Omaha Beach Out of Kentucky Derby Race

Update: Omaha Beach is a scratch from the Kentucky Derby. In the latest Kentucky Derby injury update Omaha Beach out of Kentucky Derby race. Due to health conceners Omaha Beach will NOT be racing in the 145th Kentucky Derby. This has changed odds to win Kentucky Derby.

If you have not yet placed your Kentucky Derby bets it’s time to do so now. Below, we look at current chances to win Kentucky Derby. Also, the latest odds to win Kentucky Derby 2019.

Hall of Famer Bob Baffert will be trying to win his sixth Kentucky Derby on Saturday and has multiple horses running in this year’s Derby. One of his horses, Improbable, was an early favorite to win the Derby but two second-place finishes in his most recent races have pushed him down the list of Kentucky Derby betting contenders.

Improbable Chances to Win Kentucky Derby

Despite his recent losses, owner Elliott Walden was impressed with what he saw during training on Sunday and believes the horse could surprise a lot of people on Saturday.

“He’s feeling good, and I think (trainer) Bob (Baffert) has him right where he wants him,” Walden said of Improbable, who WinStar Farm co-owns along with China Horse Club International and Starlight Racing. “He reminds me of Super Saver when he came in here off Arkansas. The three weeks were a good three weeks.”

After his training session, jockey Florent Geroux, who will be riding Roadster at the Derby, liked what he saw as well. What does this mean for Omaha Beach out of Kentucky Derby race?

Odds to Win Kentucky Derby 2019

Odds to Win Kentucky Derby 2019

“I don’t think he was rank. He was just maybe a little bit keen and feeling good,” Geroux said. “He’s very easy (to ride) actually. Down the lane he was responding exactly to what I was asking him to. I could have gone faster if I wanted to. I could have gone a touch slower if I wanted to. He was just very cooperative.”

Baffert told reporters after the training session that he likes Improbable’s chances to win the Kentucky Derby because the horse loves the track. However, he is hoping for a favorable draw.

“He loves this track. I just love the way he kept on galloping out today,” Baffert said. “That’s what we wanted to see. He gets over it well. He’s not really big, but he jumps a long way. Now I can relax. Now we have to wait for the draw. That’s the last of the anxiety is the draw.”

Again, change your bets. Omaha Beach out of Kentucky Derby race as per news reports.

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