Paddy Power customer on London Kings Road wins £1,342,599 as eight share massive Scoop6 payday

Alan King trained the winner of Leg 6 of the Scoop6 on Saturday.

Alan King trained the winner of Leg 6 of the Scoop6 on Saturday which was won by Chatez.

By Simon Jackson.

A customer in Paddy Power’s betting shop on the Kings Road bagged £1,342,599 as one of eight individual winners of the massive Scoop6 pot that was won on Saturday.

The Scoop6 offers punters the chance to win huge sums for a £2.00 stake from six televised races on Saturdays. The pot rolls over to the next week if it is not won. It had attracted a huge following in recent weeks as the prize money continued to grow.

The winner, a London-based credit controller who hails from Dundee, has requested anonymity and admitted he thought he had lost when he checked the results and saw that one of his selections – March in the 3.10pm race at Haydock – was not in the first three. But as March was a non-runner, his bet went on to winning favourite Joyeuse.

“I checked the results and when March wasn’t in the frame thought, ‘Oh well that’s that,’” he said after the Alan King-trained Chatez had won the sixth and last leg in the hands of Fergus Sweeney.

“I don’t know why, but just before I binned the ticket I thought I’d check the non-runners just in case and I’m glad I did!”

The Kings Road punter now has the chance to go for an additional bonus fund of £5,481,763 on next Saturday’s selected race.

Scoop 6 Breakdown – May 24, 2014
After Leg 1 – 2:05 Haydock: Bear Behind               238,627 live tickets
After Leg 2 – 2:50 Catterick: Conry                          21,682        – ” –
After Leg 3 – 2:55 Goodwood: Wee Jean               2,162          – ” –
After Leg 4 – 3:10 Haydock: Joyeuse                      646             – ” –
After Leg 5 – 3:25 Catterick: Jonny Cavagin          122             – ” –
After Leg 6 – 3:45 Haydock: Chatez                        Eight winning tickets

Read ‘Horse Talk with Simon Jackson’ at London24 for the latest horse racing news.

 

 

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