New customer offer: Bet through the card at Chepstow on Coral Welsh Grand National day
Jamie Clark | 25 December 2016
Bet through the card at Chepstow on Coral Welsh Grand National day
As long-standing and proud sponsors of the Coral Welsh Grand National, we are offering new customers a bet through the card at Chepstow sign up inventive ahead of this year’s renewal.
If you’re 18 or over, register online from 18:00 GMT on Boxing Day (Monday, December 26) until just before the off in the 12:20 opening race the following day at Chepstow by placing a minimum €/£5 win only bet (or €/£2.50 each-way) on that first contest.
We will then credit your account with 6 x €/£5 free bet tokens to use for each of the six subsequent races at Chepstow on Coral Welsh Grand National day, including the big one itself at 14:40. Terms and conditions, including free bet stakes not returned in winnings, apply.
Find a fancy in the first, bet €/£5 or €/£2.50 each-way on it and then spend €/£30 in free bets for the rest of Bank Holiday Tuesday on the rest of the card at this venue. What could be simpler?
Coral regularly run new customer promotions like this on a range of sports, so check out others during the festive season or read on as our horse racing tipsters pick out some potential punts for Chepstow…
Nicholls entry appeals
The opener on Coral Welsh Grand National day is a class 3 maiden hurdle over an extended 2m 3f, with champion trainer Paul Nicholls saddling Persian Delight.
For Ditcheat based Nicholls, Persian Delight was an unlucky short-head loser over course and distance last time out. Headed when just over the last, this six-year-old showed battling qualities to almost get up and deny Colin Tizzard horse Elegant Escape.
Staking €/£5 or €/£2.50 each-way on this horse in the opener could be rewarding, while the below horses are among those you may want to consider for your free bets.
Others to look out for
A class 3 novices’ limited handicap chase over just less than 3m (12:50) follows the opener, and Coral ambassador Tom Scudamore rides a course and distance winner in Definite Outcome.
The impressive Defi Du Seuil in the green and gold hoops of powerful Irish owner JP McManus is set to go head-to-head with Nicholls horse Dolos in the Grade 1 Future Champions Finale Juvenile Hurdle (14:00) over 2m.
Looking to land a five-timer for handler Philip Hobbs with victory here, Defi Du Seuil is a strong contender and the booking of champion jockey Richard Johnson in the saddle rubber stamps his claims.
Hennessy Gold Cup winner Native River is fancied to score again for Tizzard in the feature race, the Coral Welsh Grand National (14:40). Carole’s Destrier, a real stayer for Neil Mulholland, and Hobbs entrant Onenightinvienna are also market principals.
There’s some pointers for this bet through the card at Chepstow offer for new customers on Coral Welsh Grand National day.