Texas woman wins $1.2M on $18 Kentucky Derby bet

Celebrities at the 2018 Kentucky DerbyMore

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Justify's victory in Saturday's Kentucky Derby was worth $1.432 million to the horse's owners - and almost as much to one Texas woman who picked five straight winners in Races 8-12 at Churchill Downs.

Retama Park Race Monitor, which is positioned in Salem, Texas, posted an image of the victor on its Fb web page.

The woman, who chose not to be identified, correctly picked the winners of the final five races on Saturday at Churchill Downs, per ABC News.

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"It's extremely rare", Rachel Bagnetto, spokeswoman for Retama Park, told ABC News.

The $18 bet earned the woman $1.2 million after the favorite horse, Justify, who had 3-1 odds, rode to victory in the Derby.

A Texas girl won £1.2 million on a £ 18 "Select 5" stake that comprised Kentucky Derby winnner Justify.

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The field of horses rounds the first turn during the 144th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, May 5, 2018 in Louisville, Ky.

Maraud won the American Turf Stakes in the ninth race, and Funny Duck took the Pat Day Mile race after facing 39-1 odds.

Reid, of Austin, Texas, won all five races, including the Kentucky Derby itself, making her an instant millionaire. Her selection in the 11th race was 9-1 longshot Yoshida, who beat out favorite Beach Patrol by a nose in the Old Forester Turf Classic.

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