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Friday’s Rainbow 6 Carryover Jackpot Climbs to 58k

Oct 10, 2019
Video Link: All Star Ticket for Friday’s Stronach 5
Trainer David Fawkes Closes in on 1000-Win Milestone


MIAMI GARDENS, FL – The 20-cent Rainbow 6 has gone unsolved for the first seven programs of Gulfstream Park West’s Fall Turf Festival, producing a carryover jackpot of $58,489.81 for Friday’s program.

Multiple tickets with six winners Thursday were each worth $2,976.60.

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.

The Rainbow 6 was solved at Gulfstream Park for a $2.2 million jackpot after going unsolved for 47 consecutive racing days.

The Rainbow 6 sequence will span Races 3-8 on Friday’s program. As well as anchoring the Rainbow 6, Race 8 will be included in Friday’s Stronach 5 sequence. The six-furlong sprint for $35,000 claiming maidens will be the second leg of the Stronach 5, which will be kicked off by Race 7 from Laurel Park at approximately 4.33 p.m. Santa Anita’s Race 3, Laurel Park’s Race 8 and Santa Anita’s Race 4 will close out the sequence.

The Stronach 5 will have a $100,000 pool guarantee.

All Star Ticket Video Link: Click here to view

Trainer David Fawkes Closes in on 1000-Win Milestone

Trainer David Fawkes closed to within six victories of the 1000-win career milestone at Gulfstream Park West when he saddled Princess Ulele for a victory in Race 1 on Thursday’s program.

A South-Florida mainstay for the past 20 years, Fawkes has trained the winners of 994 races and $35 million in purses.

The 60-year-old Aurora, IL native has saddled multiple graded-stakes winners, most notably Big Drama, who won the 2010 Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) on his way to being honored with an Eclipse Award as the country’s premier sprinter. He also trained Sheer Drama, a half-sister to Big Drama won captured three Grade 1 stakes for fillies and mares in 2015-2016.



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