For four close friends, the Kentucky Derby produced the financial score
of a lifetime. Jason Marshall, his brother Mick, Matt Donner and Jeromy
Brantner shared a winning $1 superfecta ticket on the Derby, which paid
Marshall, a 34-year-old resident of Louisville, placed the bet, but
Donner was the handicapper. He came up with the top four finishers —
Mine That Bird, Pioneerof the Nile, Musket Man and Papa Clem.
The four friends decided to each put in a $1 superfecta box, so their
total outlay was $96, or $24 each. They agreed that they would split
the profits four ways should any one of the four tickets come in.