12/06/2015 6:06PM

Aqueduct inner track opens with $123,347 pick six carryover


There will be a pick six carryover of $123,347 at Aqueduct on Wednesday when the inner track opens for the winter season.

The pick six went unhit on both Saturday and Sunday, the final two days of the main track meet. Since the state does recognize Sunday as the official end of the fall meet, the wager is permitted to carry over. The state recognizes the official end of Aqueduct’s fall meet as Dec. 31.

There were no winning favorites in Sunday’s sequence and it was first-time starter Cards of Stone, a 38-1 shot who returned $79 in race 6, who basically busted all pick six tickets. Other winners in the sequence were Browse ($21.20), Bullheaded Boy ($11.60), St. Louie ($14.40), Rectify ($7.80), and Light Years Away ($62.50).

Those who selected four of six winners received a payout of $1,363.

Though racing moves to the inner track on Wednesday, the schedule basically remains the same. First post is 12:20 p.m. Eastern. The pick six sequence begins with race 4 (1:50 p.m.) and will consist of all dirt races as the turf season has come to a close.

Though he got blanked on Sunday’s card, Irad Ortiz Jr. was the leading rider for the main track meet with 30 wins, five more than his brother Jose, who won three races on Sunday. Kendrick Carmouche, who rode Cards of Stone to victory, tied Javier Castellano for third with 20 wins apiece.

Rudy Rodriguez finished the main track season as the leading trainer with 15 wins, one more than Chad Brown.

Michael Dubb was leading owner with 12 wins.

Julia Brown More than 1 year ago
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Dave Oster More than 1 year ago
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Ray Sousa More than 1 year ago
Stronach tracks have sued tournament sites. One more instance were this group uses its power to close down competition and go against racing fans. So I'm boycotting Gulfstream,Gulf Stream west,golden gate,Santa Anita, laurel,,Remington,pimlico,Portland meadows. If you are a fan of tournament sites and against bully's in general I suggest you avoid betting these tracks too.
gallopingtom More than 1 year ago
Should've stayed on the outer dirt and turf course. Long range forecast is fantastic
Jack Armstead More than 1 year ago
I was thinking the same thing on Saturday. I got to the OTB in Tucson early, found a great seat with good lighting and an outlet for my laptop in front of this OTB's best High-definition screen. We got to race #6, I was alive with the #12 in the late Pick 4... and then two idiots came in and wanted to watch the Arizona-Gonzaga basketball game. I use that "high definition" TV to look at the fitness of the horses and decided to leave. If these Tracks want to take/make/increase handle, they can't handicap someone like me with a loud TV (that had Aqueduct on it; Muted) used for a football game that happened to be on before AZ vs. Gonzaga. I felt like I was playing "Blackjack" in the dark and they put on a live and loud Punk rock band in front of me. A lot of us complain about how they treat horseplayers in the country, but; I'll match any Tucson AZ horror story customer service issue with any of you. Half the OTB's have such poor lighting that you can't read a Daily Racing Form. I find one that does... and the owner turns the OTB over to 2 (that's only "two") people who walk in and want to watch some early season basketball game. This is another of a long list of reasons that this once great sport is dying. The local Dog Track is covered by protectionist politics and couldn't stay open without the handle from Horse racing, and; the Indian casinos (who SHOULD taken over the signal years ago; like everywhere else) would never treat a customer like we get treated here. Global warming made Saturday at Aqueduct like a cool October day. I looked at these two clowns who wanted to watch "football" at a Horse-racing OTB (when it was on local Cable already) and realized that my only choice to remain sane was to leave. I effing left that place... unlikely to return until the Spring preps. I too made a few phone calls when I got home, but; I soon realized I was "reading 'Shakespeare' to a pig" and hung up on them. They are hamstrung on several political levels as well. Who decides if Equine athletes and their owners, trainers, handlers... are better than Doberman's? Politicians do. I give up.
Youve Been Roused Son More than 1 year ago
Nothing but rigged racing at NYRA while officials look the other way,
Ray Sousa More than 1 year ago
I can't argue with you there. Nyra and Florida tracks are unplayable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thoroughbred racing is on a par with the lotto machines at Yonkers raceway. They both hold about 90%. Horse racing is not player friendly. Between the high takeout and the trainers playing games the game is unbeatable. The average horse player can not overcome the games trainers play. I have come to my senses after fifty plus years of trying to beat the horses.
John Agnello More than 1 year ago
After watching JJ tank one of Maker horses on the turf at 3/5, I actually called the NY Wagering and Gaming Commission to complain. Did I think I'd ever get a person to call me back? I was pleasantly surprised when someone did to listen what I had to say. I love thoroughbred racing with a passion and this sport has some serious issues facing it square in the face. If, there aren't drastic changes on the horizon, we'll all be driving by an industrial park where our favorite racetrack used to reside.