Posted: May 1, 2013 8:18 PM by MTN News
LOUISVILLE - Billings-owned Kentucky Derby horse Frac Daddy drew the No. 18 position late Wednesday afternoon for Saturday's race at Churchill Downs.
Trainer Ken McPeek likes it, saying the "horse doesn't like dirt in his face".
Co-owner Ken Schlenker told Q2 he'd be "tickled with any position from the middle to the outside."
Official Derby Morning Line odds list Frac Daddy at 50-1, tied for the field's longest odds.
Join Q2's Scott Breen at 5:30 and 10:00 p.m. for an inside look at the first Kentucky Derby competition for Billings co-owners Carter Stewart and Ken Schlenker. Plus an inside look at Frac Daddy's background.