Infotainment Factory: Dividends: How much Melbourne Cup paid out

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Monday, 5 November 2018

Dividends: How much Melbourne Cup paid out


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Cross Counter has claimed the 2018 Melbourne Cup after sterling comeback on the final home straight which saw him overrun Marmelo at the death. 

The win gave Kerrin McEvoy his third Melbourne Cup win after riding Brew to victory in 2000 and Almandin in 2016. 

Marmelo and A Prince of Arran rounded out the top three, making it the second consecutive year where there was an international trifecta. 

Per Sportsbet, Cross Counter paid $8.00 for the win and $2.80 for the place. Second place went to Marmelo who was favoured at 13.00, while third place went to A Prince of Arran who was paying $23.00 coming into the race.

The quinella paid $74.60, the exacta paid $132.70, the trifecta paid $2479.40 and the first four paid $42,925.50.

The Cliffsofmoher broke down early on in the race and was unable to finish.

Cross Counter has claimed the 2018 Melbourne Cup after sterling comeback on the final home straight which saw him overrun Marmelo at the death. 

The win gave Kerrin McEvoy his third Melbourne Cup win after riding Brew to victory in 2000 and Almandin in 2016. 

Marmelo and A Prince of Arran rounded out the top three, making it the second consecutive year where there was an international trifecta. 

Per Sportsbet, Cross Counter paid $8.00 for the win and $2.80 for the place. Second place went to Marmelo who was favoured at 13.00, while third place went to A Prince of Arran who was paying $23.00 coming into the race.

The quinella paid $74.60, the exacta paid $132.70, the trifecta paid $2479.40 and the first four paid $42,925.50.

The Cliffsofmoher broke down early on in the race and was unable to finish.

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