Jamieson & Auciello presented with Movado watches
The Jackpot Hi-5, which became a part of Woodbine's Standardbred nightly betting menu in October, currently offers a carryover pool of $656,386.93. A mandatory payout of the carryover will take place on Saturday evening in the 11th race. An 11-horse has been carded as the finale with a 11:05 p.m. approximate post time.
The Jackpot Hi-5 requires horseplayers to select the first five finishers in exact order on the last race of the program.
The wager, which offers a 20-cent minimum, also has a takeout of 15 per cent, a continent-equalling low.
Woodbine's final winter/spring card is Monday, May 19, before racing shifts to Mohawk Racetrack, beginning on Thursday, May 22.
TORONTO, May 16 - Driver and trainer have substantial leads in the Woodbine driver and trainer standings, respectively, as the winter/spring meet comes to an end on Monday, May 19.
In acknowledgement of their outstanding seasons, both Jamieson and Auciello received Movado watches from Woodbine Entertainment Group after the third race on Friday evening.
Jamieson, a resident of Moffat, currently has 78 WEG victories this season, 18 more than his closest rival, .
Auciello has also separated himself from his rivals in the training standings. The Stouffville resident has 43 victories this season, 12 more than nearest rival, .
Following the conclusion of the meet on Monday, May 19, racing will resume at Mohawk Racetrack in Campbellville, beginning on Thursday, May 22.
by Greg Gangle, for WEG