Stronach 5: $154,931 Carryover For Friday, March 12 Wager

Stronach 5: $154,931 Carryover For Friday, March 12 Wager

There were no winning tickets in Friday’s Stronach 5, which means there will be a carryover Friday, March 12 of $154,931.

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The Stronach 5, which features an industry-low 12-percent takeout, featured races from Laurel Park, Gulfstream Park, Santa Anita Park and Golden Gate Fields. There were no winning favorites. The lowest payoff in Friday’s Stronach 5 was $13.40. The highest was $43.20.

The sequence began with the 9-1 shot Valued Notion ($20.40) winning Race 8 at Laurel for Hillwood Stable LLC and trainer Rodney Jenkins. The prices kept coming in the second leg of the sequence when 11-1 shot Serenade a Kitten ($24.60) got up in deep stretch for trainer Mary Eppler.

The Stronach 5 headed west to Santa Anita Park for the third leg of the sequence. Santa Anita’s third race, a maiden special weight event for 3-year-olds colts, was won by another longshot in Twin Creeks Racing Stables LLC’s Law Professor ($43.20), a 20-1 longshot making his second start for trainer Michael McCarthy. Golden Gate’s third race was next and, yes, the race resulted in another longshot in the 12-1 shot Foragoodtimecall ($26.80).

The Stronach 5 concluded with Gulfstream’s ninth race and Toffen ($13.40) winning under jockey Joe Bravo.

Friday’s races and sequence

Leg One – Laurel Park 8th Race: Valued Notion $20.40
Leg Two – Gulfstream Park 7th Race: Serenade a Kitten $24.60
Leg Three –Santa Anita Park 3rd Race: Law Professor $43.20
Leg Four –Golden Gate Fields 3rd Race: Foragoodtimecall $26.80
Leg Five –Gulfstream Park 9th Race: Toffen $13.40

Fans can watch and wager on the action at https://secure.xbglobal.com/main.aspx  as well as stream all the action in English and Spanish at LaurelPark.com, SantaAnita.com, GulfstreamPark.com, and GoldenGateFields.com.

The Stronach 5 In the Money podcast, hosted by Jonathan Kinchen and Peter Thomas Fornatale, will be posted by 2 p.m. Thursday at InTheMoneyPodcast.com and will be available on iTunes and other major podcast distributors

The minimum wager on the multi-race, multi-track Stronach 5 is $1. If there are no tickets with five winners, the entire pool will be carried over to the next Friday.

If a change in racing surface is made after the wagering closes, each selection on any ticket will be considered a winning selection. If a betting interest is scratched, that selection will be substituted with the favorite in the win pool when wagering closes.

The Stronach 5 Pick 5 will be comprised of the following races for this week (all times Eastern) on Friday March 10th, 2021

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            Leg A – Laurel Park Race 8 with an approximate post time of 3:55

            Leg B – Gulfstream Park Race 7 with an approximate post time of 4:12

            Leg C – Laurel Park Race 9 with an approximate post time of 4:28

            Leg D – Santa Anita Park Race 3 with an approximate post time of 4:35

            Leg E – Golden Gate Fields Race 3 with an approximate post time of 4:53

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1° Carrera LAUREL – 1.100 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 9 NEBAK ML(=Morning Line): 3
Ganó al galope el sábado en el Hipódromo, quedando con cuerda para repetir
# 8 EL YUNQUE ML: 2.5
Triunfó el lunes y sigue vs pingos de índice 1
# 3 PYONGYANG ML: 7
Un mil batallas que reaparece en lote abordable
# 11 ISA LA ESQUIZA ML: 6
Se estrena en Viña del Mar

2° Carrera LAUREL – 1.100 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 4 ANGEL GUIMERA ML(=Morning Line): 4
Cuarto y segundo en sus dos últimas salidas
# 8 BAD CONGRESS ML: 5
Favorita del Morning Line oficial porque es superior
# 3 REGALITO ML: 4.5
Se cae de maduro con sus figuraciones
# 5 BIT MORE HUMOR ML: 8
Falló en su última, antes venía corriendo bien

3° Carrera LAUREL – 1.100 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 1 FAST ROCK ML(=Morning Line): 3
Mejoró en su reciente tercero. Es superior
# 4 EL ROQUE ML: 2.5
Triunfó el lunes y perfectamente podría repetir
# 2 LUCY IN THE SKY ML: 4
Pasa por el mejor momento de su campaña
# 3 SOUNDTRACK ML: 9
Otrora clasiquera en deuda

4° Carrera LAUREL – 1.200 m.

