Kentucky Derby 2019: Post positions, times, odds, with a Bob Baffert-trained trio among the favorites
Derby week is underway
Kentucky Derby day is here, and the call to the post is almost upon us. On Tuesday, the draw assigned post positions for all 20 horses, along with morning line odds for the race. We're down to just 19 horses now with morning line favorite Omaha Beach, and Haikal scratched with a hoof abscess.
If you need a refresher on the horses in the Run for the Roses,along with info on the jockeys and trainers.If you need help with betting odds, .
Wondering who is going to finish first at Churchill Downs? Visit SportsLine to see Jody Demling's picks for the Kentucky Derby winner, long shot contenders, and a prediction of the finish positions for every single horse, all from the man who's nailed 9 Derby-Oaks doubles.
How to watch the Kentucky Derby
Date: Saturday, May 4
Post time: 6:50 p.m. ET
Location: Churchill Downs (Louisville, Kentucky)
Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
There's plenty to look forward to, but with post positions set there's a ton to speculate on in the meantime.
Here's the rundown of the post numbers and every horse's current odds.
|Post Number||Horse||Current Odds|
War of Will
By My Standards
Plus Que Parfait
Code of Honor
Win Win Win
Long Range Toddy
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