What were those 2015 Breeders’ Cup Classic payouts?
By Dana Byerly, Hello Race Fans Co-founder

Did you play the 2015 Breeders’ Cup Classic? Of course you did! In case you missed the payouts, here they are.

2015 Breeders’ Cup Classic Payouts

American Pharoah: $3.40 to win, $3.00 to place, $2.40 to show
Effinex: $14.20 to place, $6.60 to show
Honor Code: $3.40 to show

$1 Exacta (4-6): $38.20
$.50 Trifecta (4-6-9): $80.65
$.10 Superfecta (4-6-9-2): $61.20
$.50 Super High 5 (4-6-9-2-1): $857.55

Multi-race Exotics:
$1 Daily Double (9-4): $22.80
$.50 Pick 3 (13-9-4): $113.25
$.50 Pick 4 (7-13-9-4): $765.00
$1 Pick 6 (11-5-13-9-4) 6 of 6: $47,212.20
$1 Pick 6 (11-5-13-9-4) 5 of 6: $337.20

And now to answer some of the more reoccurring questions…
“$5 trifecta payout 2015 Breeders’ Cup Classic” = $403.25
“$10 bet to win on American Pharoah” = $17
“$2 across the board on American Pharoah” = $8.80
“$2 2015 Breeders’ Cup Classic exacta box payout” = $76.40

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

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5 comments

  • I bet an Exacta Wheel with Am. Phoroah fo $100. What did I win ?

  • Hi Chris, was $100 the base wager or the total amount you paid? If it was the base wager that means you had a $100 exacta ticket and the total price of you wager was $700 (for the seven horses you used under AP).

    The $2 exacta paid $76.40. To make this easy use the $1 payout of $38.20.

    If you had a $100 exacta ticket it would pay $3,820 (38.20 x 100).

    If your total bet was $100 your base wager would be $14 (7 $14 exactas would be $98) and that payout would be $534.80 (38.20 x 14).

    Hope this helps, and congrats!

  • Thank you, the $100 was the base wager, so it looks to be 534.80. Again thanks.

  • Please help argument. What would a 100.00 win bet pay on American Pharoah.

  • Hi Joanne – American Pharoah paid $3.40 to win for a $2 ticket, multiply that payout by 50 and you get a $170 payout.

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