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Friday’s Rainbow 6 Jackpot Pool Guaranteed at 200k

Sep 23, 2021
Zayas, Jaramillo in Tight Race in Standings

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – The 20-cent Rainbow 6 jackpot pool will be guaranteed at $200,000 Friday at Gulfstream Park.

First race post is 2 p.m. The Rainbow 6 will begin with Race 4, a 6 ½ furlong event for 2-year-old maidens that drew a field of 10. The sequence also includes a one mile, $62,500 allowance optional claimer for fillies and mares and 2-year-old fillies in a maiden special weight event scheduled at 7 ½ furlongs on the turf.

The popular multi-race wager went unsolved Thursday for the seventh racing day since a Sept. 10 mandatory payout produced multiple payoffs of $313,299.84

The Rainbow 6 jackpot is 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.

Zayas, Jaramillo in Tight Racing in Standings

Edgard Zayas and Emisael Jaramillo are locked in a tight battle atop the Gulfstream jockey standings.

Zayas leads Jaramillo, who captured the 2018 title, 118-117.

Trainer Saffie Joseph Jr. has an insurmountable lead with 67 winners in his quest for a third consecutive title.

Arindel leads all owners with 16 wins.

Note: Two jockeys were unseated in separate incidents during Thursday’s Race 6 at Gulfstream. Jose Morelos fell to the track when his mount, He Ain’t No Saint, ducked in suddenly midway down the mile chute. Moments later, Jonathan Gonzales was unseated when his mount, High Press, ducked in suddenly leaving the chute.

Gonzales was treated for foot pain and was taken to the hospital for further evaluation. Morelos walked back to the jockey’s room. Both horses emerged from the incidents in good order.

 

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