Gulfstream Today

Gulfstream Today

07/26/2014

Super Hi 5 and Rainbow 6 Continue to Grow
 
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Gulfstream Park's 11-race program Sunday will have a $50,000 guaranteed Rainbow 6 jackpot as well as a $13,068.98 Super Hi 5 carryover.
 
There was one live ticket on the 20-cent Rainbow 6 going into the last race with the No. 10 Slicka, but the race was won by the 7-2 shot Sarava Star. The Super Hi 5 carried over when the 40-1 longshot Joropo finished second in the last race.
 
Post time for Sunday's card begins at 1:15 p.m. There will also be live simulcasts from Saratoga, Del Mar, Arlington, Woodbine and Monmouth, where Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Untapable takes on the boys in the $1 million William Hill Haskell.
 
Who's Hot: Jockey Ramsey Zimmerman, who rode two winners Friday, rode three more Saturday. He won the first race aboard Racetrack Romeo ($4), the third on Katie's Kiss ($9.40) and the sixth aboard La Hija de Olga ($9.40). Jockey Jose Alvarez had a pair of winners in Revere's Ride ($11.40) in the eighth and Sarava Star ($9). 
 
Note: Three jockeys escaped injury Saturday in the seventh race. The incident occurred when jockey Juan Leyva was thrown from his mount, Party Boy Floyd. Along with Leyva, Ramsey Zimmerman and Jean Vallellanes were also unseated, but all walked away from the incident. Semper Kurry and Sequestrate got up from the incident while Party Boy Floyd was vanned off. 
 
Leyva returned to the jock's room with bruises under his eyes caused by his goggles. "Somebody hit me when I went down because I felt something hit me right in the back after I fell, but I'm OK," Leyva said.
 
Leyva took off his mount in the eighth race but returned to ride in the ninth.
 
Rainbow 6 Carryover: $50,000
 
Super Hi 5 Carryover: $13,068.98