First race at Del Mar Wednesday is 2:00 p.m. (PDT).
Three longshot winners on Monday at Del Mar helped create a carryover of $134,179 for Wednesday's pick six at the Southern California track.Brisote paid $49.60 in the first leg of Monday's pick six – the track's third race on the day – and was followed by longshot winners Wild and Icy ($39.40) in the third leg of the wager and Waingarth ($40.80) in the feature race.Monday's consolation pick six returned $1085 for four of six correct from a pool of $240,146.In the feature, Waingarth rallied from last place in a field of seven to win the $100,000 Real Good Deal Stakes by a half-length. Ridden by Tyler Baze and carrying 114 pounds, Waingarth covered seven furlongs in 1:22.28. Waingarth, a winner of only one of five starts previously, earned $60,000 for the victory.A field of five is entered in Wednesday's feature, the $150,000 Best Pal Stakes (gr. III) for 2-year-olds. A Bob Baffert-trained horse has won the 6 1/2-furlong race two out of the last three years and he has an excellent shot again this year when he sends out 40 percent of the field. The Baffert-trained Thoroughbred Corp. entry of Officer and Ecstatic is the 4-5 morning-line favorite. Metatron (5-2), trained by Jerry Hollendorfer; Godolphin's Essence of Dubai (3-1); and Aaron and Marie Jones' Werblin (5-1) complete the field.Baffert won the Best Pal with Flame Thrower last year and Worldly Manner in 1998. Another Baffert trainee, Captain Steve, finished third in 1999.