The 138th running of the Kentucky Derby has arguably the most wide open field we've seen in a long time.
Bodemeister and Union Rags are the odds-on favorites, according to Sportsbook.com, but a number of other horses are closing fast with oddsmakers.
By race day it wouldn't be surprising at all to see a five or six horses in single-digit odds.
While Bodemeister and Union Rags are the top contenders, here's a look at the most intriguing contenders.
We'll start with Trinniberg because the entire race starts with Trinniberg. The beyond-fast colt could set a ridiculously fast pace if he wants and that could change the entire complexion of the race.
If his jockey attempts to keep him reined in a bit there is no telling what will happen.
Currently a 50-1 shot because he's expected to falter after the sets the early pace, Trinniberg is about as intriguing as they come.
Running with Trinniberg early will be Hansen, but the difference is this nearly white horse has a chance to go gate to wire for the win at top speed.
Currently at 10-1 and riding from a favorable 14th post position, he's a threat to win the whole thing if handled correctly.
He's already beaten Union Rags once and comes into the Derby running well.
Take Charge Indy
While the horse itself is special, this is all about three-time Derby-winning jockey Calvin Borel, who is jokingly called "Bo-Rail" for his love of the rail at Churchill Downs.
Fittingly enough, Take Charge Indy is riding out of the third post putting the jockey and horse in the exact position they want to be.
His odds have already improved and he's currently going off at 10-1. By race day that number will be in the single digits.
The undefeated colt didn't draw a favorable position, but he wasn't hurt either. His odds have moved to 6-1 since the posts were drawn and he's likely to see them move again as race day approaches.
An undefeated horse is bound to catch the eye of bettors and sooner rather than later his payout will pay the price.
If you are in on Gemologist, you best get in on him now.
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