Gulfstream Park Rainbow Six Carryover
Gulfstream Park Rainbow Six Carryover - Mar. 6th, 2014
No additional contributions will be accepted once the cap is reached
Players Pool Wrap Up for 3/8
Frustrating that the favorite won all three of our "ALL" races and the longest shot in the sequence won a race in which we had a strong opinion, but chaos will be needed to win the jackpot. The key is to be right not only on a strong opinion but also which races will produce the chaos.
Players' Pool Wrap Up for 3/7
No winners today, as we didn't put the 1st and 4th leg winners on the same ticket. The key to using both could have been to singling either of the 2nd or 3rd leg winning favorites. We wagered $7,532.80 on Friday and $4,684.80 on Thursday leaving us with $12,852.40 for Saturday-Sunday and $1,818.60 in winnings so far.
Gulfstream Park $2.2 Million Carryover Players' Pool
The TwinSpires Players' Pool will go after the $2.2-Million Rainbow 6 Jackpot carryover at Gulfstream Park starting Thursday, March 6. The team will then use a portion of the total weekly contribution to wager on the Rainbow 6 each day. Winnings will not be returned to the pool but automatically distributed to players on Sunday or when the jackpot is hit, whichever occurs first. In the case of the jackpot being hit, TwinSpires.com will close the pool and return all funds that weren’t wagered along with any winnings from the week. The Players' Pool will use its expert wagering strategies to work for you by offering a $25,000 (cap) pool. The pool will utilize those funds to select the group tickets that contributing members share proportionately. TwinSpires Players can jump into the pool for as little as $10!
The carryover pool is currently $2.3-Million plus and growing everyday so don't get shut out and jump in now!
The Players' Pool is designated to be educational and fun and in no way guarantees a winning wager.
Players' Pool Guest Panelist
Ed DeRosa (captain) - Ed is the Director of Marketing for Bloodstock Research Information Services (Brisnet.com) and a lifelong Thoroughbred racing enthusiast and astute handicapper. Ed joined Churchill Downs Inc. following nine years as a writer and editor with Thoroughbred Times. Ed will serve as “Captain” of the Players’ Pool for all major events including Breeders’ Cup, Kentucky Derby, Belmont Stakes and any other major multi-day carryover pools.
Bruno DeJulio – Bruno De Julio is most known for clocking horses for his Bruno With The Works product available daily on Brisnet.com, but he is also an accomplished owner, breeder, and bloodstock agent who races horses with Galen Ho’o and partners throughout the United States and Canada.
James Scully - James Scully is editor of The Handicapper's Edge & The Bloodstock Journal on Brisnet.com. A lifelong University of Kentucky fan, James attended his first Kentucky Derby in 1981 (Plesant Colony) and hit this year's Derby superfecta for $28,542.