New Customer Offer: Un De Sceaux 33/1 to win rearranged Clarence House Chase
We’re enhancing the price AGAIN on Un De Sceaux to win the Clarence House Chase to a huge 33/1!
After the race was abandoned at Ascot last week due to frozen ground, it was rearranged and added to this weekend’s amazing Cheltenham Trials Day card, where we’ll get some significant pointers for the upcoming Festival in March.
The superstar 9 year old is the current 4/9 favourite to win the Clarence House Chase at the time of writing, but you can back him at a HUGE 33/1 when you sign up to Coral now!
This amazing offer goes live at 4pm UK time this Friday 27th January and will expire at 1:45pm UK on Saturday 28th January.
After last week’s racing was frustratingly abandoned, we decided a gesture of goodwill was in order. So, we PAID OUT on the 33/1 enhanced price on Un De Sceaux, even though the race didn’t go ahead, and now we’re looking to do it all again (with the race actually taking place this time!).
Mullins runner’s form points to success
Un De Sceaux won this race 12 months ago when seeing off Sire De Grugy quite comfortably by five lengths and although the rematch isn’t going to happen this week, the Mullins runner is still fancied to follow up.
That win was obviously around the Ascot jumps track, but the switch of venue is hardly likely to hinder his chances of success. His last run out at the home of National Hunt racing was in the 2016 renewal of the Queen Mother Champion Chase, where he was beaten by Nick Henderson’s popular Sprinter Sacre.
He finished just a nose ahead of the re-opposing Special Tiara that day, but Henry De Bromhead’s 10 year old will be vulnerable in the likely slower than ideal conditions, something that will have no impact on Un De Sceaux.
The field don’t offer much resistance
Aside from Special Tiara, there’s not much else in the field that is likely to trouble UDS. Eastlake and Royal Regatta have won over the distance in the past, but are not given much of a chance at the odds available.
Dodging Bullets hasn’t done much since winning the Tingle Creek, Queen Mother and this race between 2014/15 and Top Gamble has struggled in lesser company on his last two outings.
The e/w value could come from Uxizandre, the horse who gave Sir A P McCoy the final win of his illustrious career. Alan King’s 9 year old hasn’t been seen on a racecourse since that win and is unlikely to conquer Un De Sceaux, but may spring a bit of a surprise to land a place.