Condicional 3 años no ganadores
# 3 TENER ÁNGEL ML(=Morning Line): 3
Reaparece tras figurar con mejores
# 9 SUBLIME BOY ML: 6
Cuarto y tercero en sus únicas carreras en Viña del Mar
# 11 EL TÍO CHALÍN ML: 4
Se estrenó con un promisorio segundo en el Sporting
# 8 CUENTACUENTOS ML: 5
Tercero y segundo en sus dos últimas

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5° Carrera LAUREL – 1.000 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 3 RAZONABLE MASTER ML(=Morning Line): 2.5
Dejó contratada la fotografía el lunes al figurar segundo
# 1 CHAMBERS ML: 3.5
Segundo y tercero en sus tres últimas
# 4 ALBO LOCURA ML: 5
Carrera a carrera ha ido mejorando
# 6 THIS IS THE TIME ML: 9
El claro puntero de la carrera

6° Carrera LAUREL – 1.000 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 3 BLACK CODE ML(=Morning Line): 2
Invicto este año que busca su tercer triunfo consecutivo
# 8 IRISH RULES ML: 4
Ha crecido bastante en el hándicap durante el verano
# 4 SHANGHAI EXPRESS ML: 7
Tan irregular como capaz de ganar
# 7 PARA HOY ML: 5.5
Se cae de maduro con sus figuraciones

7° Carrera LAUREL – 1.000 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 1 PECORÍN ML(=Morning Line): 4.5
Capacitado para repetir tras vencer por 3 ½ cuerpos
# 10 GRAN ROMANO ML: 3.5
Favorito del Morning Line oficial por su reciente segundo
# 4 EL ROBLE ML: 6
Está en deuda, es capaz de más
# 8 MACIZO PAINE ML: 5
Mejoró al figurar segundo

8° Carrera LAUREL – 1.200 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 9 KRAUS ML(=Morning Line): 3
Vuelve a Viña del Mar donde es clasiquero. Destaca
# 7 ES POSITIVO ML: 3
Reapareció segundo en el Sporting. Favorito del Morning Line oficial
# 4 PASTRAMI ML: 5.5
Un experimentado ganador clásico que desafía a los anteriores juveniles
# 6 TORITO DE PUCARÁ ML: 8
Busca repetir ganancia

9° Carrera LAUREL – 1.100 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 4 BOB ML(=Morning Line): 3.5
Dejó contratada la fotografía el lunes al figurar segunda
# 1 HALEK ML: 5
Llama la atención verlo tan bajo en el hándicap
# 2 QUERIDAS AMIGAS ML: 6
Mejoró al figurar segunda
# 3 JOHN WAYNE ML: 4
El más noble y ganador del grupo y que figuró el lunes

10° Carrera LAUREL – 1.200 m.

Clásico PALACIO RIOJA
# 6 SALTO DEL HUASO ML(=Morning Line): 8
Podría reivindicarse a $ 11 del Morning Line oficial
# 9 GHOSTY ML: 3.5
Vive su segunda juventud, buscando su tercer triunfo consecutivo
# 10 MY DAD ML: 5.5
Mejoró al figurar tercero
# 7 JARDÍN DEL ESTE ML: 4.5
Ganó dos carreras seguidas y luego segundo

11° Carrera LAUREL – 1.100 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 10 DON ACERTIJO ML(=Morning Line): 6
Se acercó peligrosamente al figurar tercero
# 5 SEÑORA FRESIA ML: 3
Favorita del Morning Line oficial porque reapareció ganando tras larga inactividad
# 11 WINGS OF FIRE ML: 5
Con mayor chance que los $ 11 del Morning Line oficial
# 3 ROOMATE ML: 4
Veloz que figuró segunda el lunes

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12° Carrera LAUREL – 1.400 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 5 SUEKKA ML(=Morning Line): 5
Viene de vencer en buen estilo, quedando con cuerda para repetir
# 6 MISS PECORITA ML: 4.5
Yegua noble y luchadora en esta serie
# 9 RON CUBANO ML: 3.5
Favorita del Morning Line oficial por su reciente tercero
# 10 CANDONGUE ML: 8
Es más de lo que ha mostrado

