Jackpot super high five wager hit
One lucky horseplayer will have plenty of extra dough for the holiday shopping season after taking down the Jackpot Super High Five harness racing wager at the Meadowlands for $20,020.22.
The winning ticket was purchased through the Oregon Hub.
The 20-cent wager requires a horseplayer to correctly select the top five finishers in order. The jackpot amount pays out only if there is a single winning ticket.
Friday’s winning wager featured a carryover of $11,423. The winning sequence of 4-2-3-10-5 was led by 2-to-1 favorite Mr. Blissful followed by 73/1 Seafood Mike, 5/1 Some Power, 52/1 Amora Beach, and 6/1 Brown Color in fifth.
This is the second time in the past three weekends that the fifth race Jackpot Super High Five has been hit. A horseplayer in Iowa took down the jackpot for $13,395 on November 11.
The last race Jackpot Super High Five has not been claimed since the season began in September. Entering Saturday, the last race jackpot sat at just less than $50,000.Harness Racing News from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the USA, Harness Racing Directory Listing, Harness Racing Links Search, Harness Racing Classifieds, Standardbred Horse Pedigrees, Advertising Spaces, Website Hosting, WebPage Hosting.
Horse Racing Carryover Pools
Carryovers – What are Horse Racing Carryovers?
A carryover is when no wins occur at the end of a race on a particular wager type – for example, a Pick 4, Pick 5 or Pick 6. All wagers in the carryover pool or ‘pool’ are then carried over to the next designated race. The carryover continues from race to race until a lucky winner or winners collect the prize pool, which can reach millions of dollars. As carryover pools increase in value, more betting interest is evidenced and consequently as horse bettors have a chance to win bigger money.
Off Track Betting | Carryovers
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The magic of horse racing betting carryovers is twofold. First, money attracts money so players know there’s a chance for a life changing payout. In addition, value conscious horse players wait for carryovers to jump in because they recognize that they’re getting a unique bonus – more money is being paid out that has been wagered that day, so instead of a takeout, there’s an effective “put in” for those who stayed out of the previous days’ pools.
Our list of horse racing Carryovers shows you the largest and most popular carryover pools from major U.S based race tracks. Many different types of horse track bets can have Carryover pools : Pick 6 carryover pools, Pick 5 carryover pools, Pick 4 carryover pools, Pentafecta carryover pools, Super High Five carryover pools, & Tri Super bets carryover pools.CARRYOVERS | Todays Horse Racing Pick 6 Carryover Betting Pools from US horse race tracks. Pick 6, Pick 5, Pick 4, Super High Five. ]]>