From the NYRA Media Team:

The Pick 6 for Thursday, December 30 will be bolstered by a $49,302 carryover as the multi-race wager went unsolved on Sunday at Aqueduct.

The $1 Pick 6 returned $1,166 to bettors who selected 5-of-6 winners correctly.
Sunday’s Pick 6 sequence kicked off in Race 4 when Jorge Vargas, Jr. engineered a winning trip aboard the Michelle Giangiulio-trained Alpine Queen [No. 7, $9.40], to earn a second victory in eight starts for a $25,000 tag.
Reigning Chick [No. 12, $34.40] made her career debut a winning one at seven furlongs in Race 5, going wire-to-wire under Kendrick Carmouche for trainer Orlando Noda.
The shortest price in the sequence took place in Race 6, when Maiden Beauty [No. 5, $5.00] earned her eighth career win in 34 lifetime starts. Carmouche piloted the daughter of Revolutionary for trainer Robert Falcone, Jr.
Carmouche completed a hat trick when guiding Michael Dubb’s Chateau [No. 6, $5.20] to victory in the $100,000 Gravesend [Race 7] for trainer Rob Atras. The son of Flat Out earned his first triumph since capturing the Grade 3 Tom Fool in March at the Big A.
Forewarned [No. 9, $86], owned and trained by Uriah St. Lewis, lit up the tote board with a late-rallying victory under Dexter Haddock, to capture the $125,000 Queens County [Race 8].
With only three horses covered in the Pick 6 to close out the sequence in Race 9, Sandro the Great [No. 5, $23.80] defeated his New York-bred counterparts for a $40,000 tag, earning his first victory in 11 lifetime starts. Patrick Quick saddled the Gallagher’s Stud homebred, who was ridden by Benjamin Hernandez.
The Pick 6 will return on Thursday, December 30 when live racing resumes at the Big A following the Holiday break.
America’s Day at the Races will present daily coverage and analysis of the winter meet at Aqueduct Racetrack on the networks of FOX Sports. For the complete broadcast schedule, visit https://www.nyra.com/aqueduct/racing/tv-schedule.