Scoop6 expands into 2013 Cheltenham Festival with Super Scoop6 offering12th March 2013 / lee
The Scoop6 horse racing betting is running at the 2013 Cheltenham Festival this week as they new version kicks off. This is the Super Scoop6 which will be featured at major festivals this year, beginning with the 2013 Cheltenham festival. The Super Scoop6 will be similar to the regular Scoop6, but the big difference will be shootout fund (the equivalent of the Bonus Fund) is operated.
Alongside the regular Scoop6 on a Saturday, festival meetings at Cheltenham, Aintree, Ascot, Goodwood and York will all feature the Super Scoop6. Instead of the weekly bonus fund for the week’s previous winners to have a crack at, anyone who wins one of the Super Scoop6 rounds, will enter into the Super Scoop6 Shootout at the end of the flat season, on November 9th at Doncaster.
The Super Scoop6 Saturday Shootout will consist of three races and all of the previous Super Scoop 6 winners will get to pick their winners for those three Doncaster races. For each ticket winning the first race of the Shootout an equal share of a 5% dividend of the total fund will be paid out. For a winner of both the first and second races, an equal share of a 20% dividend will be paid out and for anyone who lands all three winners will take an equal share of 75% of the Shootout Fund.
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.
Check out online betting site Totesport for superb Scoop6 horse racing betting action.
What happens if there are no winners of the Super Scoop6? Then the fund simply rolls over until next season. This is a great way to get some extra action on the exciting Scoop6 which can pay out huge rewards for just a small stake. There is extra action this week on the Super Scoop6 at the Cheltenham Festival.