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Carole’s Carries Huge Scoop6 Pots into 2019

Carole’s Destrier won a cracking renewal of the Mandarin Chase at Newbury this afternoon, although it was to the dismay of Scoop6 punters who were out of luck once again but do have huge pots to aim at in the New Year.

The win fund had reached £829,983 by the time the flag rose for the opening contest at Doncaster, while the bonus fund had risen to £637,448. This is estimated to hit £2million in the opening bet of 2019.

The first leg at Doncaster went to Harry Skelton on board Flash The Steel who won at 6/1, before a couple of 12/1 winners in Speaker Connolly and Treackle Tart meant only 239 of the 388,365 units who had played the Scoop6 remained at the half way stage.

This was reduced further still to 25 units when I’m A Game Changer landed the fourth leg at Newbury at 13/2 before Carole’s Destrier, another winner at 12/1, struck.

Totepool spokesman Matt Hulmes said “The Scoop6 has proved punters’ nemesis in the closing weeks of 2018, but the opening Saturday of 2019 could prove very exciting with an estimated £2million in combined funds to shoot for.”

The place fund paid £528.90 and was won by 257 units.

Saturday   29th   December   2018

Win                   Not Won                   rollover £ 829,983

Place                £ 528.90                     257 winners

Bonus              Not Won                   rollover £ 637,447


Leg 1, Doncaster       11.50 pm –  3, 7F, 6

Leg 2, Leopardstown 12.10 pm –  3, 6, 1

Leg 3, Doncaster       1.30 pm –  5, 8, 6 

Leg 4, Newbury         1.50 pm -  2, 3, 5F

Leg 5, Newbury         2.25 pm –  3, 4, 8

Leg 6, Leopardstown 3.05 pm –  10, 4, 14

Win Fund units left after leg 1         53,036

Win Fund units left after leg 2         3,727

Win Fund units left after leg 3         239

Win Fund units left after leg 4         25  

Win Fund units left after leg 5         0