Golden Gate Fields: 30-1 Maiden Winner Sparks Late Pick 5 Carryover Of $32,360 For Friday Card

Last Sunday, 30-1 maiden winner Tolonisito helped propel a $32,360 Late Pick 5 carryover into Friday’s 9-race program at Golden Gate Fields. Track officials expect the new-money pool to soar well into the six figures.

The Late Pick 5, a 50-cent minimum bet, begins in Race 5 and ends in the final race of the day, Race 9. The lineup of races features a pair of allowance events and attracts 42 entrants, equating to 8.4 horses per race.

Post time for the first leg of the Late Pick 5 sequence is 2:43 PM PT. In the fifth race, grass routers voyage one mile and a sixteenth on projected firm going.

Race 6, the second leg of the Late Pick 5, is for hard-knocking filly and mare sprinters.

Race 7 is a competitive heat, with Lagatha inheriting the status as the 3-1 morning line favorite in a field of 10.

Turf sprinters dash five furlongs in the co-featured eighth race, another allowance event, and the well-bred Silver Claim looks to extend his unbeaten record in Northern California to 5 wins from 5 starts for leading conditioner Jonathan Wong.

The last leg of the sequence, Race 9, is a wide-open affair to end the day. The 7-2 morning line favorite is Awesome Dude, ridden by leading jockey Pedro Terrero.

Friday’s program also features two additional carryovers: a Rolling Super High Five carryover of $11,583 scheduled for the first race, and a Golden Pick 6 jackpot carryover of $16,928 beginning in Race 4. First post on Friday is 12:45 PM.

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