13° Carrera LAUREL – 1.100 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 8 SORPRESA VELOZ ML(=Morning Line): 2
Viene de vencer por la friolera de 7 cuerpos y en gran crono. Repite
# 10 COSAS IMPOSIBLES ML: 5.5
Con un primero y dos segundos en sus tres últimas
# 14 MATIUS ML: 4.5
Destaca con dos segundos seguidos
# 1 SADIE FARRELL ML: 8
Reciente cuarta

14° Carrera LAUREL – 1.100 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 1 GORDO REVOLTOSO ML(=Morning Line): 5.5
Podría sorprender a deliciosos $ 31 del Morning Line oficial
# 10 MAMAINE ML: 4.5
Defraudó el lunes, pero siempre es peligrosa en esta serie
# 4 BLACKDOOR ML: 6
Reaparece tras larga inactividad y campaña en Concepción
# 3 SOFAST ML: 4.5
Reciente tercero

15° Carrera LAUREL – 1.100 m.

Hándicap para todo caballo
# 12 ES REGULEQUE ML(=Morning Line): 4.5
Está bajo en el hándicap y figuró cerca el lunes
# 7 FLASH FLINK ML: 4
Favorito del Morning Line oficial por su reciente segundo
# 6 SEÑOR SEREMI ML: 9
La sorpresa a $ 13 del Morning Line oficial
# 3 PERLA AUSTRAL ML: 5.5
Reaparece tras salir de perdedora en diciembre

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Mandatory Rainbow 6 Payout Yields Multiple Payoffs Over 1.1k

Mandatory Rainbow 6 Payout Yields Multiple Payoffs Over 1.1k on XBGlobal

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – A mandatory payout of the 20-cent Rainbow 6 pool yielded multiple payoffs of $1.140.92 Sunday at Gulfstream Park.

The carryover jackpot pool heading into Rainbow 6 wagering was $873,676, which helped to generate a handle of $5,474,357 on the popular multi-race wager Sunday on https://secure.xbglobal.com/main.aspx

The Rainbow 6 had gone for the 10 straight racing days since a lucky bettor broke the jackpot for $712,824.06 Feb. 22.

The Rainbow 6 carryover jackpot is usually only 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 usually goes back to those bettors holding tickets with the most winners, while 30 percent is carried over to the jackpot pool. However, on mandatory-payout days, the entire pool is paid out to the bettor or bettors with the most winners in the six-race sequence.

The Rainbow 6 will start anew on Wednesday, when a 10-race program will get underway at 1:10 p.m. and there will be a guaranteed pool of $150,000.

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Belmont Stakes 2019 – $500.000 Pick4on XBGlobal.com

$500.000 Pick4 Guarantee on June 7, 2019 – at https://secure.xbglobal.com/main.aspx

The Races:

  • R8: The Grade II, $250,000 True North for 4yo&up at 6 ½ furlongs
  • R9: – The Grade II, $600,000 New York for 4upfm at 1 ¼ miles (turf)
    R10: The $400,000 Belmont Gold Cup for 4yos&up at 2 miles (turf)
  • R11: 3upfm 40k starter-allowance at 6 furlongs (turf)

The tickets:

Main Ticket: 3 with 8,6 with 3,8,6 with 8,3,11 = $9
R8 B Backup: 4,7 with 8,6 with 3,8,6 with 8,3,11 = $18
R10 B Backup: 3 with 8,6 with 4 with 8,3,11 = $3
R11 B Backup: 3 with 8,6 with 3,8,6 with 2,1 = $6

R8: The Grade II, $250,000 True North for 4yo&up at 6 ½ furlongs

If you’ve followed me in this space in the past you know I’m a big fan of singling a heavy favorite (that I love) in the opening leg of a Pk4 or Pk5 sequence, since the betting public is usually adverse to this move, as they are scared mentally because they don’t want to be out after just one race. The True North was made for this way of thinking, as #3 CATALINA CRUISER (5-2), who I assume will be closer to even-money than his morning line, looks to have this field over a barrel, as he’s not only by far the most talented horse in the race, but he’s full of upside, has been training well, and I find it hard to believe Sadler would ship here off a November layoff if he wasn’t ready to fire his A race. Sure, that absolute no show in the BC Dirt Mile when last seen is a concern, and it’s also the only time he’s been outside of California, but a look at his four wins leading up to that, and you know why he was 9-10 against City of Light.

