2012 Kentucky Derby Prop Odds
LOUISVILLE, KY (The Spread) – How long will it take Mary J Blige to sing the national anthem? That’s just one of the props that oddsmakers have made available to bet on for the 2012 Kentucky Derby.
“Over 1 minute 55 seconds” has odds of –130 while “Under 1 minute 55 seconds” has odds of Even when it comes to how long it will take Blige to sing the National Anthem at Saturday’s 138th running of the Kentucky Derby. Below are more prop odds and unusual wagers surrounding the race.
What will be the official winning time at this year’s race? The over/under for this prop has been set at 2:02:00 and both the over and under have odds of –115.
How many lengths will the winner of the Kentucky Derby win by? “More than or equal to 3 lengths” has odds of +175 while “Less than 3 lengths” carries odds of –215.
Which will be greater, the margin of victory between the Derby winner and the second place finisher or the second place finisher and the third place finisher? “Winer over 2nd place” has odds of –160 while “2nd place over 3rd place” has odds of +130.
What will the winning Saddlecloth Number be, odd or even? Odd has odds of +150 while Even has odds of –180. And for the prop, “Will a horse win the 138th Kentucky Derby wire to wire?” the odds are +500 for yes and –800 for no.
Which trainer’s horse will have a higher finish in Saturday’s race? Bob Baffert is a slight favorite at –125 over Todd Pletcher, who is –105 to win this prop.
Will the winner of the 2012 Kentucky Derby also win the 2012 Belmont? The odds for “Yes” are +350 while the odds for “No” are –500. And for, “Will the winner of the 2012 Kentucky Derby win the 2012 Triple Crown?” the odds for yes are +575 while the odds for no are –950.
Finally, will there be an inquiry in the 2012 Kentucky Derby? The odds for yes are +400 while the odds for no are –600. And for, “What will the odds of the pre-race favorite be at post time in the Kentucky Derby?” the odds for yes are +400 while the odds for no are –600.
The 2012 Kentucky Derby is set for Saturday, May 5 at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. The post positions will be drawn on Wednesday and we’ll have coverage leading up to the race on Saturday so make sure you check out The Spread for more horse racing content.