The Super High Five, new to Del Mar this summer, calls for bettors to select the first five finishers in exact order in the day's last race.
Kiamika, winless in six starts, went postward as the fourth longest outsider in the field of ten maidens traveling a mile and one-sixteenth over Del Mar's Polytrack surface.
The four-year-old son of With Approval is owned by Goldie Stables and Ye and trained by Edward R. Freeman.
Monday's Super High Five featured a two-day carryover of $155,430 and the total pool, including the carryover, was $511, 681, with $356, 251 wagered Monday.
With no perfect tickets in the Pick Six Monday, a carryover of $111,821 will be available for Wednesday's eight-race program at Del Mar.
In Monday's feature, a 6 1/2 furlong sprint for older California-bred fillies and mares, 3-5 favored Quisisana and jockey Corey Nakatani scored by almost two lengths in 1:16.26, returning $3.20. Veils de Fleur, a 50-1 longshot, was second, with Unusual Heather third in a field of eleven. Quisisana is owned by Ran Jan Racing, Inc. and trained by Mike Puype.
Monday's attendance was 6,912.