Like Saarland, Maybry's Boy (40-1) is trained by Claude "Shug" McGaughey. The son of Broad Brush won Thursday's Spectacular Bid Stakes (gr. III) at Gulfstream Park. Maybry's Boy has now won two of six starts and is out of Aly's Conquest, by Alydar. No horse, though, descending from Raise A Native in its broodmare-sire line has yet to win the Derby. Also at Gulfstream Thursday, Bill Mott-trained Blue Burner won a one mile and 70 yards allowance race. The Kinsman Stable's homebred is a son of French Deputy out of an Alydar mare and was available at odds of 125-1 prior to the race.Godolphin's King Consul, a full brother of Parade Ground, is listed at 30-1. In the only race of his career, King's Consul won a seven furlong race at Belmont Park, in which Maybry's Boy finished fifth.Bob Baffert-trained China Grind is 35-1 at Bally's. "The 3-year-old division looks pretty wide open," Baffert said. "There's no Point Givens, you know. But China Grind, if I can keep him together, he could be my (Triple Crown) horse. He's a good one, I gotta take care of him."R and R King Stable's son of Grindstone, the horse who nipped Baffert-trained Cavonnier at the wire in the 1995 Derby, would provide Baffert with a touch of irony should he win the Derby. So far, though, China Grind has only a maiden win to his credit, that coming in mid-December in his only career start.
Bella Bellucci is Bally's second-lowest priced filly at 80-1 (just behind 75-1 Tempera), but trainer Neil Drysdale said Tuesday that she "just got in yesterday" and is still a month away from serious training.(Kentucky Derby Odds, Bally's)(2000 Guineas Odds)(Epsom Derby Odds)