Scoop6 Races for March 21st 2020

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Saturday, 21st March. They are: –

Leg 1 - 1:40 Thules
Leg 2 - 2:10 Thules
Leg 3 - 2:40 Thules
Leg 4 - 3:10 Thules
Leg 5 - 3:40 Thules
Leg 6 - 4:10 Thules
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There was no winner of last Saturday’s Scoop6. This is great news for you as the Win fund starts at £80,384 and the bonus fund at £9,634! Both these totals will grow rapidly as more stakes are placed.

This week’s Scoop6 pool is expected to swell to £125,000! Tote predict there will be around £105,000 in the win fund and £20,000 in the bonus fund.

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Gordon Elliott’s Fakiera looks the one to be on in the opener at 1:40pm. He’s bumped into a couple of good horses on his last two starts but this represents a good opportunity to get off the mark. The well-bred Politesse presents the main danger on her hurdles debut.

Later on, Jetz could follow up a fine second to a rejuvenated Charli Parcs by landing the 2:10pm hurdle race over 2m6f. The highly progressive Sizing Pottsie looks primed for a big run in the Grade 3 Novices’ Chase at 3:10pm. In the closing leg an hour later, Myth Buster is taken to leave a poor run behind him and win for Henry De Bromhead and Rachael Blackmore. 

Tote spokesman Kevin O’Malley said: “We can only be thankful to Thurles and their staff for staging this brilliant card on Saturday. There’s plenty of competitive action to enjoy, a wealth of interesting prospects on show and an estimated £105,000 Scoop6 win fund to play for.”

Five of the six races that make up the Scoop6 will be shown live on ITV4 on Saturday.

Good luck everyone. Remember to return to Scoop6.co.uk on Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.

Scoop6 Races for March 14th 2020

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Saturday, 14th March. They are: –

Leg 1 - 2:05 Kempton Park
Leg 2 - 2:25 Uttoxeter
Leg 3 - 2:40 Kempton Park
Leg 4 - 3:00 Uttoxeter
Leg 5 - 3:15 Kempton Park
Leg 6 - 3:35 Uttoxeter BONUS RACE
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There were two winners of last Saturday’s Scoop6, winning £171,696 each! They will aim to take home the £432,524 bonus fund and need to find the winner of the 3:35 Midlands National at Uttoxeter.

If they fail any winners from this week will play for an even bigger bonus fund next Saturday.

The first leg is at Kempton in the Novices’ Handicap Hurdle at 2:05 pm, where 18 have been declared. Last year’s Aintree Bumper winner will be very fancied here, he will have had to sort out his jumping but taking on Eden Du Houx, who would have been second in a decent handicap hurdle at Ascot were it not for a mistake late on, can land the EBF Final.

Uttoxeter hosts Leg 2 at 2:25 pm, where Anthony Honeyball and Philip Hobbs enter the most fancied of the field in Midnight Tune and Musical Slave. Back at Kempton for Leg 3 (2:40 pm) for the Silver Plate where 20 will battle it out for top spot. Downtown Getaway and Who’s My Jockey are expected to lead home the field.

The 3:00 at Uttoxeter (Leg 4) is the Burton Union Handicap Hurdle. JP McManus teams up with Philip Hobbs and Dostal Phil, while Bryony Frost will take the ride on Neil King’s Nordano. Garde La Victoire, Topofthecotswolds and Delire D’Estruval line up in the 3:15 (Leg 5) Silver Bowl Handicap Chase with Nico De Boinville trying to make it two from two on Pistol Whipped.

The final leg is at Uttoxeter with the 3:35 Midlands National. Christmas In April has been teed up for the valuable £84,405 race, after some excellent form this season. He will, however, take on De Rasher Counter, the Ladbrokes Trophy winner. Good luck to the two Bonus hunters.

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All six races that make up the Scoop6 will be shown live on ITV4.

Tote spokesman Angus Robinson said: “Once again, good luck to our Bonus seekers at Uttoxeter. Finding a winner in the Midlands National is always tough but scooping up the £434,524 will be brilliant. The Bonus has been rolling for a while now and it is about time it was won.”

Good luck everyone. Remember to return to Scoop6.co.uk on Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.

Scoop6 Races at the Cheltenham Festival

This year Tote are not running extra Scoop6 pools to coincide with the Cheltenham Festival.

The focus is on Cheltenham Festival Placepot pools that are estimated to reach around £1 MILLION on each day of the festival!

Last year the Placepot on day one of the festival paid out over £90,000 to a £1 stake.

Scoop6 Races for March 7th 2020

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Saturday, 7th March. They are: –

Leg 1 - 1:35 Wolverhampton
Leg 2 - 1:55 Ayr
Leg 3 - 2:10 Wolverhampton
Leg 4 - 2:30 Ayr
Leg 5 - 2:45 Wolverhampton
Leg 6 - 3:05 Ayr
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With last Saturday’s Scoop6 being reduced to 4 legs after the meeting at Newbury was cancelled the rollovers from the previous week have been carried forward to this Saturday. This is great news for you as the Win fund starts at £174,907 and the bonus fund at £372,351! Both these totals will grow rapidly as more stakes are placed.

