Record-breaking Scoop6

  • Last Updated: May 23 2014, 13:09 BST

This Saturday's totescoop6 will see the biggest ever betting prize offered on a British racecourse when the pools are expected to exceed £15m.

The six races that make up this momentous bet have been split between Catterick, Goodwood and Haydock.

The win fund currently stands at £6,874,345 having evaded punters for 12 weeks, whilst the bonus pot is worth £3,824,712 after rolling over for the best part of nine months.

The bet's organisers totepool are predicting £10m will be staked by punters by the time the first leg goes off at 2:05, which would see the win fund hit £10m and the bonus surpass £5m.

Thousands of first time players are expected to throw their hat into the ring after the Scoop6 drew nationwide attention when £8 punter Joe McGuire narrowly missed out on a £6.8m payout in a gripping final leg at Thirsk last weekend.

Joe will be in attendance at Haydock as a guest of Betfred boss Fred Done, who has generously offered him a free £1000 crack at this weekend's Scoop6.

With such a vast amount of money up for grabs there is a genuine chance tomorrow's Scoop6 could create the biggest winner in British betting history. The existing record holder is Stuart Boland, who pocketed a whopping £1,132,657 in a Betfred shop on the Scoop6 in November 2004.

Betfred boss Fred Done said: "When I first bought the Tote these were the days I was dreaming of - a bet that could capture the attention of the whole country and not just the racing world.

"The bet is now bigger than the National Lottery and a real life changing sum, it's the reason the bet was first introduced. I want the Scoop6 to make millionaires."

totescoop6 races - 24/05/2014

Leg 1: 2:05 Haydock

Leg 2: 2:50 Catterick

Leg 3: 2:55 Goodwood

Leg 4: 3:10 Haydock

Leg 5: 3:25 Catterick

Leg 6: 3:45 Haydock

totescoop6 rollovers - 24/05/2014

Win: £6,874,345

Bonus: £3,824,712

Combined: £10,699,057

totejackpot - 24/05/2014


totetrifecta rollover race - 24/05/2014

3:45 Haydock

totejackpot - 25/05/2014