10/25/2013 7:36PM

Belmont Park Saturday pick-six carryover is $173K


ELMONT, N.Y. - When Lemon Lashes ($32) rallied to win Belmont’s 10th race on Friday, it created a pick-six carryover of $173,458 into Saturday’s 10-race card.

Saturday’s pick six begins on race 5 (2:58 p.m. Eastern) and includes the Grade 3 Bold Ruler and Grade 3 Turnback the Alarm handicaps.

Friday’s card began with a $41,009 carryover and an additional $232,384 was wagered into the pool. Lemon Lashes was the only one of 12 horses in the finale that was not covered the pick six. Away since April, Lemon Lashes took early money before drifting up to 15-1.

If no one hits the pick six on Saturday, the entire pool must be paid out on Sunday, closing day of the meet.

G More than 1 year ago
Looks like another day of carryover at Belmont. Only way someone wins it today is a very huge ticket. Just my opinion after seeing the types of races.
Charles Sakach More than 1 year ago
Just glanced at the Bold Ruler past performances... There's some value with Clearly Now, as clearly he will be in the thick of this one.
Thorobred Racing More than 1 year ago
Lefty! Let’s not forget that it was another Shaug’s horse on Thursday’s last race that started the ball rolling for the carryover. The overwhelming favorite TOKYO TIME ridden by Javier Castellano tried every conceivable way to loose.(see the replay)There is no question in my mind about the integrity of Shaug McGaughey but for the life of me I wonder why he keeps using Castellano when this jock seems more determined in loosing with Shaug favorites rather than making every effort to win. Will someone please explain what is going on at Belmont?
Lefty More than 1 year ago
I didn't know that. As for Tokyo Time, I have never been that impressed, the horse is ok and I don't see him as an odds on favorite kind of horse. Also, a few weeks ago Suggy Baby had a horse at Belmont and it was the last of the pick 6 races too and was the odds on favorite as well. It went right to its knees 10 feet of the gate! The announcer said it took a bad step. To me going to your knees is more than a bad step. Also, it was just simply bad luck, the horse finished the race, but he had nothing in the tank. I mean he wasn't Afleet Alex. And that is why Pick 6's are so diffiicult, anything can happen.
Lefty More than 1 year ago
Shuggy Baby has a horse named Mischieviously in the 5th race tomorrow. How appropriate, his horse could start things off right for your pick six or leave up to his name and really mess up the works.