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Mandatory Rainbow 6 Payout Yields Multiple Payoffs of Nearly 313.3k

Sep 11, 2021
Sunday’s Rainbow 6 Jackpot Pool Guaranteed at $100,000
Late Pick-5 Carryover of $140,079 for Sunday’s Program
Starship Bonita Back in the Sheer Drama Winner’s Circle
Summering Flaunts Class in North Bay Village   

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – A mandatory payout of the 20-cent Rainbow 6 yielded multiple payoffs of $313,299.84 Saturday at Gulfstream Park.

The Rainbow 6 had gone unsolved for 21 consecutive racing days since a July 31 mandatory payout, producing a jackpot pool of $588,559.89 heading into Saturday’s mandatory payout. The popular multi-race wager generated an additional $3,572,394 in handle Saturday.

There were five ‘singles’ for the Race 12 Rainbow 6 finale, with (1) Unimpeached, (4) Kick in the Gas, (6) Uno Tiger, (7) Converter and (8) Freelance all eligible to crack a multi-million jackpot with a victory.

Race 8 winner Jupiter Blues ($88.90) and Race 11 winner Starship Bonita ($71.80) fueled the healthy payoff.

The Rainbow 6 jackpot pool 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 will start anew on Sunday with a $100,000 jackpot pool guarantee. The popular multi-race wager’s sequence will span Races 6-11.

The Late Pick-5 went unsolved Saturday, leaving a $140,079.77 carryover pool for Sunday’s program. The Late Pick-5 sequence will span Races 7-11.   

Starship Bonita Back in the Sheer Drama Winner’s Circle

Starship Stables and trainer Steve Dwoskin’s Starship Bonita rallied to capture Saturday’s $75,000 Sheer Drama at Gulfstream Park, winning for the first time in 10 starts since her most recent victory in the 2018 edition of the same race.

The Sheer Drama, a seven-furlong stakes for Florida-bred fillies and mares, headlined Saturday’s 12-race program that also featured the $60,000 North Bay Village, a mile overnight handicap for fillies and mares on turf.

Starship Bonita, who won two legs of the lucrative 2017 Florida Sire Stakes series, posted a 2 ¾-length victory in the 2018 Sheer Drama before her very promising career was compromised by a series of long breaks in her racing schedule the next few seasons. Sent to post at 30-1, the 6-year-old daughter of Gone Astray returned to form Saturday, stalking the early pace before taking the lead in the stretch and holding off stablemate Starship Nala by three-quarters of a length. Pacesetter Thissmytime held well to finish third, another three-quarters of a length back.

Ridden by Jesus Rios, Starship Bonita ran seven furlongs in 1:22.92.

Summering Flaunts Class in North Bay Village   

Glen Hill Farm’s Summering flaunted her class Saturday at Gulfstream Park, scoring a popular victory in the $60,000 North Bay Village while carrying highweight of 124 pounds.

The multiple-stakes winner, the even-money favorite who conceded between two and seven pounds to her six rivals in the mile overnight handicap for fillies and mares on turf, was the beneficiary of a dream trip before breezing to and authoritative three-length victory under Emisael Jaramillo.

The Tom Proctor-trained 5-year-old daughter of War Front found herself in ideal stalking position along the backstretch when Kelsey’s Cross, whose several stakes victories have come with off-the-pace rallies, uncharacteristically challenged pacesetter Jabuticaba after making a three-wide sweep leaving the first turn. Summering made a three-wide sweep of her own on the far turn to take a lead into the stretch before drawing clear.

Summering ran a mile on a firm turf course in 1:33.30. Kahiko finished second, three lengths ahead of Kelsey’s Cross, who held gamely to finish third.

Summering, who captured the Del Mar Juvenile Filly Turf in 2019, came off a 10-month layoff to win Tampa Bay Downs’ Distaff Turf March 28. The Florida-bred mare came back to finish a fourth-place finish in the Ginger Punch at Gulfstream Park last time out.

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