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Bet On Kentucky Derby - On The Agenda

Posted by Brian Mulligan on 2/18/2013 6:32:53 PM

When pointing to a championship race like the Kentucky Derby, trainers have a have a game player and online sports betting site players should be aware of the plans they have mapped out for the agenda of their promising 3-year-olds.

If one is interested in buying a bridge or following a fast horse, Verrazano fits the bill.

The Todd Pletcher trainee cost $250,000 and has been sensational in his two starts winning by a total of 24 lengths combined with Beyers of 93 and 105.

He will run next in the Tampa Bay Derby on March 9 and this is a serious runner.

His dam was unraced but the dam is kin to two runners that won Grade 2 events. And sibling El Padrino took the Grade 2 Risen Star last year on his way to an over $300,000 career.

Padrino tried the Kentucky Derby but got mugged and lost his only other start.

Verrazano has natural speed but the feeling is he will grow into his skin.

While speaking of Pletcher, his other star Violence will be rolling this week in the Fountain of Youth Stakes at Gulfstream.

Violence showed the adaptability to ship 3,000 miles and turn his record to 3 in a row when winning the online betting Grade 1 CashCall Futurity. He has trained well at Palm Meadows of late and should take another step forward in just days.

Overanalyze proved his talent in the Grade 2 Remsen and he also has been working at Palm Meadows. Proven at 9 furlongs, he is out of an unraced dam that is kin to a pair that earned over $100,000.

His top sibling Meadow Breeze gives him the blood to thrive as that runner won the Grade 1 Matron and earned over $300,000 taking 4 of her 14 starts.

Bob Baffert also has a number of youngsters that could make some noise this spring. The connections of his student Flashback have been conservative in their evaluation of the runner but this guy can motor.

He was bet like a good thing in his debut and didn’t disappoint and then stretched out successfully in the Grade 2 Bob Lewis going wire-to-wire and winning by over 6 with a 92 Beyer.

The horse betting future is bright for this sibling to Zazu. That miss had exceptional talent. She won a couple of Grade 1s and banked nearly $700,000.

Zazu won a number of route races and she had trouble the day she was sent 9 furlongs in the Kentucky Oaks when forced to steady. The feeling is Flashback will roll on.

D. Wayne Lukas could very well saddle Oxbow in the Risen Star this Saturday. This colt’s win in the LeComte was visually impressive and he has a right to mature with class. He is kin to stakes winner Awesome Patriot but more importantly, his bottom side is stellar.

His dam was unraced but the dam is kin to Budroyale, who won a number of Grade 2s on way to over $2.8 million career and is also kin to two-time BC Classic winner and over $6 million earner Tiznow.

The future is some bright for Oxbow; his connections have to wear shades.
It’s important right now to be on top of the maps that the trainers have for their respective runners. It’s all about intent now.


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