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Tote Scoop6 fund could top £500,000 this Saturday

A massive £500,000 is estimated to be in the in the Tote Scoop6 Win and Bonus funds tomorrow, after the prize rolled for a second consecutive week last Saturday.

Weather watchers will be keeping fingers crossed with all National Hunt meetings subject to inspections, including Ascot, the venue for this week’s first leg.

Nicky Henderson’s Pym has looked imperious since being upped to three miles. He will be fancied to take Patricia Pugh’s colours into the winner’s enclosure for a second Saturday running. Sam Brown has shown he can deploy a remorseless gallop in his two winning runs since a return from injury and might prove his biggest threat.

Ascot provides two more of our Scoop6 races this week with punters required to solve both the Keltbray Swinley Chase at 2:25pm and the subsequent handicap hurdle at 3:00pm.

For those feeling adventurous, the latter contest is this week’s Tote Trifecta Rollover race. For anyone who can pick the first three home, there’s an estimated £130,000 in the pool.

Veterans Regal Encore and Jolly’s Cracked It are both at home at the Berkshire track with seven victories at the venue between them, though the younger legs in opposition may just stop them adding to their tallies.

The remaining Tote Scoop6 legs come from Haydock. The Rendelsham Hurdle and the Victor Ludorum must be solved if bettors are to land the estimated £140,000 Win fund.

Though both are reasonably small runner affairs, picking the winner will be no mean feat. The Worlds End looks to have conditions to suit, but Warren Greatrex’s Emitom remains highly regarded as he continues on the comeback trail at 2:05pm.

Haydock’s Grand National Trial is the final leg of this week’s Scoop6 and it looks a particularly competitive end to proceedings. Yala Enki has looked rejuvenated since joining Paul Nicholls and the forecast heavy conditions could see him improve on fourth in the race last year. But with no winning favourite in the race since 2013, it might pay to side with one of the outsiders on Merseyside. 

Tote spokesman, Ben Stones said: “The Scoop6 fund has rolled to extremely exciting levels with no one able to solve the puzzle for the last two weeks. Should the Win fund be won, those lucky individuals will have a shot at a monster Bonus fund next week.”

Saturdays Scoop6 Races

1:50 -  Ascot

2:05 -  Haydock

2:25 -  Ascot

2:40 -  Haydock

3:00 -  Ascot

3:15 -  Haydock