08/16/2014 9:39PM

Pick six carryover of $106,845 for Sunday's program


DEL MAR, Calif. - Sunday’s nine-race program at Del Mar begins with a pick six carryover of $106,845 from Saturday.

The pool of new money on Sunday could exceed $600,000 on a card in which the sequence includes two turf races.

The pick six covers the fifth through 10th races. The day’s feature race is the $150,000 Rancho Bernardo Handicap, a Grade 3 for female sprinters. It runs as the fourth race because of the presence of heavy favorite Reneesgotzip.

The top race in the pick six is the $150,000 Solana Beach Handicap for California-bred fillies and mares over a mile on turf. Kathleen Rose, a game second in the Grade 2 Royal Heroine Stakes at Santa Anita in June, is the 3-1 favorite on the morning-line, a slight choice over Warren’s Veneda (7-2).


zerosumzen More than 1 year ago
I like Mike Smith the person, but could Mike Smith the jockey PLEASE retire?! How many more perfectly fine horses does he have to ease before being investigated? Mike, you can't cheat the betting public to the extent that you do. What makes you so special? Imagine if everybody did what you do.
Roger More than 1 year ago
Steve - Pattern continues...you WRITE UP the Carryover but never the next day.... the COST of winning ticket{s} when they are near/ over 6 figures. The last 4 big P-6 payouts in last 7 days at DMR had NO TICKET COST information. Why? That's what we want to know and write a story how DMR is DOWN $29 Million in HANDLE this Meet and withholds winning P-6 ticket COST on big payouts.
Lenny Mamola More than 1 year ago
The old 5/10 is back
Richard Land More than 1 year ago
With all domestic and foreign challenges facing the US, I think Congress is spending just the right amount of time - no time at all - addressing thoroughbred racing's problems.
Class_of_78 More than 1 year ago
I don't understand why Congress allow the fraudulent tracks, which include both SoCal and NYRA circuits, to continue operating? Some will say the strategies used by trainers (and jockeys) to get a better spot for their horse (which includes winning and winning at the highest odds possible), are legit and part of the game. I say BS, if by some miracle trainers and jockeys are not allowed to place wagers and have others wager on their behave, discreetly then ok, but that's impossible. So to me that is clearly fraud. This corrupt culture who are dominating, controlling business, the tracks throughout the US are destroying the sport because people don't trust any track and knowledgeable handicappers are fully aware that many (too many) races need to be crossed out because of price fixing. Problem is it has become a crapshoot and has nothing to do with horse racing. Thank God for UK racing, I am quickly adapting to this excellent brand of racing and am giving up on SoCal after 42 years of handicapping there. They managed to turn it into a crapshoot, complete mess. Good day.
zerosumzen More than 1 year ago
Agree with you on NY, but not on SoCal. I suppose your view may be influenced by the present Del Mar meet, but given the absurd impact of the surface I would consider the entire meet a toss-out. Yes, there are some cheaters among trainers (although I doubt the public is aware of them), but you can avoid the races where they enter a horse. Anyway, good luck with the UK project. I may add Hong Kong racing myself.
Ian GW More than 1 year ago
Add Arlington to that list. What a joke in their Pick 5 carryover. A 1-30 lifetime wins the third leg. The 2 who was 7 to 5 never was rode, which to me is fraud. The same thing the following race by F.Geroux on the 3, heavy fav and took em out of the race. I dont know how they get away with it and no action is took? This happened at So Cal with that Masochistic. The riders are also at fault. I have played way less over the years because I dont feel safe to invest and trust a jockey. Until GOV take over the sport it will keep declining. Check the replays at ARL any naysayers.