This week’s Scoop6 pool is expected to swell to £650,000! Tote predict there will be around £250,000 in the win fund and £400,000 in the bonus fund.

Leg 1 of the pool is at 1.35pm in Wolverhampton, where Richard Hannon’s Fox Power bids to stamp his class in this Lincoln trial over the extended mile. Leg 3 (2.10) and 5 (2.45) are also staged at Wolverhampton. At 2.10, look out for Treacherous completing his hat-trick if handling the Tapeta surface, while Hannon could be at the double if Urban Icon can score under Ryan Moore at 2.45. Up in Ayr, the 1.55 could go the way of the consistent Clan Legend, who looks to have strong claims for the Alexanders. In the final leg at 3.05, it’ll be interesting to see how The Dutchman gets on after a long absence, on his first outing for Tristan Davidson.

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All six races that make up the Scoop6 will be shown live on ITV on Saturday.

Tote spokesman Kevin O’Malley said: “An estimated pool of £650,000 is very exciting. A trio of compact fields at Ayr make this a winnable pool and any players lucky enough to scoop the win fund will qualify for a tilt at an enormous £400,000 Bonus fund next weekend.”

There will not be extra Scoop6 pools run to coincide with the Cheltenham Festival this year. The Festival is still likely to have the largest Placepot pools of the year, estimated to top £1 MILLION! See our Cheltenham Festival Placepot page for full details.

Good luck everyone. Remember to return to Scoop6.co.uk on Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.

Friday Scoop6 Races for March 6th 2020

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Friday, 6th March. They are: –

Leg 1: 6:00 Wolverhampton Bonus Race
Leg 2: 6:15 Newcastle
Leg 3: 6:45 Wolverhampton
Leg 4: 7:00 Wolverhampton
Leg 5: 7:30 Wolverhampton 
Leg 6: 8:30 Wolverhampton
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There were two winners of last Friday’s Scoop6, winning £963 each. They will play for the £2,492 bonus fund and need to find the winner of the 6:00 at Wolverhampton. If they fail any winners of Friday’s Scoop6 will play for a larger bonus next Friday.

Good luck everyone. Remember to return to Scoop6.co.uk on Friday and Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.

Scoop6 Races for February 29th 2020

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Saturday, 29th February. They are: –

Leg 1 - 1:50 Doncaster
Leg 2 - 2:05 Newbury
Leg 3 - 2:25 Doncaster
Leg 4 - 2:45 Kelso
Leg 5 - 3:15 Newbury
Leg 6 - 3:35 Doncaster
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With last Saturday’s Scoop6 being reduced to 5 legs after the meeting at Newcastle was cancelled the rollovers from the previous week have been carried forward to this Saturday. This is great news for you as the Win fund starts at £174,907 and the bonus fund at £372,351! Both these totals will grow rapidly as more stakes are placed.

This week’s Scoop6 pool is expected to swell to £650,000! Tote predict there will be around £250,000 in the win fund and £400,000 in the bonus fund.

The Scoop6 kicks off at 1:50 in Doncaster, where the ultra-consistent Blackjack Kentucky bids to continue his progression for trainer Paul Nicholls. Veteran Joe Farrell has fair claims in Leg 2 at Newbury at 2:05, while Dolos was very impressive at Sandown last time out and can add to Paul Nicholls’ tally in Leg 3 at 2:25 up in Doncaster. Leg 6 is the Grimthorpe Chase at 3:35, where Caroline Bailey and James Bowen team up with Boldmere, who can bounce back to form having fallen at Wetherby last time out. We also have Leg 4 action from Kelso at 2:45pm, where Nicholls once again holds a strong hand with progressive five-year-old Calva D’Auge.

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All six races that make up the Scoop6 will be shown live on ITV on Saturday.

Tote spokesman Kevin O’Malley said: “The Scoop6 has rolled now for the third consecutive week. An estimated pool of £650,000 is very exciting. Any players lucky enough to scoop the win fund will qualify for a tilt at an enormous £400,000 Bonus fund next weekend.”

Good luck everyone. Remember to return to Scoop6.co.uk on Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.

Friday Scoop6 Races for February 28th 2020

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Friday, 28th February. They are: –

Leg 1: 6:00 Dundalk
Leg 2: 6:15 Newcastle
Leg 3: 6:45 Newcastle
Leg 4: 7:00 Dundalk
Leg 5: 7:30 Dundalk 
Leg 6: 8:30 Dundalk
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There was no winner of last Friday’s Scoop6. That means the Win fund starts with a £1,350 rollover this week and the bonus fund starts at £2,286. These totals will grow as more stakes are placed.

Good luck everyone. Remember to return to Scoop6.co.uk on Friday and Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.

