Scoop6 rollover set to hit £10m
There will be a £10m totescoop6 next weekend after Ballyglasheen stayed on dourly to win the Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle at Haydock under Paul Moloney.
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The Evan Williams-trained four-year-old was the solitary uncovered horse in the race and eliminated all 207 of the remaining tickets.
Turnover was once again incredibly strong, with a remarkable £3,653,178 - up £225,464 on last weekend - invested by Scoop6 punters.
The rollover is the tenth on the bounce and means punters can set their sights on a win fund of £4,575,175 and a bonus fund of £2,839,354 at the start of business next Saturday.
Andrew Griffiths, spokesman for totepool, said: "The totescoop6 never ceases to amaze.
"Ballyglasheen was the only horse not covered in the fifth leg and he spoiled the party in spectacular fashion.
"It all adds up to an astronomical £10m Scoop6 next weekend."
Win: No winners
Place: £1,065 - 686 winners