In its first race on Sunday, Gulfstream Park will have a carryover of $4,666 on its Super Hi-5.
Gulfstream also will have a carryover of $53,523.12 on the
Rainbow 6, on races six to eleven.
First post is 1:15 p.m. for the 11-race card.
There is a carryover on the Super HI-5 because in Saturday’s 12th and final race there were no tickets with the first five finishers in correct order. There are no consolation payoffs, such as four of five places, in the Super Hi-5.
Thus the entire pool goes into Sunday. It is $1 minimum bet with an 18 percent takeout and is offered on all races with seven or more starters.
Sunday’s first race is a $30,000 claimer at one mile on turf for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up.
Overnight carryovers usually attract the biggest bets on the Super Hi-5 because of the extra time available for handicapping.
For example, this past Thursday there was a carryover of $5,237.30 going into the first race. Bettors wagered $31,804 on the Super Hi-5 in that race.
The Rainbow 6 is a 20-cent-only per combinaton bet.
Saturday was the seventh straight day without the jackpot-payoff requirement of just one ticket with the winners of all six Rainbow 6 races.
There were 40 tickets with all six winners, and each received $818.46.
The carryover coming into Saturday was $39,478. Bettors wagered an additional $58,531 on the Rainbow 6.
Per its formula on days with multiple winning tickets, Gulfstream took out 20 percent of the day's bet. It divided 56 percent of the bet among the seven winners and added 24 percent, $13,845, to the carryover.