Saturday’s Cross Country Pick 5 Returns $9,186.50

Saturday’s Cross Country Pick 5 sequence, featuring races from Belmont Park and Monmouth Park in New Jersey, handled $86,477, returning $9,186.50 for the minimum 50 cent wager.

The multi-race wager began with Xanthique winning a 1 1/16-mile starter allowance on Belmont’s inner turf in Race 7, returning $6.10 on a $2 win bet. Action then shifted to Monmouth for the next three legs, with Monongahela capturing the Grade 3, $150,000 Philip H. Iselin at 1 1/16 miles on the main track in Race 10. The Jason Servis trainee paid $10.60.

In Race 11 at Monmouth, Hunter O’Riley pulled off a longshot win in the Grade 1, $310,000 United Nations contested at 1 3/8 miles on the turf. The 6-year-old Tiz Wonderful gelding paid $30.20.

Pink Sands won the $100,000 Ladies Secret in the fourth leg with a 3 ½-length score in Race 12 at Monmouth, paying $6.40. The Pick 5 concluded at Belmont when Jack the Cat won the 10th-race finale in a six-furlong maiden claimer, paying $12.20.

The minimum bet for the multi-track, multi-race wager is 50 cents, featuring a 15 percent takeout and a mandatory payout of the entire pool. Wagering on the Cross Country Pick 5 is also available on track, on ADW platforms, and at simulcast facilities across the country.

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