Scoop6 Races for January 20th 2018

Totepool have just released the Scoop6 races for this Saturday, 20th January. They are: –

Leg 1 : 12:55 Haydock
Leg 2 :  2:25 Ascot
Leg 3 :  3:00 Ascot
Leg 4 :  3:15 Haydock
Leg 5 :  4:10 Lingfield
Leg 6 :  4:15 Haydock
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There was no winner of the Scoop6 on last Saturday. This is great news for you as the Win fund starts at £66,495 and the bonus fund at £100,122. Both these totals will grow rapidly as more stakes are placed.

totepool predict the combined win and bonus fund could be worth £250,000 with around £125,000 estimated in both the win fund and bonus funds.

Saturday’s six races are spread across three meetings with three hailing from the Peter Marsh Chase card at Haydock, two from the Clarence House meeting at Ascot and a single visit to Lingfield for a race on the all-weather.

In the event that any races that make up the Scoop6 are abandoned or voided then all brought forward amounts will be carried forward to next week’s Scoop6 and therefore will not be included in the calculation of any of this Saturday’s Scoop6 dividends.

totepool spokesman Matt Hulmes said “The Scoop6 pots continue to grow and it remains a cracking value bet for just £2. In case of any abandonments, only the money ploughed into that day’s pot will be up for grabs with all rollover cash heading into the following week.”

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

One Response to “Scoop6 Races for January 20th 2018”

  1. Scoop6 Rich Says:

    Anonymous John scuppered all remaining Scoop6 hopes when landing a 12/1 success at Lingfield this afternoon.

    Thirty eight units remined in the hunt for the £101,263 win fund ahead of the fifth leg before Liam Keniry’s mount struck.

    Earlier in the afternoon wins for the fancied trio Joke Dancer (4/1JF), Jenkins (5/1) and Acting Lass (7/4f) saw 1916 tickets remain at the halfway stage and the win fund appeared very much under threat. The Dutchman put a big dent in punters’ hope when landing the Peter Marsh Chase at 13/2 before Anonymous John wiped out all chance ahead of 20/1 shot Donnas Diamond landing the final leg.

    Totepool spokesman Matt Hulmes said “The Scoop6 looked long odds on to be landed at halfway this Saturday but it proved beyond punters for the third successive week. Cheltenham Trials Day is one of the best stand-alone days racing of the calendar and a £300,000 Scoop6 will also heighten interest in a fantastic afternoon of action.”

    The place fund paid £241.40 and with 72 winning units.

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