What were those 2013 Breeders’ Cup Classic Payouts?
By Dana Byerly, Hello Race Fans Co-founder

Looking for 2014 Breeders’ Cup Classic payouts?

Did you play the 2013 Breeders’ Cup Classic? Of course you did! In case you missed the payouts you can find them in the race chart along with the full order of finish:

2013 Breeders’ Cup Classic 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 Mucho Macho Man 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 Breeders’ Cup Classic Payouts
Mucho Macho Man: $10 to win, $4.60 to place, $3.60 to show
Will Take Charge: $7.20 to place, $4.80 to show
Declaration of War: $4.80 to show

$2 Exacta (6-10): $73
$2 Trifecta (6-10-5): $608.80
$1 Superfecta (6-10-5-7): $1,916.20
$1 Super High Five (6-10-5-7-1): $17,627

Multi-race Exotics:
$2 Daily Double (8-6): $19.20
$2 Classic/Distaff Double (5-6): $37.80
$1 Pick 3 (9-8-6): $37.80
$.50 Pick 4 (11-8-9-6): $381.45
$2 Pick 6 (5/12-4-11-9-8-6) 6 of 6: $47,516.20
$2 Pick 6 (5/12-4-11-9-8-6) 5 of 6: $406.40

And now to answer some of the more reoccurring questions…
“$5 trifecta payout 2013 Breeders’ Cup Classic” = $1,522
“$10 bet to win on Mucho Macho Man” = $50
“$2 across the board on Mucho Macho Man” = $18.20
“$2 2013 Breeders’ Cup Classic exacta box payout” = $73

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 Breeders’ Cup Classic!

Be sure to check out our comprehensive 2013 Breeders’ Cup recap, including charts for all Breeders’ Cup races!


  • I boxed Mucho Macho Man and Will Take Charge. Of course, I am happy that I won, but it would have paid a lot more had Will Take Charge ekked out the win. Is there anyway to find out what that exacta would have paid?

  • Great call, glad you cashed! I will have to do a little digging around to answer your question. It’s easier to answer leading up to and right after the race as the odds for the exacta pools are readily available via toteboard or using an ADW account. After the race I’m not so sure how readily available that information is… stay tuned!

  • I purchased $1 exacta box 6,7,9,10 for race 12 and have 12 bets on 1 ticket. It paid $73 do I multiply that by 12 or do I just win $73?

  • Hi Mark, a $1 exacta box of four horses should have cost you $12 (12 $1 bets, which is why your ticket shows 12 bets). Your payout would be $36.50 since your wager was for $1 (half of the $73 paid for a $2 bet). I wish I could tell you that you could multiply $73 x 12 but you still doubled your money, good job!

    Here are two of our posts that help clarify playing exotic tickets (exactas, trifectas, boxes, etc):


    Keep up the good work!

  • Hi Tony,

    After doing a little research I was able to confirm that one cannot find out a “will pay” (as it’s referred to) for an exacta after the race. That data is owned by tote company (the company that processes the wagers) and does exist but is not available to the public after the race.

    Your best bet moving forward is keep an eye on the toteboard as it will show you odds on exactas leading up the race. You can also keep tabs on this in your ADW account if you have one.

    Here’s an introduction to reading the toteboard:

    I hope this helps and thanks for stopping by!

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