11/12/2016 8:10PM

Del Mar: Pick six carryover of $203,127 for Sunday's card


DEL MAR, Calif. – Two days in, and no one has yet to hit the pick six at Del Mar, so there are significant carryovers into Sunday’s nine-race card, which begins at 12:30 p.m. Pacific.

 The carryover in the general pick six pool is up to $203,127 after no one hit the pick six on Friday or Saturday. There is another $43,527 in the jackpot carryover pool, reserved for any single winning ticket.

 There was $277,096 in fresh money bet into the pick six on Saturday, chasing $55,093 carried over in the general pool from Friday, and another $11,805 that was in the jackpot carryover pool.

 Under the new rules this meet in the pick six, 70 percent of the pool after takeout goes to those with six winners. If no one hits six, that money is carried over in the general pool.

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 Of the remaining 30 percent, half – 15 percent – is reserved for a single winning pick six ticket.

 The other 15 percent goes to those with five of six when six winners are hit, or those with the most winners when – as on Friday and Saturday – no one has six. On Saturday, those with five of six winners received $1,023.20 each.

 If, on Sunday, one ticket has the pick six, that ticket would get both the general pool and the jackpot pool. If two or more tickets hit the pick six, the general pool gets dispersed, but the 15 percent earmarked for the jackpot would be added to the funds already there.

 There was more than twice as much bet into Saturday’s pick six as Friday’s, chasing the carryovers. If that similar multiple holds for Sunday, there should be well in excess of $500,000 in fresh money wagered.