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Un De Sceaux now 4-6 for Tingle Creek success

| 30.11.2015

The Willie Mullins-trained Un De Sceaux is 4-6 (from 4-5) favourite with Coral for Saturday’s Tingle Creek Chase, ahead of Vibrato Valtat at 10-3, following the latest entry stage for the Sandown Grade One.

“With Sprinter Sacre sidestepping a trip to Sandown, Un De Sceaux has shortened to 4-6 for the Tingle Creek, although the former champion does remain the closest challenger to Un De Sceaux in the Queen Mother Champion Chase market,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

Also on Saturday is Aintree’s Becher Chase, for which Heathfield is the 8-1 favourite, and at the same course the Grand Sefton Chase, Coral’s market for that race headed by Double Ross at 7-1.

**Betfair Tingle Creek Chase

4-6 Un De Sceaux, 10-3 Vibrato Valtat, 6 Simonsig, 10 Sire De Grugy, 16 Josses Hill, 20 Mr Mole, Somersby, Special Tiara, 33 Savello, 50 Third Intention,

**Betfred Becher Chase

8 Heathfield, 9 Goonyella, 10 Saint Are, 12 Algernon Pazham, Thunder And Roses, Unioniste, 14 First Lieutenant, Pineau De Re, Soll, Vics Canvas, 16 Dolatulo, Foxbridge, Shuil Royal, Silver Man, The Romford Pele, 20 Bar

**Betfred Grand Sefton Chase

7 Double Ross, 10 Bennys Mist, First Lieutenant, Poole Master, Rocky Creek, Valseur Lido, 14 Al Alfa, Cocktails At Dawn, Dromnea, Opening Batsman, 16 Astracad, Fago, Seventh Sky, Top Cat Henry, 20 Bar

**2016 Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase

13-8 Un De Sceaux, 4 Sprinter Sacre, 6 Dodging Bullets, 12 Simonsig, 14 Vibrato Valtat, 16 Champagne Fever, 20 Special Tiara, 25 Gods Own, Just Cameron, Mr Mole, Sire De Grugy, Sizing Granite,

**2016 Crabbie’s Grand National

20 Many Clouds, 25 Goonyella, Silviniaco Conti, The Druids Nephew, Thunder And Roses, 33 First Lieutenant, Monbeg Dude, Saint Are, Sausalito Sunrise, Shutthefrontdoor, 40 Alvarado, Godsmejudge, Rocky Creek, Royale Knight, Rule The World, Sizing Coal,


Further Information Contact

David Stevens 07720  400438



David Stevens

David joined Coral as PR manager in 2001, having previously worked at the
Racing Post. Now in the role of Head of PR, he is involved in all aspects
of the company's media relations, providing the latest racing betting news , as well as Coral's sponsorship and event
portfolio. A keen sports fan, and long-suffering Portsmouth supporter (the
two are not always connected), when not working he will normally be found
heading south, or east or west, to the sun, and that liking for the sunshine
explains why he will always prefer flat racing to the jumps.