ARCADIA, Calif. (March 12, 2011)—With Argenine-bred Miss Match providing the biggest win mutuel, ($92.40) in the 74-year history of the Grade I Santa Margarita Stakes, Saturday’s Pick Six became an illusion to all, resulting in a carryover of $134,092 into Sunday. It’s expected the total pool on Sunday could exceed $1 million.

The Santa Margarita, run as race six, was the second leg in the Pick Six.

Race five got the popular wager off to a longshot beginning, as Cloud Man paid $29.00 to win. The Ann and Jerry Moss homebred gelding is trained by John Shirreffs.

Saturday’s seventh was won by the Mike Mitchell-trained Rule the Storm, who paid $9.00 with Rafael Bejarano up. The 6-year-old mare is owned by Nick Alexander and Mitchell.

The Grade II, $250,000 San Felipe Stakes for 3-year-olds went as the eighth race and was won by trainer Myung Kwon Cho’s homebred Premier Pegasus, who paid $16.60 to win. He was ridden by Alonso Quinonez.

The ninth race went to Irish-bred Andina, who paid $6.20. Owned by Arnold Zetcher, the Ben Cecil trainee was ridden by Rafael Bejarano.

Saturday’s 10th race went to 4-5 favorite Gallatin’s Run, who paid $3.80 to win. Ridden by Joel Rosario and owned by Jim Rome’s Jungle Racing, LLC or Little Red Feather Racing.

First post time on Sunday is 12:30 p.m. The Pick Six will cover races four through nine.