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Supreme favourite Moon Racer in demand for Champion Hurdle

| 02.03.2017
CORAL ENHANCED ACCAS

Coral has cut Moon Racer to 14-1 (from 20-1) for the Champion Hurdle, after support for the former Champion Bumper winner this afternoon.   The 8-y-o has been eased to 11-2 (from 4-1) for the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, while Ballyandy is 5-1 (from 6-1) for the Festival opener.

“We’ve seen a few interesting bets for Moon Racer for the Champion Hurdle today, but by contrast he’s been easy to back for the Supreme in recent days, so while no decision on his Festival race has been made, it would perhaps not be a surprise should connections aim for the big one with the clearly fragile 8-y-o in what looks a wide open Champion year,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

**Stan James Champion Hurdle
11-4 Buveur D’Air, 7-2 Yanworth, 5 Petit Mouchoir, 6 Limini, 7 Yorkhill, 15-2 Brain Power, 10 Vroum Vroum Mag, 12 Tombstone, 14 Moon Racer, The New One, 16 Apple’s Jade, 25 Bar

**Skybet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle
4 Melon, 5 Ballyandy, 11-2 Bunk Off Early, Moon Racer, 8 Movewiththetimes, 10 Charli Parcs, River Wylde, 12 Finian’s Oscar, 14 Cilaos Emery, Neon Wolf, 16 Airlie Beach, Crack Mome, Defi Du Seuil, High Bridge, Landofhopeandglory, Lough Derg Spirit, 20 Bar

ENDS

Further Information Contact
David Stevens 07720 400438

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Simon Clare

Simon Clare joined Coral in 1997 as Racecourse PR representative and was
promoted to Coral PR Director in October 2002. Between 2008 to 2011 Clare
added Trading to his responsibilities in a new role as Coral Trading & PR
Director. In 2011 he relinquished his Trading responsibilities and assumed a
new wider role of PR & Broadcast Director responsible for all Coral Public
Relations activity, CoralTV and Social Media. Clare has extensive broadcast
experience on radio and television commenting on a diverse range of betting events from the obvious - horse racing, football and sport - to the more obscure - politics, reality TV, showbiz and the weather.
Simon Clare is a keen sports fan, still turning out for Carshalton FC on a
Saturday when work allows.