Mutuel field closes as favorite in Future Wager

The Sports NetworkMarch 29, 2014 

Louisville, KY (SportsNetwork.com) - The final Kentucky Derby Future Wager of 2014 closed Saturday with the mutuel field as the 5-1 favorite among the 24 betting interests.

The final Future Wager closed Saturday at 6 p.m. ET, prior to the start of the Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park and the Louisiana Derby from Fair Grounds.

The 9-1 co-second picks were San Felipe Stakes winner California Chrome and Cairo Prince. California Chrome will start in next week's Santa Anita Derby, but Cairo Prince finished fourth in the Florida Derby as the 6-5 favorite.

Florida Derby winner Constitution closed at 19-1 in the pool and Louisiana Derby champ Vicar's in Trouble was 36-1. Intense Holiday, second in the Louisiana Derby, closed at 20-1 while Florida Derby runner-up Wildcat Red finished at 31-1.

Here are the 24 betting interests for the fourth Kentucky Derby Future Wager:

Number Wagering Interest Morning line odds Final odds:

1. Albano 50-1 46-1

2. Bayern 15-1 15-1

3. Bobby's Kitten 30-1 35-1

4. Cairo Prince 6-1 9-1

5. California Chrome 5-1 9-1

6. Candy Boy 12-1 13-1

7. Chitu 10-1 31-1

8. Constitution 30-1 19-1

9. General a Rod 30-1 24-1

10. Hoppertunity (g) 12-1 15-1

11. In Trouble 30-1 30-1

12. Intense Holiday 20-1 20-1

13. Midnight Hawk 20-1 51-1

14. Ride On Curlin 30-1 49-1

15. Ring Weekend (g) 50-1 24-1

16. Samraat 15-1 17-1

17. Social Inclusion 20-1 11-1

18. Strong Mandate 20-1 32-1

19. Tapiture 15-1 15-1

20. Uncle Sigh 30-1 47-1

21. Vicar's in Trouble 50-1 36-1

22. We Miss Artie 30-1 36-1

23. Wildcat Red 30-1 31-1

24. All Others 8-1 5-1

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