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How Much Money Will Each of the Breeders Cup Classic Horses Earn in 2017

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Nov/04/2017

If you were wondering how much the 2017 Breeders Cup Classic will pay out to each of the top 8 finishers, the amounts are staggering, especially if you happen to finish first or second.

The winning horse will receive $3.3 million while the 2nd place finisher walks away with $1.02 million.  Not too shabby.

The Breeders Cup Classic is widely considered to be the “richest horse race” with this year’s event guaranteeing $6 million.

Post time starts at 8:35 p.m. ET. The race will be televised by NBC.

Position payouts and odds appear below.

Position, Prize Money

First place, $3.3 million

Second place, $1.02 million

Third place, $540,000

Fourth place, $300,000

Fifth place, $180,000

Sixth place, $60,000

Seventh place, $60,000

Eighth place, $60,000

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Runner Name Jockey Odds
Arrogate (KY) M E Smith 2
War Decree (KY) S Heffernan 30
Win the Space (KY) J Talamo 30
War Story (KY) J L Ortiz 30
Gun Runner (KY) F Geroux 1 4/5
Mubtaahij (IRE) D Van Dyke 12
Churchill (IRE) R L Moore 15
West Coast (KY) J Castellano 6
Gunnevera (KY) E J Zayas 30
Pavel (KY) M Gutierrez 20
Collected (KY) M Garcia 6

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