A compulsory payment of the 20-cent Rainbow 6 carryover prize swimming pool is set up for Sunday’s program at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla.

The carryover prize swimming pool heading into Sunday’s Rainbow 6 betting will be $873,676.33. The swimming pool is anticipated to swell to around $5 million at the close of wagering Sunday.

The popular multi-race wager went unsolved Saturday for the 10th straight racing day because a fortunate gambler broke the prize for $712,824.06 Feb. 22. Numerous tickets with all 6 winners were each worth $487.16 Saturday.

Nicoletti, Courtney Handicap Rainbow 6

Sunday’s Rainbow 6 series, which will cover Races 6-11, started by a wide-open $16,000 maiden declaring race with a complete field of older fillies and mares. In Race 7, Free to Fly, who will seek her third-straight triumph, figures to be a popular ‘single’ in the six-furlong $6,250 declaring race for older fillies and mares. Race 8, a five-furlong dash for $16,000 declaring fillies and mares on grass will likely present a much sterner test for handicappers.

A 6 1/2- furlong optional declaring allowance for older fillies and mares in Race 9 will kick of the 2nd half of the Rainbow 6 series. Bimini, who was declaring out of a third-place surface behind Free to Fly last time out, will make her very first start for strong off-the-claim fitness instructor Gilberto Zerpa.

A complete field of older horses will complete in Race 10, a five-furlong optional declaring allowance on grass. Brendan Walsh-trained Lontano and Wesley Ward-trained Zanno, both of whom are coming off triumphes versus state-breds, will deal with open business in the very same entry-level condition Sunday.

The Rainbow 6 series will be concluded by a six-furlong maiden unique weight race for 3-year-olds including newbie beginners trained by Chad Brown, Expense Mott, Brad Cox, Saffie Joseph Jr., and Ian Wilkes.

The Rainbow 6 carryover prize is normally just paid when there is a single distinct ticket offered with all 6 winners. On days when there is no distinct ticket, 70 percent of that day’s swimming pool normally returns to those gamblers holding tickets with the most winners, while 30 percent is rollovered to the prize swimming pool. Nevertheless, on mandatory-payout days, the whole swimming pool is paid to the gambler or gamblers with the most winners in the six-race series.

WHO’S HOT: Jose Ortiz had the hat technique, winning 2 of Gulfstream’s 3 stakes races. Ortiz won aboard A Little bit of Both ($ 8.80) in the Captiva Island and Farsighted ($ 12.20) in the The Any Limitation. He likewise won Race 2 with Dream Buddy ($ 4). Miguel Vasquez doubled aboard Sensational Princess ($ 8.80) in Race 1 and Easy Stride ($ 12.80) in Race 7. Paco Lopez doubled aboard Ournationonparade ($ 4.80) in Race 3 and Lavi ($ 4.80) in Race 5.


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