, Eurico Rosa Da Silva, 20-1

13. Juliet Capulet (IRE), John Gosden, Frankie Dettori,12-1

14. Moon Dash, Michael Stidham, Mike Smith, 15-1

AE Retro, Richard Mandella, Flavien Prat, 20-1

AE Goodthingstaketime (IRE), J.A. Stack, Florent Geroux, 30-1


Post time: 6:05 p.m. Purse: $1 million. Distance: 1 mile for 3-year-olds and up.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. Iron Fist, Steve Asmussen, Ricardo Santana Jr., 12-1

2. Giant Expectations, Peter Eurton, Gary Stevens, 12-1

3. Sharp Azteca, Jorge Navarro, Paco Lopez, 9-2

4. Gato Del Oro, Richard Baltas, Jose Ortiz, 30-1

5. Awesome Slew, Mark Casse, John Velazquez, 12-1

6. Mor Spirit, Bob Baffert, Mike Smith, 3-1

7. Cupid, Bob Baffert, Rafael Bejarano, 8-1

8. Accelerate, John Sadler, Victor Espinoza, 7-2

9. Battle Of Midway, Jerry Hollendorfer, Flavien Prat, 10-1

10. Practical Joke, Chad Brown, Joel Rosario, 6-1


Post time: 6:50 p.m. Purse: $1 million. Distance: 1 mile for 2-year-olds.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. Mendelssohn, Aidan O’Brien, Ryan Moore, 8-1

2. Untamed Domain, Graham Motion, Jose Ortiz, 8-1

3. Sands of Mali (FR), Richard Fahey, Flavien Prat, 30-1

4. Catholic Boy, Jonathan Thomas, Manuel Franco, 12-1

5. Beckford (GB), Gordon Elliott, Joel Rosario, 8-1

6. Masar (IRE), Charlie Appleby, William Buick, 9-2

7. James Garfield (IRE), G.O. Scott, Frankie Dettori, 6-1

8. Voting Control, Chad Brown, Javier Castellano, 8-1

9. Encumbered, Simon Callaghan, Mario Gutierrez,15-1

10. Flameaway, Mark Casse, Julien Leparoux, 20-1

11. Snapper Sinclair, Steve Asmussen, Ricardo Santana Jr., 15-1

12. Hemp Hemp Hurray, Wesley Ward, John Velazquez, 8-1

13. My Boy Jack, Keith Desormeaux, Kent Desormeaux, 8-1

14. Rajasinghe IRE), R.G. Spencer, Stevie Donohoe, 30-1

AE Tap Daddy, Steve Asmussen, Florent Geroux, 20-1

AE Pubilius Syrus, Vladimir Cerin, Corey Nakatani, 20-1


Post time: 7:35 p.m. Purse: $2 million. Distance: 1 1/8 miles for 3-year-olds and up.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. Champagne Room, Peter Eurton, Mario Gutierrez, 15-1

2. Stellar Wind, John Sadler, Victor Espinoza, 5-2

3. Mopotism, Doug O’Neill, Frankie Dettori, 30-1

4. Abel Tasman, Bob Baffert, Mike Smith, 4-1

5. Elate, Bill Mott, Jose Ortiz, 3-1

6. Forever Unbridled, Dallas Stewart, John Velazquez, 4-1

7. Paradise Woods, Richard Mandella, Flavien Prat, 9-2

8. Romantic Vision, Rusty Arnold, Brian Hernandez Jr., 15-1



Post time: 3 p.m. Purse: $2 million. Distance: 1 1/16 miles for 2-year-olds.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. Heavenly Love, Mark Casse, Julien Leparoux, 9-2

2. Tell Your Mama, Bob Hess Jr., Keith Desormeaux, 30-1

3. Princess Warrior, Kenny McPeek, Brian Hernandez Jr., 12-1

4. Gio Game, Mark Casse, Manuel Franco, 15-1

5. Blonde Bomber, Stanley Gold, Jose Lezcano, 20-1

6. Stainless, Todd Pletcher, John Velazquez, 20-1

7. Moonshine Memories, Simon Callaghan, Flavien Prat, 7-2

8. Piedi Bianchi, Doug O’Neill, Mario Gutierrez, 15-1

9. Alluring Star, Bob Baffert, Joe Talamo, 6-1

10. Maya Malibu, Graham Motion, Javier Castellano, 20-1

11. Wonder Gadot, Mark Casse, Patrick Husbands, 8-1

12. Caledonia Road, Ralph Nicks, Mike smith, 15-1

13. Separationofpowers, Chad Brown, Jose Ortiz, 4-1


Post time: 3:37 p.m. Purse: $1 million. Distance: 5 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. Disco Partner, Christophe Clement, Irad Ortiz Jr., 9-2

