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Gulfstream Will Have Three Carryovers Thursday; Gaffalione Returns To Riding

Jul 12, 2015

Carryovers on Rainbow 6, Pick 5 and Super Hi 5

Gaffalione Returns To Riding
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Thursday’s 20-cent Rainbow 6 carryover jackpot pool at Gulfstream Park will be $109,932.562 after the popular multi-race wager went unsolved for the seventh consecutive racing day Sunday. There will also be carryovers in the Pick 5 and Super Hi 5.
First-time starter Formal Summation eliminated a vast majority of Rainbow 6 bettors when he notched a front-running victory at 70-1 odds in the seventh race. Only 14 tickets included the winners of the first three legs of the six-race sequence following Formal Summation’s $152.60 shocker. After Cracking Good Pins’ $19.80 score in the eighth, there were no tickets alive with the first four winners heading into the final two legs.
Multiple tickets with five out of six winners were each worth $22,754.54
The Rainbow 6 carryover jackpot is paid out only when there is a single unique ticket sold with all six winners. On days when there is no unique ticket, 70 percent of that day’s pool goes back to those bettors holding tickets with the most winners, while 30 percent is carried over to the jackpot pool.
No one bought a ticket with all five winners in 50-cent Pick 5 wagering Sunday, resulting in a carryover pool of $36,226.74 heading into Thursday’s nine-race program.  Four of Five winners paid $808.45.
The Rainbow 6 will span Races 4-9, while the Pick 5 will span Races 5-9.
There will also be a two-day Super Hi-5 Carryover of $17,741.30 Thursday
Gaffalione Returns To Riding
Jockey Tyler Gaffalione, Gulfstream's leading jockey during the spring meet with 69 wins, returned Sunday after taking off his mounts Friday and Saturday. 
Gaffalione, who was thrown from a horse during training hours Friday at Gulfstream Park West and experienced soreness, worked three horses early Sunday morning without incident. He rode nine horses Sunday afternoon.
“I got on a couple of horses this morning for [trainer] Ralph Nicks," Gaffalione said. "I felt pretty good, felt a little body sore, but once I rode a couple of horses I loosened up, got a massage, and I was ready to go."
Gaffalione's agent, Walter Blum Jr. said that Gaffalione was cleared to ride after an MRI and a CAT scan late Friday. Blum said Gaffalione chose to take Saturday off as a precautionary measure.

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