Gulfstream Park will have a Rainbow 6 carryover of $21,185 when it resumes thoroughbred racing on Thursday.
First post will be 1:15 p.m. for an eight-race card. The Rainbow 6 will be on races three through eight.
In Thursday’s second race, there will be a carryover of $3,701.06 on the Super Hi-5.
In Monday’s 11th and final race, there were no tickets with the first five finishers in correct order. There are no consolation payoffs in the Super Hi-5, such as the first four places.
So, the full pool rolls into the next race with a possible seven or more starters. Thursday’s first race has just six entrants and the second race has seven entrants.
|In the Rainbow 6, Monday was the third straight race day without the carryover/jackpot payoff requirement of just one ticket with the winners of all six Rainbow 6 races.
On Monday there were 131 tickets with all six winners. Each received $130.36 on the 20-cent only bet.
The carryover coming in was $13,860. Bettors added $30,534 to the pool.
Gulfstream took out 20 percent of the day's Rainbow 6 bet. It divided 56 percent among tickets with six winners and put 24 percent into the carryover.
Monday was one of the chalkiest days in recent memory for winners in the Rainbow 6 and the Late Pick 5.
Betting on the Late Pick 5 was $43,224. Tickets with all five winners paid just $39.20 for the minimum 50 cent bet. The four of five consolation payoff was $1.20.
All winners in Rainbow 6 races were 9-2 or lower, including four favorites at 9-2 or lower.
There were 46 starters in the Rainbow 6 races, for a relatively low average of 7.75 horses per race.
The Rainbow 6 is a 20-cent per combination only bet. Bettors can use multiple horses in each race and thus have multiple combinations.