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Gulfstream has Loaded 12-Race Sunday Card, $755K Rainbow 6 Carryover

by Gulfstream Park Press Release

June 24, 2018

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – The 20-cent Rainbow 6 carryover jackpot at Gulfstream Park went unsolved for the 25th consecutive racing program Saturday, producing a carryover jackpot of $755,719 for Sunday’s 12-race program (First Post – 12:45 p.m.).

Multiple tickets with six winners Saturday were each worth $5,880.90. 

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. 

Sunday’s Rainbow 6 sequence will span Races 7-12, including the featured $47,000 optional claiming allowance carded as Race 11. Luzmimi Princess, a 3-year-old daughter of Malibu Moon who lost the bob of heads to Florida Fuego at the finish of the $75,000 Liza Jane Stakes June 6, is scheduled to face older fillies and mares for the first time in the seven-furlong sprint.

Catherinethegreat Flashes Florida Sire Stakes Promise

John Oxley’s Catherinethegreat ($4.80) stamped herself as a strong candidate for the FTBOA Florida Sire Stakes series while graduating by 10 ¼ lengths in Saturday’s fourth race at Gulfstream Park.

The Mark Casse-trained 2-year-old filly, who was purchased for $170,000 at the 2017 OBS October sale, ran five furlongs over a sloppy track in 57.83 seconds under jockey Nik Juarez. The Florida-bred filly is a daughter of promising stallion Uncaptured, a multiple graded-stakes winner campaigned by Oxley and Casse.

Catherinethegreat, who finished second in her May 25 debut, pressed the pace set by Lady Dude into the stretch before drawing away to a clear victory.

“That was pretty impressive the way she ran. She’d been training great,” said Allen Hardy, Casse’s assistant trainer who is based at Gulfstream Park for the Spring and Summer Meets for the first time. “When she ran the last time it was a little sloppy and she ran great on it.”

Hardy is an Ocala native who worked as a Marion County, Florida, firefighter before going to work for Casse in 2011.

“I’ve been traveling all over for Mark – New York, California,” said Hardy, whose mother Kimberly Hardy is a former trainer. “Mark’s been great and gave me the opportunity to come down here and run the string. I’m having a good time and having fun.”

Earlier on Saturday’s program, Zipping ($10.60) once again relished the sloppy going to score by a length in the third race, which was transferred from turf to the main track. Bred, owned and trained by Roger Laurin, the Florida-bred 4-year-old son of Adios Charlie chased heavily favored Kroy into the stretch before kicking clear and comfortably holding off Hy Riverside. Kroy, a multiple stakes winner on turf who was favored at 1-2, tired and finished third, another 1 ½ lengths behind.

Ridden by Jose Batista, Zipping ran a mile in 1:36.28 to run his record to third wins in five starts on wet tracks.