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‘ALL OTHERS’ 4-5, FORTE 10-1

Edited Churchill Staff Release — With the Kentucky Derby still 23 weeks away, the pari-mutuel field of “All Other Colts and Geldings from the 2020 Foal Crop” closed as the odds-on 4-5 favorite in Pool 2 of the Kentucky Derby Future Wager (KDFW) and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) winner Forte was the 10-1 second choice.

          Other horses who attracted mild interest from bettors: maiden winner Extra Anejo (13-1); Breeders’ Futurity (GI) runner-up Loggins (19-1); unbeaten Giant Mischief (27-1); maiden winner Signator (27-1) and All Fillies from the 2020 Foal Crop (29-1).

          Horses in order of the public’s betting choice (with trainer, Pool 2 odds and $2 Win Will Pays): #40 “All Other Colts and Geldings from the 2020 Foal Crop” (4-5, $3.92); #16 Forte (Todd Pletcher, 10-1, $23.24); #14 Extra Anejo (Steve Asmussen, 13-1, $29.14); #27 Loggins (Brad Cox, 19-1, $40.04); #33 Signator (Shug McGaughey III, 27-1, $56.14); #20 Giant Mischief (Brad Cox, 27-1, $56.32); #39 “All Fillies from the 2020 Foal Crop” (29-1, $61.68); #24 Instant Coffee (Brad Cox, 35-1, $73.40); #2 Blazing Sevens (Chad Brown, 37-1, $77.52); #12 Echo Again (Steve Asmussen, 45-1, $92.24); #11 Disarm (Steve Asmussen, 45-1, $93.58); #9 Cyclone Mischief (Dale Romans, 47-1, $97.34); #26 Litigate (Todd Pletcher, 57-1, $117.66); #38 Victory Formation (Brad Cox, 60-1, $123.22); #8 Curly Jack (Tom Amoss, 61-1, $124.38); #36 Tuskegee Airmen (John Servis, 64-1, $130.46); #1 Awesome Strong (Jorge Delgado, 64-1, $131.20); #4 Capture the Flag (Shug McGaughey III, 65-1, $133.16); #7 Corona Bolt (Brad Cox, 65-1, $133.50); #13 Expect More (Todd Pletcher, 70-1, $142.98); #21 Gulfport (Steve Asmussen, 70-1, $143.56); #37 Verifying (Brad Cox, 74-1, $150.66); #15 Forbidden Secret (Todd Pletcher, 80-1, $163.24); #19 General Jim (Shug McGaughey III, 82-1, $166.68); #23 Hit Show (Brad Cox, 90-1, $182.68); #34 Tapit’s Conquest (Brad Cox, 94-1, $190); #5 Cascais (Chad Brown, 107-1, $216.22); #28 Mr. Ripple (Saffie Joseph Jr., 120-1, $243.92); #6 Champions Dream (Danny Gargan, 131-1, $264.50); #32 Rocket Can (Bill Mott, 132-1, $267.50); #29 Navy Man (Michael McCarthy, 133-1, $268.50); #3 Bromley (Paulo Lobo, 141-1, $285.78); #10 Denington (Kenny McPeek, 159-1, $320.60); #18 Full Moon Madness (Michelle Nevin, 179-1, $361.96); #31 Recruiter (Cathal Lynch, 182-1, $366.94); #35 Ten Days Later (Kenny McPeek, 187-1, $376.68); #22 Hal (Darwin Banach, 198-1, $399.24); #25 Joking Way (Steve Asmussen, 279-1, $561.04); #30 Practical Move (Tim Yakteen, 350-1, $703.62); and #17 Frank’s Honor (Kenny McPeek, Scratched).

Total handle for the Nov. 24-27 KDFW pool – the second of six scheduled wagering pools in advance of the 149th running of the Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve (GI) on Saturday, May 6 – was $162,112 ($129,213 in the Win pool and $32,899 in Exactas).

This year’s early Derby betting menu also included the Kentucky Derby Sire Future Wager, which, for the eighth consecutive year, provided bettors with a unique opportunity to wager on select breeding stars and their entire crop of juveniles with the hope of winning next year’s Kentucky Derby.

“All Other Sires” at 5-1 and Into Mischief progeny at 7-1 attracted the most attention from bettors.

Sires in order of favoritism for the Kentucky Derby Sire Future Wager (Odds and $2 Win Will Pays): #40 “All Other Sires” (5-1, $13.84); #19 Into Mischief (7-1, $16.14); #37 Violence (11-1, $25.24); #17 Gun Runner (12-1, $26.14); #35 Uncle Mo (13-1, $28.64); #11 Curlin (16-1, $34.06); #20 Justify (16-1, $35.10); #34 Tapit (17-1, $36.04); #4 Bolt d’Oro (18-1, $39.92); #14 Ghostzapper (19-1, $40.80); #29 Quality Road (19-1, $41.30); #16 Good Magic (25-1, $53.10); #2 Arrogate (27-1, $56.50); #6 Candy Ride (ARG) (30-1, $62.82); #1 American Pharoah (45-1, $92.72); #18 Hard Spun (48-1, $98.58); #5 Cairo Prince (50-1, $103.36); #7 City of Light (60-1, $122.40); #25 Not This Time (60-1, $123.52); #33 Street Sense (66-1, $135.50); #28 Practical Joke (69-1, $140.20); #3 Bernardini (75-1, $152.90); #26 Nyquist (76-1, $154.64); #10 Constitution (80-1, $162.06); #23 Mendelssohn (84-1, $171.68); #30 Runhappy (89-1, $180.08); #22 Medaglia d’Oro (91-1, $185.86); #39 West Coast (96-1, $195.74); #12 Empire Maker (98-1, $199.60); #27 Pioneerof the Nile (106-1, $215.52); #38 War Front (111-1, $225.10); #15 Girvin (114-1, $231.52); #24 More Than Ready (126-1, $254.82); #21 Malibu Moon (134-1, $271.94); #36 Union Rags (138-1, $279.44); #31 Sharp Azteca (141-1, $285.34); #8 Classic Empire (146-1, $295.76); #9 Cloud Computing (154-1, $311.68); #32 Speightstown (175-1, $352.34); and #13 Flatter (199-1, $401.16).

Total betting on the Kentucky Derby Sire Future Wager was $33,732 ($24,557 in the Win pool and $9,175 in the Exactas).

The KDFW Pool 2 and Sire Future Wager combined to handle $195,844. Total handle for the new Nov. 1-3 KDFW Pool 1 – the earliest pool is the history of the wager – was $114,910 ($90,007 in the Win pool and $24,903 in Exactas).

Inaugurated in 1999, the Kentucky Derby Future Wager has been offered for a 25th consecutive year.

Other Future Wager dates are set for Jan. 20-22 (Pool 3); Feb. 10-12 (Pool 4); March 10-12 (Pool 5); and March 30-April 1 (Pool 6). The lone Kentucky Oaks Future Wager will coincide with Kentucky Derby Future Wager Pool 5 on March 10-12.

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