When Gulfstream Park resumes racing on Thursday, its first race will have a carryover of $10,396 on its Rolling Super Hi-5.
Bettors have three days to handicap that race, and based on recent patterns it could attract between $30,000 and $50,000 in new Super Hi-5 bets.
The Thursday card has nine races, with first post of 1:15 p.m.
Gulfstream also will have a carryover of $49,813 on the Rainbow 6. It will be on races four through nine. It is a 20 cent-only per combination bet that requires picking the winners of the day’s last six races.
The first race is a $12,500 maiden claimer at one mile on turf for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up. It has a $15,000 purse and eight entrants.
The race has a Super Hi-5 carryover because there were no winning tickets on the bet in any of Sunday’s last four races.
It is a $1 minimum bet with no consolation payouts such as four-of-five. If there are no winning tickets, the race’s Super Hi-5 pool (minus 17 percent takeout) and any carryover roll over to the next race with seven or more starters.
Barring two or more scratches, the first race Thursday will be the next with the Super Hi-5.