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Two-day Pick 6 carryover of $165K set for Friday at Belmont Park

by Najja Thompson



The Pick 6 went unsolved for a second straight day on the Independence Day card at Belmont Park, resulting in a $165,301.72 carryover into Friday.

Thursday's Pick 6 sequence kicked off with Woodslane Farm’s Lunaire taking an optional-claiming allowance in Race 4, returning $19.20 for a $2 win wager. Green Light Go followed in Race 5 impressively, breaking his maiden in his debut for conditioner Jimmy Jerkens and owner Stronach Stables and paying $15.20.

Jockey Manny Franco took control of the sequence in Race 6 as Bellamy Knows [$14.20] reigned victorious for trainer Michelle Nevin and owners Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons Racing, Togabred Racing, and CWVII Stables.

In Race 7, Irad Ortiz Jr. piloted post-time favorite Mr. Massena [$8.60] to victory with a strong late-closing kick down the stretch. In Race 8, the $100,000 Manila for 3-year-olds at a mile on the Widener turf, Live Oak Plantation’s Win Win Win made a success debut on grass for conditioner Mike Trombetta and rider Julian Pimentel. He returned $10.20.

 In the final leg of the sequence, post-time favorite Peggy Sue extended away late, drawing off late as the Eddie Barker trainee captured the finale, paying $4.30.

 A consolation payout of $1,685 was awarded to bettors who had five-of-six winners in the Pick 6.

 Live racing resumes Friday at Belmont with a nine-race card. First post time is at 1:30 p.m., with the Pick 6 beginning in Race 4 with a 3:08 p.m. post time and will include the featured Grade 3, $150,000 Victory Ride in the penultimate leg of the sequence.


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The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) today announced adjustments to weekday post times for the portion of the upcoming fall meet that will be run at Belmont Park. Beginning on Friday, September 6, weekday live racing will feature a first post time of 3 p.m. to ensure the continuity of racing operations in light of the construction of a new arena at Belmont Park for the National Hockey League's New York Islanders.