06/18/2011 6:08PM

Belmont Park: Two-day pick-six carryover of $169,081 awaits Sunday

Adam Coglianese/NYRA
Be Bullish, a two-time stakes winner at Aqueduct earlier this year, makes his first start for trainer Rick Dutrow in the Noble Nashua, the next-to-last leg of Sunday's pick six at Belmont Park.

ELMONT, N.Y. – Those who failed to hit Wednesday’s rich pick six at Belmont Park will get another shot at a large payday Sunday. Though the carryover isn’t seven figures as it was going into Wednesday’s card, it still will be a healthy $169,081 after the wager went unhit for a second straight card Saturday.

Most pick-six tickets were dead after the opening leg, when Rocky World, under Jaime Rodriguez, upset the fifth race, a maiden turf event for New York-breds at a $159.50 mutuel. Any remaining tickets were eliminated when Street Game, an 8-1 choice, upset the Grade 3, $100,000 Hill Prince at $18.20.

The consolation (5 of 6) payout on the sequence of 10-10-5-6-3-9 was $404.50.

Sunday’s pick six begins with race 5 and includes five races scheduled for the turf, which was listed as yielding Saturday. In fact, two of Saturday’s turf races were transferred to the dirt. The other race in the pick six is the $60,000 Noble Nashua Stakes for New York-breds at one mile on the dirt. Expect several scratches out of that race, including Be Bullish and Uncle T Seven.