01/23/2014 10:02PM

Santa Anita: Pick six pays $75,325 after double carryover

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ARCADIA, Calif. – Thursday’s pick six returned $75,325 on a day in which the amount of new money in the pool reached $2,880,752.

There was a two-day pick six carryover of $419,541 into Thursday from Monday’s program.

The winners of Thursday’s pick six races were Zimmer ($11.20), Gutsy Ruler ($5.80), Awesome Prospect ($29), Only the Gold ($15), Miss Well Molded ($4.60), and Runaway Que ($5.20).

Tickets with five of those winners were worth $544.

Miss Well Molded and Runaway Que were favored, and Gutsy Ruler was the second choice in the betting. Zimmer was the fourth choice, Only the Gold was the fifth choice, while Awesome Prospect was the eighth choice in the betting.

The $1 super high five in the eighth race paid $1,269. The winning combination was 3-8-5-2-1. The bet began with a carryover of $39,491 from Monday. Bettors added $288,266 to the pool Thursday.

Israel Hernandez 7 months ago
Hit 5 of 6, lost on one of my singles. I had the 4 in race 6, the 8 was on my secondary ticket. I must say i am happy with the p/o on 5 of 6 $544. My ticket was $108.00 I only play c/o's. Best part is I had some co-workers chip in to a little something and was able to double what they put in. haha - Lets get more fans into this beautiful sport.
Matt Banchero 7 months ago
U should be sick....if u had the 8 ur $544 would be $75,000
Lefty 7 months ago
Mike Smith won, Corey Nakatani won, I might have won something, but I have a feeling that I would have been at best 4 of 6 today had I played. One of these days I might give it a go. Gino from TVG was funny today, he was complaining loudly about Rafael Bejarano and the ride he gave when Corey won the race. I don't get TVG when handicapping don't care who the jockey is and as for me, I care very much. It really depends, but I give considerable weight to the jockey, trainer, and then the horse. It just depends.
Mike Reinhardt 7 months ago
Lol, and I find I am at my most successful when I go horse, horse again, trainer, and jockey. Different strokes for different folks. I admit, the only time I would leave off a horse that I would otherwise bet is when the jockey is under 8% for the year (or, as in this part of the year, for last year). And I can't recall adding a horse I didn't like just because of a jockey. has it cost me some money? Probably. But I do pretty well, so I'm not changing.
Dan 7 months ago
Anyone notice that right before they were loading in the 3rd they had the pik6 pool over $3mil and then after the race they had it at $2.8 like they list here. How does that happen???
uwgb08 7 months ago
The 2.8 million is the "new" money. That isn't including the 419,000 or so that was already carrying over. Add the two amounts together and you get the total pool. About 3.3 mil
Ian GW 7 months ago
I dunno how 8 dont win last looked like a winner. Made money on the Leo Powell runner. Great Ped for the DST and surface.
Cover2 7 months ago
what ? about 25 tics 6 ?