The 6-5 favorite Sonaheir won Wednesday's first race at Gulfstream, leading an order of finish that produced a $416.00 payoff on $1 bet on the Super Hi-5.
There was a $32,146 carryover because no tickets had the correct order for the first five finishers in Sunday's last two races.
With two days to handicap, bettors poured $234,801 into the Super Hi-5 pool. While precise data is not readily available, that could be the most on the Super Hi-5 at Gulfstream during the spring meet.
The race was a $10,000 maiden claimer at 5 1/2 furlongs on dirt for 3-year-olds and up.
Sonaheir caught Key the Storm in the final half furlong and won by two lengths on the track listed as fast. Sonaheir was clocked in 1:04.99 with Tyler Gaffalione riding for trainer Ralph Nicks.
Order of finish (odds in parentheses):
5 -- Sonaheir (6-5)
4 -- Key the Storm (5-2)
8 -- Morenazo (9-2)
6 -- Gunther Brothers (20-1)
2 -- Templer Glory (12-1)
- Jim Freer