New customer offer: Willie Mullins 8/1 to train ANY 2016 Cheltenham Festival winner
Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | March 10, 2016
Top Irish trainer Willie Mullins saddled a record eight Cheltenham Festival winners last year, and is once again sending a frighteningly strong contingent to the 2016 edition of the Prestbury Park showpiece.
With multiple race favourites hailing from his yard, Coral’s latest new customer offer of 8/1 for ANY Mullins horse to win a Cheltenham Festival contest is our craziest price boost ever!
To get a slice of these ridiculously enhanced odds (from 1/500), simply sign up for an online, mobile or Coral Connect account, staking €/£5, and you’ll have €/£40 in free bets paid out as soon as a Mullins winner is confirmed.
A truly sublime offer such as this is too good to turn down. This magnificent Mullins boosted price bet is available from 08:00 GMT on Thursday, March 10th until the 2016 Cheltenham Festival gets underway with the off in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at 13:30 on Tuesday, March 15th.
We regularly run promotions and there are others throughout the Festival both on horse racing and other sports, so alternatively check those out or read on and discover specific reasons why backing Mullins is a dead cert…
Magical Mullins has so many favourites
Market leaders from Mullins’ stable abound for Cheltenham 2016, and the bookies clearly fear his contingent brought over from Ireland. The trainer holds outstanding claims of landing at least 10 Festival races around Prestbury Park.
On day one, Mullins has the ante post favourites for the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle (Min), Arkle Challenge Trophy (Douvan), Champion Hurdle (Annie Power) and Mares’ Hurdle (Vroum Vroum Mag).
He could thus easily match last year’s feat of four winners on the Cheltenham Festival opening day.
Un De Sceaux is odds-on favourite to scoop the Queen Mother Champion Chase on Wednesday, March 16th, while Mullins horses make up three of the four market leaders for the Ryanair Chase which will be ran the following day.
Novice mare Limini heads the ante post betting for the Dawn Run Hurdle and Black Hercules is among those fancied in the JLT Novices’ Chase, also held on day three of the Festival.
Great Field enjoys similar status in the Vincent O’Brien County Handicap Hurdle – the second race on Cheltenham Gold Cup day.
Mullins inevitably has three main contenders to claim the blue ribbon contest of the Festival, in Vautour, Djakadam and Don Poli, with the 2016 Gold Cup off at 15:30 GMT on Friday, March 18th.
Just one of these horses needs to taste victory for this mind-bogglingly brilliant price boost to pay out €/£40 in free bets after investing a fiver. It is absolutely nailed on.
If, by some miracle, Mullins fails to have a Cheltenham Festival winner, which is about as unlikely as the sky falling in, then fear not. Coral will compensate you with a €/£5 free bet that can be used right across our mobile and digital platforms.