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Del Mar Closing Day Pick 6 Tickets – September 4

Monday’s Del Mar Recap  – September 2 (5 out of 6)

Polytrack seemed to play fair and yielded one wire job winner at 5.5f. Stalkers and closers nabbed all four turf routes carded.

Martin Garcia, Corey Nakatani, and Joe Talamo each booted home a pair. Doug O’Neill and John Sadler both saddled two winners on the day.

Using the Primary-Secondary Ticket strategy on Monday, I tabbed four Primary winners (Clenor, Life a Riley, Belle of the Fleet, Artic North) and one Secondary winner (Go First). The 5 out of 6 consolation prize returned $134.80 and I had it twice.

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