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Del Mar pick six carryover of $110,000 for Friday
DEL MAR, Calif. - The pick six at Del Mar on Friday starts with a carryover of $110,122 after no one had all six winners on Thursday. Those who had five winners received a payoff of $1,573.
The bet covers the second through seventh races on a seven-race program that begins at 4 p.m. The Friday programs for the remainder of the meeting will have seven races so the card can be finished before sunset.
There are decent-sized fields in Friday’s pick six with 8, 9, 9, 8, 10 and 11 runners. There are actually 13 horses entered in the second, but only eight can start in the five-furlong turf race. The final scratches will be announced on Friday morning. While Field Report is the 5-2 morning-line favorite and part of the body of the race, he could be challenged by D’Obsession (3-1) and My Slew (7-2), who are on the also-eligible list.
In the third, a maiden claimer over 5 1/2 furlongs, Yodel Up a Storm is the 5-2 favorite from the outside post. Leading rider Rafael Bejarano rides Beth’s My Babe (7-2).
There are nine maiden fillies and mares in the fourth. Humor Me, Bejarano’s mount, is the likely favorite.
In the fifth race, Jim’s No Preacher, the winner of an $8,000 claimer by 8 1/2 lengths on July 24, starts in a $25,000 claimer over a mile. Romance Is Sosa, a five-time winner this year, is a threat as is China Prince (5-1) who is unraced since March.
The sixth race is the $90,000 Sandy Blue Handicap for 3-year-old fillies over a mile on turf. The withdrawals of Charlie Em and Ighraa, who will run in Saturday’s Del Mar Oaks, leave 10 starters. Sarach, the winner of the Grade 2 Honeymoon Handicap at Betfair Hollywood Park in June, should go favored over Oscar Party, who was third in the Regret Stakes at Churchill Downs in June.
The final race is a maiden claimer over 1 1/16 miles. Warren’s Chaser will not start, leaving 11 runners. Hair on Fire, who drew the rail, will be favored to end a six-race losing streak.
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