Gulfstream Park will feature another day of racing in Hallandale Beach, FL on Saturday. There will be another Rainbow Pick 6 card offered for today. $145,470 is expected to be carried over into Saturday after there wasn’t a unique ticket on Friday. The pool is not shared if there are multiple winning tickets. However, you can still win good money with a winning ticket despite missing out on the jackpot, especially with a guaranteed $500,000 pool offered for April 25. BetOnline offers the option to bet Pick 3, Pick 4, Pick 5, and Pick 6 at most tracks in the US.
You must click on the right race to access the parimutuel betting options. For instance, the Rainbow Pick 6 at Gulfstream Park begins with Race 7. Click on Race 7 and then below you will find the Pick 6 button to lock your picks in. A minimum of a buck must be wagered. Like a parlay, all of your selections must be correct for a win. You can of course bet horses individually as well, with win, place, and show bets along with the Pick 6 selections. Head below for our free Gulfstream Park Rainbow Pick 6 selections for April 25, 2020.
Post Time: 3:48 EST
Distance: 1 1/16 Miles
There are 12 races on the card, with the Rainbow 6 card starting with Race 7 on Saturday. There are four big upsets candidates, with Jealous Boyfriend, Viper, Disturbin Bourbon, and Winter’s Wonder at the back on the morning lines. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Mystery Bank, Venezuelan Hug, and Shamrocket are positioned to do some damage. Mystery Bank is still searching for a win, but is only four races into his career. He’s shown in three races after finishing 3rd in his most recent race on March 29.
Venezuelan Hug has made an appearance in two events and finished 4th and 3rd for an okay start to his career. He was close but couldn’t catch Metcalf and Mandate. The field will likely be looking to catch Shamrocket from the No. 5 post. He has been coming on strong after finishing 6th in his debut on August 3, 2019. Shamrocket has been right up front in three races since, and might be ready to do one better on Saturday. He came close on March 4 to getting his first win, but was denied by Proven Strategies, though was still able to place.
Shamrocket finished a length behind Voodoo Zip on April 5, who was behind the leader by a nose. Two really close races that could have gone Shamrocket’s way against inferior opponents. He’s likely going to find Race 7 on Saturday an easier ride. For an upset selection, Viper is likely your horse. He showed in his first two races on October 26, 2019 and November 23, 2019. Viper didn’t have enough kick on March 21 to finish in the top-3, but with some luck, could be a factor. The favorite likely gets it done in Race 7, though.
Post Time: 4:21 EST
Distance:1 1/16 Miles
If your ticket is still alive after Race 7, congrats, you can move onto the nice leg of your Pick 6 ticket. This is an event that is likely going to be fought between Legit and Scars Are Cool. Scars Are Cool will look to win his 3rd race in 11 outings on Saturday. He’s coming off a couple of good runs, having shown in 3rd on February 29 and placed in 2nd on February 2. His last win was on November 7, 2019 at Churchill Downs. There wasn’t much separating 1st and 2nd, with Scars Are Cool finishing a head in front of Tank Commander.
Legit was perfect across two career races, with wins on April 19, 2018 and May 17, 2018. He wasn’t raced until March 6, 2020 again. Legit was able to show, but unable to cap off a hat-trick that would have taken nearly two years to complete. In any event, Legit ran well against a tricky field, and beat out seven other horses for 3rd. It was clear that Legit still had it in him and should be able to get back into the winner’s circle soon. The burst he had down the stretch should be appreciated in that race. He was 10th at the ½ pole and flew all the way up to steal a spot to show. That effort should likely payoff on Saturday with a win at Gulfstream Park in Race 8.
Post Time: 4:53 EST
Distance:1 1/16 Miles
In the feature race of the day on Saturday, seven horses will take to the gate as they look to take the top prize of a $75,000 purse. Attachment Rate and Dr Post will likely duel down the stretch, but could see a surprise from South Bend. Attachment Rate and Dr Post enter with the best form recently and should both be threats. Attachment Rate has a win in four races and has shown in three out of four outings. He finished 3rd in the Gotham Stakes at Aqueduct on March 7 before the shutdown in New York. His last win was on February 15 at Gulfstream Park in a blowout over Rag Tag by 6 ¼ lengths.
