Gulfstream Park will have a carryover of $111,233.84 on its Rainbow 6 on Sunday.
First post is 1:15 p.m. for the 11-race card.
The carryover keeps growing on the Rainbow 6 because Saturday was the ninth straight day without the jackpot/carryover payoff requirement of just one ticket with the winners of all six Rainbow 6 races.
There were seven Rainbow 6 tickets with all six winners. Each received $6,507.22.
The carryover coming in was $92,353.57. Bettors added $78,677 to the pool.
As on other non-jackpot days, Gulfstream took out 20 percent of the new Rainbow 6 bet, divided 56 percent among multiple winning tickets and added 24 percent to the carryover.
There also will be a $3,026.41 Super Hi-5 carryover for Sunday’s first
The overnight carryover gives bettors tine to study. Thus betting on the Super Hi-5 could be in the $30,000 range-- a high numer for that bet.
In Saturday's 12th and last race there were no Super Hi-5 tickets with the first five finishers in correct order. There are no consolation payoffs, and thus the entire pool of the 12th race bet plus the carryover rolled into Sunday,
The first race on Sunday is a $55,000 maiden special weight at five furlongs on turf for Florida-bred two-year-old fillies. There are ten entrants.
The Super Hi-5 is a $1 minimum bet, offered on every Gulfstream race with seven or more starters.
-- Jim Freer
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