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Saffie Joseph Jr. Hasn’t Stopped Believing in Collaborate

Jun 23, 2021
Mandatory Rainbow 6 Payout Set for Saturday’s Program

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Trainer Saffie Joseph Jr. still has very high hopes for Three Chimneys Farm and e Five Racing Thoroughbreds’ Collaborate after the 3-year-old son of Into Mischief’s impressive optional claiming allowance score at Gulfstream Park last Sunday.

“I have a lot of belief in this horse. I know it hasn’t shown yet, but hopefully, we’re on the right path,” said Joseph, who reported Wednesday that the striking physical specimen exited his 5 ½-length victory in good order. “I still think he’s the best horse I’ve trained, but I know he hasn’t proved it yet.”

Collaborate, a $600,000 purchase at the 2019 Fasig-Tipton New York Saratoga Select Yearling Sale, will be pointed to a stakes race for his next start – the 1 1/8-mile Curlin July 30 at Saratoga being the most likely target.

The Joseph trainee was so impressive while breaking his maiden by 12 ½ lengths at Gulfstream Feb. 27 that his connections entered him in the March 27 Curlin Florida Derby (G1), in which he finished fifth after a troubled start and a wide trip. Soon after, he underwent a minor throat procedure to open his air passage.

Collaborate returned to action in the 6 ½-furlong Roar Stakes May 15 at Gulfstream, finishing a disappointing third as the 2-5 favorite following a tardy start and wide trip.

“He’s bred to run all day. The trip last time at 6 ½ [furlongs] was a bad decision on my part,” Joseph said. “The reason we cut him back is we thought his air got a little hinderance. I think the procedure worked.”

Collaborate fared much better while stretching out to a mile Sunday. The Kentucky-bred colt broke alertly to closely track the pacesetter while trapped on the rail along the backstretch.  He split horses at the top of the stretch and drew off to a comfortable win under Edgard Zayas.

“He sat there and Edgard was really patient. He was in so tight, but Edgard didn’t panic,” Joseph said. “It was a very professional race. The only way it could critique it is I would have liked to see him open up more, but he wasn’t breathing hard after the race.”

Mandatory Rainbow 6 Payout Set for Saturday’s Program

A mandatory payout of the 20-cent Rainbow 6 pool is scheduled for Saturday’s program at Gulfstream Park.

The popular multi-race wager has gone unsolved for the 13 racing days since a lucky ticketholder broke the jackpot May 29 for a $400,000 payoff.

The Rainbow 6 carryover jackpot is usually 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 usually goes back to those bettors holding tickets with the most winners, while 30 percent is carried over to the jackpot pool. However, on mandatory-payout days, the entire pool is paid out to the bettor or bettors with the most winners in the six-race sequence.

The Rainbow 6 jackpot pool will be guaranteed Friday for $650,000. Should the Rainbow 6 go unsolved, it will open up the possibility of a life-changing payoff for Saturday. Gulfstream’s feature Saturday will be the $75,000 Not Surprising.

An additional Rainbow 6 mandatory payout is scheduled for Wednesday, June 30 on the final program of the fiscal year. A racing program will also be conducted on Thursday, July 1, the first day of the new fiscal year.

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