12/09/2010 6:07PM

Hollywood: Upset starts pick 6


Thursday's pick six drew a pool of $612,630 and the first leg was won in a upset by Alec's Moon ($30), the second-longest shot in the field.

Alec's Moon rallied from last in a field of six to win by a length over 7-2 Teroda. Sugarinthemorning, the 6-5 favorite finished fourth.

Farallon, the 2-1 second choice, was pulled up on the turn and vanned off, with an injury to her left foreleg, according to track officials. The filly was claimed by Mike Puype in a four-way shake. Thursday, Farallon was making her debut for trainer Doug O'Neill and owner Paul Reddam, who bought her privately following a victory by 8 1-2 lengths in a $32,000 claimer for maidens at Golden Gate Fields on Aug. 26.

Alec's Moon was ridden by Joel Rosario, his second winner of the day.