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$198,609 Santa Anita Pick 6 Carryover – Feb. 27

Sunday’s Santa Anita Park Recap – Feb. 23

The fast main track seemed to play fair (2 wire jobs – 6f, 8f). The 8f turf route was nabbed by a patient type in a compact field, and the two downhill sprints yielded a wire job and a stalk and pounce winner (turf rail at 8 feet).

Drayden VanDyke and Joe Talamo both booted home a pair. John Sadler saddled the late double.

Using the Budget Ticket-Big Ticket strategy on Sunday, I tabbed one Budget Ticket winner (Presiding Justice) and two Big Ticket winners (Presiding Justice, Indygo Andy). Not a handicapping clinic to say the least. I guess I bounced after nailing the Pick 6 on Saturday. Carryover into Thursday!

Santa Anita Park

Photo by Eclipse Sportswire

Thursday’s Santa Anita Park Pick 6 Tickets ($198,609 Carryover)

Degree of Difficulty: Competitive (7/10)   

Possible Singles: Divine Way (8th race)

Best Bet: Readyforhercloseup (5th race)  

Live Longshot: County Lineman (7th race)    

Jarrod Horak’s Santa Anita Park Pick 6 Tickets  – Thursday, Febraury 27, 2014

Race 3 – MSW, 8T
A – #2 Arctic Code, #3 Zackos My Man
B – #1 This Cat’s Awesome
C – #6 Sudden Rumor

Race 4 – Clm-10k, 8f
A – #2 Londinium, #7 Change of Plan
B- #6 Anabaa Premium
C – #5 Newfound Gold, #1 Tuckers Point

Race 5 – Clm-25k, 8T
A – #5 Readyforhercloseup, #8 Love Tale
Today’s featured Santa Anita Park play at HorseRacingNation.com

Race 6 – MSW, 8.5f
A – #1 Dreamy Blues, #5 Thisonesforricky
B – #6 Sheza Dish
C – #4 Onna Bugeisha

Race 7 – Clm-75k, 8T
A – #3 Stoney Fleece, #7 Magic Channel
B – #4 El Commodore
C – #1 County Lineman

Race 8 – Mcl-30k, 6f
A – #5 Divine Way
B – #8 New Nature
C – #3 Majestic Gem, #2 Very Thankful

Thursday’s Late Pick 4 Tickets:

.50 cent Pick Four 5/1-4-5-6/1-3-4-7/2-3-5-8 ($32)

.50 cent Pick Four 5-8/1-4-5-6/1-3-4-7/5 ($16)

Thursday Pick 6 Tickets

Note that the Standard Ticket shows how much it would cost if you used all of the contenders on one ticket. The multiple Primary/Secondary ticket strategy saves money and allows you to put your strong handicapping opinions to the test.

Fans have asked me to mix up the ticket strategies on Pick 6 blog. In addition to my regular Primary-Secondary ticket strategy, I will incorporate DRF’s Ticketmaker A-B-C strategy, and the big ticket-budget ticket strategy that I used when I started this blog in 2009.

Today, I have posted Pick 6 tickets below using the Primary/Secondary strategy:

Ticketmaker 1







Ticketmaker 2





  1. raj

    February 27, 2014 at 11:37 pm

    Please let me know about this.
    I purchased few pick4 tickets today for santa anita.
    in the 7th race No 7 was late scratch.
    other 3 legs i have winners.
    is my ticket winning one?

    • admin

      February 28, 2014 at 2:09 am

      Unfortunately, your Pick 4 ticket is not a winner. If your horse scratches in one of the Pick 4 legs at Santa Anita, you get the post time favorite. Same rule applies to the Pick 6. The winning Pick 4 numbers for Thursday: Race 5 (#2,#3,#5,#6,#8), Race 6 (#4), Race 7 (#1), Race 8 (#5). In race 5, post time favorite #6 Lilly’s Perfect won. In the 5th race, #2, #3, #5, and #8 scratched, so if you used any of those, you received post time favorite and ultimate winner, #6 Lilly’s Perfect.

      As for your situation, after #7 scratched in race 7, you received post time favorite #6 Batti Man, and he finished 2nd. Batti Man needed to win for you to cash.

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