Saturday, April 12, 2014

Down the stretch they come open line

Posted By on Sat, Apr 12, 2014 at 4:05 PM

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Who's your pick for the Arkansas Derby? Post time is 6:07. Odds below...I'm tempted by Danza for Tony reasons and Strong Mandate for health wonk reasons. Place your bets!

Danza 15-1
Knock Em Flat 20-1
Tapiture 9-5
Ride On Curlin 12-1
Thundergram 30-1
Commissioner 8-1
Conquest Titan 10-1
Bayern 2-1
Strong Mandate 9-2

With that, the line is open. What else you got? 
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