The Super Hi-5 was hit in Gulfstream's first race, and it paid $190.80 for a $1 bet.
There will be a new Super Hi-5 pool,with no carryover, in the second race.
In the first race, the 6-5 favorite Esken Lady took the lead coming out of the turn and pulled away to win by 6 1/4 lengths over the 9-5 second choice Solfatara.
Order of finish: First - 1 Esken Lady
Second -- 2 Solfatara
Third -- 4 Sheer Chance
Fourth = 7 Sweet Irish Rose
Fifth -- 3 My Song Venezuelan
There was a
carryover of $6,637.59 because in Thursday's last two race there were no Super Hi-5 tickets with the first five finishers in correct order.
Bettors wagered $40,831 on the Super Hi5--a typical amount on a race with an overnight carryover.
The race was one mile on turf for fillies and mares three-years-old and up, with a $6,250 claiming price.
Esken Lady won in 1:35.17, a fast time for that claiming level. There were no claims out of the race.
Lane Luzzi rode Esken Lady, who is trained by Saffie Joseph Jr.