Pick 6 Carryover of $31K Into Sunday’s Program at Aqueduct

November 5, 2022

OZONE PARK, N.Y.— Sunday’s 10-race card at Aqueduct Racetrack will be bolstered by a Pick 6 carryover of $31,820.44 after the multi-race wager went unsolved on Saturday.

The $1 Pick 6 returned $10,606.50 for bettors who selected 5-of-6 winners correctly.

The sequence kicked off in Race 5 as the Michelle Nevin-trained Toga Dancer [No. 5, $42.60] was elevated to victory in a state-bred maiden claimer with Romero Maragh in the irons. The upsets continued into the next two legs as Lost in Rome [No. 6, $35.40] was guided to a $25,000 claiming victory by Heman Harkie for trainer William Younghans in Race 6, one race before Jorge Abreu trainee Moonage Daydream [No. 1, 30.60] took the co-featured $120,000 Stewart Manor under Reylu Gutierrez.

Race 8 saw American Gentleman [No. 1A, $12.40] get the best of his entrymate to score a first-level allowance score for conditioner Gustavo Rodriguez and give jockey Kendrick Carmouche his second win of the day.

Agent Creed [No. 4, $11.80] landed a state-bred allowance victory in Race 9 with Jorge Vargas, Jr. up for trainer Ray Handal. And with the Pick 6 carryover already guaranteed, Timbuktu [No. 2, $6.20] closed out the sequence in Race 10 with a $30,000 claiming score to provide Manny Franco with his third win of the day. Trained by Brad Cox, the son of Munnings earned his second lifetime win.

Sunday’s Pick 6 will begin in Race 5 at 1:46 p.m. Eastern, and features the Grade 3 Nashua in Race 9. First post is 11:50 a.m.

America’s Day at the Races will present live coverage and analysis of the Aqueduct fall meet on the networks of FOX Sports. For the broadcast schedule and channel finder, visit https://www.nyra.com/aqueduct/racing/tv-schedule.

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