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2018 Kentucky Derby Margin of Victory

2017 Kentucky Derby - Margin Of Victory
1 Length To 2 3/4 Lengths +200
3 Lengths To 5 3/4 Lengths +225
1/2 Length To 3/4 Length +375
6 Lengths To 7 3/4 Lengths +650
8 Lengths To 10 3/4 Lengths +750
Head +800
Neck +800
11 Lengths To 14 3/4 Lengths +1000
Nose +1000
15 Lengths Or More +1200
Dead Heat +3000

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