In addition, in the 60-Minute Six, no one correctly selected all winners in that wager, providing a carryover into next Saturday’s 60-Minute Six.
Monmouth’s Saturday Pick 5 got underway in the fifth race with Most Distinguished ($5.60). Fleet Appeal ($6.20) won the sixth as Travolta ($21.40) took the seventh. Fagedaboudit Sal ($80.40) lit up the tote board in the eighth race, the Bob Harding Stakes, just before Truth Rules ($35.80) sprung the upset in the Long Branch Stakes. Four out of five winners returned $422.60 for the 50-cent wager.
Saturday’s late Pick 4 at Monmouth combined Travolta, Fagedaboudit Sal and Truth Rules with Bold Survivor ($5.20) in the finale. Three out of four returned $198.90 for $1.
The carryover of $21,483 will be added to the pool for Sunday’s early Pick 4, which starts with race two.
The 60-Minute Six, which combines races at Monmouth Park, Belmont Park, Delaware Park and Philadelphia Park, also had the top prize go unclaimed as no one correctly selected all six winners.
The 60-Minute Six started with Belmont’s sixth race when Senor Musician ($13.60) came home on top. Travolta took the second leg as Proud Spell ($2.60) captured the third leg, race eight from Delaware. The wager continued at Philly Park, as Gran Cesare ($8.60) won the fourth leg and Fagedaboudit Sal captured the penultimate race in the bet. Rain Date ($4.80) completed the 60-Minute Six. Five out of six winners paid $702 for $1.
A carryover of $67,440 awaits players for next Saturday’s 60-Minute Six, a wager that will be offered every Saturday through Aug. 30.