You can now bet on the Kentucky Derby!
Get great future odds with amazing payouts on the leading Kentucky Oaks and Derby horses and even the leading Jockeys and Trainers. Bet the "Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports" running on Saturday, May 4th, 2024 at Churchill Downs.
Ready for the spectacle that is the Kentucky Derby? How about placing a wager on your favorite Trainer. From Bob Baffert to Mark Casse, you have all the top trainers available for wagering. Why place a bet on the horse to win the Kentucky Derby when you can do it on the Trainer.
|American Odds||Fractional Odds|
|Mark E. Casse||+2500||25/1|
|W. Bret Calhoun||+1800||18/1|
|William I. Mott||+500||5/1|
|Brendan P. Walsh||+4000||40/1|
|Todd A. Pletcher||+1000||10/1|
|Claude R. Mcgaughey Iii||+1800||18/1|
|Michael J. Trombetta||+2000||20/1|
|Steven M. Asmussen||+4000||40/1|
How about betting on the jockey who will win the Kentucky Derby? Yes, you can do that too! BUSR offers more wagers on the Kentucky Derby than any other horse betting site. If you have an idea to bet on the derby, send us an email and we will see if it can be added!
Want to start making some future bets on the Field Marshals of Racing who send out their troops [Jockey and Horse] to win the big races?
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