Kentucky Derby odds may not favor Desert Party but his record and resume are everything needed for Kentucky Derby gambling success. Desert Party will take his spot on the Kentucky Derby odds board having posted 4 wins and 1 place in 6 starts.
He enters Kentucky Derby gambling coming off a second place showing in the UAE Derby. Prior to that he won the UAE Two Thousand Guineas and, before that, he took first in the Allowance. All three of those races took place at Nad al Sheba.
Desert Party is one of the richer horses posted on the Kentucky Derby odds with graded earnings of $641,667. Desert Party brings world class pedigree against the Kentucky Derby odds and was sired by Street Cry, who won the 2002 Dubai World Cup going away.
Desert Party is trained by Saeed bin Suroor, whose claim to fame was working as the trainer for Sheikh Mohammed’s Al Quoz Stable in his native Dubai. That alone gives him substantial Kentucky Derby odds credentials. Jockey Ramon Dominguez has been riding for 16 years and began his career in the United States at Hialeah Park.
Dominguez topped the national standings in 2001 and 2003. 2004 brought more success for Dominguez as he won his first Breeder’s Cup race. That same year he won the Isaac Murphy Award as the jockey with the nation’s best win percentage.
Dominguez has had great success in Maryland where he won three titles and was the leading rider at Delaware Park from 2004-2007, making him one of the elite riders for the Kentucky Derby odds.
The Godolphin group was founded by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is ruler of Dubai and ruler of one of the truly elite operations for the Kentucky Derby odds. Godolphin has been a powerhouse in England.
Desert Party will be dressed, appropriately enough, in Godolphin’s royal blue silks for his run against the Kentucky Derby odds!
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