Lifelong Dreamer, at 5-2, won Wednesday's third race at Gulfstream to start the Rainbow 6,
Lifelong Dreamer ran five furlongs on dirt in 59.59 seconds in the five-furlong maiden claiming race for 2-year-olds. Rosebud's High finished second followed by Da Meister. The track is listed as fast.
John Cruz rode the gelding Lifelong Dreamer, who made his first career start. Wesley Ward is the breeder, owner and trainer of Lifelong Dreamer.
Bettors added $48,987 to the Rainbow 6. The carryover coming in was $88,254.
The seventh race feature is six furlongs on dirt for fillies and mares 3-YO and up. It is a $16,000 optional claimer with a $43,000 purse.
Crowning Affair and Ad Lutem, both saddled by spting meet leading trainer Ralph Nicks, are likely favorites in the eight-horse field.