Aided by longshot victories in the opening and closing legs, the Pick 6 went unsolved for a third straight day, resulting in a triple carryover of more than a half-million dollars into Wednesday's card at Belmont Park.
Sunday's Pick 6 started when Mark Hennig trainee Concerned won her debut, returning $9.10 on a $2 win wager.
In the second leg, Kid Is Frosty bested a field of seven to win the $150,000 New York Station Stakes Series Cupecoy's Joy in Race 5. The son of Frost Giant paid $14.80 to win.
The following leg saw an even bigger price cross the wire first, as Listentoyourheart [$34.00] made her career debut a winning one for trainer Christophe Clement.
The only favorite in the Pick 6 sequence to win came via Endorsed's victory in Race 7, as he paid $4.80 to win in emerging from an eight-month layoff in style.
Rinaldi became a maiden no more in the $150,000 NYSSS Spectacular Bid in Race 8, returning $23.20 for the stakes victory for trainer H. James Bond.
Securing the triple carryover was 28-1 longshot Cat Lady Steph, who won her career debut over the inner turf and rewarded bettors by returning $58.00 and securing a carryover of $500,310.78.
A consolation payout of $21,502 was awarded to bettors who had five of six winners in the Pick 6. Bettors who hit the NYRA Bets Late Pick 5 were awarded $71,445.
Live racing resumes on Wednesday with a 1:30 p.m. Eastern first post for the eight-race card. The Pick 6 will commence with Race 3 with an approximate post time of 2:38 p.m.
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