2017 Kentucky Derby Payouts, Results, Winner

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#5 Always Dreaming has won the 2017 Kentucky Derby! Below are the official results and payouts from Churchill downs. You can use coupon code DERBY and get any daily package for free today at WagerTalk (click here to access all the packages available)!

2017 Kentucky Derby Results and Payouts:

KENTUCKY DERBY PRESENTED BY YUM! BRANDS

6:51 PM

 WINPLACESHOW
 5Always Dreaming$11.40$7.20$5.80
 1Lookin At Lee $26.60$15.20
 11Battle of Midway  $20.80

Scratched

  • 21 – Royal Mo,
  • 22 – Master Plan
 

PAYOUTS

WAGER TYPEWINNERSPAYOUT
$1.00 Double2/5$25.50
$2.00 Exacta5/1$336.20
$0.50 Pick 39/2/5$207.50
$0.50 Pick 46/9/2/5, 21, 22$3,441.40
$0.50 Pick 58/6/9/2/5, 21, 22$50,063.35
$2.00 Pick 62, 6/8/6/9/2/5, 21, 22$857,335.38
$2.00 Pick 62, 6/8/6/9/2/5, 21, 22$1,815.80
$1.00 Super High Five5/1/11/14/19$493,348.69
$1.00 Superfecta5/1/11/14$75,974.50
$0.50 Trifecta5/1/11$4,148.60

Official Order of Finish:

5 – Always Dreaming

1 – Lookin at Lee

11 – Battle of Midway

14 – Classic Empire

19 – Practical Joke

16 – Tapwrit

10 – Gunnevera

15 – McCraken

18 – Gormley

17 – Irish War Cry

8 – Hence

4 – Untrapped

7 – Girvin

20 – Patch

13 – J Boys Echo

12 – Sonneteer

3 – Fast and Accurate

9 – Irap

6 – State of Honor

2 – Thunder Snow – DNF

Churchill Downs Details:

Location: Churchill Downs; Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
Track: Left-handed
Distance: 1 1⁄4 miles (10 furlongs; 2,012 m)
Purse: US$2 million; 1st: $1,425,000
Record: 1: 59 2⁄5 secs, Secretariat (1973)
Qualification: 3-year-old

List of Triple Crown Winners (Win the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes) 1919 Sir Barton, 1930 Gallant Fox, 1935 Omaha, 1937 War Admiral, 1941 Whirlaway, 1943 Count Fleet, 1946 Assault, 1948 Citation, 1973 Secretariat, 1977 Seattle Slew, 1978 Affirmed and 2015 American Pharoah.

Kentucky Derby Facts:

* The Road to the Kentucky Derby is made up 35 total races (19 races for the Kentucky Derby Prep Season and 16 races for the Kentucky Derby Championship Season)
* Biggest “longshot” was in 1913 when Donerail paid out at 91.45-1 odds.
* Secretariat (1973) has the record winning time at 1:59 2⁄5 secs
* “Official” Mint Julip at the Kentucky Derby is made with “Early Times” whiskey.
* The phrase “Run for the Roses” was coined by New York sports columnist Bill Corum.