11/28/2010 11:39PM

Pick six pays $452,000 to two winners at Golden Gate

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ALBANY, Calif. – Despite three double-digit payouts, including Wise Student at $38.80 and Marsky’s Pride at $25.40, two bettors had all six winners in Golden Gate Fields’s pick six on Sunday, each earning $452,132.20.

The six-day carryover going into Sunday was $350,263, and the pool grew to $997,824 with Sunday’s wagering.

Marsky’s Pride under Julien Couton provided a $25.40 upset in the fourth race, which was the first leg of the pick six.

Francisco Duran guided Cozzena Angelina to an $11 victory in the second leg before Leslie Mawing guided second choice Eddie Coddana to a $7.40 victory in the third leg.

But a carryover appeared likely when Diego Sanchez rallied Wise Student to a $38.80 upset in the fourth leg.

Favorites won the final two legs when Dark Delores, who gained favoritism in the final clicks, got up in time under Chad Schvaneveldt for a $5.40 victory in a race that included two scratches when transferred from turf to the main track. Can’t Topper ($6.20), wide early before being taken back and guided quickly to the rail by jockey Abel Cedillo, won the final leg. Each of the second- through fourth-place finishers - Miner Pic, Fancy Summer, and Dream Spotter - would have provided the sixth winner on a ticket.

A carryover would have extended to Wednesday had either of the two longest shots on the board, Delicate Dance (31-1) or Endless Sweep (14-1) won, but they were the final two runners in the field of six.

There were 116 consolation tickets with five winners returning $2,047.80.