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Thread: Odd horse???

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    Odd horse???

    okay, so I´m at a jockey club watching a race and I want to bet on a horse that is not the favourite..Can I say that I have decided to bet on the odd horse? Would you native speakers say that ? Cheers in advance.

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    Re: Odd horse???

    I wouldn't. If the odds are against it, you could call it the 'outsider'.

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    Re: Odd horse???

    so, there´s the favourite and the outsiders?thanks.

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