Normally the final prep race for the Kentucky Oaks, this year’s Gulfstream Park Oaks is a bit different with the Triple Tiarra rescheduled for the fall. That said, a good field of three-year-olds is entered with Tonalist’s Shape the favorite. Several other contenders deserve a long look.
Assuming the Florida Derby goes off as planned Saturday, Tiz the Law will be a big favorite. However, at least three other horses have legitimate opportunities to win.
The Kentucky Derby has been moved from May to September because of COVID-19 and futures odds have been recalibrated to reflect the new Derby date. A whole ton of new horses are now considered contenders. Let’s take a look at the updated odds.
Just how good is Finite? She is the clear cut Oaks favorite, but if you can beat her it will pay off handsomely. Let’s look at the odds and consider our best options.
The Louisiana Derby is a terrific betting race. There are lots of legitimate options and no enormous favorites. We break down the field and make a suggestion or two that can produce significant ROI.
There have been fewer things in life more certain than the running of the Kentucky Derby. Over its illustrious 145-year history, the Run for the Roses has never been postponed or canceled, enduring through two world wars, the Great Depression, and violent storms. But that streak could be at risk this year.