2012 Kentucky Derby Post Position And Odds

2012 Kentucky Derby Post Position And Odds

Louisville : KY : USA | May 03, 2012 at 10:38 PM PDT
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Here is the tentative post position list along with the odds for this year's Kentucky Derby on Saturday. All positions and odds are subject to change.

1. Daddy Long Legs -- 30-1.

2. Optimizer -- 50-1.

3. Take Charge Indy -- 15-1.

4. Union Rags -- 9-2.

5. Dullahan -- 8-1.

6. Bodemeister -- 4-1.

7. Rousing Sermon -- 50-1.

8. Creative Cause -- 12-1.

9. Trinniberg -- 50-1.

10. Daddy Nose Best -- 15-1.

11. Alpha -- 15-1.

12. Prospective -- 30-1.

13. Went the Day Well -- 20-1.

14. Hansen -- 10-1.

15. Gemologist -- 6-1.

16. El Padrino -- 20-1.

17. Done Talking -- 50-1.

18. Sabercat -- 30-1.

19. I'll Have Another -- 12-1.

20. Liason -- 50-1.

In case one of the horses is hurt, the horse My Adonis would be the replacement. As you can see from the odds the way that they stand now, you have the opportunity to choose from a plethora of longshots. Expect this year's Kentucky Derby to be wide open. Hopefully, this year's winner will win the Triple Crown.

Source: www.kentuckyderby.com

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