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Scoop6 Races

This page is updated with the latest Scoop6 race details as soon as they become available. Check this page each Friday to get a head start on picking your selections for the Saturday big bet.

The Scoop6 races for Saturday 25th January will be posted here.
They will be annouced around midday on Friday 24th January. Please check back later to get all the details.

Scoop6 Races for January 18th 2020

Tote have just released the Scoop6 races for this Saturday, 18th January. They are: –

Leg 1: 1:50 Ascot
Leg 2: 2:05 Haydock
Leg 3: 2:25 Ascot
Leg 4: 2:40 Haydock
Leg 5: 3:00 Ascot
Leg 6: 3:15 Haydock
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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 £38,503 and the bonus fund at ££271,818! Both these totals will grow rapidly as more stakes are placed.

This week’s Scoop6 pool is expected to swell to £375,000. Tote predict there will be around £85,000 in the win fund and £290,000 in the bonus fund.

The pool opens in the 1.50pm at Ascot, where Oliver Sherwood’s mare Papagana bids to build on a fine effort in Grade 1 company at the track last time out. At 2.25pm, we’ll get to see if the highly touted French recruit Pic D’Orhy can stage his coming out party for Paul Nicholls. This five-year-old is on a lofty enough BHA rating based on what he’s actually achieved on the track thus far, but he carries a good reputation and we’ll find out where we are with him in this race.

Tote spokesman Kevin O’Malley said: “We have some competitive handicaps in the mix on Saturday, but with the biggest field only housing eleven horses, there are no real banana skin races. We’d expect punters to have a good go at this win fund, anyone managing to negotiate the six leg pool unscathed would set up an exciting tilt at a hefty Bonus fund on Cheltenham Trials Day.”

All of the races will be shown live on ITV4.

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

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