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Get a fiver free bet for every Willie Mullins winner on Cheltenham Festival day one

Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | March 7, 2016

Top Irish trainer Willie Mullins laid down a major marker on Champion Hurdle day of the Cheltenham Festival last year with four winners. He has thus become one handler the bookies fear.

Not so at Coral, though, as from 08:00 GMT on Monday, March 7th, we offer you the chance to get a €/£5 free bet for every single victorious horse saddled by Mullins on the opening day of the 2016 Prestbury Park showpiece.

That means, in theory, there could be a maximum of €/£35 in free bets winging their way to you – should Mullins seal victory in all seven contests on Tuesday, March 15th.

To be in with your chance of taking advantage of this outstanding offer, simply wager a minimum of €/£20 on any win single (or €/£10 each-way single) in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle that opens proceedings at 13:30.

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Regardless of whether your selection wins or loses in the Supreme Novices’, the free bets for any Mullins winners will be credited to your account by 12:00 the following day.

This gives punters plenty of time ahead of the second day, which contains the Queen Mother Champion Chase as its feature race, getting underway.

You are then at liberty to place those free bets on any Cheltenham Festival markets before it draws to a close at 18:00 on Friday, March 18th.

As crazy Coral offers go, this is right up there with Brazil to wear yellow and derby day bookings promotions we’ve previously run.

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Mullins coincidentally trains the favourite, Min, in the Supreme Novices’, so he may doubly pay punters who back this horse with €/£5 free bets riding on any winner on day one. Other candidates from this stable who could take this race are Bellshill and Yorkhill.

Alternatives you can back to scoop the Supreme Novices’ crown are Nicky Henderson duo Altior and Buveur D’Air, as well as Gordon Eliott gelding Tombstone.

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For more Cheltenham content, check out Coral’s dedicated Festival page.