Punters are licking their lips in anticipation as popular unit Coral announce they are offering odds of 5/2 on current market leader My Tent or Yours for the Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle this weekend.
Its all set to be a busy weekend for horse racing fans, with the Hennessy Gold Cup taking place at Newbury and this high class card at Newcastle, as Coral report they have already taken plenty of money on the Nicky Henderson favourite.
New account holders registering with Coral are being offered a standout 5/2 price on a horse that is available everywhere else at short odds-on prices, averaging around the 4/5 mark.
MY TENT OR YOURS OFFER
Coral announce stand out price of 5/2 on My Tent Or Yours
Coral have announced they are offering a stand out price of 5/2 on the Fighting Fifth at Newcastle this weekend. With the horse 8/11 elsewhere don’t forget you can also watch all the action from Newcastle and pick up a £50/€50 free bet along the way!
Coral are renowned as one of the kings of horse racing betting, and they treat their customers, who are mostly racing base, with regular offers and price enchantments.
This is an incredibly generous offer from the bookmaker, who are in simple terms giving punters 5/2 odds that a horse is, in all honesty, all but home and hosed.
A Coral spokesman commented : “It may be madness on our part but with such a top class field at Newcastle, as well as the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury we wanted to offer our customers some extra value this weekend. We’re bracing ourselves for another huge liability..”
The 5/2 on My Tent Or Yours will be available to all new online, mobile and telephone customers up to a maximum bet of £20 per customer.
The offer was announced by the Coral team nearly a week ago but despite seeing plenty of action and liability racked up they have kept to their word and run the offer right up until the race itself.
Why should you be putting your hard earned cash into the chances of this horse, we hear you scream?
Well, this hurdler is the real deal and is head and shoulders above all his rivals likely to line up at Newcastle.
From here, the Champion Hurdle will be on his agenda and trainer Nicky Henderson has already stated that the horse has all the attributes required to win a race of that stature.
Having won first time out on both occasions in the last two seasons, this slick hurdler avenged his narrow defeat at the Cheltenham Festival to Champagne Fever by running riot in a Grade Two race at Aintree, showing both epic speed and heroic power to put his rivals to the sword by a huge margin.
He’ll repeat that here. Get on the 5/2.