Friday, July 20, 2018

Gulfstream Park: 2:00 Post Time Friday

Gulfstream Park will host 10 races Friday, under the usual balmy, humid weather in South Florida. Conditions are fast and firm as of Friday morning.
First Post is 2:00 PM under the twilight racing schedule. Last race is 6:30 PM, leaving patrons time for dinner and then the entertainment in the central walking ring.

The popular rainbow 6 jackpot is now $350,661 after 10 winners each won $7,414 on Thursday's wagers. Just one
race spoiled the fun Friday as Princess Knoll at 13:1 edged the favorite to win race 6. That led to the nice payout.

Race 5 kicks off the rainbow 6 at approx. 4:00 PM. Sixty horses are entered in that sequence, expected to be
whittled down due to scratches no doubt. The sole 2 year-old race is race 3. It's a maiden claiming race.

There are no carryovers on the Super High 5, Pick-4 and Pick-5 races Friday.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Gulfstream's Early 2:00 PM Post Today; Carryovers

Sunday's results: The growing Rainbow 6 jackpot was not hit, so $318,885 is the new jackpot today.  30 winners Sunday each received $3,275. 

The highest odds winner was the 7th race at 12:1, a two year-old race.

We've noticed two-year old races starting to appear on the Rainbow 6  card, making it more difficult to handicap. There are 61 starters in the six races scheduled Thursday. 

Race 4 is a 2 year-old race.

The Super Hi-5, and late pick-4 and pick-5 have no carryovers today. The Super Hi-5 should be on race 1 unless there are scratches.

Race 4 starts the Rainbow 6 wagering at 3:34 PM Eastern time.

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Sunday Action at Gulfstream Park

Gulfstream Park's Sunday action starts at a 12:45 PM post time, with 12 races scheduled.

Saturday's results: The growing Rainbow 6 jackpot was not hit, so $276,725 is the new jackpot today. On Saturday, 33 winners each received $3,623.

The highest odds winner was 11:1 in the 9th race.

The Super Hi-5, and late pick-4 and pick-5 have no carryovers today. The Super Hi-5 should be on race 1 unless there are scratches. Eight horses are entered as of this morning.


The seventh race starts the Rainbow 6 at 3:52 PM Eastern time.


Good Luck.

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Carried Over Super Hi-5 Pays $21,351.90 at Gulfstream

The  carried-over Super Hi-5 was hit in the first race at Gulfstream Park on Sunday and it paid $21,351.90 for the minimum $1 bet.

There apparently was just one winning ticket.


The carryover coming in was $8,551.  Bettors added $16,368, on which there was an 18 percent takeout. Doing the math indicates there was one winning ticket.

The race was a $35,000 maiden claimer for  2-year-olds at about  7 1/2 furlongs on turf.

The 8-5 favorite Garbar Boy (3) won it by  a half length over Majestic Luna (5) at 8-1. The  order of  finish was 3 5 6 7 2.

Jeffrey Sanchez rode Garbar Boy for trainer Armando  De La Cerda.  The winning time on the course listed as firm was 1:34.01