12/21/2013 9:08PM

Hollywood Park pick six carryover of $122,406 for final program

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INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Sunday’s final day of racing in the history of Betfair Hollywood Park will have a pick six carryover of $122,406.

The carryover was announced after the ninth race on Saturday’s 11-race program, with two races remaining in the bet.

Sunday’s pick six covers the sixth through 11th races on an 11-race program that begins at 12:30 p.m. Pacific. There are plenty of horses to consider in Sunday’s pick six. The pick six races have fields of 14, 9, 8, 8, 11, and 12. The final race drew 15 runners, but will be limited to 12 starters.

Sunday’s stakes is the $200,000 King Glorious Stakes for 2-year-old California-breds over seven furlongs. Aotearoa is the 5-2 morning line favorite, a slight choice over California Chrome (3-1) and Pray Hard (4-1).

Hollywood Park will be closed permanently after Sunday’s card. The track is scheduled to be demolished for residential and commercial development in 2014.

Jay Stone 10 months ago
Another end to a racetrack of another era. Lucky for racing that Frank Stronach is still around to preserve Santa Anita. He is the last advocate for is left of thoroughbred racing. The horsemen, players, and lovers of the sport should pray that he lives forever. Without him thoroughbred racing in Florida, Maryland, and California would be in a lot more trouble than now exists. Once considered a pariah by the industry he now should be considered the gold standard.
Kelly Collinsworth 10 months ago
I would have to agree with you...I have been no fan of Frank Stronach, he has made many costly mistakes in this industry, but at least he is committed to the sport of horse racing, unlike the predators at Bay Meadows Land Company.
Ray Sousa 10 months ago
racing has nobody to blame but itself..with the cheating and drugs and the lack of any interest in its customers..you can watch cornelio velasquez stiff favorite after favorite with egregious horrible rides and the stewards in N.Y don't even blink PALACE this saturday was the latest example.and some idiots will go out of their way to defend cheating right here on this site and attack anybody who calls attention to it and drf will sensor as well.just go back and check out some of cornelio velasquez rides and its obvious the man does not always want to win for whatever reason.this is just one example there are for sure others in N.Y and at other tracks.the whole industry is a joke maybe if they closed half the tracks the remaining ones would have the resources to police the jockeys and trainers and finally rid themselves of the cheats.if not its going to be a slow painful death as the cheating becomes so obvious even a novice can spot it.. people already know the patterns and a few seconds into the race are already pointing out that cornelio is not going to try with this or that horse and giving out a play by play of what he will do before he does it.kind of funny to us old timers when it happens exactly as predicted but the new bettors are horrified and rightly so.if gaming was fixed at a casino people would be arrested and the facility put under federal surveillance in horse racing its business as usual.
The Baron 10 months ago
"The track is scheduled to be demolished for residential and commercial development in 2014." You mean Ghetto Ville!! Today will bring the End of an Era in our sport and I hope the beginning of the end to Bay Meadows Land Corp. - Ingelwood ain't San Mateo - they will learn that the hard way soon enough - the Horse Racing business will look like winning the Lotto to these guys once they blow a lot of cash building this complex to NO WHERE!! Always love to watch a Corporate Blood Bath unfold!!
Dawood K 10 months ago
Baron, you are absolutely correct. Once they build this complex, after 5years Inglewood will be the drug and crime capital of America, it will make Detroit, New York, Philadelphia and Oakland look like a kids park. F it let it happen.