Before the Kentucky Derby was shown on closed circuit at Pimlico, Tent Up and Rappashod each won a division of the $40,000-added Woodlawn Stakes.

Tent Up was ridden by Vince Bracciale, who had to whip him severly to run the mile over a firm turf course in 1:40. Rappashod was patiently handled by Donald Miller in 1:39 1/5.

The betting on the Derby reached $478,184 at Pimlico, with $245,600 in across-the-board betting and $232,584 in exactas. Spend A Buck paid $9 in Baltimore to win. Coupled with Stephan's Odyssey, the exacta of 9-5 returned $105.80 at Pimlico.

Pimlico's total handle of $2,406,233 was the best one-day handle at a Maryland track since the '84 Preakness. -- Clem Florio Pimlico's Big Handle Washington Post Staff Writer

BALTIMORE, May 4 -- Before the Kentucky Derby was shown on closed circuit at Pimlico, Tent Up and Rappashod each won a division of the $40,000-added Woodlawn Stakes.

Tent Up was ridden by Vince Bracciale, who had to whip him severly to run the mile over a firm turf course in 1:40. Rappashod was patiently handled by Donald Miller in 1:39 1/5.

The betting on the Derby reached $478,184 at Pimlico, with $245,600 in across-the-board betting and $232,584 in exactas. Spend A Buck paid $9 in Baltimore to win. Coupled with Stephan's Odyssey, the exacta of 9-5 returned $105.80 at Pimlico.

Pimlico's total handle of $2,406,233 was the best one-day handle at a Maryland track since the '84 Preakness.