Kentucky Derby gambling angles that can often payoff against the Kentucky Derby odds include the important pedigree factor. A great example of the importance of pedigree in Kentucky Derby gambling is that descendents of Mr. Prospector have won 8 out of the last 14 races against the Kentucky Derby odds.
Quality Road is one of this year’s leading contenders for Kentucky Derby gambling success and he was sired by Elusive Quality, whose grandsire was Mr. Prospector! Chocolate Candy is another 2009 Kentucky Derby gambling contender with excellent bloodlines.
Chocolate Candy was sired by Candy Ride who was a perfect six for six in his racing career. But the Kentucky Derby gambling bloodlines also include 1977 Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew and 1978 Triple Crown winner Affirmed. That is Kentucky Derby gambling pedigree that cannot be ignored!
Quality Road is another 2009 Kentucky Derby gambling contender with bloodlines that trace back to Mr. Prospector. Dunkirk has excellent Kentucky Derby gambling bloodlines as well with a relationship to Alydar, the 1978 Triple Crown runner up.
Both Quality Road and Dunkirk are expected to be in the similar mode of Big Brown, last year’s Derby winner, in that they have that elusive combination of speed and endurance. The Pedigree of a horse is also important because of the relationship with the top trainers and farms.
Just as in other sports the best trainers and farms will produce the best horses year after year. They have the techniques and the systems that have proven to be effective over the long run and this makes for an excellent way to handicap the Kentucky Derby each year.
Much like handicapping trends, the pedigree of a horse is one of the leading indicators as to it having quality genes and materiel to go the distance in the “Run for the Roses”. The Mr. Prospector descendents have certainly proven the worth of pedigree on the first Saturday in May!
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