Scoop6 bonus fund rollover
This weekend's totescoop6 bonus fund was not won after the only winner of last Saturday's scoop6 win fund failed to come forward to attempt to win the bonus - the first time in the history of the bet that the winner has failed to register in time to play for the bonus fund.
All scoop6 win fund winners have the chance to play for the bonus fund by picking the winner of the selected bonus race the following weekend, but as the customer did not even attempt to go for yesterday's bonus, a total of £278,202 rolls over to next weekend. This will increase further as yesterday's win fund (now £62,314) was not won, meaning the bonus fund cannot be won next weekend and Saturday's scoop6 could be worth up to £500,000.
Last Saturday's winner, whose betting slip was nonetheless still worth £394,487, was finally located on Saturday - albeit it was too late for Thomas Galligan to attempt to win the bonus fund. Indeed, Mr Galligan (pictured with his daughter Amber who placed the best on his behalf) was unaware of his win last Saturday after not realising that his initial selection - Vocational in the 2.25 at Ayr - was a non-runner and that this meant his pick then switched to the unnamed favourite - Angels Will Fall - which won the race.
To take a shot this Saturday, head to Bet365, BetVictor, Paddy Power, Betfred or Totepool, who all have online scoop6 race cards. A single entry costs just £2 and you can win by picking 6 winners from the 6 selected races each Saturday - although your chances are increased by perming (nominating more than one horse in some or all races).
For example, if you nominate 2 horses in all 6 of the races your investment will be 2x2x2x2x2x2, which is 64 lines and a total stake of £128. Or nominate 2 horses in just 2 of the 6 races and your investment will be 1x1x1x1x2x2 = 4 lines and a stake of £8.