Bovada & Bodog Kentucky Derby: Two Undefeated Competitors Top the Racebook


Bovada & Bodog Kentucky Derby: Two Undefeated Competitors Top the Racebook


141st Kentucky Derby

Saturday, May 2

Churchill Downs Racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky

The 141st Kentucky Derby is taking place this Saturday, and we’d like to let you know about all the great exciting things going on at and this weekend.

On May 1 and May 2 only, and are offering a special cash Welcome Bonus to players making their first deposits. Normally this Welcome Bonus is not a cash bonus. Players can bet on the winner in the futures section as well as whether or not they think there will be a Triple Crown winner in the propositions section.

On Saturday, May 2, Churchill Downs will host the 141st Kentucky Derby – the first leg of the US Triple Crown – what many refer to as the most exciting two minutes in sports. Offering up a $2,000,000 purse, the Grade 1 event will be contested by the fastest 3-year-olds in the industry.



2015 Kentucky Derby Entries

PostHorseTrainerML OddsPointsEarningsInsight
No. 1Ocho Ocho OchoJim Cassidy50/130$793,850Though he suffered a weak run in the San Felipe Stakes earlier this year, he’s back on track after finishing third in the Blue Grass Stakes.
No. 2Carpe DiemTodd Pletcher8/1164$1,519,800Aside from a second-place finish in the Breeders Cup Juvenile, Carpe Diem has won every other race he’s ever run.
No. 3MaterialityTodd Pletcher12/1100$656,028This lightly raced horse is on his way to the Kentucky Derby undefeated after most recently winning the Florida Derby.
No. 4TencendurGeorge Weaver30/141$253,500Despite a number of shaky performances, the colt placed second in the Wood Memorial in early April.
No. 5Danzig MoonMark Casse30/145$251,120Though he struggled in the Tampa Bay Derby, this colt is looking to get back on track after placing second in the Blue Grass Stakes.
No. 6MubtaahijMike de Kock20/1100$1,461,332This impressive colt has secured his spot at Churchill Downs after winning the UAE Derby.
No. 7El KabeirJohn Terranova II30/195$768,892The crowd pleasing El Kabeir has finished in the money in eight of nine starts, and has won the Gotham, Jerome and Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes.
No. 8DortmundBob Baffert3/1170$1,289,400All eyes will be on Dortmund who will head to Churchill Downs undefeated in all race he’s ever run.
No. 9BoloCarla Gaines30/130$249,700Bolo took third place in both the San Felipe Stakes and the Santa Anita Derby following his victory in the Eddie Logan Stakes.
No. 10Firing LineSimon Callaghan12/158$574,800With two wins and three second-place finishes under his belt, this young powerhouse has set his sights on the Derby.
No. 11StanfordTodd Pletcher30/140$199,400An inconsistant career may be levelling out after the Todd Pletcher-trainee landed a smooth second-place finish in the Louisiana Derby.
No. 12International StarMike Maker20/1171$1,010,979This colt hasn’t lost a race this year, securing victories in all three races he’s run including the Louisianna Derby, the Rising Star and the Lecomte Stakes.
No. 13ItsaknockoutTodd Pletcher30/160$335,360The Todd Pletcher trainee has won three of his four career starts, but ran into trouble in the Florida Derby where he finished fourth.
No. 14Keen IceDale L. Romans50/122$160,395This colt hasn’t won a race since breaking his maiden at Churchill Downs last fall, and though he’s got great stamina, he’ll be entering the Derby field as a major long shot.
No. 15FrostedKiaran McLaughlin15/1113$836,800Frosted impressed the crowds at the Wood Memorial when he breazed by El Kabeir to take the win.
No. 16War StoryTom Amoss50/144$243,600War Story has finished in the money in all five of his career starts, including three Kentucky Derby prep races.
No. 17Mr. ZD. Wayne Lukas50/134$652,226Mr. Z took third place in the Arkansas Derby, earning him enough points to run in the Derby this year.
No. 18American PharoahBob Baffert5/2160$1,411,500The Bob Baffert-trained colt is now on a four-race winning-streak after winning the Arkansas Derby hot off his 2015 Rebel Stakes win.
No. 19UpstartRick Violette Jr.15/176$971,480After winning the Holy Bull Stakes in January, this ridgling went on to finish second in both the Fountain of Youth and the Florida Derby.
No. 20Far RightRon Moquett30/162$625,766Far Right is off to Churchill Downs after finishing second in the Arkansas Derby and first in the Southwest stakes.

*Standings as of April 30, 2015