Jackpot Guaranteed at $1.4 Million for Wednesday
Sunday, March 15, 2020

    HALLANDALE BEACH - After going unsolved for the 13th consecutive day, the 20-cent Rainbow 6 will have its carryover jackpot pool guaranteed at $1.4 million when live racing is scheduled to return to Gulfstream Park on Wednesday. First race post time is 1 p.m.

    Multiple tickets with all six winners today were worth $522.92.

    Wednesday’s Rainbow 6 covers Races 5-10 and features four races on turf topped by the featured ninth, a five-furlong race for fillies and mares 4-and-up featuring Ms Meshak, winner of the 2019 Added Elegance on the dirt at Gulfstream, plus multiple stakes-placed Just Ain’t Right and Starship Nala.

    The multi-race wager has been solved four times during the 2019-20 Championship Meet, including payoffs of $1.2 million on Feb. 17 and $468,945 on Feb. 27.

G2 Winner Noble Indy Makes Successful Season Debut 

    Repole Stable’s Gr. II winner Noble Indy, unraced since Nov. 24, made a triumphant return in his 5-year-old return today. Ridden by Luis Saez for trainer Todd Pletcher, Noble Indy ($8.60) led from start to finish to win the $53,000 third-level optional claiming allowance by 1 ½ lengths over late-running Sand Dancer. Monarchs Glen, the 7-5 favorite, was third.

    Noble Indy, by Take Charge Indy, won three of his first four career starts, two at Gulfstream, including the Gr. II Louisiana Derby to earn him a shot in the 2018 Kentucky Derby, where he finished 17th behind eventual Triple Crown winner Justify.

    Gunnison tracked Noble Indy through a half in :49.29 seconds trailed by Monarchs Glen and Golden Dragon. Monarchs Glen split horses to get within a half-length midway on the turn after six furlongs in 1:12.78, but Noble Indy was up to the task and edged clear once straightened for home and set down by Saez. The winning time for 1 1/8 miles over a firm turf course was 1:47.64.

    Noble Indy also opened his 2019 season at Gulfstream, finishing fourth in an optional claiming allowance in February. His last previous win came Sept. 20 at Belmont Park, also at 1 1/8 miles on the grass, and he capped last year by running fourth in an off-the-turf optional claimer Nov. 24 at Aqueduct.

WHO'S HOT: Jockey Luis Saez visited the winner’s circle twice today, aboard maiden winner Youngest of Five ($3.80) in Race 6 and Noble Indy ($8.60) in Race 8.   

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