The Rainbow Pick 6 Jackpot at Gulfstream Park continues to grow in Hallandale Beach. There wasn’t a single unique ticket that won on Saturday, so the total pool is expected to go over $5 million. This is a mandatory payout day at Gulfstream Park. Expect some big payouts despite the unlikely odds of a unique ticket. There must be a unique winner for the top prize to be paid out. Last week that happened with the Pick 5. But the Rainbow Pick 6 is even more difficult with one more winning selection needed to win.
That extra horse has messed up a lot of potential jackpots. BetOnline does provide Pick 3, Pick 5, and Pick 6 wagering as well. It’s a 1 dollar minimum to get involved at Gulfstream Park today, so it doesn’t take much from your bankroll. The Rain Pick 6 gets started on Sunday with Race 6. Head below for our free Gulfstream Park Rainbow Pick 6 selections for April 19, 2020.
Post Time: 3:23 EST
Distance: 1 Mile
Bareeqa from the No. 3 post is bound to catch the attention of handicappers on Sunday. He will be the most commonly played pony in Race 6, so if you’re gunning for the top prize, look elsewhere. Selecting all of the favorites is a recipe for going nowhere if that’s your goal. In any event, today includes mandatory payouts, so money will be available regardless. If you are looking for better value, the play might be with Lookinlikeaqueen or Scatnap. Lookinlikeaqueen is coming off a win on March 13 from 1 mile over Ghostly Beauty by ¾ lengths. It was the third win in her last five trips to the gate.
Snatcap has shown in five out of her previous six events. That includes a win and two 2nd place performances in three out of her last five outings. The victory came on January 6 over Pugilist by a half length over 1 mile 1/16. She is fully capable of running fast enough to get the win from a mile on Sunday. Snatcap has a win in 10 out of 35 races for a fairly successful career. Bareeqa, the favorite in Race 6, is coming off a win on February 17 against the same horse that Snatcap beat in January, Pugilist by ¾ lengths. All of the three horses that I mentioned have a legitimate chance here. The value with Lookinlikeaqueen at +600 is too much to pass up, though.
Post Time: 3:53 EST
Another 1-mile race to decide a winner at Gulfstream Park. Brookes All Mine enters with some favorable signs recently after placing in five straight races with two wins. She’s coming off a win on March 8 and 2nd on March 29. Her win on the 8th was a terrific run, as she cleared the field for an easy 4 ½ length win. She faltered out of the gate, but quickly flew up to 1st by the ½ pole. Two weeks ago she couldn’t get the win, but was strong to place against ten other foes. She finished ahead of Tiz Possible Dear who will be in the starting gate alongside her on Sunday.
Grace’s Drama was on a serious roll last year around this time. She won four straight races, but has been unable to get to the winner’s circle since then. Consistency has followed her around, though, having finished in the top-3 in five out of her last six outings. Another +600 priced pony is intriguing in Race 7 as well. She has won 8 out of 19 races, though is coming off a horrid performance for 12th on March 14. In two races in 2020, Put Position has finished 2nd and 12th. Could be a wildcard in this race. She’s been hit and miss throughout her career, though has the talent to compete here. That said, Brooks All Mine is on a roll and should continue to run well on Sunday.
Post Time: 4:25 EST
A big 15-horse field is likely going to ruin a bunch of tickets. Todd Pletcher has two horses running in this event, No Word and Mystic Lancelot. He will predictably attract money on plenty of Rainbow Pick 6 tickets. I can’t argue against either horse. Both will be in the thick of things and likely go down fighting at the wire.
Mystic Lancelot hasn’t won since his debut on August 15, 2019, but gets an easier race on Sunday. No Word has been staying fresh in the stable, having raced in only two races. He made his first appearance August 31, 2019 with a winning run at 1 and 1/16 miles. No Word saw an upgrade in class in the Pilgrim Stakes on September 28, 2019.
He didn’t run as well, fishing 5th ahead of four other competitors. No Word got stuck in traffic in that one and was unable to find a way out. Perhaps some bad luck went against him, but he had the talent to finish better than 5th. This race on Sunday is a big drop and class. Expect No Word to be involved at the wire. Casino Grande is 1 for 1 in his career and might have some value at +600. But Pletcher likely has a winner in No Word on Sunday.
Post Time: 2:15 EST
The public will be primarily on the No. 7 horse Yes I See in Race 9. 14 wins in his portfolio is going to be an attractive play. He has 14 runs in 52, but winless in foure events. Yes I See threatened in his last two outings, finishing 3rd on February 22 and March 26, but was unable to get it done. Prior to those races, Yes I See didn’t show in six out of seven events. Expect him to show. He’s going to be there at the end, but there’s better value out there.
Trappezoid will be looking for the hat-trick after winning two straight races on February 23 and March 8. That’s terrific form, but are we going to see it in three consecutive events? Leading up to February 23, Trappezoid was getting nothing done, having failed to show in 9 out of 11 events. It’s not easy winning three races in a row, and I think he might get beaten from the horse off the rail. Certainly, the No. 1 horse, Gran Greyfrost has nice value going into Sunday. He is a winner in 3 out of 15 races and ran very well in his most recent event on January 19 in a win. Gran Greyfrost might be ignored by others, but I think he’s worth a play at +800.
Post Time: 5:25 EST
Another 15-horse field on the docket at Gulfstream Park in Race 10. You can see why some of these jackpots grow so large. It’s not easy picking multiple winners and owning a unique ticket from everybody else. Having said that, they’re winnable, as we saw last week at Gulfstream Park with the Pick 5. Cariba boasts one of the most impressive portfolios in Race 10. She has placed in three out of her last four events. She finished 2nd in her last outing on March 7 in a photo finish.
Cariba was beaten by a nose against Dreams Are Made at 7 ½ furlongs. Got stronger as the race progressed. She was 6th at the halfway mark and the late kick just about resulted in a victory. A little extra distance and she likely wins. She’ll get more room to operate in Race 10 at a mile in this one. Beyond Cariba, Bering Strait might be worth a look as well. Bering Strait has a win in four races and has finished 1st and 3rd in her last two outings. Cariba should have the extra kick to outpace the competition here, though.
Post Time: 5:55 EST
Our Rainbow Pick 6 card will end with Race 11 in the early evening hours in Florida. Let Them Eat Cake, Sneer, and Renata all have respectable chances of getting the win in the finale on Sunday. Sneer and Renata are close favorites, with Sneer placing in two out of three races. She was sharp in her most recent outing on March 22, though fell just short against Pleasant Orb by half a length.
Renata has just one race under her belt, finishing 2nd in a strong effort on March 29 behind Urban Fairytale by half a length. Let Them Eat Cake has finished 3rd and 5th, as she heads into the third start of her career on Sunday. Despite 5th in her last outing, Let Them Eat Cake held the lead at the ½ pole and was 1st across the ¾ pole as well.
She won’t have to run that far in this event, as it’s just 1-mile so that should help. In her first race on February 7, she ran well at 1-mile, showing a burst in the homestretch to show in 3rd. She probably deserves more respect than the morning-line price of +450. Despite finishing 5th in her last race, that might be a good enough effort to get the win at a mile on Sunday.