2. Holding Gold, Mark Casse, Manuel Franco, 15-1

3. Lady Aurelia, Wesley Ward, John Velazquez, 5-2

4. Stormy Liberal, Peter Miller, Joel Rosario, 12-1

5. Washington DC (IRE), Aidan O’Brien, Ryan Moore, 20-1

6. Marsha (IRE), Sir Mark Prescott, Luke Morris, 7-2

7. Richard’s Boy, Peter Miller, Flavien Prat, 10-1

8. Cotai Glory (GB), Charles Hills, Oisin Murphy, 20-1

9. Mongolian Saturday, Enebish Ganbat, Florent Geroux, 20-1

10. Hogy, Mike Maker, Jose Ortiz, 12-1

11. Bucchero, Tim Glyshaw, Fernando De La Cruz, 12-1

12. Pure Sensation, Christophe Clement, Kendrick Carmouche, 20-1

AE Guns Loaded, Doug O’Neill, Rafael Bejarano, 20-1

AE Paquita Coqueta (CHI), Chad Summers, Corey Nakatani, 20-1


Post time: 4:14 p.m. Purse: $1 million. Distance: 7 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. Carina Mia, Chad Brown, Javier Castellano, 12-1

2. Paulassilverlining, Chad Brown, Jose Ortiz, 8-1

3. Curlin’s Approval, Happy Alter, Luis Saez, 20-1

4. Finest City, Ian Kruljac, Corey Nakatani,12-1

5. Bar of Gold, John Kimmel, Irad Ortiz Jr., 30-1

6. Proper Discretion, Philip D’Amato, Kent Desormeaux, 30-1

7. By the Moon, Michelle Nevin, Rajiv Maragh, 12-1

8. Constellation, Bob Baffert, Flavien Prat, 15-1

9. Finley’sluckycharm, Bret Calhoun, Brian Hernandez Jr., 6-1

10. Highway Star, Rodrigo Ubillo, Angel Arroyo, 15-1

11. Unique Bella, Jerry Hollendorfer, Mike Smith, 9-5

12. Skye Diamonds, Wiliam Spawr, T.J. Pereira, 5-1

13. Princess Karen, Jeff Bonde, Julien Leparoux, 20-1

14. Ami’s Mesa, Josie Carroll, Luis Contreras, 20-1


Post time: 5 p.m. Purse: $2 million. Distance: 1 1/8 miles for 3-year-olds and up.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. War Flag, Shug McGaughey, Jose Ortiz,12-1

2. Senga, Pascal Bary, Stephane Pasquier, 20-1

3. Birdie Gold, Gary Mandella, Mike Smith, 30-1

4. Zipessa, Michael Stidham, Joe Bravo, 20-1

5. Wuheida (GB), Charlie Appleby, William Buick, 20-1

6. Cambodia, Thomas Proctor, Drayden Van Dyke, 8-1

7. Dacita (CHI), Chad Brown, Joel Rosario, 8-1

8. Grand Jete (GB), Chad Brown, Javier Castellano, 6-1

9. Lady Eli, Chad Brown, Irad Ortiz Jr., 5-2

10. Queen’s Trust (GB), Sir Michael Stoute, Frankie Dettori, 12-1

11. Nezwaah (GB), R.P. Varian, Andrea Atzeni, 20-1

12. Avenge, Richard Mandella, Flavien Prat, 8-1

13. Goodyearforroses (IRE), Richard Baltas, Corey Nakatani, 12-1

14. Rhododendron (IRE), Aidan O’Brien, Ryan Moore, 8-1

AE Kitten’s Roar, Mike Maker, John Velazquez, 20-1

AE Responsibleforlove (IRE), Neil Drysdale, Joe Talamo, 20-1


Post time: 5:37 p.m. Purse: $1.5 million. Distance: 6 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. Calculator, Peter Miller, John Velazquez, 20-1

2. Drefong, Bob Baffert, Mike Smith, 5-2

3. American Pastime, Bob Hess Jr., Corey Nakatani, 12-1

4. B Squared, Doug O’Neill, Mario Gutierrez, 30-1

5. Whitmore, Ron Moquett, Manuel Franco, 15-1

6. Mind Your Biscuits, Chad Summers, Joel Rosario, 6-1 

7. Takaful, Kiaran McLaughlin, Jose Ortiz, 5-1

8. Roy H, Peter Miller, Kent Desormeaux, 7-2

9. Ransom the Moon, Philip D’Amato, Flavien Prat, 12-1

10. Imperial Hint, Luis Carvajal Jr., Javier Castellano, 9-2


Post time: 6:19 p.m. Purse: $2 million. Distance: 1 mile for 3-year-olds and up.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. Midnight Storm, Philip D’Amato, Tyler Baze, 15-1

