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New customer offer: 40/1 Unowhatimeanharry price boost to win Long Walk Hurdle

Jamie Clark | 17 December 2016

Unowhatimeanharry price boost to win Long Walk Hurdle

Saturday’s feature race is the Long Walk Hurdle at Ascot, so to celebrate Coral offer new customers a Unowhatimeanharry price boost to win this Group 1 race.

Incredibly enhanced odds of 40/1 say the Harry Fry trained, JP McManus owned eight-year-old will follow up on his impressive victory in the Long Distance Hurdle at Newbury’s Hennessy meeting here.

Should that appeal and you’re 18 or over, simply sign up online and stake €/£1 only on Long Walk favourite Unowhatimeanharry with a minimum deposit of €/£5. Terms and conditions apply.

If, as expected, he wins again, then you’ll receive the €/£40 winnings credited to your account as free bet tokens within four days of the result being confirmed from Ascot.

Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available from 08:00 GMT on Friday, December 16 until the 14:25 scheduled race time of the Long Walk Hurdle the following day.

We regularly run enhanced odds incentives to sign up for just like this, so why not look at others if you’ve come across this one too late, or if not then read on and be reminded what Unowhwatimeanharry can do…

Impressive chase debut

Backing this Unowhatimeanharry price boost to win the Long Walk Hurdle at Ascot could be a wise investment.

Backing this Unowhatimeanharry price boost to win the Long Walk Hurdle at Ascot could be a wise investment.

Boasting a 100 per cent strike rate since joining Fry’s stable for the 2015/16 National Hunt season, Unowhatimeanharry is on a hot streak of six wins on the spin.

Those include a hat-trick of hurdling successes at Cheltenham, culminating in a 1 3/4 lengths success in the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle at the Festival this March.

Unowhatimeanharry was subsequently bought by powerful Irish owner McManus and the horse’s new connections decided to send him chasing.

His debut over the larger obstacles came in Grade 2 company at Newbury. Unowhatimeanharry showed an impressive turn of foot from two out and kept on strongly before being eased down to score the Long Distance Hurdle by six lengths from the re-opposing Ballyoptic.

As bows over chase fences go, it was a complete and consummate performance that has established Fry’s gelding as a serious contender for the 2017 World Hurdle.

Siding with this Unowhatimeanharry price boost really should pay off, because a look at his career profile indicates how versatile he is regarding the going underfoot.

If he does fail to live up to his status as Long Walk Hurdle favourite, though, then fear not. We’ll compensate all losing wagers among new customers with a €/£5 free bet.

Everything points to Unowhatimeanharry building on his brilliant bow over fences, however, so sign up without delay!

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