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New customer offer: Sprinter Sacre 10/1 to win Shloer Chase

Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | November 14, 2015

Fancy a flutter on The Open meeting at Cheltenham, but new to betting? Coral can oblige by offering punters that sign up an incredible enhanced price on Sprinter Sacre winning the Shloer Chase.

Register for an online or mobile account with us, staking £5 on the Nicky Henderson horse triumphing over two miles on Sunday, and you stand to have £50 winnings paid out in cash if the bay gelding delivers.

This outstanding introductory offer is available from 19:45 GMT on Saturday, November 14th until the 14:10 race time the following day. Check out Coral’s current, other and previous promotions, or read on for further details of why this one is so special.

Sprinter Sacre a Cheltenham success

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French raider Sprinter Sacre has won 14 of his 20 National Hunt races, including four times over course and distance. An incredible strike rate of 70 per cent has resulted in this horse bringing in over £700k in prize money.

Winner of the Arkle Challenge Trophy in 2012 and the Queen Mother Champion Chase the following year, Henderson’s horse is a proven performer at Prestbury Park.

This will be the first time the nine-year-old has raced at The Open meeting, but his previous victories around this track stand him in good stead.

Henderson horse a boosted price for new punters

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With four victories at Cheltenham already under his belt, Coral make Sprinter Sacre the 5/2 joint-favourite to land the Shloer Chase in their regular race betting. That means new customers get four times those odds, and it only reinforces what splendid value is on offer here.

If, for some reason, Sprinter Sacre fails to land a fifth race at Cheltenham here, then fear not. All losing wagers will be compensated for by £20 in free bets that you can use across Coral’s mobile and digital platforms.

Sprinter Sacre invariably delivers over course and distance, though, so sign up and invest a fiver on a Shloer Chase success to make a £55 return and £50 pure profit.

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