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Kentucky Derby Gambling - Endorsement Picking up Just That!

Kentucky Derby gambling handicappers are burning the midnight oil in the attempt at finding the elusive hidden gem on the Kentucky Derby odds board.

Kentucky Derby gambling attention is focusing on a horse that may prove to be one of the most popular choices from the Kentucky Derby odds lineup with Endorsement. Endorsement has quickly gained a considerable amount of Kentucky Derby gambling respect with three starts in 2010 in which the colt has picked up two wins and one second place finish with total earnings of $430,200.

Endorsement caught the attention of Kentucky Derby gambling handicappers with his March 28 win in the Grade III Sunland Derby at Sunland Park.  The colt was a 12-1 choice that finished three lengths ahead for the win over fellow Kentucky Derby wagering contender Conveyance.

One of the main reasons why Endorsement is garnering so much Kentucky Derby gambling attention beyond his win in the Sunland Derby is the fact that he is owned by Winstar Farm, which is a world class and elite ownership group that commands considerable credibility and respect.

The trainer for Endorsement is Shannon Ritter and the jockey is Robby Albarado.  Beyond that Endorsement is well bred with parents Distorted Humor and Charmed Gift.

The main Kentucky Derby gambling concern with Endorsement is his lack of experience in comparison to some of the other horses in the field.  That is counter balanced, however, with the colt’s speed, class, background, and pedigree.

This is also a horse that has the reputation for endurance, which is a “must have” requirement for success at Churchill Downs.

Endorsement may not be the top Kentucky Derby gambling choice but the colt offers exceptional potential as a value as he will operate under the radar screen from the general public that will focus on bigger names and larger overlays.  Endorsement would be an excellent candidate for boxes, exactas, and quinellas.

Prior to his win in the Sunland Derby, Endorsement picked up a win at Oaklawn on February 10 in a wire to wire performance over New Madrid in which he was at even money.

On January 10 at Fairgrounds he finished second to Down With Dixie from the tenth position.