Gulfstream Park will have ten races on Sunday, with first post at 12:50 p.m.
The carryover on the Rainbow 6 is $293,509. The 20 cents per combination-only bet is on races five to ten with the sequence scheduled to start at 3:00 p.m. There are no stakes races on the card. Conditions are listed as Fast and Firm.
In Saturday's feature, the 2-1 favorite Renaisance Frolic beat Max K.O. by a nose in the $75,000 Mr. Steele Stakes. Noble Indy finished third by another 1 1/2 lengths. Saffie Joseph Jr. trains those three horses for different owners.
The victory was the 50th for Joseph in Gulfstream's spring/summer meet, where he has a huge lead in trainer wins after 53 days. Mark Casse and Carlos David are tied for second with 18 wins, followed by Antonio Sano with 17.
Mr. Steele Results
Saturday's win was the ninth in 36 career starts and the third stakes victory for Renaisance Frolic. He is a Kentucky-bred six-year old who is a gelded son of Paynter.
With Edgard Zayas riding, Renaisance Frolic won in the fast time of 1:40.87 on the course listed as Firm.
Renaisance Frolic was in fourth place in mid-stretch and then rallied on the outside to edge Max K.O.
Caribu Club, trained by Tom Proctor, finished fourth in the seven-horse field.
Renaisance Frolic paid $6.20, $3.40 and $2.60. Max K.O. paid $5.20 and $3.80. Noble Indy paid $4.60 to show. Those payoffs are for $2 bets.
The 3-9 exacta paid $14.30 on a $1 bet. The 3-9-4 trifecta paid $35.40 on a 50 cent bet. The 10m cent auperfect a 3-9-4-6 paid $36.55.
Sir David Seale owns Renaisance Frolic. On Saturday,
J.C. Diaz rode Max K.O. for Ten Twenty Racing and Cristain Torres rode Noble Indy for Ken Copenhaven.
We will have coverage of Sunday's Gulfstream racing on this blog.
This link to the Equibase Web site has the Gulfstream entries for Sunday--with scratches and other changes. It has click-ons for handicapping material. Some is free. Some, including past performances, is at cost,