Friday, August 15, 2003
£100,000 IN ROLLOVERS LAUNCH SCOOP6 SATURDAY
Despite returning a record Bonus Prize fund dividend of £853,000 last Saturday, the possibility of another six figure payout is on the cards again tomorrow as more than £100,000 lines the combined Win and Bonus Prize fund when the pools open in the morning.
A rollover of £72,845 sits in the Win fund, while £31,219-which cannot be won tomorrow-lines the Bonus Prize fund.
"The last couple of months has seen interest in the Scoop6 rocket to record levels, and while there may not be a £1 million rollover this Saturday, we've undoubtedly introduced a few new players to the bet over the last few weeks who will hopefully be playing again tomorrow," said Tote spokesman Jeremy Scott.
"A single winner tomorrow would be able to enjoy a juicy six-figure payout, with the possibility of coming back next week to take their total winnings to around £200,000!"
Saturday's Scoop6 legs are:
leg 1 - 1.55 Newmarket
leg 2 - 2.25 Newmarket
leg 3 - 2.40 Newbury
leg 4 - 3.10 Newbury
leg 5 - 3.30 Ripon
leg 6 - 3.40 Newbury
RYAN MOORES LANDS RIDE OF THE MONTH AWARD
Ryan Moore has been awarded July's Daily Telegraph Ride of the Month award in association with Channel4 attheraces.
The Daily Telegraph readers and attheraces viewers voted Ryan the winner for his ride on Cap Ferret in the 1m2 f claiming stakes at Haydock on July 5th 2003.
Ryan was put forward for the award after dead heating with David Allen to win the ride of the week award on Sunday attheraces. However voters nominated Moore the over all monthly winner for his efforts on Cap Ferret who he had to push from flag fall to win the race by a length. Moore who is has ridden over 40 winners this season and is based with the Richard Hannon stable was delighted to have won this month's award.
The award is just one element of The Daily Telegraph's wide-ranging support of racing including sponsoring the leading jockey's at both the Cheltenham Festival and Martell Cognac Grand National Meeting.
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