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Coral pay out on all ‘winning’ bets after Sedgefield void fiasco

| 25.11.2014

Coral are to pay out on all ‘winning’ bets placed on the 1.20 at Sedgefield today, despite the race being officially voided. The firm will also refund all losing bets struck on the race, to shop, online and telebet customers.

“Although the rules state that the race had to be voided, we do not feel it is fair that punters should be penalised, so on this occasion we’re happy to pay out on all winning bets, and refund stakes on losing ones,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

**Fighting Fifth Hurdle
6-4 Irving, 7-4 Sign Of A Victory, 9-2 Arctic Fire, 6 Aurore D’Estruval, Purple Bay, 20 Sea Lord, 66 Swaledale Lad, 500 Volcanic Jack

**Hennessy Gold Cup
4 Djakadam, 7 Many Clouds, Smad Place, 8 Fingal Bay, 9 Rocky Creek, 14 Don Cossack, Gallant Oscar, Hadrian’s Approach, The Druids Nephew, 16 Ballynagour, Black Thunder, Merry King, Present View, Midnight Prayer, Triolo D’Alene, What A Warrior, 20 Bar

**Becher Chase
10 Balbriggan, Chance Du Roy, Goonyella, Rocky Creek, 12 Just A Par, Mendip Express, Monbeg Dude, 14 Green Flag, Highland Lodge, Unoccupied, 16 Benbens, Benvolio, Burton Port, Hawkes Point, Merry King, Mr Moonshine, Our Father, Samstown, Shakalakaboomboom, The Package, 20 Bar

**King George VI Chase
7-2 Silviniaco Conti, 5 Champagne Fever, Simonsig, 8 Al Ferof, 9 Dynaste, 10 Cue Card, Menorah, 12 Holywell, 14 Boston Bob, Captain Chris, Don Cossack, Road To Riches, 16 Smad Place, 20 Ballycasey, Ballynagour, Bobs Worth, Eduard, Ma Feuille, 25 Bar

**Coral Welsh Grand National
8 Midnight Prayer, Shotgun Paddy, 10 Balbriggan, The Druids Nephew, 12 Monbeg Dude, Sam Winner, The Young Master, 14 Gas Line Boy, Hawkes Point, Mountainous, 16 Black Thunder, Green Flag, Harry Topper, Merry King, Our Father, Unioniste, Via Sundown, Vics Canvas, Victors Serenade, Wychwoods Brook, 20 Bar


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.