LOUISVILLE, Ky. &ndash; Uncle Mo was the favorite when betting into the third and final pool in the 2011 Kentucky Derby Future Wager ended Sunday, closing as the 3-1 choice to win the 137th Derby on May 7 before the final round of prep races ensue.\r\nWith $269,354 bet to win, Dialed In took heavy late action to become a solid 5-1 second choice on the strength of his impressive victory Sunday in the Florida Derby, while the 8-1 third choice was the field, the 24th or &ldquo;all others&rdquo; option. Then came Premier Pegasus (9-1), The Factor (10-1), To Honor and Serve (15-1), and Soldat (17-1). Another $123,556 was bet into exactas, with the lowest possible $2 combination being Uncle Mo over Dialed In (22-6), worth $36.40.\r\n&nbsp;KENTUCKY DERBY NEWS: Track all the 3-year-olds on the Triple Crown trail\r\nOnly one major prep, the Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park, was run this weekend before the Pool 3 odds were scheduled to be locked in Sunday at 6 p.m. Eastern. The Florida Derby was made official at about 5:52, and officials at Churchill Downs, which has offered three pools of parimutuel futures annually since 1999, decided to allow the pool to remain open until 6:05 &ldquo;to give fans the little more time they need,&rdquo; according to track spokesman John Asher.\r\nThe win pool stood at $223,153 when the Florida Derby field left the gate at 5:46, so more than $46,000 was wagered during the remaining time. Four separately listed horses ran in the Florida Derby, most notably Dialed In, whose odds plunged from 10-1 to 5-1 in that span.