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Saturday Carryovers Galore at Meadowlands

With a string of high-priced winners on the opening day card of Thoroughbred racing at the Meadowlands, carryovers in the Pick 4, Pick 5 and Pick 6 will await handicappers on Saturday’s live card.

 

The Place Pick 6 requires a winning ticket to select the first or second-place finisher in every race on the card.  On Friday, a winning combination would have included:

 

                                Race 1:  Raging Lion $6, $3.60; Battle Call $29.40

                                Race 2:  Porvoo $9.60, $5.60; Celtic Blessing $11.80

                                Race 3:  E. J. Little Boy $16.40, $6.80; USMC Semper Fi $4.20

                                Race 4:  Car Thief $6, $3.80; Fufty Too $7.80

                                Race 5:  Northwood Bully $101.60, $38.40; Alke John $6

                                Race 6:  Neva Masquerade $74.80,$22.20;No Attraction $5.80

               

On Friday, four of six winners was worth $6.90 with a carryover of $1,040.11 into Saturday’s Pick 6.

 

The Pick 5, which comprises races two through six, paid $14.50 on three of five winners.  The carryover into Saturday’s Pick 5 is $2,222.60.

 

The Pick 4, races three through six, paid $190.70 for three of four, creating a $6,295.02 carryover.

 

All three bets are a 50 cent base wager with a takeout rate of just 15%.

 

Saturday’s Big M card gets underway at 2:15 p.m., with gates opening at 11 a.m.  All-turf Thoroughbred racing is offered on Fridays and Saturdays through Nov. 3.

           

 

 

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