Scoop6 Races for February 22nd 2020

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Saturday, 22nd February. They are: –

Leg 1 - 1:50 Kempton
Leg 2 - 2:05 Lingfield
Leg 3 - 2:25 Kempton
Leg 4 - 2:45 Newcastle
Leg 5 - 3:02 Kempton
Leg 6 - 3:35 Kempton
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There was no winner of last Saturday’s Scoop6. This is great news for you as the Win fund starts at £174,907 and the bonus fund at £372,351! Both these totals will grow rapidly as more stakes are placed.

This week’s Scoop6 pool is expected to swell to £650,000! Tote predict there will be around £250,000 in the win fund and £400,000 in the bonus fund.

With the weather finally relenting this week, Kempton Park and Newcastle are all set to host the feature jumping action. Leg 1 of the pool is at 1:50pm, where Solo and Fujimoto Flyer go head to head in the Adonis Juvenile Hurdle. A pair of very interesting French recruits, it will be interesting to see how they perform here with the Triumph Hurdle now firmly in-view.

The Eider Chase up in Newcastle at 2:45pm (Leg 4) will be a gruelling affair over the extended four mile trip. Evan Williams is enjoying a fine season, perhaps his assured stayer Prime Venture can go well despite the burden of top weight.

If you are lucky enough to get through to the final leg at 3:35pm back down in Kempton Park, a challenging 14-runner handicap chase over three miles awaits. Alan King’s Grand National hope Talkischeap must enter considerations, while Henry Daly’s Whatmore looks dangerously weighted off 10st 5lb.

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Tote spokesman Kevin O’Malley said: “The Scoop6 has rolled now for the third consecutive week. An estimated pool of £650,000 is very exciting and we think the six chosen legs on Saturday represent an achievable puzzle for punters to solve. Any players lucky enough to scoop the win fund will qualify for a tilt at an enormous £400,000 Bonus fund next weekend.”

All six races that make up the Scoop6 will be shown live on ITV4 on Saturday.

Good luck everyone. Remember to return to Scoop6.co.uk on Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.

Friday Scoop6 Races for February 21st 2020

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Friday, 21st February. They are: –

Leg 1: 5:15 Wolverhampton
Leg 2: 5:45 Wolverhampton
Leg 3: 6:30 Dundalk
Leg 4: 7:30 Dundalk
Leg 5: 7:45 Wolverhampton
Leg 6: 8:00 Dundalk
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There was one winner of last Friday’s Scoop6 who won £20,833.

Good luck everyone. Remember to return to Scoop6.co.uk on Friday and Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.

The Tote is Back!

Today, the UK Tote Group have announced the launch of the Tote’s new website which provides customers with a new dedicated digital pool betting experience for horseracing.

The new site is available on desktop and mobile and seeks to provide customers with a greatly enhanced experience when placing single and multileg bets with the Tote.

The website will continue to undergo development and improvements with extra features being added. Any new customers signing up will receive a £10 risk free bet.

Alongside this development comes a seismic change in the pool betting offering which means customers can be assured they will be better off betting with the Tote.

The new ‘Tote Guarantee’ ensures the Tote will always match the industry Starting Price (SP) or pay the pool price if the latter is bigger than the SP on all Win bets placed on the Tote website.

Tote Guarantee has also been trialled on racecourses throughout February. This will continue at the following upcoming meetings:

  • Wednesday 19th February: Doncaster 
  • Friday 21st February: Wolverhampton
  • Saturday 22nd February: Newcastle 
  • Monday 24th February: Wolverhampton
  • Wednesday 26th February: Wincanton
  • Friday 28th February: Doncaster, Newbury and Newcastle 
  • Saturday 29th February: Doncaster, Newbury and Kelso 

In 2019 the Tote Win beat SP on the winner of 2,887 races in the UK and on winning horses priced over 12/1 the Tote Win paid more than the SP 66% of the time. In the 2019 Randox Health Grand National the Tote offered a bigger price on 39 of the 40 runners, including two-time winner Tiger Roll.

The new website and launch of Tote Guarantee come three months after the UK Tote Group completed its acquisition of the Tote in October 2019 and follows on from the successful return of Tote Ten to Follow in a new digital format.

This is the start of an exciting new era for the Tote and racing fans can expect numerous further developments from the Tote in the coming months. These include bigger placepot pools which will open earlier for feature meetings, including for the upcoming 2020 Cheltenham Festival; a far more data rich betting experience with a new Tote Blog and greater access to live betting information in new graphical format and the development of a new Tote App to be launched in the summer.

Mark Kemp, UK Tote Group Managing Director, said: “Racing fans and customers are at the heart of everything we are doing at the Tote. We have listened to feedback through our Tote Town Halls and want to ensure betting with the Tote is an exciting, fun and safe experience for all which offers the best possible value. Central to this is the launch of the new website and Tote Guarantee which are major innovations for the pool betting experience.

“The Tote offers unique multileg bets, including the placepot and jackpot, and we are focused on providing greater transparency about the size of the pools and related data to help customers make informed betting choices. This is just the start of the new era for the Tote. We have numerous new developments to roll out in the coming weeks and months during what promises to be a really exciting time for the Tote.”

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