2. Heart to Heart, Brian Lynch, Julien Leparoux, 6-1

3. Mr. Roary, George Papaprodromou, Tyler Conner, 30-1

4. Lancaster Bomber, Aidan O’Brien, Seamie Heffernan, 20-1

5. World Approval, Mark Casse, John Velazquez, 9-2

6. Zelzal, Jean-Claude Rouget, Gregory Benoist, 20-1

7. Om, Dan Hendricks, Drayden Van Dyke, 20-1

8. Suedois, David O’Meara, Daniel Tudhope, 6-1

9. Home of The Brave, Hugo Palmer, Mike Smith, 20-1

10. Ribchester (IRE), Richard Fahey, William Buick, 7-2

11. Ballagh Rocks, Bill Mott, Jose Lezcano, 12-1

12. Roly Poly, Aidan O’Brien, Ryan Moore, 6-1

13. Blackjackcat, Mark Glatt, Kent Desormeaux, 15-1

14. Karar (GB), Francis-Henri Graffard, Frankie Dettori, 15-1


Post time: 6:58 p.m. Purse: $2 million. Distance: 1 1/16 miles for 2-year-olds.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. U S Navy Flag, Aidan O’Brien, Ryan Moore, 8-1

2. Solomini, Bob Baffert, Flavien Prat, 6-1

3. Firenze Fire, Jason Servis, Irad Ortiz Jr., 6-1

4. Givemeaminit, Dallas Stewart, Javier Castellano, 20-1

5. Free Drop Billy, Dale Romans, Robby Albarado, 5-1

6. Good Magic, Chad Brown, Jose Ortiz, 8-1

7. The Tabulator, Larry Rivelli, Jose Valdivia Jr., 20-1

8. Bahamian, Simon Callaghan, Mario Gutierrez, 30-1

9. Hazit, Todd Pletcher, John Velazquez, 20-1

10. Golden Dragon, Mikhail Yanakov, Evin Roman, 30-1

11. Bolt d’Oro, Mick Ruis, Corey Nakatani, 9-5

12. Hollywood Star, Dale Romans, Joel Rosario, 15-1


Post time: 7:37 p.m. Purse: $4 million. Distance: 1 ½ miles for 3-year-olds and up.

Horse, trainer, jockey, odds

1. Talismanic (GB), Andre Fabre, Mickael Barzalona, 15-1

2. Bullards Alley, Tim Glyshaw, Javier Castellano, 15-1

3. Highland Reel (IRE), Aidan O’Brien, Ryan Moore, 5-1

4. Decorated Knight (GB), Roger Charlton, Andrea Atzeni, 15-1

5. Ulysses (IRE), Sir Michael Stoute, Frankie Dettori, 7-2

6. Cliffs of Moher (IRE), Aidan O’Brien, Wayne Lordan, 20-1

7. Itsinthepost (FR), Jeff Mullins, Tyler Baze, 15-1

8. Bigger Picture, Mike Maker, John Velazquez, 15-1

9. Seventh Heaven (IRE), Aidan O’Brien, Seamie Heffernan, 20-1

10. Fanciful Angel (IRE), Chad Brown, Irad Ortiz Jr., 12-1

11. Hunt (IRE), Philip D’Amato, Flavien Prat, 15-1

12. Beach Patrol, Chad Brown, Joel Rosario, 4-1

13. Sadler’s Joy, Thomas Albertrani, Julien Leparoux,12-1

14. Oscar Performance, Brian Lynch, Jose Ortiz, 10-1


Post time: 8:35 p.m. Purse: $6 million. Distance: 1 ¼ miles for 3-year-olds and up.

Horse, trainer, odds

1. Arrogate, Bob Baffert, Mike Smith, 2-1

2. War Decree, Aidan O’Brien, Seamie Heffernan, 30-1

3. Win the Space, George Papaprodromou, Joe Talamo, 30-1

4. War Story, Jorge Navarro, Jose Ortiz, 30-1

5. Gun Runner, Steve Asmussen, Florent Geroux, 9-5

6. Mubtaahij (IRE), Bob Baffert, Drayden Van Dyke, 12-1

7. Churchill (IRE), Aidan O’Brien, Ryan Moore, 15-1

8. West Coast, Bob Baffert, Javier Castellano, 6-1

9. Gunnevera, Antonio Sano, Edgard Zayas, 30-1

10. Pavel, Doug O’Neill, Mario Gutierrez, 20-1

11. Collected, Bob Baffert, Martin Garcia, 6-1