Pk5 A horses: 3

If the chalk should come up short, then I’ll also use #4 NICODEMUS (8-1), who has a stalking gear in a race loaded with speed and enters off a breakthrough win in the local GIII Westchester, and the hard-knocking #7 WHITMORE (7-2), as he always fires, and therefore should be able to bounce back off a rare meek effort in the GI Churchill Downs last time, over a very speedy track that didn’t suit his running style. If you’re searching for one more then #8 Do Share (5-1) would be logical, as he to was up against it in the Churchill Downs, though it’s also fair to wonder if he’s this kind.

Pk5 B horses: 4,7

R9: – The Grade II, $600,000 New York for 4upfm at 1 ¼ miles (turf)

It’s Chad Brown’s world and we’re all just living in it, so I’m not siding against either #8 HOMERIQUE (6-5) or #6 COMPETITIONOFIDEAS (5-2), who ran 1-2 last time in the local GIII Beaugay and figure to do so again here. The latter could reverse that decision, as the former was more likely to appreciate the shorter trip, but she too was off a long layoff, and might be ready to move forward again in her second US start. ‘Competition won the GI American Oaks at Santa Anita in December in her 2018 finale when she flew home at this trip, so she may bridge the gap, but the gut still says Homerique is a true star in the making and will prove best again.

Pk5 A horses (listed in order of preference): 8,6

No one else here appears in the league of the top-2, and would also need a lifetime best to win, so we’ll just take what the race gives us and move on. If you’re looking outside the box, then #7 Semper Sententiae (8-1) has had solid graded stakes form and is knocking at the door, and #1 Holy Helena (9-2) is a multiple graded stakes winner, but neither looks to have a gear that the Brown gals do, or the upside.

Pk5 B horses: NONE

R10: The $400,000 Belmont Gold Cup for 4yos&up at 2 miles (turf)

This is always a tricky race, as it’s rare an American wants to go this far (against good foreign company) and you don’t know what the Europeans are sending over, so using more than a few seems like the right idea. I’ll take the easy way out and go with #3 AMADE (8-1) and #8 RAA ATOLL (6-1), a pair of marathon-loving Euros who have some solid form and both add Lasix. I can’t possibly believe they’ll hold their morning lines, but this is also the third race in the sequence, so those overlaid prices may scare a few people away, even though Amade has won 5-of-6, with two of them at this trip, and Raa Atoll enters off a GII win going 2 miles at Hoppegarten in his seasonal bow last month, in what was his first start since July. There’s little doubt #6 ARKLOW (5-2) is the best of the Americans, as he just missed in the GI Man O’ War here last time, but this distance is a guess and he’s not usually one for putting big efforts together back-to-back.

Pk5 A horses: 3,8,6

I’m going to toss in #4 RED KNIGHT (7-2) as a backup, since it’s Mott and this guy did win going 2 miles in the Allen Jerkens at Gulfstream Park in December, but he’s really meeting tougher here and has to run better to get unsaddled, and taking this 7-2 ML price would be a huge risk.

Pk5 B horses: 4

R11: 3upfm 40k starter-allowance at 6 furlongs (turf)

First off, no, I don’t know why this isn’t an all-stakes Pk4 starting in R7 with the ultra-tough Tremont for 2yos. Though, this heat came up tough too, and it contains a lot of inside speed, which is why I’m looking for slightly off-the-pace types, who should get all the best of it in the lane. My top pick is #8 QUEEN KAHEN (10-1), an impressive MCL winner from midpack who immediately switches to the dirt off the Rice claim (30%), which is a very confident sign. The horse to beat looks like #3 FUNNY MONEY HONEY (5-2), who was a dreadful 7th on the dirt on debut then freaked when switched to turf after settling early, though facing winners at a short price makes her an underlay. I’ll also include #11 AILISH (8-1), since she drops in class and will be stalking, and going second-off a seven-month layoff says she’s going to be primed here.

Pk5 A horses: 8,3,11

Wiring this won’t be easy, but both #2 LILA RUTH (5-1) and #1 SMOKEN DEB (3-1) have talent for big name connections, so I’m not tossing them completely, though I wouldn’t want to use them on the top line either, since they figure to be dueling with each other throughout.

Pk5 B horses: 2,1

The tickets:

Main Ticket: 3 with 8,6 with 3,8,6 with 8,3,11 = $9
R8 B Backup: 4,7 with 8,6 with 3,8,6 with 8,3,11 = $18
R10 B Backup: 3 with 8,6 with 4 with 8,3,11 = $3
R11 B Backup: 3 with 8,6 with 3,8,6 with 2,1 = $6