2020 Kentucky Derby Odds

2020 Kentucky Derby Odds

While there won’t be the same raucous fans in attendance at this year’s 2020 Kentucky Derby, this year’s biggest thoroughbred horse race in North America is still offering plenty of value for horse racing betting enthusiasts everywhere. With the 2020 Kentucky Derby set to go down live from Churchill Downs Race Track on Saturday, Sept. 5, let’s find take a closer look at each runner’s odds to win the 2020 Kentucky Derby.

2020 Kentucky Derby Odds

1. Finnick the Fierce, +5000

This three-year-old, trained by Rey Hernandez is a real long shot after finishing third in consecutive races and seventh the last time out in the Toyota Blue Grass Stakes on July 11. 

2. Max Player, +2850

After finishing first at Aqueduct in February, Max Player, trained by Steven Asmussen, will hit the Kentucky Derby coming off a pair of identical third place finishes, most recently at the Runhappy Travers Stakes on Aug. 8.

3. Enforceable, +4000

Trained by Mark Casse, Enforceable finished fifth and fourth in his last two events while finishing fourth that last time he raced at Churchill Downs as a two-year-old in November. 

4. Storm the Court, +5000

Trained by Peter Eurton, Storm The Court is winless in five starts, but comes into the Kentucky Derby off an encouraging second place finish in the La Jolla Handicap on Aug. 9, following a pair of third place finishes and a sixth place finish in his three previous races. 

5. Major Fed, +6600

Trained by Gregory Foley, Major Fed has one win and two second place finishes in six starts as a three-year-old. Following a disappointing 10th place finish at Churchill Downs in May, Major Fed finished second in the Indiana Derby on July 8. 

6. King Guillermo, +2000

Trained by Juan Carlos Avila, King Guillermo has one win and one second place finish in two starts as a three-year-old and comes into the Kentucky Derby off that second place finish in the Arkansas Derby on May 2. 

7. Money Moves, +5000

Trained by Todd Pletcher, Money Moves won both of his first two races as a three-year-old before finishing second at Saratoga on July 25. 

8. South Bend, +6600

Trained by William Mott, South Bend is winless in eight starts as a three-year-old and comes into the Kentucky Derby off a so-so, fourth place finish at the Runhappy Travers Stakes on Aug. 8. 

9. Mr. Big News, +6600

Trained by Bret Calhoun, Mr. Big News has won two of his four starts as a three-year-old, though he comes into the Derby off a disappointing sixth place finish in the Toyota Blue Grass Stakes on July 11. 

10. Thousand Words, +1600

Trained by the legendary Bob Baffert, Thousand Words has two wins and one second place finish in five races as a three-year-old. Thousand Words comes into the Derby off a win at Del Mar in the Shared Belief Stakes on Aug. 1, but remember, this thoroughbred also finished a distant 11th at Oaklawn in April. 

11. Necker Island, +9000

Trained by Chris Hartman, this three-year-old is winless in seven starts. Necker Island does come into the Derby off of consecutive third place finishes in his last two races, most recently, at the Runhappy Ellis Park Derby on Aug. 9.

12. Sole Volante, +4000

Trained by Patrick Biancone, Sole Volante has a pair of wins, a second place finish and a third place finish in five starts as a three-year-old. Unfortunately, Sole Volante comes into the Kentucky Derby off a disappointing sixth place finish in the Belmont Stakes on June 20. 

13. Attachment Rate, +5000

Trained by Dale Romans, Attachment Rate has one win, three second place finishes and a third place finish in seven starts as a three-year-old. Attachment Rate comes into the Derby off a solid second place finish in the Runhappy Ellis Park Derby on Aug. 9.

14. Winning Impression, +8500

Trained by Dallas Stewart, Winning Impression is winless in six starts as a three-year-old and comes into the Derby off a pair of identical seventh place finishes in his last two races. 

15. Ny Traffic, +1750

Trained by Saffie Joseph Jr., Ny Traffic has one win, three second place finishes and a third place finish in five starts as a three-year-old. Ny Traffic comes into the Derby off a trio of identical second place finishes, most recently, in the TVG.com Haskell Stakes on July 18. 

16. Honor A.P., +600

Trained by John Shirreffs, Honor A.P. has one win and a pair of second place finishes in three starts as a three-year-old and comes into the derby off a second place finish in the Shared Beliefs Stakes on Aug. 1.

17. Tiz the Law, -145

Trained by Barclay Tagg, Tiz The Law won the Belmont Stakes on June 20 and has recorded four wins in four starts as a three-year-old. 

18. Authentic, +800

Trained by Bob Baffert, Authentic has three first place finishes and a second place finish in four starts as a three-year-old. Authentic won the TVG.com Haskell Stakes on July 18 in his last race.