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The best of this week’s Coral Champions Club

| 25.10.2014

In This Weeks’ Coral Champions Club’

Inside The Yard

Ever wondered how a trainer decides which race their horse should run in and how the race entry and declaration process works? We sat down with Club trainer Jeremy Gask and asked him to take us through the various actions involved in getting a horse into a race. This is the first of a two part video, as next week Jeremy will discuss the balloting process and how he goes about booking a jockey! more info

NH -Ten To Follow

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Even before the Flat season has slunk away, all the talk has been about Willie Mullins’ decision to send his unbeaten hurdlers Un De Sceaux and Vautour over the bigger obstacles. For the next five months it’s four days in Gloucestershire that will dominate the dreams of all jumping enthusiasts. So we tasked our racing gurus to nominate ten horses they expect to jump to prominence this winter. more info

Name The Winner?

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The return of shorter evenings and colder temperatures can only mean one thing. Yes, National Hunt racing is back! So this week’s ‘Name The Winner’ competition changes code. We want you to name the horse in the above image, a previous running of the Old Roan Chase at Aintree . Once you’ve figured it out, please email us at info@ coralchampionsclub.co.uk 10 lucky winners will each receive a FREE £10 bet! more info

Big Interview – Tom Scudamore

Cheltenham festival Thursday

His excitement is infectious but then Tom Scudamore has plenty to be excited about. With the jumps season on the brink of hitting top gear the 32 year-old is looking forward to top class rides from trainers David Pipe, David Bridgwater and his brother Michael Scudamore over the coming months and he can’t wait for things to get started. He spoke exclusively to the CCC about what horses he’s most looking forward to this season. more info



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