02/12/2017 9:12PM

Santa Anita: One lucky bettor collects $148,205 in pick six

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ARCADIA, Calif. - One winning ticket in Sunday’s pick six at Santa Anita was worth $148,205, a payoff that included the single ticket provision of the $2 bet.

Gianis ($69) won the ninth race, an $8,000 claimer for fillies and mares. Gianis was the only horse in the field of nine that could have produced a single ticket payoff.

If any of the others had won, there would be a carryover into Thursday in the single ticket pool.

Track officials said the winning ticket was purchased for $256 at a racebook location in Laughlin, Nev.

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The Sunday program began with a carryover of $33,967 in the single ticket provision.

Consolation tickets with five winners paid $147.20 on Sunday.

The first five winners of Sunday’s pick six races were Iliad ($6), Miss Sunset ($14), Selcourt ($3.60), Aura Rose ($3.80), and Flamingo Lane ($4.40).

With the addition of the single ticket provision at the winter-spring meeting that began in late December, 70 percent of the net pool is dedicated to tickets with six winners, or into a carryover; 15 percent is paid to consolation tickets; and 15 percent is paid to a single ticketholder, or into a carryover pool until there is a single winning ticket, or a mandatory payout day.