After being dark on Monday and Tuesday, the Gulfstream Park West meet will resume racing on Wednesday with eight races and first post of 12:00 p.m.
The GP West meet is run at Calder in Miami Gardens, Fla.
The first race will have a carryover of $14,229 on the Super Hi-5. That race is a $46,000 Maiden Special Weight at five furlongs on turf for 2-YO fillies.
Based on betting history at Gulfstream Park-sponsored meets, it is likely that $50,000 or more will be bet on the Super Hi-5.
It requires picking the first five finishers in correct order, with no consolation payoffs such as four of five.
There were no winning Super Hi-5 bets in any of Sunday's last three races that had the bet. GP West has the Super Hi-5 on all races with seven or more starters.
On Wednesday, the Rainbow 6 carryover is $10,744. The 20 cents per combination-only bet is on races three to eight, with the sequence scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m.
This linkhttps://www.equibase.com/static/entry/RaceCardIndexGPW110420USA-EQB.html to the Equibase Web site has the GP West entries for Wednesday, It has click-ons for handicapping material--some free and some at cost.
Watching and Wagering
The GP West meet is closed to spectators and does not have any live betting on site.
At its track in Hallandale Beach, Gulfstream has its north tent area open on GP West race days for simulcast betting on those races and on other tracks that are part of its regular simulcast menu.
Details can be found on Gulfstream's Web sitehttps://www.gulfstreampark.com/ or by calling the track at (954) 454-7000.
Betting on Gulfstream West races may be done on most Advance Deposit Wagering (ADW) Internet and phone services. Many sports books, race tracks and OTB offices have simulcasting on GP West races.
Tampa Bay Downs, Hialeah Park and Pompano Park are among Florida pari-mutuels that carry the GP West simulcast schedule.