What were those 2013 Preakness payouts?
By Dana Byerly, Hello Race Fans Co-founder

Looking for 2014 Preakness payouts? They’re here!

Did you play the 2013 Preakness? Of course you did! In case you missed the payouts, we have them right here.

2013 Preakness Chart courtesy of our partners, Brisnet.com

Payouts below are listed for a $2 wager except where noted. So, if you played $5 to win on Oxbow you would multiply the payout times 2.5. If you had a $10 wager you multiply the payout by 5 (you get the picture).

2013 Preakness Payouts
Oxbow: $32.80 to win, $12.00 to place, $6.80 to show
Itsmyluckday: $7.80 to place, $5.00 to show
Mylute: $5.20 to show

$2 Exacta (6-9): $301.40
$2 Trifecta (6-9-5): $2,061.60
$1 Superfecta (6-9-5-1): $1,817.80
$1 Super High Five (6-9-5-1-2): $32,187.80

Multi-race Exotics:
$2 Daily Double (10-6): $557.40
$.50 Pick 3 (10-10-6): $675.5
$.50 Pick 4 (3-10-10-6): $4,883.05
$.50 Pick 5 (6-3-10-10-6): $16,685.65

And now to answer some of the more reoccurring questions…
“$5 trifecta payout 2013 Preakness” = $5,154.00
“$10 bet to win on Oxbow” = $164.00
“$2 across the board on Oxbow” = $51.60
“$2 2013 Preakness exacta box payout” = $301.40

Another item of note, the multi-race exotics pay the same regardless of whether you play them straight or box them.

Do you want to learn more about wagering? Try our Wagering section! We have introductory posts and strategy posts. We hope everyone had a fun and prosperous 2013 Preakness!

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2 comments

  • Preakness Teller

    it’s interesting that you answer the question “What does a $5 trifecta pay?” I was a pari-mutuel teller at Pimlico, and a young couple from North Carolina had a $10 tri box on the winning combination. They took home over $7,000 after taxes. But they didn;t leave a dime for the hard working teller behind the window. I bet they didn’t think twice about tipping the bartender when they get their drinks during the day!

  • Thanks for the excellent reminder!

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