New customer offer: 40/1 Cue Card price boost to win King George VI Chase
Jamie Clark | 25 December 2016
Cue Card price boost to win King George VI Chase
Boxing Day promises mega horse racing, and this year is no different with Coral offering new customers a Cue Card price boost to win the King George VI Chase at Kempton.
Enhanced odds of 40/1 say Colin Tizzard’s stable star will emerge victorious in this feature race for a second successive year.
If you’re 18 or over and this appeals to you, simply sign up online, staking €/£1 only with a minimum deposit of €/£5. Terms and conditions apply.
Should Cue Card win another King George, we will credit the €/£40 winnings in free bet tokens to your account within four days of the official result being confirmed.
This latest awesome introductory offer over the festive period is available from 08:00 GMT on Thursday, December 22 until the scheduled race time of 15:15 on Boxing Day (Monday, December 26).
We regularly run enhanced odds sign up incentives like this one on a range of sports, so check out others over Christmas and New Year or read on to remind yourself why this Cue Card price boost could well pay off…
Triple Crown dream alive for Tizzard
As winner of the 2015 running of the King George and victor in this season’s Betfair Chase at Haydock, Cue Card is the highest-rated horse in this year’s renewal.
Racing officially off 176 and a dizzyingly high Racing Post mark of 184, the 10-year-old triumphed 12 months ago at Kempton by a head over the ill-fated, but brilliant French-bred, Irish-trained Vautour.
Tizzard’s star showed real heart and determination when getting up in the final strides of a thrilling climax. Cue Card faces a smaller field now he’s bidding to retain the King George crown.
Although then falling three out when going well in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, this great gelding bounced back with a facile nine-length success in the Betfred Bowl at Aintree’s Grand National Festival.
Running at Punchestown was perhaps one too many for Cue Card last season. He came on for a three-length third of seven finish in the Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby behind Irish Cavalier when returning to action, and then spectacularly scored last time out at Haydock.
Cue Card’s 15-length romp to land the Betfair Chase really did underline his qualities, and leaves trainer Tizzard in with every chance of capturing the National Hunt Triple Crown. The King George is the second leg of that, with the Cheltenham Gold Cup to come.
Should this Cue Card price boost fail to come in, then fear not. Coral will compensate all losing wagers with a €/£5 free bet token. He’s the best horse on paper in the King George, though, and is expected to make that show.