04/02/2011 8:18PM

Santa Anita: Shock win by Da Marshall leads to $115,583 pick six carryover

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Da Marshall, the longest shot in a field of nine, ran down pacesetter Cabo San Lucas to score a shock win in Saturday's 10th race, leading to a pick six carryover of $115,583 for Sunday.

Da Marshall paid $144.80.

Ridden by Amir Cedeno, Da Marshall had an ideal trip. He stalked Cabo San Lucas through an early pace of 21.47 and 44.95 seconds, took the lead in the stretch and won by three-quarters of a length over 3-1 Dancing Yodeler.

Da Marshall was winless in eight starts going into Saturday's race. Eighth in a maiden claimer over seven furlongs on March 18, Da Marshall was fitted with blinkers for Saturday's race, the first time he wore them since 2010. Da Marshall is trainer Leandro Hernandez's only starter this year. The 3-year-old gelding had finished second, eighth, third and eighth this year before Saturday's race.

Sunday's pick six races are the fourth through ninth on a nine-race program that begins at 2:03 p.m.

There were no early scratches in Sunday's pick six as of early Saturday. Sunday's pick six features a one-mile turf race for $28,000 to $32,000 claimers, a six-furlong dash for 3-year-olds entered for $28,000 to $32,000 claiming prices, a maiden race over six furlongs for statebreds, an optional claimer for 3-year-olds over a mile, the $150,000 Potrero Grande Stakes over 6 1-2 furlongs, and a maiden claimer for 3-year-olds over 6 1-2 furlongs.

The shortest price in the pick six races will be Wilburn in the seventh race, the optional claimer over a mile. Wilburn beat maidens impressively in his debut, and makes his first start around two turns. He is listed at 6-5 on the morning-line.