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Kentucky Derby 2018 Full Field, Odds And Race Record

Kentucky Derby 2018 Full Field, Odds And Race Record
After more than 30 qualifying races for the 2018 Kentucky Derby, field is set for the Run for the Roses on Saturday. The top three-year-old colts in North America and one European invader will go to the track to race 1 1/4 miles on the Churchill Downs dirt track, chasing a purse of $2 million. Here's how they'll line up in the gate.

2018 Kentucky Derby Post Positions

In post-position order, here’s how they’ll break from the gate on Saturday, with current odds courtesy of Bovada’s racebook, each contenders’ race record, and how they fared in their last race. Derby entries in the comments indicated in bold.

#1 – Firenze Fire (66-1)

Record: 9 starts, 3 wins, 1 second – Last out ran fourth in the (G1) Wood Stakes, beaten 11 1/4 lengths by Vino Rosso, 8 1/4 behind Enticed.

#2 – Free Drop Billy (35-1)

Record: 8 starts, 2 wins, 3 seconds, 2 thirds – Last out ran third in the (G2) Blue Grass Stakes, three lengths behind Good Magic, 1 1/2 behind Flameaway.

#3 – Promises Fulfilled (50-1)

Record: 5 starts, 3 wins, 1 third – Last out ran ninth in the (G1) Florida Derby, 35 1/4 lengths behind Audible, 32 1/4 lengths back of Hofsburg.

#4 – Flameaway (45-1)

Record: 9 starts, 5 wins, 2 seconds – Last out ran second in the (G2) Blue Grass Stakes, 1 1/2 lengths behind Good Magic 1 1/2 lengths in front of Free Drop Billy.

#5 – Audible (13-2) 

Record: 5 starts, 4 wins, 1 third – Last out won the (G1) Florida Derby by 3 lengths over Hofburg, 35 1/4 lengths ahead of Promises Fulfilled.

#6 – Good Magic (8-1)

Record: 5 starts, 2 wins, 2 seconds, 1 third – Last out won the (G2) Blue Grass Stakes, 1 1/2 lengths ahead of Flameaway, 3 lengths ahead of Free Drop Billy.

#7 – Justify (7-2)

Record: 3 starts, 3 wins – Last out won the (G1) Santa Anita Derby by 3 lengths over Bolt d’Oro, 9 1/2 lengths ahead of Instilled Regard.

#8 – Lone Sailor (50-1)

Record: 8 starts, 1 win, 3 seconds, 1 third – Last out finished second in the (G2) Louisiana Derby, beaten a neck by Noble Indy, 1/2 length ahead of My Boy Jack, 20 1/2 lengths ahead of Bravazo.

#9 – Hofburg (15-1)

Record: 3 starts, 1 win, 1 second – Last out finished second in the (G1) Florida Derby, 3 lengths behind Audible, 32 1/4 lengths ahead of Promises Fulfilled

#10 – My Boy Jack (18-1)

Record: 10 starts, 3 wins, 3 seconds, 2 thirds – Last out won the (G3) Lexington Stakes by a head.

#11 – Bolt d’Oro (17-2)

Record: 6 starts, 4 wins, 1 second, 1 third – Last out finished second in the (G1) Santa Anita Derby, beaten 3 lengths by Justify, 7 3/4 lengths ahead of Instilled Regard.

#12 – Enticed (25-1)

Record: 6 starts, 3 wins, 1 second, 1 third – Last out finished second in the (G1) Wood Memorial, beaten 3 lengths by Vino Rosso, 8 1/4 ahead of Firenze Fire.

#13 – Bravazo (60-1)

Record: 8 starts, 3 wins, 1 second, 1 third – Last out finished eighth in the (G2) Louisiana Derby, 26 lengths behind Noble Indy, 25 3/4 lengths behind Lone Sailor, 25 1/2 lengths behind My Boy Jack.

#14 – Mendelssohn (7-2)

Record: 7 starts, 4 wins, 1 second – Last out won the UAE Derby by 18 lengths.

#15 – Instilled Regard (60-1)

Record: 7 starts, 2 wins, 2 seconds, 1 third – Last out finished fourth in the (G1) Santa Anita Derby, beaten 10 3/4 lengths by Justify, 7 3/4 lengths behind Bolt d’Oro.

#16 – Magnum Moon (15-2)

Record: 4 starts, 4 wins – Last out won the (G1) Arkansas Derby, 4 lengths ahead of Quip, 4 1/4 lengths ahead of Solomini, 4 1/2 lengths ahead of Combatant. 

#17 – Solomini (22-1)

Record: 6 starts, 1 win, 3 seconds, 2 thirds – Last out finished third in the (G1) Arkansas Derby, 4 lengths behind Magnum Moon 1/2 length in front of Combatant. 

#18 – Vino Rosso (12-1)

Record: 5 starts, 3 wins, 1 third – Last out won the (G1) Wood Memorial, 3 lengths ahead of Enticed,11 1/4 lengths ahead of Firenze Fire

#19 – Noble Indy (30-1)

Record: 4 starts, 3 wins, 1 third – Last out won the (G2) Louisiana Derby, a neck ahead of Lone Sailor, 3/4 length ahead of My Boy Jack, 26 lengths ahead of Bravazo.

#20 – Combatant (66-1)

Record: 7 starts, 1 win, 3 seconds, 1 third – Last out fourth in the (G1) Arkansas Derby, 4 1/4 lengths behind Magnum Moon, 1/4 length behind Quip, a head behind Solomini.

Betting the 2018 Kentucky Derby

The race is set to go on Saturday from Churchill Downs, with a post time of 6:50 PM Eastern. It will be broadcast live on NBC TV. 

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