Dr Post is coming off a win on March 29 over Nocturnal by 1 ¼ lengths. Plenty of kick and surged from 4th at the ½ pole to the win. It was only the second race of his career, which happened to be a win. In his debut on July 4, 2019 Dr Post finished 4th to open up his racing career. For an underdog, South Bend reads well after showing in three straight outings. Note that South Bend is a winner in 3 of 8 races for a pretty nice win percentage. Placed 2nd in the Cutler Bay Stakes in his most recent outing on March 28. He was close, though finished 1 ¼ lengths behind the winner. However, it was a nice run and South Bend was ahead of ten other participants. South Bend has shown in 6 of 8 career races. Certainly worthy of consideration at +400.
Post Time: 5:25 EST
Distance:1 1/16 Miles
Vegas Kitten and Stock Trade figure to put forth competitive efforts in Race 10 at Gulfstream Park. However, they should be joined by Crypto Gold and New Year down the stretch as well. I think New Year has a better chance to get the win here than the morning-line of +450 indicates. New Year is coming off back-to-back wins and will be seeking the hat-trick on Saturday.
Along with the two wins, New Year has shown in four straight efforts. In his latest outing, New Year won on February 27 by 3 ¼ lengths over Mystical Moon. He’s a winner in 2 of 13 races, so that’s the first wins for New Year in his career after failing 11 times before.
Crypto Gold is coming off back-to-back wins as well and searching for the hat-trick. His road has been eerily similar as New Year. Crypto Gold has shown in his last four outings, and has won 2 of 14 races. New Year’s first two wins came in his last two efforts and the same for Crypto Gold. One of them will find out what it’s like to lose again today.
Stock Trade has 2 wins in 14 races like Crypto Gold, but has been winless in two outings. He has a win in one of his previous 11 outings. In the win, Stock Trade won by 1 ½ lengths over Coral Legacy in a small field of five horses. Vegas Kitten will be in this race to win it, too. He has won 2 of 10 races in his career, with his most recent win on March 4. It was a strong run by Vegas Kitten to win by 2 ½ lengths over Wise to Listen. He’s shown in just seven of his last nine races, though. For the best value, I think you’re getting it with New Year.
Post Time: 5:57 EST
Four horses are likely going to have a really good chance in this race. It’s likely going to come down to Yorkton, Spinoff, and Soldado. Global Campaign is going to be in contention as well. He has won 3 of 5 career races and is looking for 4 in 6 on Saturday at Gulfstream Park. He was 3rd in the Jim Dandy Stakes on July 27, 2019 in his most recent outing.
Prior to that race, Global Campaign was a winner in the Peter Pan Stakes at Belmont Park by 1 ¼ lengths over Sir Winston. It’s been a minute since Global Campaign has raced, but perhaps he can use that to his advantage with some fresh legs.
Yorkton has a lot more experience, with 28 races to his name since debuting in 2016. He has a win in 7 of those races, but has been winless since a victory on September 14, 2019 in the Bold Venture Stakes. He’s gone 6th, 4th, 6th, and 2nd in his last four outings. He hasn’t been taking the easy road and picking on weak opponents, so he gets credit for that.
Spinoff participated in the Kentucky Derby last May and didn’t have a good run. He lost in 18th, beating only Gray Magician. Despite the loss, Spinoff has won 3 out of 8 races, but hasn’t been out there since August 9, 2019. That was a win at Saratoga over Lone Sailor by 5 ¾ lengths.
Soldado will be looking for the hat-trick on Saturday after wins on February 6 over Travelling Midas by 2 ½ lengths. And then on March 26 against Frosted Grace by a head. In five career races, Soldado has won three races and shown in four. I give Soldado the slight edge over Global Campaign for the win on Saturday.
Post Time: 5:47 EST
Race 12 will make some people happy on Saturday at Gulfstream Park. Conversely, there might be some heartbroken handicappers who lose on the final leg. Annualized, Money House, and W W Archie are likely going to get into a battle for the win in Race 12. Archie has shown in two straight races and is showing improvement after faltering in his debut on February 21. He finished 6th in that one, but was able to respond to show on March 15 and April 4. In his last outing, W W Archie finished 3rd ahead of six other horses. He just needs to catch a bit of a break and can win this event.
Money House is almost in a similar spot as W W Archie, just one less race on his resume. He was 6th in his first race on August 25, 2019 and then responded for 3rd on Halloween. Finished well late, but started a bit too late. That was at 6 ½ furlongs, so he will have to start even earlier if he wants to win here. Annualized does not have the same resume as them and has shown in just one out of four outings. However, this should be a much easier afternoon for him. The competition in this one is not difficult, as the drop in class should help his cause. Despite finishing 4th in his last race on March 26, a similar performance might be enough for a win against this field.