08/12/2012 8:28PM

Del Mar Wednesday carryovers: $362K for pick five $240K for pick six


DEL MAR, Calif. - A stunning parade of longshots through the first six races on Sunday at Del Mar caused carryovers in both the pick five and the pick six going into Wednesday's card, when racing resumes here.

The pick five carryover is $362,503, while the pick six carryover is $240,680.

There were no winning tickets in the pick five, which encompasses the first five races. There is no consolation payoff in that wager, so the entire pool, less takeout, is carried over.

Pick six players were all out after the first three legs of the wager on Sunday, so the carryover was immediately announced by the track.

There is an eight-race card on Wednesday, with first post at 2 p.m. Pacific. The pick five begins in the first race, while the pick six begins in the third race.

Ian GW More than 1 year ago
Hit the Pick 5. $474.00 for $32.00 ticket not bad. Wish one of my bombs came in. 66-1 on the 7 in the 2nd would helped. Thought as 6yr old may of improved and had big age gap.Oh well I'll take it.
Ian GW More than 1 year ago
Hope Delmar keeps this going. I love longshots.
Todd Elliot More than 1 year ago
as if you hit any
Ian GW More than 1 year ago
Had the Oneill Horse 9-1. Had him in best Pal too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
That's why NYRA is in going down hill. The pick 5 is big at every major track.The track cannot loose money on it.If you bet 50,000 $$$ on any bet at the track and was the only one who bet and the only winner you would still loose great game.NYRA IS STILL IN THE STONE AGES MAYBE THE NEW BLOOD WONT BE BLUE.
richard montgomery More than 1 year ago
Jack Twee More than 1 year ago
I don't understand why NY doesn't have a late pick 5? NY would have many more carryovers than California. I expect close to 2 Million in handle on the pick 5 Wed.
Tom Smith More than 1 year ago
only bet i ever play foolish to play 24% takeout bets
andrewa More than 1 year ago
there is no better bet in racing than the low takeout P5 with a carryover.