09/09/2008 11:00PM

Two-day Fairplex carryover hits $138K


POMONA, Calif. - A small pick six carryover that was not hit Wednesday at Fairplex Park has generated a big carryover Thursday at Fairplex, where bettors will shoot for a two-day jackpot of $138,014.

It might be just what Fairplex needs to energize the Los Angeles County Fair race meet. After two days of puzzling pick six sequences, the Thursday card looks manageable, starting in the first leg of the pick six.

Race 5 is a maiden-claiming sprint for 2-year-olds; Warren’s Tony R. is the tepid 2-1 favorite on the track morning line based on his third-place finish last out at Del Mar.

Race 6 includes one of the day’s shortest prices. Peace Prospect is favored at 7-5 even though he has failed to hit the board in eight starts. His speed figures tower over the field in the $20,000 maiden-claiming sprint however, and leading rider Martin Pedroza is up.

Race 7 is a $6,250 claiming sprint; Pedroza rides 8-5 favorite Blaze It.

Race 8 is a maiden-claiming sprint for California-bred 2-year-old fillies, and Fastcar to Freedom is the 9-5 favorite based on successive runner-up finishes at Del Mar.

Race 9 is a wide-open allowance sprint for older horses bred in California. One Chin Again is favored at 3-1.

Race 10 favorite Legacy North is 6-5 in a split of the eighth race for 2-year-old fillies. If she is not as good as she looks on paper, second-time starter Not So Good and first-time starter Don’t Tell Sandi are viable alternatives.

Complete past performances for the Fairplex Park pick six carryover, in addition to a complete handicapping analysis, are available for purchase on this website.