The Gulfstream Park West meet will resume on Friday with a Super Hi-5 carryover of $24,382.83 on the first race and with a new pool in the Rainbow 6.
First post on Friday is 12:35 p.m. for the ten-race card. The Rainbow 6 will start on the fifth race, with an unseeded pool.
On Sunday, the most recent race day, there were no winners of the Super Hi-5 on the last three races. The Super Hi-5 requires picking the first five finishers in correct order, with no consolation payoffs such as four of five. It is a $1 minimum bet.
Also on Sunday, there was just one winning ticket on the Rainbow 6. It paid $141,853.12 on the 20-cent only bet.
That jackpot payoff included a carryover of $67,077 that had built up over eight race days—when there were multiple tickets with the winners of all Rainbow 6 races.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be the last three days of the GP West meet. It is held at Calder in Miami Gardens under a lease agreement with meet operator Gulfstream Park.
Sunday will be a mandatory payout of the Rainbow 6 pool, including any carryover, regardless of the number of tickets with all six winning horses.
At meets run by Gulfstream, there is a 20 percent takeout on each day’s new Rainbow 6bet.
On non-mandatory payoff days, when there are multiple winning tickets Gulfstream divides 56 percent of the day’s bets among the winning tickets and adds 24 percent to the carryover.