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Triumphant Trio take Scoop6 pot following Dramatic Photo in Finale

Following 10 weeks of rollovers, the Scoop6 was finally landed this weekend as three tickets each won £643,903.40 thanks to Closing Ceremony landing a dramatic finale at Haydock.

The Emma Lavelle trained ten-year-old got the better of a photo with Silva Eclipse, who was covered by 13 tickets, after three miles at the Merseyside track. Scoop6 SuperClub were on the second and managed 40 place lines on the day, plus 10 per cent cashback on stakes.

One of the three tickets was a Betfred customer who placed a £2 straight line.

As they jumped for the first of six legs, the win fund had reached £1,931,710.50 while the bonus pot had breached the million barrier mark too and was worth £1,030,922 following £1,346,598 being bet into the fund this weekend.

Both the opening two legs went the way of 7/1 shots, and both were family affairs. Silver Quay won the first at Taunton in easy fashion for the father/daughter combination of Jimmy and Bryony Frost before the mother and son team of Mags and Danny Mullins struck at Navan with Agusta Gold. 

That meant 10,555 of the 673,299 units made it to leg three which went the way of the well handicapped 7/2f Goose Man to leave 3,004 units dreaming of the huge win fund with three races remaining.

Cyrname routed the opposition in leg four by 21 lengths to leave 403 in with a shout of the pot before Wakanda toughed it out in the Peter Marsh Chase at 6/1 and send 52 units into the final leg at Haydock where Closing Ceremony struck.

Totepool spokesman Matt Hulmes said “Congratulations to the three Scoop6 winners this afternoon. It was a dramatic final leg as the judge took a while to separate Closing Ceremony and Silva Eclipse in the Haydock dusk, but it was to the delight of a triumphant trio, and the dismay of an unlucky thirteen. The three winners will now set their sights on adding the £1,030,922 bonus fund to their winning haul by finding the winner of a nominated race next Saturday.”

The place fund was won by 2077 units and paid £113.40.

Saturday   19th   January   2019

Today’s turnover £ 1,346,598

Win                   £ 643,903.40             3 winners    

Place                £ 113.40                     2,077 winners                       

Bonus              Not Won                   rollover £ 1,030,921


Leg 1, Taunton          1.05 pm –  10, 8F, 1, 13  N/R 11

Leg 2, Navan              1.35 pm –  14, 5, 10

Leg 3, Navan              2.10 pm –  6F, 18, 12, 8                       

Leg 4, Ascot              3.00 pm -  3, 10, 9

Leg 5, Haydock         3.15 pm –  4, 5, 12

Leg 6, Haydock         4.15 pm –  4, 9, 3

Win Fund units left after leg 1         97,573

Win Fund units left after leg 2         10,555

Win Fund units left after leg 3         3,004

Win Fund units left after leg 4         403  

Win Fund units left after leg 5         52