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Jaramillo, Barboza Jr., De La Cerda Arindel Win Summer Meet Titles

Oct 1, 2018
Live Racing Resumes Wednesday at Gulfstream Park West
Rainbow 6 Mandatory Payout Marks Summer Meet End

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Jockey Emisael Jaramillo, trainers Victor Barboza Jr. and Armando De La Cerda, and owner Arindel were honored at Gulfstream Park Sunday on closing day of the Summer Meet.
Jaramillo topped the jockey standings with 64 winners. The 41-year-old veteran, who was the winningest rider in Venezuela history before moving to South Florida in 2015, has ridden 671 winners in North America. Jaramillo won the 2017 Gulfstream Park West title.
Barboza Jr. and De La Cerda tied for first in the trainer’s race after De La Cerda saddled Cool Mover ($3) for a victory in Sunday’s sixth race. Barboza Jr., who finished in a three way tie for the Spring Meet Title with Oscar Gonzalez and Todd Pletcher, also captured the 2017 Summer Meet title.
Arindel, which captured Saturday’s $400,000 My Dear Girl with Cookie Dough, repeated as Summer Meet leading owner with 13 winners and $1 million in purse earnings. Arindel also topped the Spring Meet standings.
Live racing resumes Wednesday at Gulfstream Park West. First-race post time is set for 1:15 p.m.
Gulfstream Park West’s Fall Turf Festival will be highlighted by the Sunshine Millions Preview program on Nov. 10, when eight stakes for Florida-bred horses will be contested for purses of $75,000. The $75,000 Showing Up for 3-year-olds and the $75,000 Cellars Shiraz for 3-year-old fillies will both be run at a mile on turf Nov. 3.
The 2018-2019 Championship Meet at Gulfstream Park will get under way Dec. 1.
Rainbow 6 Mandatory Payout Marks Summer Meet End
Closing Day of the Summer Meet at Gulfstream Park Sunday was marked by a mandatory payout of the 20-cent Rainbow 6.

Betting on the popular multi-race wager Sunday started with a carryover jackpot of $137,215, generating an additional handle of $807,047.
Multiple tickets with all six winners in the six-race sequence that spanned Races 6-11 were each worth $71.31.
The Rainbow 6 had gone unsolved for eighth straight racing days after the pop multi-race wager was hit Sept. 15 for a $244,778.08 jackpot payoff.

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 will start anew on the Wednesday’s opening-day program at Gulfstream West with a six-race sequence that will span Races 3-8 including an optional claiming allowance in Race 7. Eddie Plesa Jr.-trained Apostle, a 3-year-old son of Medaglia d’Oro who was purchased for $900,000 at the 2017 OBS March sale, came off a sixth-month layoff to break his maiden at a mile at Gulfstream Aug. 23 in his third lifetime start. Edgard Zayas has the return mount.

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