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Weekend Carryovers for May 28, 2021

Weekend Carryovers for May 28, 2021

by Laurie RossMay 29, 2021

Here is a brief introduction to some of the six-figure carryovers heading into the weekend.

Penn National Super High Five Jackpot – $226,524

The 20-cent Hollywood Hi 5 at Penn National has been steadily accumulating and currently stands at $226,524. Sweeping the whole pool is difficult (you have to construct a unique winning ticket), but consolation payoffs typically fall in the range of a few hundred dollars—not bad for a 20-cent bet.

Gulfstream Park Pick 6 Jackpot – $190,483

The Rainbow Pick 6 requires the selection of the winner in each of six races. The entire net Rainbow 6 pool and carryover will be paid out to the winner of a unique (single) wager. If no one selected the first-place finisher in all six races, the major share of the Rainbow 6 pool will be distributed as a single prize pool to those who picked the first-place finisher in the greatest number of races. The monoi share will be added to or create the jackpot pool.

Lone Star Park Pick 6 Jackpot – $163,799

Mandatory payout day: May 31, 2021

Pick the winners of 6 consecutive races. The 20-cent Pick 6 Jackpot at Lone Star Park in Texas pays out to 50% of the current day’s pool to multiple winners with the most correct. The other 50% will be added to the Carryover Pool.

The Carryover Jackpot will be paid out only when there is a single unique wager with 6-out-of-6 correct or on a scheduled Mandatory Takeout of just 12% equals the lowest in the industry.

PARX Racing Philly Pick 5 Jackpot – $149,329

A single ticket with all 5 winners will payout the net pool plus jackpot. If there’s no single ticket with all 5 correct, 70% paid to multiple pick 5 tickets (or tickets with most correct), and 30% will carry over to jackpot pool. Scratches get post-time favorite —minimum $.50 bet with 15% takeout.

Santa Anita Park 20 Cent Rainbow Pick 6 Jackpot – $112,826

For the 20 cent Rainbow Pick 6 Jackpot, the player must accurately select the 6 consecutive designated race winners. Or typically, it’s the last 6 races of the card. The player must hold the only unique ticket to select the winners of the 6 consecutive designated races to win the Single Ticket Jackpot. If nobody hits the Rainbow Pick 6, the designated portion of the pool rolls over to the Rainbow Pick 6 Jackpot Pool.


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Laurie Ross
Laurie is a handicapper, pedigree consultant, and published author. Her work has been featured on numerous prominent racing websites and she is a reoccurring guest on sports radio programs. She is also a member of the National Turf Writers and Broadcasters Association. Her yearly publications contain tremendous insight and value for bettors and horsemen. The Freshmen Sire Guide has received accolades from leading trainers and handicappers and her Triple Crown guides are a best-selling feature.