Kentucky Derby Results 2022: Finishing Order, Replay Video and Payouts

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    It was the biggest upset in the Kentucky Derby in more than 100 years. 

    Rich Strike wasn’t even supposed to be in the field for the 148th running of the Derby. He had been entered as an alternate by trainer Eric R. Reed and owner Rick Dawson of RED TR-Racing, LLC, and only entered the field on Friday morning when Ethereal Road was scratched.  

    Even after that, Rich Strike was installed at 80-1 odds, the longest shot in the race, and came into Churchill Downs on a five-race losing streak. Donerail (91.5-1 odds) in 1913 still holds the record for the longest odds to win the race.

    And after the most exciting two minutes in sports on Saturday evening, he had won. 

    Whether you missed it or still can’t quite wrap your mind around it, we’ll take another look at the replay video of Rich Strike’s Run for the Roses win and go over the full finishing order and payouts for this year’s Kentucky Derby.

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    Kentucky Derby Results

    1. Rich Strike

    2. Epicenter

    3. Zandon

    4. Simplification 

    5. Mo Donegal 

    6. Barber Road

    7. Tawny Port

    8. Smile Happy

    9. Tiz the Bomb

    10. Zozos 

    11. Classic Causeway

    12. Taiba

    13. Crown Pride

    14. Happy Jack 

    15. Messier

    16. White Abarrio

    17. Charge It

    18. Cyberknife

    19. Pioneer of Medina

    20. Summer of Tomorrow 


    Kentucky Derby Payouts

    Win: No. 21 Rich Strike ($163.60, $74.20, $29.40)

    Place: No. 3 Epicenter ($7.40, $5.20)

    Show: No. 10 Zandon ($5.60)

    Exacta: 21-3 ($1 exacta paid $2,050.60)

    Trifecta:  21-3-10 ($0.50 trifecta paid $7,435.35)

    Superfecta: 21-3-10-13 ($1 superfecta paid $321,500.10)


    Rich Strike and his team netted a cool $1.86 million prize purse. Second-place finisher Epicenter won $600,000, and third-place finisher Zandon took home $300,000.

    Placing a $2 bet on Rich Strike to win it all would have netted $163.60, the second-biggest payoff in Derby history after Donerail (where $2 would have net $184.90). 

    That’s not bad, but what if you had placed a $1 superfecta bet on Rich Strike, Epicenter (4-1), Zandon (6-1) and Simplification (35-1) finishing Nos. 1-4? 

    Well, you’d be $321,500.10 richer as we speak.

    As for Rich Strike, he had just $111,289 to his name in his seven career races coming into Saturday. 

    Considering he was claimed by Reed on behalf of Dawson for $30,000 after a maiden race last year, we’d say Rich Strike has more than earned his keep. 


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