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Winning Santa Anita Pick 6 Ticket Cost $768

Santa Anita’s single winning Pick Six ticket yesterday after a two-day carryover ballooned the pool to $1,723,706 paid $1,093,518, purchased off track for $768 through Xpressbet.

It could have cost considerably less, if the right two numbers were played.

Trainer Barry Abrams pointed out that the winning ticket could have been bought for $128 merely by playing the numbers two and seven in each of the six legs.

No. 2 (Cook Inlet, $7.40) won the third race, No. 7 (Lord Kitra, $14.80) won the fourth, No. 7 (Summers Dignity, $44.80) took the fifth, No. 2 (Legal Separation, $32.80) won the sixth, No. 7 (Peppy Bolly, $9) took the seventh and No. 7 (Copper Bay, $7.40) captured the finale.

 

 

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I rather play $3000 + And feel safer

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