One Winning Canadian Ticket Pays $605,997.20 In Friday’s 20 Cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot At Santa AnitaARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 21, 2020)–Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot produced a life-changing score on Friday, as one lucky ticket had number three, Best Chance in the day’s eighth and final race and was thus worth $605,997. Best Chance, who was ridden by leading man Joel Rosario, got home on top by 1 ¾ lengths and returned $9.00 to win.The single winning ticket was purchased for $2,048 (Canadian) via a Woodbine Race Course wagering hub, based in Toronto.With a carryover of $366,953 from Monday, there was $114,710 in new money wagered today, creating a total pool of $481,663 U.S., which translates to $605,997.20 in Canadian money.The winning numbers and win payoffs in today’s Rainbow Six, beginning in race three were: R3, (4) $46.00, R4 (5) $13.40, R5 (6) $54.20, R6 (3) $10.00, R7 (4) $15.60 and R8 (3) $9.00.Racing resumes with a nine-race program on Saturday, with first post time at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
Gordon Ryan Competition Kit Bizzy Was Sneaking Needles Into The Toilet For GSP Fight Which is More Dangerous – MMA or Football? Standard Ranked Rashguard Standard BJJ Gi Top Contenders for Fight of the Year Latest From Our Partners “I don’t hope for anything less than a knockout, but it’s not easy on Hendo. He’s putting his hands on him, buddy. If he didn’t have this (reach) advantage things would be much simpler, even because he has many flaws on his defensive system. But there’s no unbeatable reach you can’t win with patience and calm. We’re having him doing sparrings with guys the same size as Jones so that Dan get used to it. It’s important not to rush things and want to punch him right away. We have to cut well the octagon, putting pressure but not rushing into things. We have to try to make the octagon small, leaving no space out for Jones to escape Henderson. We have to use a lot of flow, combine kicks, move the head and work on the reach.”– The confidence runs high with Dan Henderson’s boxing coach, Gustavo Pugliesi, who tells Tatame that the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight will indeed “put his hands” on the current 205-pound champion, Jon Jones, when the two meet at the recently-announced UFC 151 on Sept. 1, 2012. “Bones,” who is aiming for his fourth consecutive title defense in 12 months, will definitely have his hands full with the wily veteran. The title fight will be Henderson’s third chance at capturing UFC gold. The former PRIDE Welterweight and Middleweight champion came up short against Quinton Jackson at UFC 75 in a 205-pound title unification match, followed by his loss to Anderson Silva in their 185-pound title fight six months later. In a bout that embodies youth versus experience, Jones will most likely be on the lookout for the former Olympian’s dangerous right hand, which has put the hurt on veterans such as Fedor Emelianenko, Rafael Cavalcante, Michael Bisping and Wanderlei Silva, among others. Jones, who has taking a few licks from the likes of Lyoto Machida and most recently Rashad Evans has proven he can take a shot, but will an “H-Bomb” be too much for him to handle? Remember: It’s a game of inches. Sale Good Night Tee Amanda Nunes’ Biggest Threat? Midnight Mania! Trump Family In The ‘Chaos’ Corner? Greatest Highlights of Anderson Silva’s Career Dan Henderson rocks Fedor Emelianenko at Strikeforce: “Fedor vs. Henderson” on July 30, 2011. Latest From MMA Warehouse Lockdown duffle bag Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future After UFC Retirement Lights. Out. Gloves Apparel Nightmare Matchup for UFC’s Biggest Stars ProMax 440 BJJ GI More From Accessories More: There’s UFC Heavyweights, And Then There’s Shaq Fight Motion! Watch Holloway, Cyborg Do Work Via Ghost Cam King Ryan Longsleeve Shirt Timeline of Israel Adesanya’s Rapid Rise to UFC Contender MMAmania.com