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 on Saturday for live updates as the Scoop6 runs.

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