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Edwin Gonzalez Back at Full Strength at Gulfstream

Oct 7, 2021
Friday’s Rainbow 6 Jackpot Pool Guaranteed at $500,000      

– Jockey Edwin Gonzalez made it clear that he has made it all the way back from a midsummer injury Thursday at Gulfstream Park, riding the winners of four races, including impressive maiden winner Palmach, on an eight-race card.

The 29-year-old journeyman, who had become an immediate success while riding at Gulfstream Park full time during the Spring/Summer Meet for the first time, was sidelined for seven weeks with a hairline fracture in his right leg that was sustained in a racing mishap July 3. He won three races on his first day back in action Aug. 21, but Gonzalez didn’t continue to quite maintain the strike rate that he had enjoyed prior to his injury.

“I’m feeling great. I had 50 days out – that’s a long time for me,” said Gonzalez, who won with his last mount Sunday and his first three mounts Thursday. “I’m feeling strong. I kept saying, ‘Keep working hard, and everyone will be happy and I’ll keep winning races.’”

D J Stable’s Palmach bucked the trend on Gulfstream’s Tapeta track while capturing the featured $60,000 maiden special weight race for 2-year-old fillies in Race 4. The Mark Casse-trained daughter of Violence broke alertly to assume an early lead that she would never relinquish on her way to a four-length victory, becoming only the second horse to win from gate to wire in the first 20 races on the newly installed all-weather surface.

“She likes the Tapeta. The first time she was a little green and the turf was a little soft because it was raining that day,” said Gonzalez, who finished fifth aboard Palmach in her Sept. 10 debut over a good turf course. “Today, she loved the Tapeta.”

Although she was the first front-running winner since Wow Tapit wired the field in only the second race run on Tapeta, Palmach did follow an early trend on the all-weather surface, becoming the 12th favorite to come through for their backers. Saffie Joseph Jr.-trained Beachnut Trophy, Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s homebred daughter of Real Solution, closed from far back to finish second, three-quarters of a length ahead of Todd Pletcher-trained Five Prizes, a daughter of Bernardini who

Palmach, the 9-5 favorite, gave Gonzalez his second of four victories Thursday, when he connected aboard World Gone Wild ($5) in Race 2, Bramble Berry ($8) in Race 5 and Souper All Star ($14.80) through a disqualification in Race 8. Souper All Star was Gonzalez’s seventh win from his last 12 mounts.

Friday’s Rainbow 6 Jackpot Pool Guaranteed at $500,000

The 20-cent Rainbow 6 jackpot pool will be guaranteed at $500,000 Friday at Gulfstream Park, where the popular multi-race wager went unsolved Thursday for the 15th 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.

The Rainbow 6 sequence will span Races 4-9 Friday, kicked off by a well-stocked maiden special weight race for Florida-bred juvenile fillies and featuring a 6 ½-furlong optional claiming allowance for 3-year-olds and up.

First-time starters by Violence, First Dude, Keen Ice and Gone Astray will take on Jose D’Angelo-trained Laniakea Storm, who rallied late to finish third in her recent six-furlong debut, and Javier Gonzalez-trained Luli’s Dancer, who has finished in the money in five of his six career starts.

Ralph Nicks-trained Breeze On By, a dominant force in the 2020 FTBOA Florida Sire Stakes series, will attempt to recapture his winning form in the Race 8 feature in his second start off a six-month layoff. The Stonehedge LLC homebred son of Cajun Breeze, who won the Dr. Fager and Affirmed before finishing a troubled second in the In Reality, pressed the early pace before weakening to finish sixth in his recent return to action.

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