Discreetly Mine Odds

Discreetly Mine is hoping to parlay his strong running at the Risen Star into a win this Saturday at the 2010 Kentucky Derby. Let’s take a look at his odds.

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Oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL.com have made Discreetly Mine a 30/1 long shot to win the 136th running of the Kentucky Derby. His odds follow that of Lookin at Lucky, who is a 7/2 favorite, as well as Sidney’s Candy, who is 6/1 to win.

Discreetly Mine is coming off a fourth place showing at the Louisiana Derby, a race in which fellow Kentucky Derby contender Mission Impazible took home a victory. But Discreetly Mine’s victory at the Risen Star gives the 3-year-old colt hope heading into this weekend’s Derby.

While his performance at the Risen Star was noteworthy, Discreetly Mine will have a hard time emerging from the pack this weekend. The speed horse doesn’t seem like it belongs in this group and will likely be compromised by the front-runners.

That said, he was within 2 lengths of the winner when he finished fourth at the Louisiana Derby, so he was in the race. Still, his running style will probably cost him at Churchill Downs. He leads or presses rather than rally, his top Beyer was only a 92 and he’s had a long layoff.

Simply put, Discreetly Mine will have his hands full on Saturday.

The 2010 Kentucky Derby takes place this Saturday at 6:14PM ET at Churchill Downs. For opening odds on all of the contenders, see below.

2010 Kentucky Derby Odds – Churchill Downs – Louisville, Kentucky – May 1, 2010

AMERICAN LION 14/1

AWESOME ACT 12/1

BACKTALK 60/1

CONVEYANCE 18/1

DEAN'S KITTEN 35/1

DEVIL MAY CARE 20/1

DISCREETLY MINE 30/1

DUBLIN 12/1

ENDORSEMENT 15/1

HOMEBOYKRIS 35/1

ICE BOX 11/1

INTERACTIF 50/1

JACKSON BEND 20/1

LINE OF DAVID 28/1

LOOKIN AT LUCKY 7/2

MISSION IMPAZIBLE 18/1

NOBLE'S PROMISE 12/1

PADDY O'PRADO 15/1

SIDNEY'S CANDY 6/1

SETUSKO 75/1

STATELY VICTOR 30/1

SUPER SAVER 12/1

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Posted: 4/28/10 3:00PM ET

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