Avoid Betting On At Kentucky Derby

Three horses to avoid betting on at Kentucky Derby 2021 are as follows. The 2021 Kentucky Derby is only a few days away, which means plenty of horse racing fans are doing research on which horses they should bet on. To make it easier, we have looked at some of the contenders for the Derby and found a few horses you should avoid betting on this weekend, which is listed below.

Get Her Number

The Peter Miller-trained colt won two of his first three races, but he hasn’t looked good since, finishing a lackluster seventh in the Rebel Stakes at Oaklawn, and fourth in last month’s Arkansas Derby.

Get Her Number posted a 109 TimeformUS Speed Figure at the Arkansas Derby and a 104 on TimeformUS at Oaklawn. The 109 TimeformUS Speed Figure is 10 points off the kind of figure he needs to hit the board, let alone upset the field. The winning Derby TimeformUS figure seems likely to fall in the 120s.

His numbers could improve in the Derby, but his sudden lack of speed is a cause for concern, so avoid betting on him on Saturday.

Kentucky Derby Horses to Avoid Betting On at 2021

Kentucky Derby Horses to Avoid Betting

Hidden Stash

Hidden Stash performed better than Get Her Number during the Kentucky Derby prep season. However, none of his TimeformUS Speed Figures are fast, and he has been unable to switch leads in most of his races.

Hidden Stash ran only a 107 TimeformUS Speed Figure at the Tampa Bay Derby, and a 106 in the Blue Grass Stakes. Even though there is a possibility that he could make a move on the far turn, his lack of speed is a liability so stay away from him as well.

Bourbonic

Bourbonic raised a few eyebrows when he picked up a surprising win at the Wood Memorial, giving him his third win in his last four races. Despite his success on the track, his lack of speed is a big concern.

When Bourbonic won the Wood Memorial, he put up a career high of only 104, which isn’t close to the speed of any of the top contenders at the Derby.

The fact that his trainer Todd Pletcher and owners Calumet Farm put Bourbonic up for sale once and sent him to the lower-tier Parx Racing indicated that they never though much of the three-year-old colt, so stay away from him as well.

April 27, 2021 by : Posted in 2021 No Comments

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