For Immediate Release
Contact: Jim Miller (708) 780-3700
Sunday at Hawthorne
STICKNEY, IL – A Saturday night full of upsets at Hawthorne
has led to a Sunday card that will have some sort of carryover covering the
entire 10 race card. First post on
Sunday at Hawthorne is 7:10 PM Central as a fast track is expected.
carryover of the evening is the biggest at Hawthorne as race one will be the
start of the Pick 5 wager. Despite a
carryover going into Saturday’s Hawthorne card, nobody was able to select all
five winners on a ticket, leading to a $29,791 carryover into Sunday’s
action. Through Hawthorne’s partnership
with the United States Trotting Association’s Strategic Wagering Program, a
$100,000 guaranteed pool will be put up for Sunday’s Pick 5. Free past performances are available now at www.USTrotting.com. The Pick 5 at Hawthorne has a 15% takeout
rate and is a $.50 minimum bet.
three on Sunday starts the early Pick 4 wager.
That pool also had no winners Saturday, leading to a $3,053 carryover. The Pick 4 also has a 15% takeout race and is
a $.50 minimum wager.
starts the $2 Pick 6 which carries nearly $1,000 into its pool Sunday. Race 7 Sunday starts the Late Pick 4
wager. Saturday also saw nobody catch
this wager, as $10,477 carries into tonight’s card. A $40,000 guaranteed pool has been put in
place for the Late Pick 4 with past performances for this sequence also
available for free at www.USTrotting.com.
Race 10 has the Jackpot High 5. A
multi-day carryover in this wager has grown to $14,511. A single winning ticket takes the pool in the
Jackpot High 5.
Hawthorne Race Course, Chicago’s Hometown Track, returned
for live harness racing on Saturday, February 15 and races through Sunday,
September 20. Post time nightly is 7:10
PM. Fall thoroughbreds close out the
year, running from October 2 through December 26. For more information, visit www.Hawthorneracecourse.com or
contact Hawthorne at 708-780-3700.