9 - 11% of the purse.
Usually a fighters purse is doubled from winning. So if a fighter is paid 16,000 then he will get an additional 16,000 for winning.
In the Kentucky Derby, the owner of the winning horse receives about 65% of the total purse. In 2010 the total purse was $2,185,200, which means the owner of Super Saver won $1,425,200. From those winnings the owner pays a percentage to the jockey and the trainer, usually around 10% of his share of the purse.
50 to 1 long shot ; eg a $2.00 bet =$103.00
The winner's share of the May 7 race will account for 62 percent of the guaranteed purse, or at least $1.24 million. The purse for the Derby has been $1 million guaranteed since 1996.
In the 2010 Kentucky Derby, the owner of the winning horse won $1,425,200. From those winnings the owner pays a percentage to the jockey, usually around 10% of his share of the purse. So Calvin Borel took home about $142,520 as the winning jockey.
they get a mirror ball trophy and get money for going on tour :)
In the horse racing industry, veterinarians are not paid anything out of the winning purse - they are paid either by contract-for-service or by fees.
There is no such thing as a webkinz purse.