07/30/2011 10:14PM

Del Mar pick six preview


The pick-six carryover from Saturday into Sunday is $169,635.

Bettors are expected to add another $1 million to the pot. Looking for an inconspicuous single? The last three races offer possibilities.

Race 7 is a maiden-40 starter allowance sprint for fillies and mares, and if Cactus House runs back to her maiden win she can win as the 7-2 second choice on the morning line.

Race 8 is the Grade 1 Bing Crosby for sprinters Smiling Tiger, Euroears and Amazombie. Comeback works by Euroears suggest he can be gone as the 5-2 second choice.

Race 9 includes the “most likely” winner on the card. Irish Art finished strongly in his sprint debut, wants to run long, and should make a huge forward move stretching out with a race under his belt. He is 7-2 in the program.

That’s it.

mpm101 More than 1 year ago
With the carryover today does the $50,000 added for the winners still apply? (The $50,000 will be added to the Wednesday pool.)
Rene Antonio More than 1 year ago
I am not a fan of the pick six. I would just like to add that Kinsale King will be my play of the day! Even after a long layoff, and having not won in a long time, I believe Kinsale King is long overdue, otherwise, I will never bet on him again.
Lenny More than 1 year ago
If you are a pick six bettor, you never single the last race, unless you own the horse and are making a move for the pot.