Kentucky Derby gambling excitement will focus on the best lineup of horses in the world as there are plenty of excellent candidates on the Kentucky Derby odds board. Super Saver is one of the horses that is garnering considerable attention from Kentucky Derby gambling handicappers and there are plenty of reasons why that is the case.
Super Saver has excellent Kentucky Derby gambling credentials and a resume that is one of the best in the field. In six career starts Super Saver has two wins, two second place finishes, and one third place finish with a total of over $400,000 in earnings. So far in 2010 Super Saver has a place and a show in two starts.
Super Saver is allied with some of the biggest and most respected names in all of Kentucky Derby wagering. The colt is owned by Winstar Farm LLC and is trained by one of the greats in Todd Pletcher. Calvin Borel, who rode Mine That Bird as a 50-1 Kentucky Derby winner last year, is the jockey and one of the elite ones at that.
Super Saver last ran on April 10 in the Grade I Arkansas Derby at Oaklawn Park. Super Saver was the third choice on the board and finished second by a neck to the long shot winner Line of David. Super Saver did beat out fellow Kentucky Derby gambling contenders Dublin and Noble’s Promise.
Prior to that race Super Saver suffered a Kentucky Derby gambling loss of respect on March 13 when he finished third at the Grade III Tampa Bay Derby at Tampa Bay. Super Saver was the favorite and led at the halfway mark but faded down the stretch as Odysseus was the winner.
Despite the mixed record this year Super Saver has everything that a good handicapper would want in a potential Kentucky Derby gambling value. Excellent Pedigree, the finest in ownership and training and a proven jockey. This is the type of horse that bargain hunters will flock to and would make an excellent candidate for a quinella and box bets.