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# How much was the winning purse for secretariet in the 1973 Kentucky Derby?

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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.

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Noble's Promise finished 5th in the 2010 Kentucky Derby. Since the Derby distributes purse money to the top 5 finishers, Noble's Promise took home \$60,000 for his effort. The purse distribution for the Derby changed in 2005, when prior to that only the top 4 finishers received any purse money.

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The purse of the 1973 Kentucky Derby was \$179,199.

### How much will Calvin Borel make for winning the Kentucky Derby?

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For Derby #135 (May 2, 2009) the owner gets the money, but will be contractually to pay the trainer and jockey a certain fee (usually between 10% or 15% of the purse.) From the courier journal: If all 20 horses start in Saturday's Kentucky Derby (Derby #135, May 2, 2009,) the total purse will be \$2,210,000, with \$1,450,000 to the winner. That ranks third all-time. The record purse came in 2005 - the first year Churchill guaranteed a purse at least \$2 million. Giacomo netted \$1,639,600 of the \$2,399,600 purse that year, which included a \$200,000 supplementary entry fee owner B. Wayne Hughes put up to make 11th-place Greeley's Galaxy eligible to run. Last year's purse was \$2,213,200, with Barbaro earning \$1,453,200. Of the Derbypurse, \$1.11 million comes from fees paid by horse owners in early and late nominations to the Triple Crown, as well as the \$25,000 entry fee and \$25,000 starting paid for each horse who actually competes in the race.

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