The Scoop6 returns with the races for this Saturday, 6th June now released by Tote. They are: –
Leg 1 - 1:50 Newmarket Leg 2 - 2:05 Newcastle Leg 3 - 2:25 Newmarket Leg 4 - 2:40 Newcastle Leg 5 - 3:00 Newmarket Leg 6 - 3:35 Newmarket (Please mention scoop6.co.uk if re-posting these details)
There was no winner of the last Scoop6 that took place on March 21st . This is great news for you as the Win fund starts at £121,868 and the bonus fund at £24,395! Both these totals will grow rapidly as more stakes are placed.
This week’s Scoop6 pool is expected to swell to £170,000! Tote predict there will be around £140,000 in the win fund and £30,000 in the bonus fund.
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The 3:35pm at Newmarket is the feature betting heat of the weekend and also Leg 6 in the Scoop6 pool, which also contains three supporting races at the track and two quality contests in Newcastle. It is also the Trifecta Rollover contest, which is one of the best kept secrets in racing when the bonus fund rolls. This week, the Trifecta Rollover is estimated at £40,000 for the 2000 Guineas.
Tote spokesman Kevin O’Malley said: “We’re thrilled to have UK racing back and the Scoop6 is a staple of the Saturday punter. This week’s re-starting pool is healthy and well worth a go for as little as £2, covering top notch action throughout the afternoon.”
O’Malley added: “Pinatubo is the star of the show. Provided Charlie Appleby’s colt has trained on physically, he could be 10% off on fitness and still win this on last season’s juvenile form. It never is that simple though and as usual, there are an array of horses with impressive profiles in opposition, along with tactics and track biases to consider.”
All six races will be shown live on ITV, making it great time to enjoy an afternoon of Scoop6 action.
Good luck everyone. Remember to return to Scoop6.co.uk on Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.