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Scottsville Pick 6 – Where’s The Banker?

Pool set to hit R3,5 million

Saturday’s Sprint Festival raceday Pick 6 has been boosted by a net carryover of R500 000 and is expected to reach R3,5 million.

It looks a tough one to get right and starts in the fourth race at 13h35.

As usual, it will all hinge on the structure of your bet – what to banker where?

The Jackpot on the same afternoon has been boosted by a net carryover of R100 000 and is expected to reach R1 million. It starts in the fifth race at 14h10.

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Superquick Singforafa – can she go all the way in Jackpot opener? (Pic – Candiese Marnewick)

The eighth race Quartet pool has been boosted by a net carryover of R100 000 and is expected to reach R500 000. It is off at 16h05.

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9 comments on “Scottsville Pick 6 – Where’s The Banker?


    I’m banking Samsonite in the top-class MR66 handicap – Race 9

    His destined for greatness

  2. Yugen says:

    Woodstock Festival
    Marcus to open and close the P6

  3. Navin says:

    Banker Schippers

  4. Deezo says:

    Race 5 .No 16 Yessiricanboogie. A very fast filly. Top bet at 20/1

  5. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Carry over P6″ s – always add nice outsider in 1st leg (8)Kingsmead

    1. Editor says:

      Shot Cecil – showing your vast experience there – you must be cruising at R29 a win?
      Nice one and brave choice with a first ride apprentice!

  6. espresso says:

    Woodstock Festival looks the right one on form and Marcus an added bonus but won’t leave Drier’s Mac N Scar out of the p6

  7. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Thank You Mr Ed, it is the 4Kg claim that caught my attention. Happy for Michael and the new kid.
    5 legs to go….


    Well done Cecil ! Thank you

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