Kentucky Derby Longshots

Looking for Kentucky Derby longshots? Keep these 2 horses in mind. In Kentucky Derby 145, we saw Maximum Security cross the wire first at odds of 9/2. Only to be disqualified and placed out of the money. 60/1 Longshot Country House became known as the 2nd biggest ever long shot to win the Kentucky Derby. Remember that? It took a strange occurrence a little bit of luck for Country House to wear the rose garland. After the world’s biggest horse race but this specific event goes to show you that anything can happen in Derby.

With Kentucky Derby 146 taking place in September, this year’s crop of 3-year old horses will have more time to mature. Also, develop before the big race. Let’s take a look at a few horses. Colts that could spring a major upset in this year’s Run for the Roses. Ready for some horse betting?

Mr. Big News

The Oaklawn Stakes winner shocked the world by winning this 9-furlong race at 46/1. Could Mr. Big News strike again in September? Trained by Bret Calhoun. Mr. Big News has rapidly matured and is racing in top form. However, if he can keep this form. Also, run the same kind of race that he ran at Oaklawn, he could very well pull off another monumental upset at long odds.

Best Kentucky Derby Longshots for Betting

Best Kentucky Derby Longshots

Mischievous Alex

The John Servis trained horse has mostly raced in Parx however when he shipped down to Gulfstream Park to face better competition, he blew by his competitors down the stretch and won the race in a convincing fashion. His trainer has said that the horse may not be suited for a 2-turn race but after the horse won the Grade 3 Gotham Stakes, he was awarded Kentucky Derby leaderboard points. What trainer would ever turn down a spot in the Kentucky Derby? Perhaps the trainer is trying to play his cards close to his vest? Nevertheless, Mischievous Alex has tremendous late speed and if he is entered in the Kentucky Derby, he is a horse you should serious consider.

August 12, 2020 by : Posted in 2020 No Comments

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