Irish Derby 2011 Payouts

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
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Irish Derby 2011 Payouts

William Hill, Great Britain’s largest bookmaker, promises the very best payouts for this coming Sunday’s Irish Derby.  In other words, if you find a competitors payout odds are better than what is posted below, you might want to let William Hill know so they can offer something a little more generous. 

All of the Irish Derby contenders were promising better than even-odds payouts coming into Wednesday morning, though that could change come race time (the importance of locking in the odds early)

For every 4 euro bet on the favorite Carlton House, one would earn 5 euro.

Treasure Beach pays 5 euro on a 2 euro bet.

Seville payout odds were 6 euro for every 1 euro.

Memphis Tennessee and Native Khan each pay 8 euro.

Four of the nine contenders offer payouts in the double digits including Roderic O’Connor at 10/1 odds, Dunboyne Express at 20/1 and Notable Graduate at 25/1.

Best Hello is considered the biggest long shot in the 2011 Irish Derby, with a payout potential of 40 euro on every 1 euro bet. 

The Irish Derby is the biggest event on the Irish racing calendar and anticipates a significant amount of bets being placed from the UK on this event.

Track conditions are expected to be dry with sunshine the day of the race Sunday. is your horse racing betting headquarters. 


There are nine contenders in this year’s Irish Derby sponsored by Dubai Duty Free. 

All bets should be placed a few hours prior to post time.




Carlton House


Treasure Beach




Memphis Tennessee


Native Khan


Roderic O'Connor


Dunboyne Express


Notable Graduate


Best Hello


1/5 Odds Place 1,2,3

- Alistair Prescott,

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