Gulfstream Park Rainbow 6 Mandatory Payout Monday

Monday, May 26

Gulfstream Park's Rainbow 6 will have a carryover of $6,303,426 when racing resumes Saturday, May 24 as well as a mandatory payout of the 20-cent wager on Memorial Day, May 26.

If there is no single winning ticket on the Rainbow 6 Saturday or Sunday, there will be a mandatory payout of the 20-cent wager on Monday, May 26. The total pool come Memorial Day could be as high as $20 million!

Along with the Rainbow 6 carryover, there will also be carryovers Saturday on the Pick 5 and Super Hi 5. The Pick 5 carryover will be $24,171.39 while the Super Hi 5 carryover will be $15,820.76. First race post Saturday is 1:25 p.m. ET.

How the Rainbow 6 Works

The Rainbow 6 is paid out when there is only one unique ticket with all six winners. There was no unique winning ticket on Sunday's final six races.  Six of six winners Sunday paid $18,651.30 for two dimes!

Handicapping the Rainbow 6 Ultimate Past Performances for this huge wagering opportunity are now available on the special reports page.

In addition to standard running lines, Ultimate Past Performances features all of's best information: speed ratings, pace figures, Prime Power, class ratings, pedigree info, detailed jockey-trainer stats, and track bias info related to post position and running style.

And check the special reports page throughout the weekend for additional analysis of the Rainbow^6 sequence, including Major Race Selections and Analysis with Wagering Strategies, Spotlight Selections from National Handicapping Championship winner Michael Beychok, and workout analysis from Bruno De Julio's Bruno With the Works.