In the Rainbow 6, there were no tickets with the winners of all six races. Tickets with five winners received $7,922.20 on the 20 cent per combination-only bet.
Gulfstream added $16,161 to the carryover--growing it to $185,954 for Thursday's nine-race card that has first post of 1:15 p.m.
On the late Pick 5, a 50 cent bet with all five winners paid $18,163.60.
On Thursday, Gulfstream's fourth race will have a carryover of $15,529.80. That race has eight entrants, and is the day's first race that could have seven or more starters and thus offer the Super Hi-5. Thursday's first, second and third races all have just six entrants.
It is a $1 minimum bet that requires picking the first five finishers in correct order. There are no consolation payoffs, such as four-of-five. If no tickets have the full correct order, the pool rolls over to the next eligible race.
On Wednesday, there were no winning Super Hi-5 tickets in either of the last two races.
Post a Comment
Please post your comment to our blog. It will be moderated and approved in a timely manner, then posted. Thanks for reading !
HorseRacing FLA staff