2023 Coral Cup Betting Odds & Racecard

Sandwiched between the more prestigious Festival Novices Chase and the feature race of the second day of the Cheltenham Festival, the Queen Mother Champion Chase, the Coral Cup perhaps doesn’t get as much attention as it deserves. This Grade 3 hurdle is, however, well worth watching as it almost always produces a race that is full of excitement – not to mention opportunities for betting value. Run over a distance of two miles and five furlongs and with 10 hurdles to jump, the race is open to runners aged four and older. Check out our betting tips for this fine hurdle, along with the latest live betting odds from the best bookies in the business.

Colonel Mustard20/1
Drop The Anchor20/1
Ashdale Bob20/1
Gowel Road20/1
I Am Maximus20/1
I Like To Move It20/1
Saint Felicien20/1
The Shunter20/1
Top Bandit20/1
West Cork20/1
Suprise Package25/1
My Mate Mozzie25/1
Grand Roi25/1
Glory And Fortune25/1

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The Coral Cup is one of the trappiest horse races when it comes to the 2023 Cheltenham Festival. There are always lots of horses with a lively chance and it can be one of the hardest races when it comes to finding a winner. However, there is the opportunity to place each-way bets on the Cheltenham races such as this one and get the value.

Compare the 2023 Coral Cup betting odds and you can find that Heaven Help Us is among the betting favourites to win this Cheltenham horse race. The Paul Hennessy-trained runner was one of the big priced winners at the 2021 Festivals, with Richard Condon steering him to a success in the 2021 Coral Cup and so he has to have a chance of repeating history.

The horse hasn’t shown too much form since that shock victory although he was runner-up to Royal Kahala in the Irish EBF Mares Hurdle at Leopardstown Racecourse and will be on several Cheltenham Festival shortlists.

Gordon Elliott is likely to have a few darts when it comes to the 2023 Cheltenham betting and that includes the Coral Cup where the Irish handler will have Mars Harper lining up among others. There was a recent second place finish in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Novice Handicap Hurdle after a previously encouraging performance at Navan in a handicap hurdle.

Winter Fog will run for Emmet Mullins and the horse recently finished second in the Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle which was a qualifier.