Four winners claim the Scoop6 Prize Fund on Saturday25th February 2013 / lee
Again the Scoop6 horse racing betting produced some winners this week as four correct selections walked away with over £30,000 each. Following a £54,000 carry over from last week’s Win Fund, there was a prize fund going this week of nearly £110,000 pound. Saturday’s action on the Scoop6 came from Kempton Park, Newcastle and Lingfield Park. It all kicked off at Lingfield where over 8,000 tickets were still in the running as Jack My Boy crossed the line first in the 1:55 and following that it was all about the favourites for the next three races.
Irish Saint in the 2:05 at Kempton, Mwaleshi at the 2:20 at Newcastle and Master Overseer in the 2:55 at Newcastle all went off as favourites and delivered the goods. At the end of the fourth race, there were still a very hefty 3,912 tickets left in the hunt for the Scoop6 prize fund. For the majority of them, it all went wrong in the fifth race of the sixth, the 3:50 at Kempton Park, where favourite Wyck Hill didn’t even get to place. With him, along with Rolling Aces being so heavily backed, there had been just 152 tickets riding on winner Opening Batsman.
They all went forward to the final race of the day, hoping for a big share of the Prize Fund, but favourite Katkeau was backed in the majority and blew a lot of hopes as he could only manage second in the 4:25 at Kempton. It was Baby Shine who took the win, and with just four tickets on him, it meant that the Prize Fund was shared between those lucky four, taking £30,923 each. On the Scoop6 Place Fund there were 1197 correct selections, each winning £32.90 for their day’s picks.
A £2 stake is all it will take for you to have a crack at the Scoop6 big prizes. The Tote will announce the six races which make up the Scoop6 day on a Saturday and punters can use their horse racing knowledge and experience to try and pick out the six winners of each of the featured races.
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