Scoop 6 Races and Tips

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Scoop 6 Races and Tips

The Scoop 6 Races for Saturday, 18th March 2023:

1.50 Uttoxeter
2.05 Kempton
2.25 Uttoxeter
2.40 Kempton
3.00 Uttoxeter
3.35 Uttoxeter

Saturday, 18th March: Scoop 6 Selections

Leg Race Selection
Leg 1 1.50 Uttoxeter Hitching Jacking
Leg 2 2.05 Kempton Outlaw Pete
Leg 3 2.25 Uttoxeter Wilde About Oscar
Leg 4 2.40 Kempton Mister Fisher
Leg 5 3.00 Uttoxeter The Galloping Bear
Leg 6 3.35 Uttoxeter Super Survivor

The Scoop 6 pool is divided into three separate funds, the win fund, the bonus fund, and the place fund. If successful, the lucky backer will win a share of the Scoop 6, win pool, which can grow in excess of £1 million.

After this, the ‘winner’ gets the chance to play for the Scoop 6 Bonus Fund by picking the winner of a nominated race the following Saturday. Punters’ can still be a winner even if they fail to select all six winners if the selections hit the frame in each of the six races, they claim a place dividend. This prize can sometimes pay more than £1,000.

If there is no winner on a particular Saturday, the pool is rolled over, a bit like the Lottery. So just like the Lottery, there is regularly a massive prize fund up for grabs. Remember, it costs just £2 to take part and the majority of the Scoop six races are live on ITV.

Scoop 6 in one of the most exciting pool bets in the arena of sports betting and can be played every Saturday. The Scoop 6 is easy to play at a number of online bookies but the safest bet is to sign up with the Tote who invented the concept, handle the pools for UK and Irish horse racing and run the bet weekly.

We will try to find a suitable selection for each race from our experts each week and hopefully help you land the Scoop 6.

Please note, if any of the races are abandoned, the Scoop 6 will run on the remaining races, but none of the rollovers will be valid. The bet would run as a standalone bet with just the money taken that day into that pool being redistributed as prizes.


Scoop 6 - Saturday, 18th March 2023

LEG 1: 1.50 Uttoxeter – Hitching Jacking (#3)

Off the mark for connections when landing the spoils over CD back in December, beating 13 rivals and Saladam by six lengths before another victory at Wetherby. Can give a good account on handicap debut. 

LEG 2: 2.05 Kempton – Outlaw Pete (#5)

Winner of his maiden in May over CD, beating Kilfilum Woods as the 30/100f on good ground. Has a couple of novice hurdle victories to his name at Exeter and when last seen at Wincanton earlier this month. 

LEG 3: 2.25 Uttoxeter – Wilde About Oscar (#7)

Won at this venue two years ago, beating eight rivals by three-quarters of a length as the 9/5f. Ran well in defeat at Sandown last month in a first-time tongue tie in a Grade 3 contest on good to soft ground.

LEG 4: 2.40 Kempton – Mister Fisher (#2)

Beat Eldorado Allen in the Grade 2 Silviniaco Conti Chase over CD a little over 12 months ago as the 15/8f. On a losing run of six at the moment, including failing to finish on three occasions. First run since a wind-op, which may encourage a revival.

LEG 5: 3.00 Uttoxeter – The Galloping Bear (#3)

Ran well in defeat in the Eider Handicap chase at Newcastle last month, finishing second of the 13 runners beaten two-and-a-half lengths by Kitty’s Light. Can improve on that effort over this 4m2f marathon trip. 

LEG 6: 3.35 Uttoxeter – Super Survivor (#4)

Not out of the first two in his last six starts, including victories at Doncaster, Carlisle and when last seen at Chepstow in December beating five rivals by five lengths at odds of 85/40. Looks a progressive type and merits plenty of respect.    

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