Kentucky Derby wagering handicappers were left with both questions and answers for a Kentucky Derby bet online after the Lexington Stakes and Arkansas Derby. The Lexington Stakes ended with a strong Kentucky Derby wagering reminder that in horse racing there is definitely not a sure thing to make a Kentucky Derby bet online with.
Advice went off at 15-1 in the Lexington Derby but won in a stunning upset that may yet shake up the Kentucky Derby wagering lineup. Advice is owned by a farm known as a one of the best and most dominant in Kentucky Derby wagering circles.
WinStar Farm already has two probable horses in the “Run for the Roses” with Hold Me Back and Mr. Hot Stuff. WinStar racing manager Elliott Walden originally said that Advice would not be included in the Kentucky Derby wagering field before the Lexington Stakes but now after that upset win the decision is obviously under review.
Advice beat out the 3-2 chalk, Square Eddie, who ended up finishing third also behind Conservative. Square Eddie was listed as a 33-1 long shot on the Kentucky Derby wagering lineup. Square Eddie did hold the lead but Advice came on strong at the end to beat out Conservative by a length with Square Eddie 2 lengths behind.
It was yet another huge win for WinStar, whose signature win was the Dubai World Cup last month with Well Armed coming in to bring home the cash. Papa Clem was the Arkansas Derby winner and opened at 16-1 on the Kentucky Derby wagering board.
It was an impressive and important win for Papa Clem who had previously showed against fellow Kentucky Derby wagering candidates Pioneer of the Nile and Friesan Fire. Papa Clem beat out the favorite, Old Fashioned, by a half a length.
Papa Clem cruised at the initial stages of the Arkansas Derby before closing strong and overtaking Old Fashioned.
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