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Santa Anita: Two-day pick six carryover of $230,199 on Saturday
ARCADIA, Calif. – There is a two-day carryover of $230,199 for Saturday’s pick six at Santa Anita.
Friday began with a carryover of $43,180. The absence of a winning favorite in Friday’s pick six races assured the carryover.
Saturday’s pick six covers the fourth through ninth races on a program that begins at 1 p.m. Pacific.
As of Friday morning, there were no early scratches in Saturday’s pick six. The pick six races feature fields of 9, 8, 10, 9, 10, and 10 horses. The eighth race is the $100,000 California Flag Handicap for statebreds on the hillside turf course. Strong Wind and Ain’t No Other are the leading contenders.
In unrelated news, I see that there is a 1/2 hour show on great moments of the BC. Horses like Cigar, Sunday Silence, etc. all these horses that WON on BC day. Then they mention Zennottas BC "runs'. Get over it..... The horse raced just 2 times on dirt, winning one and losing one. She never beat G1 horses on dort, no matter how close she came. Zennotta was a synthetic specialist and that is all. Had she caught a field that went 1:12 on BC day, she would nave never caught the field at all. That whole career was a nib crock of s***. Beating the same weak girls over and over and over.
on april 23, 2013 i hit the pick 6 with a 4.00 ticket. wheeeeeeee! ..(i only had 6 dollars left to wager acct so went cheap uno just incase i had a 10 cent superfecta i could wheel later...lol (love those bets! ) Oh, and i had less than 6 minutes to handicap all six races and place my bet? i know i'm getting better at this right? my point is TMI is just that, TMI and it is overwhelming and lets just face it ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!!! MY EXERIENCE is if i spend too much time handicapping im confusing myself and not seeing the obvious. hence i wager too much on too many choices, and thats so frustrating that i not only lost ALOT OF MONEY but wasted a whole afternoon juggling stats. AND my confidence gets compromised, and thats the worst..so i like a quick scan, and i make the most inexpensive educated bet, THE ROI'S feel soooooo much better and your confidence shoots through the roof... Eeeenie, Meeeeeenie Miney moe works too.....good luck and happy wagering!
My advice is dont play it if you dont have a large ticket.ive hit it with 50-100 3 times.6000. 15000 and drum roll dddddddd 140.00 at churchill ,yes one hundred forty dollars.not 1400. I think its very hittable @ ggf or smaller circuits for small hits but unless youre loaded or have some great inside info the public doesnt have you better have some buddies pooling in with youfor a sizeable ticket or youre playing lotto better play your bankroll in pick 5s,4s, and superfectas
Horse racing has become all about the "pic six" Horse's win or lose just to create a carryover. Horse's with no form at all win time and time again. It has come time were you have to play horses that really represent no solid handicapping principles in order to win. Over time when I play horses with solid credentials they lose. Horses with questionable form win inorder to promote exorbitant carryovers
I haven't seen a Santa Anita meet with as many horses with poor form winning in a long time. I like to play long shots but this is ridiculous.
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