Scoop6 Races for February 12th 2011

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Saturday, 12th February. They are: –

Race 1 : 1.55 Newbury
Race 2 : 2.10 Warwick
Race 3 : 2.25 Newbury
Race 4 : 3.00 Newbury
Race 5 : 3.10 Warwick
Race 6 : 3.35 Newbury
(Please mention if re-posting these details)

There was no winner of the Scoop6 last Saturday. That is great news for you as the Win fund will start off this Saturday with £76,988 rolled over from last week and the Bonus fund starts at £114,403. Both these totals will grow rapidly as more stakes are placed.

A single winner of the Win and Bonus Funds could scoop around £300,000!

The highlight of tomorrow’s bet sees a field of 23 line-up for the totesport Trophy where Nicky Henderson and Alan King hold strong claims with the likes of Solix, Walkon, Salden Licht and Soldatino. Jonjo O’Neill’s Get Me Out Of Here has been well-supported in recent days and could make a bold bid to land back-to-back renewals of the race.

“This weekend’s totescoop6 is a decent blend of high-class graded action coupled with top-quality handicaps and fortune hunters will be looking to land a pot of well over £300,000,” said totepool spokesman George Primarolo.

Beat the rush and open an account with Totesport bookmakers, the home of the Scoop6, now. They currently have a great promotion running: – Sign up for a free Totesport betting account, using the links on this page, and get a £10 Free Bet!. Full details of this offer can be found on the Totesport site.

Good luck everyone. Remember to return to on Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs and to chat with other Scoop6 players.

3 Responses to “Scoop6 Races for February 12th 2011”

  1. another dollar Says:

    Right got lines
    11,6,2,3,3,4 – 12,7,2,3,14,22

  2. paul Says:

    hi can any one tell me with newbury been abandoned will the scoop 6 be refunded?

  3. Mike Says:

    Paul, the Scoop 6 rules say that if at least one leg is run then they will declare a win and place dividend. This means it is technically possible to turn the Scoop 6 into a Scoop 1. This is clearly absurd and, after the two recent debacles of Scoop 6 reduced legs they MUST change the rules.

    They already recognise that running less than the full 6 legs means they shouldn’t pass winners onto the Bonus fund (quite rightly) and yet they insist on letting rollovers and new money be risked on as few as 1 leg!

    People invest large amounts of money on the Scoop 6 in the hope of large wins. Clearly the risk to return element is important and most people wouldn’t do that if they thought it was going to be declared on 1, 2 or 3 legs only – if you wanted to do that you could take your own doubles or trebles on any leg!

    The Tote must change the rules to ensure that all bets are void unless a minimum of 4 legs are run.

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