Del Mar Pick 6 Carryover – August 14th
- Updated: August 13, 2009
The Friday Pick 6 has a carryover of $91, 470. Analysis is below, and the suggested ticket is at the bottom of the post. No need for A-B-C format due to a pair of singles.
Projected Pool: $500k
Degree of Difficulty: On a scale of 1 to 10, the Friday Pick 6 rates a 6.
Possible Singles: Public Image (5th race), Brushburn (8th race)
Jarrod Horak’s Del Mar Pick 6 analysis – Friday, August 14, 2009
Del Mar Race 4 (OC-62.5/2x, 3up, 5T) #7 Dancing in Silks (3-1) was 4th behind Georgie Boy when last seen in Sunshine Millions Sprint. Gaines 19% with this type of layoff runner, and he sports a local bullet for this. #4 Details R Sketchy (5-1) is also a Carla Gaines returnee, and he sports a local turf bullet. Gomez strings along. #5 Slam Slew (6-1) earned strong speed rating in wire job turf sprint tally on May 23rd. #6 Mr. Rod (5-2) won both turf starts last year, including Grade 3 Generous. Speedy colt also sports a local bullet off the layoff.
Del Mar Race 5 (Clm-20k, 4up, 6f) #1 Public Image (5-2) confidently scurries up the ladder following an above par $12k Hollywood tally on the 4th of July. #2 Satellite (6-1) earned quality speed rating against easier foes on June 21st, and show finisher came back to score. New barn 0-8 first off the claim. Big players can toss him in as a backup, but I will take my chances with the inside speed.
Del Mar Race 6 (Mcl-40k, CA-bred 2yo, 5.5f) #6 Sammy’s a Runnin’ (7-2) ran well in tagged debut under today’s pilot Tyler Baze. No threat versus special weight company here last time. #4 Cat Calloway (9-2) missed by a 1/2 length from post 10 here last out. Gomez sticks with the improving sort. #7 Alpine Warrior (8-1) owns a decent win early sprint pedigree, and barn is a profitable 15% debut maiden claiming. #8 Ministerfrommiami (5-1) finished okay 4th in Hollywood bow. Rosario/Sadler 26% together, and this one can improve 2nd time out.
Del Mar Race 7 (Str-Alw, f&m 3up, 8.5T) #3 Coatcheck Girl (8-1) owns the best turf route Tomlinson in the field, and she could turn out to be a nice claim by Avila. Local 3f blowout bullet makes her the one to catch. Earned best last race fig in Polytrack sprint show finish. #8 Cinnamon Dove (4-1) failed to fire in productive MSW turf bow at the Gulf. Smartly earned diploma on synthetic 2nd time out, and she made a move before flattening out in 1st start versus winners last time. Rider upgrade to Gomez and deserves another chance on sod based on pedigree. #6 Super Sophie (3-1) broke maiden here in US bow at a flat mile on synthetic. Finished 3rd of 15 in overseas turf sprint bow. Barn 25% synthetic/turf.
Del Mar Race 8 (Real Good Deal, CA-bred 3yo, 7f) #5 Brushburn (7-2) looked good in local flat mile optional claiming win last time, and place finisher came back to score. 2-time local winner gets pace to chase, and seven panels seems right. Strong local work since his last, and he’s out of hot sire Unusual Heat.
Del Mar Race 9 (Mcl-32k, f&m 3up, 7f) #6 Feed A Fever (3-1) earned best last race speed rating versus special weight company. Barn 28% with 2nd timers and 38% with this type of dropper. #12 Sure Tiz (7-2) dons the hood, turns back, and gets in light with hustling apprentice off the claim. #13 Aldora (4-1) hit the board in both synthetic sprint starts, including place finish here on Aug 2nd.
Friday (8-14-09) Pick Six Ticket:
$2 Pick Six 4-5-6-7/1/4-6-7-8/3-6-8/5/6-12-13 ($288)