Last week we offered our maiden Cheltenham Festival Jackpots which produced some brilliant winners. Catch up with those as well as a couple from the footy below…
My Little Tip’s £672 Place 6 Syndicate into Friday’s Rollover attracted 77 joiners as they hunted down the £101,968 prize.
They were travelling nicely after 3 legs and were a part of just 22.1 units who progressed past a tricky Gold Cup despite none of the top 4 in the market managing to place.
After the Gold Cup, they were being offered a healthy £30,487 for their ticket. MLT couldn’t resist and Cashed Out £15,243 (50% of the offer), thus securing each contributor 22x their stake.
And what a decision that proved to be as their ticket crashed out in leg 5!
Congratulations to all those involved!
By the way…
Nobody won the £101,978 Place 6 prize on the last day of Cheltenham and we are Rolling that into our Place 6 on Grand National day which we expect to hit £500,000+
Here we have a a Captain who ignored Cash Out offers as his 33-strong Syndicate scooped £10,402 in Wednesday’s Win 6.
They were one of very few tickets left after William Henry won the Handicap Hurdle (leg). Those 2.48 remaining units subsequently all progressed past leg 4 as the mighty Altior held off Politologue in the Champion Chase.
At this point, the Syndicate was being offered £2,580 on their £300 ticket, but the Captain had no intention of making a Cash Out…
Tiger Roll eased to victory in the Cross Country Chase and increased the size of the offer to £4,700 (which was also passed upon). Band of Outlaws secured a victory for the Syndicate in the last leg as contributors were returned with 34x their stake.
4 favourites placed in the first 5 races at Cheltenham on Thursday, with 3 of those favs winning (Defi Du Seuil, Sire Du Berlais and Paisley Park). This all meant that 2,428 units were still live in our £30,553 Place 6 going into the final race…
Unbelievably, just 0.37 units ended up winning a part of the prize as Elgantine Du Seuil (50/1), Concertista (66/1) and Tintangle (40/1) claimed the 3 places in the final race.
One of those winning tickets (above) happened to be a Smart Pick! Think of it like a lucky dip, or in this case, a very lucky dip!