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Luke Morris odds-on to retain All Weather Jockeys’ Title

| 28.10.2015

Ahead of the start of the third All Weather Championships tomorrow, Luke Morris is 1-2 favourite with Coral to retain his title as leading jockey.  Adam Kirby is the 7-4 second favourite, with George Baker and Joe Fanning both 33-1, and any other jockey quoted at 16-1.

“Luke Morris and Adam Kirby have dominated the first two all weather championship series, and we see no reason why that won’t be the case this winter as well, with Morris favoured to retain his crown,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

“Godolphin enjoyed a succesful campaign last time as well, and their Tryster and Pretend are already favourites to repeat their Good Friday victories in the Coral Easter Classic and Sprint Championship respectively,” added Stevens.

**All Weather Jockeys’ Championship

1-2 Luke Morris, 7-4 Adam Kirby, 16 Any other jockey, 33 George Baker, Joe Fanning

**2016 Coral Easter Classic

3 Tryster, 6 Let’s Go, 8 Complicit, 10 GM Hopkins, Newmarch, Western Reserve, 12 Energia Davos, Mutakayyef, 14 Battalion, Festive Fare, Rembrandt Van Rijin, 16 Captain Cat, Convey, Elhaame, Grendisar, Mitchum Swagger, Tha’ir, Wannabe Yours,

**2016 All Weather Championship Mile Final

5 Sovereign Debt, 8 Musaddas, 10 Basem, Buckstay, GM Hopkins, So Beloved, 12 Grey Mirage, 14 Convey, Hors De Combat, Mindurownbusiness, 16 Balty Boys, Mr Win

**2016 All Weather Championship Sprint Final

9-2 Pretend, 10 Double Up, Naadirr, Polybius, Rivellino, 12 Lancelot Du Lac, 14 Alben Star, 16 Chookie Royale, Golden Steps, Portamento, Squats,

**All Weather Championship Marathon

5 Hidden Gold, 6 Litigant, 8 Anglophile, Mymatechris, Pinzolo, 10 Gold Trail, Wakea, 12 Fun Mac, Hurricane Higgins, Suegioo, Sweeping Up, 16 Future Empire, Gale Force, Magic Circle, The Twisler,

**Bet365 Charlie Hall Chase

7-2 Dynaste, 4 Cue Card, 5 Ballynagour, Holywell, 6 Menorah, 13-2 Many Clouds, 9 Irish Cavalier, 10 Sam Winner, 33 The Romford Pele, 66 Alderbrook Lad,

**William Hill Handicap Hurdle

7-2 Nabucco, Sign Of A Victory, 7 Urubu D’Irlande, 8 Cloonacool, 12 Jolly’s Cracked It, Unanimite, 14 Serenity Now, 16 Closest Friend, Forest Bihan, San Benedeto, Satanic Beat, Wilberdragon, 20 Favourite Girl, Rayvin Black, 25 Bar

**Paddy Power Gold Cup

8 Kings Palace, 10 Cocktails At Dawn, Monetaire, Present View, 12 Boondooma, 16 Generous Ransom, Irish Cavalier, Johns Spirit, Oscar Rock, Sound Investment, Taquin De Seuil, Thomas Crapper, 20 Bar

**Greatwood Hurdle

8 Superb Story, 10 Clondaw Warrior, Mick Jazz, 12 Bidourney, Devilment, L’Ami Serge, Thomas Edison, Vaniteux, 14 All Yours, Beltor, Hargam, Quick Jack, Top Notch, 16 Bar

**Morgiana Hurdle

1-7 Faugheen, 12 Thomas Edison, Quick Jack, 14 Ted Veale, 25 Plinth, Thousand Stars, 50 Queen Alphabet

**Betfair Chase

2 Silviniaco Conti, 5-2 Don Cossack, 10 Ballynagour, Holywell, 12 Dynaste, Kings Palace, 14 Menorah, 20 Al Ferof, Ptit Zig, Sam Winner

**Hennessy Gold Cup

6 Coneygree, Saphir Du Rheu, 8 Vroum Vroum Mag, 10 Many Clouds, 12 Southfield Theatre, 14 The Druids Nephew, 16 Ned Stark, 20 Bobs Worth, Cue Card, Easter Day, The Young Master


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.