2017 Kentucky Derby winner, payouts: Trifecta, superfecta deliver big money
The $1 superfecta paid out more than $75,000
A big lead on a sloppy track lefton Saturday.
And there were some big-money payouts after the action at Churchill Downs thanks to the second- and third-place finishes from Lookin At Lee (33-1) and Battle Of Midway (40-1), who surpassed contenders like Classic Empire and McCracken, down the back stretch to earn a nice payday.
The $2 exacta dished out $336.20, the $1 trifecta paid $8,297.20, while the $1 superfecta delivered -- wait for it -- $75,974.50.
If you cashed that superfecta, I hope you aren't reading this post. Those are some hefty chunks of change.
The following payout results applied to each of the top three horses, according to NBC:
Always Dreaming: $11.40 (win), $7.20 (place), $5.08 (show)
Lookin At Lee: $26.60 (place), $15.20 (show)
Battle Of Midway: $20.80 (show)
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