Monday, January 25, 2016

Vaccarezza Wins Two at Gulfstream, Triggering Big Carryovers

Longshots trained by Carlo Vaccarezza won Sunday's last two races at Gulfstream Park, setting up large carryovers in three exotic bets when racing resumes Wednesday at the Hallandale Beach  track.

Vaccarezza's winners were Little Baltar at 38-1 in the tenth race and Little Big Girl at  36-1 in the 11th and final race.

As a result, there were no wining tickets on any of these three bets. Gulfstream made consolation payoffs on the Rainbow 6 and Late Pick-5.

Here are the carryovers:

*Rainbow 6  -- $174,033; requires picking  winners of the last six races

*Late Pick 5 -- $88,264, requires picking winners of last five races  

* Super Hi-5 -- $6,992.44; on each race requires picking first five finishers in order.

On Wednesday morning we will  have an explanation of the bets and an  analysis  of the race card.

Little Baltar won an allowance/optional claiming race at 7 1/2 furlongs on turf. There was an eight-horse field.

John Velazquez rode Little Baltar.

The 4-year-old gelding is owned by Priscilla Vacarezza, Carlo's wife, and by J and J Stables.

Little Big Girl won a 7 1/2 furlong turf race for maiden 3-year-old filllies. Jockey Feargal Lynch rode her in a 12-horse field.

Carlo Vaccarezza also owns Little Big Girl.

Vaccarezza also had a winner at Gulfstream on Friday with Little Gianna who won a maiden claiming race  as the even money favorite.

Little Gianna is owned by Little Dreams  Racing, of which Vaccarezza is managing partner.

As a trainer he has four wins, one second place finish and a third place finish at the Gulfstream championship meet that began on Dec. 5.


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