Coral Cup Odds
Day 2 - Wednesday 11th March 2020 - 2.50pm - Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle - Grade 3 - 2m5f
The Coral Cup is a handicap hurdle run over two and a half miles and is traditionally one of the most open races at the Cheltenham Festival. The 2019 race was won by the Nicky Henderson-trained William Henry.
2019 Coral Cup Result
|1st||William Henry 28/1||9||N De Boinville||N Henderson|
|2nd||Wicklow Brave 28/1||10||P Mullins||W Mullins|
|3rd||Ballyandy 14/1||8||S Twiston-Davies||N Twiston-Davies|
|4th||Brio Conti 10/1||8||H Cobden||P Nicholls|
Coral Cup Background
The Coral Cup is a handicap race that often involves a large field competing over a distance of 2 miles and 5 furlongs, with ten hurdles to be negotiated. It is open for horses aged four and over and is a Grade 3 race with a prize purse of £75,000.
Winners have been shared between trainers in recent times with no one trainer dominating, although Martin Pipe leads the way for most wins with three, including the inaugural race in 1993. While Barry Geraghty leads the way for most wins for a jockey with two victories, including the 2010 winner Spirit River.