Playing The €74k Naas Pick 6

Pick 6 Naas Rollover

Horses To Watch & How To Play

If you’ve played the Tote Pick 6 before you’ll probably know about the Rollover which could see an (estimated) €200,000 pool* to play for at Naas this Sunday. If you are new to the Pick 6 now is an excellent time to give it a go and possibly Win Big.

It’s also a good chance to practice your skills in advance of Cheltenham which will see some massive daily Scoop6 (the UK Pick 6 equivalent) pools to play on

To play the Pick 6 this Sunday you pick the horses to win in Races 1 to 6 at Naas.

Each horse or selection costs a minimum .50c and you can select as many horses as you like, as long as you have at least one pick in each of the 6 races.

Tipster: Horses To Watch At Naas

So that’s how you play! Now let’s look at some form for the horses racing this Sunday.

Townshend looks like Banker No.1 in the 2:40pm and Patrick Mullins takes the ride with Ruby Walsh electing not to ride over fences so close to Cheltenham, as is normally the case. This will only be his fifth run for Willie Mullins and following a 6L 2nd to Ballyoisin last time out he should easily account for these three rivals. It’ll be a huge shock should he not be able to do so.

Bryan Cooper has plumped for Ball D’Arc in the 3:45pm and that should be a tip in itself. He rode Gordon Elliot’s gelding to a 20L victory in a Grade 3 at Navan last time and he was seriously impressive that day. Given that Cooper has already ridden his main rival (Gangster) in two of his three runs this season, I think it’s safe to assume that he feels that he’s on the best horse of Gigginstown’s four entries.

Ball D'Arc
Bryan Cooper Jumping Ball D’Arc At Navan

Never Off Duty looks like the third banker of the day and should take the 4:20pm under Donagh Meyler. He won his Point-To-Point at Dromahane and was 3rd on his debut under rules (here) just two weeks ago. Any little bit of improvement from that run should see him home with plenty to spare.

Super Pick 6: Win Big

The Sunday Super Pick 6 consistently sees massive payouts for a €1 stake. Just take a look at February 2017 payouts:

Sunday 26th – €62,274

Sunday 19th – €93,388

Sunday 5th – €5,961

Play on

*Estimated Pool. Final pool total not known until racing begins and pools close.

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