What were the dividends for the Melbourne Cup?
Melbourne Cup: How much did the winner and trifecta pay?
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What did the Melbourne Cup winners pay?
The total prize money for the 2019 race is A$8,000,000, plus trophies valued at $250,000. The first 12 past the post receive prize money, with the winner being paid $4.4 million, second $1.1 million, third $550,000, fourth $350,000, fifth $230,000, with sixth through to twelfth place earning $160,000.
What has first 4 paid in Melbourne Cup?
Placing a Melbourne Cup Box First Four Bet The formula for working out the cost of a First Four bet is (number of horses selected) X (number of horses selected – 1) X (number of horses selected – 2) X (number of horses selected – 3) X base bet amount.
What did the trifecta pay in the Melbourne Cup 2019?
The Melbourne Cup trifecta paid $2953.40 with 23-12-20 the required numbers for a winning ticket. Those lucky enough to have snaffled a piece of the first four (23-21-20-3) would have been pleased to see a dividend of $79,381.40.
How much did the Melbourne Cup Trifecta pay 2020?
Avilius was the last horse across the line, while Anthony Van Dyck has been put down after failing to finish. The quinella paid $97.20, the exacta paid $211.60 , the trifecta paid $1806.00, and the first 4 paid $38,939.00.
What date was Melbourne Cup 2013?
November 5, 2013
2013 Melbourne Cup/Date
The race, held on 5 November 2013, at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Victoria, was won by Fiorente. The horse, owned by Andrew Roberts and Barry Pang, was bred in Ireland, trained in Australia by Gai Waterhouse, and ridden by jockey Damien Oliver.
How much did I win Melbourne Cup 2019?
The final field for the race was declared on 2 November. The total prize money for the race was A$8 million, an increase of the previous year. The race was won by Vow And Declare, ridden by Craig Williams and trained by Danny O’Brien.
Who was the winner of the 2013 Melbourne Cup?
Gai Waterhouse has secured her maiden winning Melbourne Cup 2013 result preparing today’s winner Fiorente for their victory, and below we take a look at the full race results and payouts on the exotics punters may have had them in. Fiorente (outside) and Red Cadeaux (inside) fight it out for the 2013 Melbourne Cup Quinella.
What are the dividends for winning the Melbourne Cup?
Below are the full dividends from the 2020 Melbourne Cup: 1st – $23.00 the win and $6.50 the place. 2nd – $2.40 (place) 3rd – $3.30 (place)
What are the odds for the Melbourne Cup?
Tap Here to JOIN NOW! BEST ODDS! Get the BEST ODDS with TOP TOTE+ The 2020 Melbourne Cup has been run and won and we take a look at the odds and dividends for the winning horse as well as the Trifecta, Quinella, First Four bets and the all important last place for Melbourne Cup sweep contestants.
What was the Exacta of the Melbourne Cup in 2020?
Below are the full dividends from the 2020 Melbourne Cup: 1st – $23.00 the win and $6.50 the place. 2nd – $2.40(place) 3rd – $3.30(place) First 4 – $38,939.00. Trifecta: $1806.00. Exacta: $211.60