2000 Guineas: Get a Great 33/1 on the favourite with Coral

Please note that all odds referenced are correct at the moment of publishing (02:42 PM 04.05.2017) and are subject to change.

One of the first great flat races of the new season is almost upon us with the 2000 Guineas set to go off at Newmarket on Saturday. With two days to go, the field is taking shape nicely and out of the thirteen declared runners, we have a clear favourite.

The Adian O’Brien trained Churchill is at an average of around 5/4 across the sportsbooks but there is an excellent new customer deal among horse racing offers with Coral that can lift this quite considerably – all the way up to 33/1.

Here’s how you go about claiming it.

The Numbers

While most bookies are quoting that 5/4 figure, Bet365 and 10Bet are among one of a much smaller set of outlets that are offering the current best odds of 6/4. Given Churchill’s record, many will see that an odds against price is already giving value but now you can get that 33/1 with Coral?

If you don’t already hold an account here, you are free to sign up with just a few basic details in a process that should take around a couple of minutes. Coral will then take you to their cashier’s page where you can make a deposit of £5.00 or more.

We recommend that a debit or credit card is used when you make that deposit as eWallets such as Skrill, Neteller and PaySafe are excluded. With a debit or credit card, you are safe to proceed with this offer and your funds should be available immediately.

With those funds at the ready, stake the fixed amount of £1.00 on Churchill to win this race and if the horse is successful, you will be paid in two ways. Profits at Coral’s standard book price will come back to your account and you can withdraw or play again while any returns up to the 33/1 figure are issued as a free bet token which you must use within four days.

Churchill’s Chances

O’Brien’s three year old has already won five of his first six races with an additional third place coming at his very first outing in May 2016. That means that Churchill has recorded five straight victories and is clearly in top form coming into Saturday’s big race.

Beyond Churchill, there is a gap in the market to second favourite Barney Roy at best odds of 4/1 with William Hill and Paddy Power so that’s a good indication of what we might expect. Of course, nothing is certain but if you don’t have an account with Coral, enhanced odds of 33/1 on Churchill could be the best deal of the weekend’s cards.