11/18/2016 7:47PM

Del Mar pick six carryover of $33,871; jackpot carryover at $7,258


DEL MAR, Calif. – For the third time at the five-day-old meet, no one hit the pick six Friday at Del Mar, leading to carryovers in both the general pool and the new jackpot pool into Saturday’s nine-race card.

After the weakest handle of the meet on Thursday, the pick six ticked upward on Friday, with $63,404 being wagered. That produced a carryover of $33,871 in the general pool and another $7,258 in the jackpot pool.

Under the new rules this meet in the pick six, 70 percent of the pool 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 and is referred to as the jackpot carryover.

So, if there is a single winner Saturday, that ticket would sweep both pools.

The other 15 percent goes to those with 5 of 6 when six winners are hit, or those with the most winners when no one has six. On Friday, there were only two tickets with 5 of 6, each worth $3,629.