Gulfstream Park Rainbow 6 Guaranteed $400,000 Jackpot - Horse Racing News |  Paulick Report

Gulfstream Park Rainbow 6 Guaranteed $400,000 Jackpot – Horse Racing News | Paulick Report


Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Florida.

The 20-cent Rainbow 6 gross jackpot will be guaranteed at $400,000 for Saturday’s FTBOA Florida Sire Stakes program at Gulfstream Park.

The popular multi-race bet has been unresolved for 11 race days since a lucky bettor hit the jackpot for a $118,521 win on Friday July 8.

Saturday’s Rainbow 6 streak will cover Races 6-11, including the $100,000 FSS Desert Vixen for fillies in Race 8 and the $100,000 FSS Dr. Fager in Race 10.

Trust Me, trained by David Fawkes, an impressive first special-weight winner against open company, is ranked as the morning line’s 5-2 favorite for the Desert Vixen, the first of two stakes for the 2-year-old spawned by accredited stallions standing in Florida. The Big Best daughter will face Lynx, trained by Carlos David, a Brethren daughter who beat Trust Me to win on her debut, and Go Lil Lady, trained by Michael Yates, a Cajun Breeze daughter who retired to win. its beginnings by 7 ΒΌ lengths.

Coach Kathleen O’Connell will saddle This Run’s for You for six-stage Dr Fager looking for his 13e career Florida Sire Stakes victory. This Run’s for You is the 2-1 morning favorite in a field of 10 fillies, including Turbo trained by Juan Alvarado and Knox trained by Saffie Joseph Jr., a pair of Brethren sons out of Arindel who are both making debuts impressive victories.

The Rainbow 6 jackpot is paid out when there is only one unique ticket sold with all six winners. On days when there is no single ticket, 70% of that day’s pool goes to bettors who hold the tickets with the most winners, while 30% goes to the jackpot pool.

Dr. Fager will be included in Saturday’s $2,500 Six Pix, a free handicap contest for XB Rewards members. The disabled are challenged to pick the winners of the final three races (races 9-11) at Gulfstream Park and the final three winners (races 10-12) at Saratoga Racecourse. The Saratoga Derby (G1), a 1 3/16 mile turf stake carded as Race 11 in Saratoga, drew a field of 11 3-year-olds.

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