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Belmont Park: Single winning pick-six ticket takes down $305K
ELMONT, N.Y. - One bettor - presumably a fan of trainer Christophe Clement - hit Thursday’s pick six at Belmont Park for $305,335. The wager was placed at a hub known as Bettor Racing.
There was a two-day carryover of $102,854 entering the day and an additional $355,305 was wagered into the pool on Thursday.
The winning sequence of 5-1-5-5-3-9 included Villanella ($10.20), Future Generation ($3.90), Avenging Spirit ($16.60), Mia Poppy ($18.60), Clear Pasaj ($8.10), and Normandy ($8.80).
Villanella, Future Generation, and Normandy are all trained by Clement, who had just four winners from 46 starters at the meet entering Thursday’s card.
Future Generation was most impressive winning the $80,000 Serena’s Cat Stakes by 5 3/4 lengths in her first start since she ran fourth in the Grade 2 Honey Fox at Gulfstream on March 18.
I had 5/6 and my ticket was a 128 total
This guy should now retire from horse race handicapping. It's all downhill from here. Stop while you're on top. ha ha
How much did the winning ticket cost? If you or anyone else knows, let us know.
Shocked only 1 winning ticket! No long shots really highest mutual was only$18.80.I seen days where $40 & $50 horses win and you wonder how someone had it? All those horses who won were playable don't figure? Yes it would be great to have $1 pick six,but the tracks don't do things for the handicappers who support them.
No question about it- $2 wager exists to create carryover and allow for a few wagerers to pass money around the table. If NYRA woke up they'd realize late pick four pools are 7 or 8 times pick 6 pools on none carryover days. Even yesterday with a two day carryover the bet drew 330,000 (less than a weekend late pick 4). Only a matter of time before .50 or 1.00 minimum (my preference) is put into place.
Congrats to whoever hit that frikkin' sumbitch; $2 price point isdesigned to create carryovers -- seen as a big lure by race track officials. That's really the problem -- race track management without a clue as to how they might make their product an actual draw, instead of relying on the carryover come-on.
So how long is it going to take for this guy's 305K to filter through the machines again? Racing would be much better off if 305 guys each won a grand, or 1000 guys won $305 each. The Pick-6, like so much that is promoted these days, is not good for racing.
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