Updated on 09/17/2011 10:14AM

Santa Anita carryover reaches $732,097


ARCADIA, Calif. - Buddy Gil, the 6-1 winner of Saturday's Santa Anita Derby, helped create a pick six carryover of $732,097 for Sunday's nine-race program.

The amount is believed to be the highest one-day carryover in the history of the popular bet. The pool was $1.3 million on Saturday after Santa Anita guaranteed a minimum pool of $1 million for the Santa Anita Derby program.

No favorites were successful during Saturday's pick six races, making the sequence nearly impossible for bettors.

Sunday's pick six covers the fourth through ninth race, which includes three turf races and three races on the main track.

The first leg is an optional claimer over about 6 1/2 furlongs on turf for 3-year-old fillies. Devious Impact is the 2-1 favorite, but Dash For Money (5-2) and Sharpbill (3-1) will be well-backed.

There are nine entrants in the fifth race, a starter allowance over six furlongs for 3-year-old fillies. Golden KK, who was stakes-placed last summer at Del Mar, makes her second start of the year and is 8-5 on the morning line.

In the sixth race, the entry of Maneuverable and Symbolic Times are 9-5. Symbolic Times has been second or third in his last four races, while Maneuverable was fifth in his debut on Feb. 15 after a poor start.

The competition includes Bullistic, a troubled third in his debut in a sprint on March 5; and Grinding it Out, who was second in a maiden race on a wet-fast track on March 15.

Sunday's feature race is the seventh, a $150,000 Arcadia Handicap over 1 1/8 miles on turf. Ballingarry, a major stakes winner in France and Canada last year, is a deserving 8-5 favorite, but Gondolieri (6-1), Harrisand (4-1) and Sunday Break (8-1) are contenders. Sunday Break is making his turf debut and is adding blinkers.

General Jack risks his two-race winning streak in the eighth, an allowance race over 1 1-16 for older horses. Trained by John Shirreffs, General Jack was an impressive winner against California-breds on March 9. He faces only five opponents, including recent maiden winners Ide Rather and Weatherman.

The final race is run over a mile for turf maidens. The race drew the largest field of the day, 12 runners. Trainer Laura de Seroux starts the entry of Casual Thunder and Swadeshi, who are 5-2 on the morning-line.

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