The 20-cent Rainbow 6 carryover pool will be $385,450.89 for Sunday’s 12-race program at Gulfstream Park. The popular multi-race wager will cover races 7-12. Post time for the first race is 12:30 p.m. In addition to the Rainbow 6, there will be a $100,000 guaranteed pool for the Late Pick 4 covering races 9-12, and a $50,000 guaranteed pool for the Pick 5 covering races 8-12.
Laurel Park cancelled its live program Sunday due to a winter storm producing snow and freezing rain. Laurel will remain open for simulcast wagering. Live racing resumes Thursday, March 5 with a 12:30 p.m. first race post time.
Laurel Park announced today it has cancelled its Friday afternoon
program due to extreme frigid conditions. Live racing is scheduled to resume Saturday with a nine-race program beginning at 12:30 p.m. Laurel will remain open Friday for simulcast wagering from around the country, including Gulfstream Park, Santa Anita and Aqueduct.
Park announced today it will improve
physical access for guests with disabilities. This move is consistent
with our dedication to
providing world-class thoroughbred racing and gaming entertainment and our continuous effort to
maximize our guests' experiences. We are always
exploring ways to achieve excellence and quality in everything we do,
our customers' desires and finding ways to best serve those needs. We believe these modifications
plus several others underway as part of our overall improvement plan will enhance the Gulfstream
Park experience for all guests,
including guests with disabilities." - Statement from Tim Ritvo, President of Gulfstream Park
winter storm expected to drop 8 to 12 inches of snow in the Louisville
area has prompted Churchill Downs Racetrack officials to cancel simulcast wagering on
Monday, Feb. 16. Additionally, the track’s offices will be closed. Simulcast wagering at Churchill Downs is scheduled to resume Thursday, Feb. 19 at 11:30 a.m. ET.
Thanks, Sully. I figured Conquest was good for at least a share. Glad I hooked him up with the right longshot for the super.
Thanks, icyhotboo and amino998. That super would have been a nice addition. Surprised the 1 got bet down so much. I thought about picking him on top but the trainer stats scared me away.
Way off the mark in this one. Speedy chalk Rocket Heat dusted 'em.
Undefeated Delta Jackpot winner Ocho Ocho Ocho worked five furlongs in 59.40 under jockey Santiago Gonzalez for the Grade II, $400,000 San Felipe Stakes at 1 1/16 miles on March 7. “I got him in 59,” trainer Jim Cassidy said of the son of Street Sense.
“He’s an amazing little horse. He galloped out (six furlongs) in 12 and
two and seven eighths in (one) 27. I didn’t want to do that much. I
thought he’d go in about a minute, to be honest with you.” Gonzalez,
meanwhile, has caught the eye of horsemen and handicappers, winning four
races this meet, three for Cassidy. “He’s all right,” Cassidy said in
an understated endorsement of the rider who is represented by former
trainer Craig Stephen.
to winter weather, including low temperatures and high winds expected
to produce a wind chill well into single digits, live racing at
Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races for Thursday
night, February 12, has been cancelled. Simulcasting will go on at
Charles Town as scheduled throughout the day with live racing slated to
resume tomorrow evening at 7:05pm EST.
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