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  Kentucky Derby 2019: Entries, Odds and Posting Positions

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Now, the handicapping of
2019 Kentucky Derby can really begin.

On Tuesday, 20 full posts were drawn for the 145th renewal of Churchill Downs (1 1/4 miles). This year for a record $ 3 million.

With Omaha Beach, the expected betting favorite, the Kentucky Derby will race on Saturday as the 12th race from 2pm at 6:50 pm ET on time. NBC is broadcast.

Here is an overview of the order of derby points with coaches and jockeys. Mike Battaglia also set his 45th straight line odds for tomorrow.

. 1 War of Will, 20-1 (Mark Casse / Tyler Gaffalione): The winner of Lecomte (G3) and Risen Star (G2) suffered a minor injury just a few steps from the gate of the Louisiana Derby (G2) and took home ninth place as a heavy favorite. Casse vows that there are no physical problems, but the inner draw is an important issue for a horse that wants to get involved early.

. 2 Tax, 20-1 (Danny Gargan / Junior Alvarado): Claiming his first victory in Keeneland through the current connections, he has since made three starts, all 1 1/8 mile missions at Aqueduct, including one victory at the Withers Stakes (G3). Gargan is the first Derby trainer with a stallion to withstand the pace.

. 3 By My Standards, 20-1 (Calender: Calhoun, winner of more than 3,000 races) has his first derby starter in a foal that could not look any better in his morning work. The son of first crop father Goldencents wants to reverse the trend of the winners of Louisiana Derby (G2) on the first Saturday in May.

. 4 Gray Magician, 50-1 (Peter Miller / Drayden Van Dyke): The California-based colt is preparing for the Kentucky Derby as first Vice-Uby Derby (G2). He may not be good enough, but the links give one try to know that Gray Magician should have no problem grinding 1 1/4 miles. He will be one of the highest prizes in this area.

. 5 Unlikely, 6-1 (Bob Baffert / Irad Ortiz Jr.): Like the Game Winner, this Baffert foal was twice second to start his season, but there was always a lot of hope for the fox that once was filled in Triple Crown winner Justify. Last fall, Improbable scored a significant victory over the Churchill track. Blinkers are coming for the derby. 6th Vekoma, 20-1 (George Weaver / Javier Castellano): The winner of the Blue Grass Stakes (G2) receives for an unconventional, criss-crossed step no style points. But that did not seem to stop him yet. Vekoma, the winner with multiple rankings, is easily denied and fits well into the early tempo scenario. How far will he go?

. 7 Maximum Security, 10-1 (Jason Servis / Luis Saez): Offered at $ 16,000 on its first launch, the homebred of Gary and Mary West is undefeated and relatively untested. He posted the best late pace numbers for the field after setting a light pace in the Florida Derby (G1). How will he fare if more pressure is put on the leadership?

. 8 Tacitus, 10-1 (Bill Mott / Jose Ortiz): One of the only two winners of the preparatory phase to enter the derby is this first foal from the Close Hatches champion. but he proved himself on race day. The Gray overcame a lot of effort early on to defeat the Wood Memorial (G2) last time.

9th Plus Que Parfait, 30-1 (Brendan Walsh / Ricardo Santana Jr.): He was unsuccessful domestically to his three-year-old campaign Plus Que Parfait traveled overseas to win the UAE derby (G2) with some bold stretch movements. Last year, he finished second in Churchill Downs in a second-class race.

10. Cutting Humor, 30-1 (Todd Pletcher / Corey Lanerie): He Made a Great One Step forward to win the Sunland Derby (G3) at record levels. Since John Velazquez adheres to the code of honor, it is not too bad to win Churchill's longtime jockey, Lanerie, for this place. Look for a soil-conserving ride and a big delay.

. 11 Haikal, 30-1 (Kiaran McLaughlin / Rajiv Maragh): The winner of the Gotham Stakes (G3) was late in the competition, but still has two laps to go after a non-threatening third place in the Holzdenkmal (G2). Haikal is a sibling of the late Takaful, a 1st class sprinter.

12th Omaha Beach, 4-1 (Richard Mandella / Mike Smith): He won a Derby favorite with wins from California for Oaklawn Parks Rebel Piles (G2) and Arkansas Derby (G1). Oh, and keeping last year's Kentucky Derby winner Smith in the iron has certainly helped. Handicappers like his ability to take an early step and maintain it.

. 13 Code of Honor, 15-1 (McGaughey, McGaughey / John Velazquez) McGaughey's first derby contender since his 2013 Orb win is a highly respected and well-trained stallion who may be worse if there's something to knock on Page size. It is getting more and more, but the winner of the Fountain of Youth (G2) has already proved to be a fighter.

fourteenth Win Win Win, 15-1 (Michael Trombetta / Julian Pimentel): Coach of the 2006 derby favorite Sweetnothernsaint has his second starter in this hat-trick stallion, who has set a Tampa Bay Downs action record in a round when he came in second against a speeding distortion in the Blue Grass Stakes (G2).

15th Master Fencer, 50-1 (Koichi Tsunoda / Julien Leparoux): The first colt bred in Japan in the derby is also the third in his country to try the race. He could not beat his local missions, so he's unlikely to do much at Churchill Downs. But the presence of champions Fencer will reopen the derby for Japanese bets.

sixteenth Winner of the Game, 5-1 : Undefeated at 2 and the Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner in Churchill. This son of Candy Ride suffered two narrow defeats in rebel operations (G2) and Santa Anita Derby (G1). But Baffert brought him back slowly and looked at the right time to its climax.

17th Roadster, 6-1 (Bob Baffert / Florent Geroux): After being named "TMZ Horse" by Baffert last July, this could be his next American Pharaoh or Justify, Roadster has met expectations so far. Completing his 2 year season for a breathing problem, he is 2-2 with a win at the Santa Anita Derby (G1). 18th Long Range Toddy, 30-1 (Steve Asmussen / Jon Court): Last time he was at the Arkansas Derby (G1) did not like it very much, but otherwise proved to be a consistent competitor. Two back, he showed a parental foot move to track down Unlikely in Rebel Raids (G2), and won several second-place wins over smaller distances.

19th Spinoff, 30-1 (Todd Pletcher / Manny Franco): This is not a typical crop of Pletcher contenders, though Spinoff looks like a Colt in improving. The son of Hard Spun was not thrilled at the age of two, but was able to prevail in Tampa Bay Downs by 11 3/4 lengths and went straight to the Louisiana Derby (G2) in second place.

20th Country House, 30-1 (Bill Mott / Flavien Prat): The son of Lookin At Lucky is the only Derby contender to hit the board in two big preparations. Post position does not matter. He will catch up in the late stages after finishing fourth in the Louisiana Derby (G2) and third in the Arkansas Derby (G1).

There is also one [Bodexpress] (Gustavo Delgado / Chris Landeros), the girl who finished second in the Florida Derby (G1). He has until Friday, 9:00 (ET), the deadline for scratching to box. Others on the derby preference list – Signalman, Anothertwistafate, Sueno, and Bourbon War – will all aim to develop into a strong Preakness Stakes on May 18 in Pimlico. Function () {)
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