1. Robby Albarado 10-1
2. Shaun Bridgmohan 15-1
3. Jon Court 30-1
4. Tyler Gafflione 10-1
5. Jack Gilligan 30-1
6. James Graham 30-1
7. Brian Hernandez Jr. 12-1
8. Chris Landeros 15-1
9. Corey Lanerie 15-1
10. Feargal Lynch 6-1
11. Joe Rocco Jr. 6-1
12. Ricardo Santana Jr. 6-1
13. Jose Valdivia Jr. 15-1
14. Field 5-2
The Jockey7 wager will be conducted over Races 4 through 10. Results are based on a points system for top-four finishes. The wager will be listed as Race 11 but will be closed for betting before Race 4, approximately 2:52 p.m. CDT.
Win, place, show, exacta and trifecta wagering will be offered on the Jockey7.
The chart below shows 13 jockeys and their mounts represented in each individual betting interest. No. 14 is all other jockeys, or the Field.
No jockey is named to ride all seven races in the wager. Robby Albarado and Jose Valdivia lead the way, being named to six horses apiece.
Under the points system, a win is worth 25 points, second is 12, third is 9 and fourth is 5, with one point awarded for a late scratch or if a horse is declared a non-starter.
Once the fields are set, the points are based on the finishes of the horses involved with each Jockey7 betting interest, regardless if there are rider changes. For instance, if a jockey who is listed as an individual betting interest is unable to ride a race and the horse wins with another rider, the winning points stay with the horse and don’t transfer to the jockey who picked up the mount.
In the event of a dead-heat, the horses equally split the points awarded for the involved placings. So if two horses dead-heat for win, they split 25 first-place points and 12 second-place points, earning 18.5 points each.
If there is a tie in the final points, the total $2 win, place and show payoffs for each entry in every race in the Jockey7 wager will be the tiebreaker.