Kentucky Derby Odds 2015: American Pharoah and Dortmund Top the Racebook
141st Kentucky Derby Odds 2015
Saturday, May 2
Churchill Downs Racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky
On Sunday, May 2, get ready to experience the most exciting two minutes in sporting history. With 20 equines storming the gates, you’ll have a full field of Kentucky Derby Odds 2015 within your fingertips. You could bank on the winner in the Bodog futures market, or additionally, you can have a look at the propositions web page to bank on whether you believe 2015 will produce a Triple Crown winner come Saturday.
American Pharoah the Favorite
The current list of runners is led by two of Bob Baffert’s hopefuls: American Pharoah (9/4 as we go to press), and also Dortmund (9/2). Both horses are multiple graded stakes winners as well as going into the race with undefeated track records.
If you’re looking for a bit more value then Carpe Diem is rated third in the futures market with 7/1 odds. This colt’s performance history is almost as unblemished as both leaders in the market, with the sole exemption being a second-place finish from the Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. Aside from that, he’s won every race he’s gotten in and will certainly be planning to bring in a Kentucky Derby triumph to his already impressive list of successes.
Make sure to sign in on the post placements on NBC Sports Network at 5:30 PM ET on Wednesday to learn which rivals will get blessed with their starting gates. With 20 gates, the positioning will be crucial because since 1930, when gates were introduced, just one rival starting in gate 20 has beaten the field.