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The Rainbow 6 carryover will be $83,722 heading into Wednesday’s start to the racing week with a $250,000-guaranteed pool … The Super High Five has a $8,274 carryover as well … Hall of Fame jockey Javier Castellano returns Wednesday following a November surgery to clean up some upper leg debris near his hip. He has a single mount in Race 9 to start his comeback … Feature race this week is Saturday’s Grade 3 Royal Delta in the distaff division … Fountain of Youth winner Greatest Honour closed as the 9-1 individual third choice in last week’s Kentucky Derby Future Wager Pool 3 … Gulfstream’s Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup winner Knicks Go is in Riyadh for Saturday’s $20 million Saudi Cup, which you can wager on the full card with Xpressbet and 1/ST BET.
Last week’s Stronach 5 paid $511 to 354 winning tickets, all winners at 4-1 or less. Stronach 5 races this Friday, February 19, will be:
Leg A – Laurel Park Race 9 with an approximate post time of 4:17 pm ET
Leg B – Santa Anita Park Race 3
Leg C – Laurel Park Race 10
Leg D – Gulfstream Park Race 9
Leg E – Golden Gate Fields Race 3
1/ST BET Top Factors Last Week:
Horseplayers using the 1/ST BET app saw the most success with these 3 of the 52 handicapping filters for Gulfstream Park last week, each winning at a 25% or greater win rate. The 1/ST BET app picked a strong 34% winners on top last week at GP and showed a flat-bet profit with top choices.
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Trends Last Week
-- Trainer Kent Sweezey went 7: 3-1-1 with a $1.76 ROI for every $1 bet. He went 3: 2-1-0 with favorites, but also had a 67-1 shot finish third.
-- Trainer Shug McGaughey’s barn was on point at 5: 3-0-2 and a $2.38 ROI for every $1 bet. Among those was a 9-2 winner and 11-1 in the money. Jockey Jose Ortiz rode all 3 winners.
-- Trainer Steve Dwoskin went 2-for-4, popping $9 and $25 winners. Miguel Vasquez rode both winners, 1 each on turf and dirt. Dwoskin had been 0-20 at the meet prior to the victories.
-- Trainer Ian Wilkes had one of his best weeks of the meet at 6: 2-2-1
-- Jockey Corey Lanerie won 5 races last week at 21% and posted an ROI of $2.16 for every $1 bet. He booted home winners at $12, $13, $21, $22 and $33. Wins came for 5 different barns, but Lanerie and Dale Romans teamed for a strong 3: 1-2-0 week ($22 winner, 7-1 runner-up among them).
-- Jockey Luis Saez was reliable on favorites with a 4: 3-0-1 mark. He’s 10: 6-0-3 on favorites since Feb. 5 at Gulfstream.
-- Favorites won both stakes last week and now are 16: 11-2-1 in stakes over the last 4 weeks at GP.