Gulfstream Park's Saturday card is underway, with conditions listed s Fast and Firm.
As on every race day since March 13, Gulfstream is racing without spectators as it attempts to comply with govenment-issued guidances on not having large gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
This is the third day of the spring meet.
There is a caryover of $93,239 on the Rainbow 6.
The 20-cents per combination bet is on races seven to twelve, with the sequence scheduled to start at 3:47 p.m.
The feature 11th race is a $75,000 optional claimer with a $46,000 purse at seven furlongs on dirt for 3-year-olds. Scheduled post is 5:52 p.m.
Likely favorites in the eight-horse field are I'' Fght Dempsey, trained by Todd Pletcher. and Sonneman, trained by Mark Hening.
Both were maiden winners in their latest start.
I'll Fight Dempsey wired a ten-horse field at six furlongs on dirt in his career debut at Gulfstream on Feb. 29. Luis Saez has the mount, taking over for John Velazquez who is not at Gulfstream today.
Sonneman rallied from eighth place, in a 12-horse field, after a half mile and won at one mile on dirt at Belmont Park last Oct. 5. Joel Rosario will ride, taking the mount from Jose Lezcano who is not at Gulfstrea today.