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Rainbow 6 Carryover Grows to Over 768.7k for Thursday

Nov 13, 2019
Horses Arriving Wednesday from Mexico for Clásico del Caribe

MIAMI GARDENS, FL – No single bettor solved the 20-cent Rainbow 6 for the 31st consecutive racing day Wednesday at Gulfstream Park West, growing the carryover jackpot to $768,774.24 for Thursday’s eight-race card.

First race post time is 1:20 p.m.

Multiple tickets with all six winners Wednesday were each worth $4,250.98

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 payoff Sept. 27 after going unsolved for 47 consecutive racing days.

Thursday’s Rainbow 6 covers Races 3-8 highlighted by a $39,000 optional claimer going a mile on the turf in Race 6 which attracted a field of nine Florida-breds led by 9-5 program favorite Mozzo Bello.

Horses Arriving Wednesday from Mexico for Clásico del Caribe

Three contenders for the $300,000 Clásico del Caribe were among 14 horses arriving from Mexico Wednesday to compete in the Clásico Internacional del Caribe Sunday, Dec. 8 at Gulfstream Park.

El Santo, Lopecitos and Thibaut are all expected to run in the 1 1/8-mile Clásico del Caribe for 3-year-olds, the richest of five stakes worth $690,000 in purses on the Clásico Internacional del Caribe program.

This will be the third consecutive year that Gulfstream has served as host for the Clásico Internacional del Caribe, remaining the only pari-mutuel facility outside Latin America and the Caribbean to host the event since its inception in 1966.

Notes: Jockeys Paco Lopez and Jairo Rendon alternated winning Wednesday’s first four races. Lopez took Race 1 with Frank’s Legacy ($2.80) and Race 3 on Babie Monster ($16.60) while Rendon was first on Itsmyluckyknight ($6) in Race 2 and Captain Ron ($6) in Race 4.



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