Scoop 6 Tips - Tote's tips for Newmarket and York October 9
- We bring you Tote's Scoop 6 tips on Saturday 9th October
- Newmarket and York feature on the ITV coverage this Saturday
- Ever Given, Gulliver and M C Muldoon feature in Tote's tips
Newmarket races. (Getty)
Newmarket's Future Champions Meeting continues on Saturday, with the Dewhurst Stakes and the Cesarewitch featuring on a stacked card. We also have a strong card to take in at York, where the Listed Rockingham Stakes headlines proceedings.
One of the most popular bets with racing fans on a Saturday is the Tote Scoop 6. Simply pick a runner in each of the races included in that day's Scoop 6 coupon and, if you pick six winners, you'll win a share of the prize pool!
Here's who Tote thinks you should include in your Scoop 6 this Saturday.
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Tote's Scoop 6 for Newmarket and York on October 9th
|Leg 2||Ever Given|
|Leg 5||M C Muldoon|
|Leg 6||Scarlet Bear|
*All tips taken from Tote's website*
Leg 1 - Goldspur
Favourites have won five of the last eight renewals of the Zetland Stakes at Newmarket, and there could be a battle for favouritism between the Godolphin pair of Hafit and Goldspur. The latter is the one that makes most appeal, despite his lack of experience, given he won in very good style on soft ground at Sandown in September.
His stablemate, Hafit, also won on his first start and was 2nd in Listed company last time, but both of those starts came on good ground of firmer, which might not be ideal given he’ll race on softer Autumnal ground this afternoon. Improvement should be set to come from both, but Goldspur might just have more to come in the conditions.
Leg 2 - Ever Given
Course and distance winner Ever Given can notch up a second win at York in leg two. The Tom Dascombe trained colt has won two of his last four starts and was unlucky not to make it a third at Doncaster last time, when beaten by a neck.
He’s been nicely freshened up since his last race on the 9th September and that should give him a great chance to return to winning ways, given he also has a win on soft and good to soft to his name.
Leg 3 - Faisal
Faisal looks the one to have on your side in leg three for Hollie Doyle and the training partnership of John and Thady Gosden. This son of Golden Horn has only four starts in his career, winning twice on the all-weather and once on turf.
However, his last run is perhaps his best piece of form to date, beaten just ¾ length by Anmaat, who was later narrowly denied in the Cambridgeshire at Newmarket. That looks to be a strong piece of form, and should give Faisal a good chance of taking the spoils here.
Leg 4 - Gulliver
After winning the last two renewals of this race, it’s hard to look past Gulliver, who arrives on the same handicap mark as when winning this in 2020. This 7yo clearly has a liking for York and arguably arrives in better form this year than last, with plenty of decent efforts of late, including when 2nd in the Steward’s Cup at Goodwood and more recently when a close 4th in the Bold Lad Sprint Handicap at the Curragh. He should be thereabouts once again.
Leg 5 - M C Muldoon
Willie Mullins has won the last three runnings of the Cesarewitch at Newmarket and can strike again in leg five with the consistent M C Muldoon. This 6yo was narrowly denied in the Ascot Stakes at the Royal meeting, and was then a winner over hurdles at Galway in July. He’s not been seen since then, but seems to appreciate being lightly raced and with Ryan Moore in the saddle, he’s the one to beat.
Leg 6 - Scarlet Bear
There should still be more to come from Scarlet Bear, who was twice placed in Group Three company last season before making the move to William Muir from Tom Dascombe. He’s had just one run for his new stable, winning at Pontefract in April, and his jockey said after that race that he’ll need soft ground to be seen at his best. There should be a bit of that at Newmarket this weekend, and that gives him an excellent chance to win again.
*All tips taken from Tote's website*