Kentucky Derby: Street Sense won the 133rd, 2007 recap
The 2007 edition of the famous
Kentucky Derby was won by Street Sense with a beautiful run from
On the 1/4 mile Street Sense
was trailing at 19th position, unexpected for the horse with the
best betting odds during the Derby Day. Fast as the light,
however, Street Sense pulled an astonishing 2 and1/4 length
victory over the second Hard Spun and took the horse only
2:02.17 to complete the race. The 133rd Kentucky Derby just
acclaimed the race as the most exiting 2 minutes in sports,
giving all the spectators of the race their money worth in
excitement and drama. While we were following the Derby this
past week, we used the odds of the online betting website
Bodog Horse Racing,
which proved to be the best, giving odds for Street Sense 7/1 up
until the Derby Day, and 4/1 during.
The Kentucky Derby
final results are:
Winner: Street Sense,
jockey Calvin Borel, trainer Carl Nafzger.
Second: Hard Spun,
rider Mario Pino, trained by J. Larry Jones.
Third: Curlin, jockey
Robby Albarado, trainer Steve Asmussen.
Imawildandcrazyguy was forth,
followed by Sedgefield, Circular Quay, Tiago, Any Given
Saturday, Sam P., Nobiz Like Shobiz, Dominican, Zanjero, Great
Hunter, Liquidity, Bwana Bull, Storm in may, Teuflesberg, Scat
Daddy, Stormello, and Teuflesberg.
Todd Pletcher with five horses
in the Kentucky Derby was unfortunate not to have either one in
the top three, his best performing thoroughbred was Circular
Quay, finishing sixth.
We had clear skies over
Louisville which made for the fast race, despite earlier
prognosis for rain showers.
The Triple Crown continues
after the first leg, the Kentucky Derby, with the Preakness
Stakes of 2007 which starts on Saturday, 19 May 2007 at 6:04 pm
EST at the Pimlico Race Course, Laurel, MD. Online Gambling
Paper will continue to bring you timely coverage and best
betting odds for the Preakness Stakes.