The carried-over Super Hi-5 was hit in Gulfstream's second race on Friday, and it paid $337.50 on the minimum $1 bet.
The 6-5 favorite Sweet Madea won the race--a $12,500 claiming event at one mile on dirt for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up. Roraima, at 12-1, finished second in the seven-horse field.
The order of finish was 2-5-7-4-6.
The carryover coming in was $1,927. Bettors added $16,773 to the Rainbow 6 pool.
The third race has just six entrants, one less than the minimum number of seven starters needed for Gulfstream to offer the Super Hi-5.
The fourth race has eight entrants. Barring any late scratches, it will be the start of a new Super Hi-5 pool.