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Coral offer treble odds on Gold Cup for new customers only!

| 13.03.2015

To celebrate the Gold Cup, Coral are offering tantalising treble odds for the race to new customers only, with a maximum stake of £5 on a win singles bet only.

This means that should you back favourite Silviniaco Conti, you will get odds of 21/2 and should it win, that would mean a profit of £52.50 plus your principal, if the King George winner over the last two years appeals.

Last year’s winner Lord Windermere is available at 10/1 and as a result, new customers can expect 30/1 which means a profit of a staggering, week-changing £150! The horse has been trained, ran and prepared all season with this race in mind, so expect a significant challenge from the nine-year-old.

In his last Cheltenham Gold Cup, AP McCoy on well-fancied Carlingford Lough will be hoping to give a good showing, and the jockey can take hope knowing that there have been three nine-year-old winners in this race over the last six years.

Road to Riches is also well-respected and with odds of 11/1 can be deemed decent value at 33/1. However, those looking for a rank outsider, should look no further than The Giant Bolster, which, taking this outstanding offer into account will earn those who back it an fantastic £495 profit at odds of 99/1. This horse, owned by Simon Hunt finished second in 2012 to Synchronised and has proven to have good staying power in the past.

Bob’s Worth, who won this notable event in 2013, could also carry decent value, priced at 10/1 meaning, when taking the treble odds into account, a cool £150 windfall for any new Coral customer who backs it.

Paul Nicholls, is the trainer who holds the record for the most wins in this race and goes in pursuit of his fifth here. Having won it four times consecutively with Big Buck’s, he has a great chance with Silviniaco Conti.

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