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Submitted by Noel Michaels on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 12:00 AM

First Pool of the 2013 Kentucky Derby Future Wager

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Shanghai Bobby and Cash Call Futurity winner Violence are the 12/1 co-second choices on the morning line in the first pool of the 2013 Kentucky Derby Future Wager. "All Others", a betting interest encompassing all horses not listed as one of the twenty-three specific horses in the Future Wager, is the morning line favorite at 9/5. The first pool of this year’s future wager, consisting of three days of wagering, begins on Friday, Feb. 8 at noon Eastern time and continues until Sunday, Feb. 10 at 6:00 pm Eastern.

The second future wager pool runs from March 1 to March 3, while the final pool will open on March 22 and close on March 24. Churchill Downs will also offer a single future wager pool for the 2013 Kentucky Oaks from March 1 to March 3.

As will all other future wagers, a winning ticket only pays out if your horse wins the Derby and, more importantly, there are no refunds if you wager fails to make the Derby field. As a results, the future wager is as much about managing the risk of a horse even making it to the Derby with their actual chances of winning the race.

Below are the betting interests and morning line odds for Pool 1 of the 2013 Kentucky Derby Future Wager:

Odds updated as of 1:52 pm Eastern.

# Horse ML Odds Current
1 Capo Bastone 30/1 66/1
2 Code West 50/1 74/1
3 Delhomme 30/1 75/1
4 Den’s Legacy 30/1 99/1
5 Dynamic Sky 30/1 62/1
6 Falling Sky 30/1 99/1
7 Flashback 15/1 15/1
8 Frac Daddy 50/1 72/1
9 Goldencents 20/1 17/1
10 He’s Had Enough 50/1 50/1
11 Itsmyluckyday 15/1 13/1
12 Mylute 30/1 99/1
13 Normandy Invasion 20/1 17/1
14 Overanalyze 15/1 39/1
15 Oxbow 20/1 28/1
16 Revolutionary 20/1 12/1
17 Shanghai Bobby 12/1 12/1
18 Super Ninety Nie 20/1 56/1
19 Uncaptured 20/1 51/1
20 Verrazano 15/1 9/1
21 Violence 12/1 12/1
22 Vyjack 20/1 69/1
23 Will Take Charge 30/1 68/1
24 Field 9/5 7/5

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