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Kentucky Derby 2022 odds: Betting recap, Preakness look ahead for Rich Strike


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By Andy SerlingFOX Sports Horse Racing AnalystWhat a Kentucky Derby it was, as 80-1 long shot Rich Strike shocked everyone by taking down the 148th Run for the Roses.Gambling-wise, there was $49,709,884 bet to win in the Kentucky Derby. That’s remarkable, especially in a race like the Kentucky Derby, where there is more random frivolous betting on long shots than in a "normal" race.Rich Strike is the second-biggest long shot to win in Derby history. Beyer believes the Derby winner will have trouble reproducing this figure in his upcoming races."The Derby result was the product of an insanely fast pace, and Rich Strike was the horse that made the last run," Mr. Beyer stated. While she proved victorious, she was also a once-in-a-lifetime racehorse, something Secret Oath has not shown herself to be yet.Daily Racing Form handicapper David Aragona — who makes the Morning Line for the New York Racing Association — believes Rich Strike will be somewhere between 6-1 and 10-1 in the Preakness.Significantly lower than his 80-1 Derby odds."The Derby winner usually gets some base level of support in the second jewel of the Triple Crown," Aragona explained.Stay tuned as we’re just getting started.

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