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Sundays Rainbow 6 Carryover $1.9 Million

Jan 13, 2018
Multiple Tickets Saturday Returning $104,447
Irish War Cry Breezes Half Mile 

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park’s 20-cent Rainbow 6 will have a carryover Sunday of $1,980,363.70 when racing resumes with a noon post time.

Multiple tickets with all six winners Saturday returned $104,447.20.

The carryover jackpot going into Saturday’s six-race sequence was $1,801,310. Bettors wagered in additional $746,249 into the pool Saturday.

The carryover jackpot is only paid out 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. 

There will also be a Super Hi 5 carryover Sunday of $3,250.51.

Irish War Cry Breezes Half Mile 

Isabelle de Tomaso’s multiple Grade 2-winning homebred Irish War Cry breezed a half-mile in 48.80 seconds Saturday morning at Palm Meadows, Gulfstream Park’s satellite training facility in Palm Beach County.

It was the third work for Irish War Cry since his arrival in South Florida last month. Saturday’s time ranked 26th of 47 horses at the distance and left trainer Graham Motion pleased with the 4-year-old colt’s development.

Motion is pointing to either the $100,000 Hal’s Hope (G3) Feb. 24 or the $300,000 

Gulfstream Park Mile (G2) March 31, both one-turn miles at Gulfstream. The latter is one of seven stakes on the $1 million Florida Derby (G1) Day program.

“He worked great this morning,” Motion said. “I don’t know if we’ll make the race here in February but he’ll definitely make the race on [Florida] Derby day. He’s coming along pretty quick. We’re excited about him.”

Irish War Cry has not raced since finishing eighth in the Pennsylvania Derby (G1) Sept. 23. He won the Holy Bull (G2) last February at Gulfstream and the Wood Memorial (G2) at Aqueduct, and was second in the Belmont Stakes (G1).

“I just gave him time. He didn’t have an issue,” Motion said. “I think he had a hard season, and I didn’t feel like running him in the Breeders’ Cup off his last race so I thought freshening him up would do him good. All that family has gotten good from 3 to 4 so it was kind of on my mind. Had he won the Pennsylvania Derby or something, then it might have been a different story but I think he needed a break. He was ready.”

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