Laurel’s Monday Program Features Rainbow 6, Super Hi-5 Carryover

The final Monday program of Laurel Park’s fall meet Dec. 18 will offer carryovers in both the 20-cent Rainbow 6 and $1 Super Hi-5.

Post time for the first of nine races is 12:30 p.m.

There will be a jackpot carryover of $10,839.18 in the Rainbow 6. Multiple tickets with all six winners Sunday returned $39.40.

Monday’s Rainbow 6 opens in Race 4, a one-mile starter-optional claimer for females 3 and up, and includes a $42,000 open entry-level allowance going 1 1/16 miles that drew a field of seven fillies and mares 3 and older in Race 8.

A carryover of $694.87 will be available in the Super Hi-5 for Monday’s opener, a six-furlong maiden claimer for 2-year-olds.

Nassau CC Stables’ Bass River Road, a 6-year-old gelding trained by Rudy Rodriguez, remained unbeaten this year with a three-quarter-length victory in Sunday’s fourth race, a $25,000 starter allowance for 3-year-olds and up.

Bass River Road ($3.60) was given clear run three wide by jockey Feargal Lynch and edged clear of Fortuitous Path past the eighth pole to hit the wire in 1:24.25 for seven furlongs. The New York-bred is 5-0 this year, returning from a seven-month layoff to take a 5 ½-furlong off-the-turf allowance Nov. 12 at Laurel, and has won seven consecutive races dating back to October 2016.

Jockey Feargal Lynch enjoyed a four-win afternoon Sunday, riding Emma’sdiamonddiva ($7.40) in the first race, Bass River Road ($3.60) in the fourth, More Than Treasure ($4.20) in the seventh and Rare Eagle ($6.20) in the ninth.

Lynch moved into second place in the fall meet standings with 36 wins, one ahead of Sheldon Russell. Jevian Toledo, who had one winner Sunday, is first with 57. The fall meet runs through Sunday, Dec. 31.

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