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Royal Delta Wins Alabama Stakes 2011 (Payouts)

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/20/2011
Royal Delta Wins Alabama Stakes 2011

Royal Delta provided the upset win at the Alabama Stakes 2011 at Saratoga Saturday afternoon.   She easily won by over five length at the wire.  Here were your payouts:

Prices:

1-Royal Delta: $13.00, $6.40, $4.50

4-It's Tricky: $3.90, $3.30

2-Pinch Pie: $5.20

Inglorious was one of the more heavily wagered on horses at this race.

The Alabama Stakes received some heavy interest at the Gambling911.com website throughout the later hours Saturday afternoon.

Get ready for the Travers Stakes this coming weekend August 27.  Place your bets now here at TwinSpires.com – licensed, legal and operated by Churchill Downs.  Watch live racing streams as a member and receive a FREE $100.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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