Nine winners split Coral’s £100k Cheltenham Smart Money Series prize
They made 10 correct predictions ahead of the racing
Nine lucky winners have shared £100k between them after triumphing in the Cheltenham Festival instalment of Coral’s £1m Smart Money Series.
Four thrilling days of racing at Cheltenham saw a female winning jockey, nine or more wins from SP favourites and a draw in the Prestbury Cup. Our nine winners predicted all of that and more to come out on top.
We’re giving out £1 million across 10 huge sporting events in the Smart Money Series. To get involved, you just need to answer 10 multiple-choice questions correctly ahead of each event.
We’ll be giving away another £100k in our free-to-enter competition at next month’s US Masters.
“It’s ending up being a lucky Cheltenham Festival this year for nine lucky winners who all showed fantastic foresight to answer 10 questions about the Festival correctly, including Willie Mullins to be the top trainer and for a female jockey to ride a winner across the four days,” said Coral’s John Hill.
“We are committed to paying out £1 million in prize money across the Smart Money Series and it is completely free to enter. The next chance for our customers to take part will be at the US Masters, the opening Major Championship of 2019 at the iconic Augusta National Golf Course,” added Hill.
Coral’s Smart Money Series – Cheltenham Festival answers
Q1. Will Great Britain win the Prestbury Cup?
Q2. Who will be the Top Trainer at the Cheltenham Festival?
Q3. Which one of these two top owners will win more prize money at the Cheltenham Festival?
Q4. How many favourites (including joint/co favourites) will win at the Cheltenham Festival?
Nine or Higher
Q5. What will be the starting price of the biggest priced winner at the Cheltenham Festival?
50/1 or bigger
Q6. Will a female jockey win a race at the Cheltenham Festival?
Q7. Will an Irish-trained horse win the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle on Tuesday?
Q8. What will be the starting price of the winner of the Coral Cup on Wednesday?
20/1 or bigger
Q9. Will a female trainer have a winner at Cheltenham on Thursday 14th March?
Q10. What will the winning distance be in the Gold Cup on Friday 15th March?
2 to 6 Lengths Inclusive
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing