Racenews - uk horseracingRacenews Newslink Archive click here for...

 

Friday, July 4, 2003



BET365 EARLY PRICES FOR TOMORROW




bet365 Old Newton Cup: 11/2 Global Challenge, 13/2 Manoubi, 7 Prins Willem, 8 Waverley, 9 Collier Hill, 10 Loweswater, 11 Shabernak, 12 Counsels Opinion, Canada, 14 Gentleman Venture, 18 Palamedes, 20 Vintage Premium, Sun Bird, 25 Medallist, Tandava, 33 Champion Lion, Octane, Indian Solitaire, Petrula, 50 Sono.


Each-Way ¼ 1-2-3-4 - Best Odds Guaranteed

bet365 Lancashire Oaks: 6/4 Time Ahead, 5 Hammiya, 6 Santa Sophia, 7 Treble Heights, 10 Prompt Payment, Salim Toto, 14 Flying Wanda, 16 Rich Affair, 20 Landinium, Place Rouge, 25 New Orchid, 100 Jubilee.


Each Way ¼ 1-2-3

Coral Eclipse: 2 Nayef, 4 Islington, 6 Norse Dancer, 8 Falbrav, 9 Hold That Tiger, 10 Grandera, 12 Balestrini, 14 Delsarte, 22 Olden Times, 25 Dutch Gold, 33 Victory Moon, Comfy, 66 Izdiham, Kaieteur, 100 Narrative.


Each Way ¼ 1-2-3

Tote Scoop6 Handicap: 9/2 Funfair, 6 Lafi, 7 Adekshan, 8 Pentecost, 9 Takes Tutu, Excellento, 10 Pretence, 11 Unshakable, 12 Heretic, 14 Putra Pekan, 20 Royal Dignitary, Ryme Intrinseca, 25 Lady Bear, Climate, 28 Cornelius, 33 Calcutta, 40 King's Ironbridge, 50 Omaha City.


Each-Way ¼ 1-2-3-4



WILL WE SEE THE FIRST EVER SCOOP6 MILLIONAIRE?




History could be made tomorrow on the Tote Scoop6 when two winners from last Saturday have the chance to take their total winnings beyond the £1 million barrier and in doing so become the biggest ever winner of the big Saturday bet.


Last Saturday saw the third biggest pool in the history of the bet when more than £1 million was pumped into the already burgeoning pools. The result was a Win fund dividend paying £606,575 to two lucky winners, a Tote Credit customer from Merseyside who invested £48 and a Coral shop punter from North Yorkshire who invested £24. The two now have the opportunity to add all or a half share of the £540,359 Bonus Prize fund to their haul tomorrow.


"It could be prove to be a memorable day on the Scoop6 tomorrow with the potential of creating our first ever millionaire on the bet!" said Tote spokesman Jeremy Scott.


"We've had someone land over £900,000 on the bet before, but we've yet to see the £1 million mark broken by a single winner however that could all change tomorrow. Although the two have opted not to be named, they could well give the game away tomorrow as they're likely to be the two shouting loudest during the 2.55 from Sandown.


The Bonus race tomorrow is the 2.55 from Sandown.


Saturdays Scoop6 legs are:
leg 1 - 1.45 Sandown
leg 2 - 2.20 Sandown
leg 3 - 2.40 Haydock
leg 4 - 2.55 Sandown
leg 5 - 3.10 Haydock
leg 6 - 3.35 Sandown



FIELD FOR TOMORROW'S CORAL-ECLIPSE





THE 2003 CORAL-ECLIPSE



Class A, Group One, Sandown Park, 3.35pm Saturday, July 5, 2003, 1m 2f. Total Prize Fund £370,000. For three-year-olds and upwards. Weights: three-year-old colts & geldings 8st 10lb; three-year-old fillies 8st 7lb. Four-year-old plus colts and geldings 9st 7lb; four-year-old plus fillies & mares 9st 4lb. Entries closed April 30, 2003 (96 entries), forfeit stage June 17, 2003 (59 remained), £20,000 supplementary entry stage June 30 (1 supplementary entry), five-day confirmation stage June 30 (26 remained), final declaration stage 10.00am, July 3 (15 declared). Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and are correct up to and including the racing of Thursday, July 3, 2003. May not include some overseas form.


1) (4) 315/-1 COMFY (USA) 4-9-07 (Khalid Abdulla) Sir Michael Stoute/Richard Hughes
2) (14) 1301-315 FALBRAV (IRE) 5-9-07 (Scuderia Rencati Srl) Luca Cumani/Darryll Holland
3) (15) 5130-(1)(4)7 GRANDERA (IRE) 5-9-07 (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor/Frankie Dettori
4) 1213-44 IZDIHAM (IRE) 4-9-07 b1 (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Marcus Tregoning/Willie Supple
5) (11) 24210-06 KAIETEUR (USA) 4-9-07 (Susan McCarthy) Brian Meehan/Eddie Ahern
6) (3) 1205-43 NARRATIVE (IRE) 5-9-07 (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor/ Jamie Spencer
7) (5) 13421-(3)1 NAYEF (USA) 5-9-07 (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Marcus Tregoning/Richard Hills
8) (12) 344/3-134 OLDEN TIMES 5-9-07 (Prince A A Faisal) John Dunlop/Gerald Mosse
9) (7) 101153-3 ISLINGTON (IRE) 4-9-04 (Exors of the late Lord Weinstock) Sir Michael Stoute/Kieren Fallon
10) 1(1)(1)-(1)(2)(1)0 VICTORY MOON (SAF) 4-9-04 (MAD Syndicate) Mike de Kock SAF/Wayne Smith
11) (8) 30-145 BALESTRINI (IRE) 3-8-10 (Michael Tabor &Sue Magnier) Aidan O'Brien IRE/George Duffield
12) (1) 112 DELSARTE (USA) 3-8-10 (Abdullah Saeed BelHab) Mark Johnston/Keith Dalgleish
13) (9) 0-(1)3216 DUTCH GOLD (USA) 3-8-10 (Sheikh Marwan Al Maktoum) Clive Brittain/Philip Robinson
14) (6) 1101(3)-04 HOLD THAT TIGER (USA) 3-8-10 (Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier) Aidan O'Brien IRE/Michael Kinane
15) 11447-34 NORSE DANCER (IRE) 3-8-10 (Jeff Smith) David Elsworth/Richard Quinn

15 declarations
2 Irish-trained
1 South African-trained


For old articles (from 1st March 2000) go to the Newslink Archive


©Racenews 2002
designed and produced by Racenews Internet Services