Gulfstream Park will host eight races on Thursday, with first post at 1:05 p.m, and continue the race week through Sunday.
There are no stakes races slated for Thursday.
Two carryovers will be on the card however. The Rainbow 6, at $59,139. The 20 cents per combination-only bet is on races three to eight, with the sequence scheduled to start at 2:11 p.m.
Gulfstream is guaranteeing that Thursday's Rainbow 6 will have a $100,000
gross pool of the entire coming in carryover plus all of the days Rainbow 6 bets - to be paid if there is just one ticket with the winners
of all six Rainbow 6 races.
If there are multiple tickets with all six winning horses, Gulfstream will take out 20 percent. It will then divide 56 percent among tickets with six winners and add 24 percent to the carryover.
On the last race day, Sunday, there were 27 Rainbow 6 winners, each paid $1,870.16 on the 20-cent bet. Forty-seven starters entered the gates for that wager, while the high-odds winner was 4.2:1 in the 8th race. All three turf races were moved to the All-Weather surface Sunday.
The Super Hi-5 wager carryover is $3,754, and is available as a wager in the first race with 7 or more starters.
Betting on the Rainbow 6 Sunday was $92,800, while total all-sources track handle was $5.31 million.