Gary Stevens and OXBOW may just be the combination needed to win the 139th running of the Kentuclky Derby. Gary Stevens retired from horse racing in 2005 and became a television personality and NBC Sports horse racing analyst. But after eight years Gary Stevens decided to come out of retirment on January 13, 2013. In his career Stevens knows how to win, with three Belmont Stakes wins, two Preakness Stakes victories and a Kentucky Derby win, Stevens could mark the great jockey comeback off all time on OXBOW.
OXBOW is owned by Bluegrass Hall LLC and trained by D. Wayne Lukas. Sired by AWESOME AGAIN, OXBOW's pedigree makes this horse the perfect Derby entry to win in sloppy conditions. Coming off a fifth place finish in the Arkansas Derby OXBOW failed to make the money and finished behind two other Kentucky Derby contenders. Of the last nine outings OXBOW has only finished first twice, a key note in this horses history is that OXBOW has not lost more than three races in a row.
Do you think OXBOW can win the Kentucky Derby? BET ON IT!
If you follow the NBC Sports announcers they have been downplaying OXBOW and going with the favorites. Bad choice NBC Sports!
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