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I Want Revenge is 135th Kentucky Derby favorite

The 135th running of the Kentucky Derby is set for Saturday at Churchill Downs, marking the start of thoroughbred horse racing’s Triple Crown.

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With Florida Derby winner Quality Road out of the ‘Run for the Roses’ because of a pair of quarter-cracks, the field is wide-open.

I Want Revenge is a +250 favorite in betED.com Kentucky Derby Odds, followed by a pair of horses at +400: Dunkirk and Friesan Fire.

Pioneer of the Nile is at +500, and rounding out the top five is Papa Clem at +1000.

Quality Road was taken out of contention for the 2009 Kentucky Derby on Monday when the colt’s right front foot was too sore to allow him to train.

Owned by Edward Evans, Quality Road developed a quarter-crack of the right hind foot following his win in the Florida Derby. That injury was repaired, but the second quarter-crack of the right front foot was discovered last Thursday.

Quality Road has earnings of $632,830 with three wins in four lifetime starts.

I want Revenge overcame a poor start – and several other horses – to win the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct on April 4.

Trained by Jeff Mullins, I Want Revenge is the son of Stephen Got Even, which entered the 1999 Kentucky Derby as a favorite. But it was bumped out of the gate, and finished fourteenth.

Stephen Got Even fared better in the final Triple Crown races that year, finishing fourth in the Preakness and fifth in the Belmont.

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  1. I Want Revenge is emerging as the odds on favorite ,currently at 3-1. This is going to be a great race, as I believe there are three or four horses that can easily win this race including Pioneer of the Nile, Dunkirk, and Friesan Fire.

  2. As of Thusday we are starting to get some real seperation from the top 4 horses and the rest of the field in terms of odds. After Friesan Fire at 5-1, Hold Me Back and Desert Party come in at 15-1.

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