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Richard the Great was Great in Saturday’s Trinniberg Handicap; Sunday’s Rainbow 6 Carryover Jackpot Climbs to $113,306

Aug 12, 2017
Sunday’s Rainbow 6 Carryover Jackpot Climbs to $113,306
Multiple-Stakes Winner Josdesanimaux Set for Sunday’s Panama City

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Arindel’s Richard the Great sizzled his way to a 7 ½-length triumph in Saturday’s $50,000 Trinniberg Handicap at Gulfstream Park, continuing to realize the potential he showed early in his career.

The Stanley Gold-trained 5-year-old son of Distorted Humor broke on top and sped away from his rivals to complete the seven-furlong distance in a brilliant 1:21.06 under Emisael Jaramillo.

The Arindel homebred ($8.60) was making his fifth start for Gold in his comeback from a 15-month layoff while notching his second straight triumph. The Florida-bred, who won his first two career starts by open lengths as a 2-year-old before going off form, set fractions of 23.20 seconds, 45.50 and 1:08.53 on his way to a final clocking that was .49 off the track record set by Clearly Now [120.17] April 1.

“I didn’t give [Jaramillo] any instructions. I train; he rides,” Gold said. “At first I wasn’t happy he was in front because I thought, ‘Oh, no. He isn’t going to finish.’ But he had a snug hold on him and took a hold of him. He let him go when they came at him. When he drew away from them I knew it was over.”

Indian Guide picked up second money, finishing 1 ¾ lengths ahead of Dream Saturday. French Quarter, the 9-5 favorite who finished a half-length behind Richard the Great last time out, finished fourth after making a brief challenge on the turn into the homestretch.

The victory aboard Richard the Great was the third of the day for Jaramillo, who also won aboard Shakakan ($10.20) in the fifth and Renaisance Frolic ($7) in the ninth.
Sunday’s Rainbow 6 Carryover Jackpot Climbs to $113,306

The 20-cent Rainbow 6 went unsolved for the 10th consecutive racing day Saturday at Gulfstream Park, leaving a $113,306.69 carryover jackpot for Sunday’s 12-race program.

Multiple tickets with all six winners were each worth $3,689.38.

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 sold, 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.

The popular multi-race wager was last solved July 27 for a $436,076.38 jackpot.

The Rainbow 6 will span Races 7-12, including the $50,000 Panama City 

Handicap in Race 10, Palm Beach Racing Partnership’s Josdesanimaux, who raced in graded stakes in her last two starts, tops a strong field of eight fillies and mares in the mile turf event. The Ralph Nicks-trained multiple-stakes winner finished fourth in the Honey Fox (G2) at Gulfstream April 1 before finishing off the board in the Intercontinental (G3) at Belmont June 8. The 5-year-old daughter of Leroidesanimaux has won four of seven races over the Gulfstream turf course, including victories in the Jewel $150,000 Jewel Princess and the 2016 Panama City. Luca Panici has the mount.

Stakes-winner Pancake is scheduled to make her second start off a seven-month layoff for Arindel and trainer Stanley Gold after having to be checked sharply while finishing sixth in the Treasure Coast July 15. Emisael Jaramillo has the mount

Majestic Maiara, Just Jill, Imperial Secret, My Girl Corey, Bonita and Bitacora round out the field. Winning for Sarah is a main-track-only entrant.

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