New customer offer: 33/1 Un De Sceaux to win
We’re giving a massive price boost in the Clarence House Chase on Saturday
Punters have an action-packed Saturday of top-class horse racing ahead, with the highlight, undoubtedly, going at Ascot in the grade one Clarence House Chase, due off at 3.00pm. It’s a talent-laden field, but we’ve made picking your winner all the sweeter with our latest price boost.
Coral have enhanced the odds of Willie Mullins’ Un De Sceaux to a feverish 33/1 for new customers. With the super-star gelding winning this race last year by a handsome five-furlongs, that has got to rate as deal of the weekend. Make sure you get your share!
To take advantage of this enhancement simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Un De Sceaux shines, you will receive your £/€33 winnings in free bets.
If, for whatever reason, we don’t see Un De Sceaux come home in front and record back-to-back success in the Clarence House Chase, we’ll help dry your tears with a £/€5 free bet to use however you like. You really can’t say fairer than that.
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Thursday 19th January and 15:00 GMT on Saturday 21st January to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
Un De Sceaux back for more
Un De Sceaux claimed this race with plenty in hand last year, and you will see few more impressive winners of the Clarence House Chase. He has, rather predictably, been made strong favourite again, but few could argue against that stance, as the Willie Mullins’ trained nine-year-old also arrives in fine form.
Given a spin around Sandown in the Tingle Creek Chase last month in his seasonal reappearance, under the watchful eye of pilot Ruby Walsh, Un De Sceaux claimed what was his 11th-career win, but not without a share of drama.
Taking charge early in the one-mile seven-furlong contest, he made a couple of jumping errors, most notably at the last, but stuck to his task and found plenty in reserve to beat nearest rival Sire De Grugy into second. Runner up that day re-opposes on Saturday, with the same outcome widely-expected.