A Pick 6 carryover of $31,130 will bolster Sunday’s nine-race card after the multi-race wager went unsolved on Friday at Aqueduct Racetrack.
The $1 Pick 6 returned $3,458.50 to those who selected 5-of-6 horses correctly.
The Thursday sequence began in Race 4 with Arabellas Girl [No. 3, $36.80] upsetting a maiden claimer under Samuel Camacho, Jr. for trainer Carlos Martin. In Race 5, the Chad Brown-trained Exxaltress [No. 5, $9] earned a maiden special weight victory with Manny Franco in the irons before Tale of Mist [No. 3, $27.80] took down Race 6 for trainer Randi Persaud to give Camacho, Jr. his second win on the card.
Supreme Aura [No. 1, $12.60] was guided to his seventh career victory in Race 7 by Eric Cancel for trainer George Weaver in a one-turn mile claiming event. Trainer Jeffrey Englehart sent out Runningwscissors [No. 2, $29.20] to a earn a six-furlong claiming win with Andre Worrie aboard in Race 8.
With only one horse covered in the Pick 6 [No. 2. Silver Samurai] to close out the sequence in Race 9, My Last Mission [No. 6, $16] secured the carryover by breaking his maiden sprinting six furlongs against fellow state-breds for trainer Juan Velazquez with Jacqueline Davis up.
Live racing at Aqueduct has been canceled on Saturday due to a winter storm and will resume on Sunday with a nine-race card.
Sunday’s Pick 6 carryover will kick off in Race 4 at 1:48 p.m. Eastern and will include the $100,000 Jimmy Winkfield in Race 8. First post is 12:20 p.m.
America’s Day at the Races will present daily coverage and analysis of the winter meet at Aqueduct Racetrack on the networks of FOX Sports. For the complete broadcast schedule, visit https://www.nyra.com/aqueduct/racing/tv-schedule.
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