Updated on 09/17/2011 11:17AM

Santa Anita carryover up to $567,642

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ARCADIA, Calif. - For the second straight day there were no winners in the Pick Six at Santa Anita Park, resulting in a two-day carryover of $567,642.41 into Sunday's races.

It marks the second straight mammoth Pick Six carryover into a Sunday program at Santa Anita. Last week, when the carryover was $732,097, fans wagered an additional $2,240,313 on Sunday for a total purse of $2,972,410. There were three winning tickets worth over $661,000 apiece.

There were no winning tickets Saturday.

Held on races four through nine, the Pick Six began with a knockout punch. Bartok's Beau, a first-time starter ridden by Scotty Ziesing and trained by Jorge Gutierrez, beat Annie N Me by a nose and paid $85. It was Ziesing's first win at Santa Anita.

The coup de grace came in race six as Punchullah, another debutante, rallied from far back to win at $36 for jockey Martin Pedroza and trainer Bruce Headley.

The rest of the Pick Six races were relatively formful. An exception was the $150,000 La Puente Stakes as even-money favorite Singletary lost by a nose to Steelaninch ($10.60), a photo finish that may have knocked out the few remaining live tickets in the Pick Six.

There were 72 tickets with five winners worth $2,546.20 apiece.

Sunday's Pick Six is on races four through nine. The third race is the $150,000 Providencia Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at 1 1/8 miles on turf.

First post is 12:30 p.m.