Saturday, February 13, 2021
HALLANDALE BEACH - There were multiple winning tickets in today’s mandatory payout of the Rainbow 6 at Gulfstream Park with each ticket worth $17,215. There was a carryover pool of $1,048,970, and $5,831,816 of new money wagered into the pool.
The sequence started off with a bang when 30-1 shot Boreas won the seventh race, a maiden special weight event at a mile on the turf course and returned $62.80.
There will be a guaranteed pool of $200,000 in Sunday’s Rainbow 6, which includes three turf races. The sequence begins with the sixth race, a maiden special event at a mile for 4-year-olds and up. Bold Agenda, a son of Candy Ride from the Todd Pletcher stable, is 9-5 in the morning-line off a third-place finish here Jan. 15 at a mile. Winter Pool, a son of Curlin, debuts for the barn of Chad Brown and is 5-2.
The 10th race, an optional allowance claimer at 1 1/16-miles on the turf, is a wide-open affair with a dozen fillies and mares. The Brown barn sends out Linny Kate, a daughter of Tonalist making her first start in eight months. Brendan Walsh sends out two, including Godolphin’s Lake Lucerne, making her U.S. debut.
The final leg of the sequence is a maiden special weight event for 3-year-old fillies on the turf at 1 1/16 miles. It’s another competitive event with debut runners from the barns of Shug McGaughey, Christophe Clement and Brown, and 4-1 Champagne Ivy for trainer Saffie Joseph Jr., and A Thing of Beauty for Pletcher.
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NOTES: Calumet Farm’s Flying Scotsman went gate-to-wire to win today’s 10th race, a $53,000 allowance optional claimer. A 5-year-old son of English Channel entering the race off a fifth-place finish in the Gr. III Tropical Turf, Flying Scotsman and Corey Lanerie covered the mile on the turf in 1:32.83 and returned $33.60. Structor, making his first start since winning the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf, finished in a dead heat for fourth.