Coral Enhanced Odds 33/1 Offer: Back Battaash at 33/1 to win the King George Stakes at Glorious Goodwood on Friday 3rd August 2018
The much-anticipated Glorious Goodwood is well underway and to mark the occasion Coral have a fantastic enhanced odds offer for new customers:
There haven’t been as many Goodwood Betting Offers as we would have liked given the size and prestige of the festival, but this is certainly one worth grabbing if you don’t already have a betting account with Coral.
Coral Goodwood Cup Offer Key Terms: 18+ New UK+IRE players. Min deposit £5. Paypal & certain deposit & bet types excluded. Winning bets paid in cash at normal price. Enhanced odds paid in £5 free bets credited within 24 hrs, valid for 4 days, stake not returned, restrictions apply. Losing £5 free bet excludes Connect customers. T&Cs apply.
King George 2018 – Runners and Riders?
As with most of the top races at Glorious Goodwood, the favourite will not have things all their own way once the action starts. We think he will win though! Here we run down the runners, riders and projected betting odds ahead of the King George Stakes, which runs at 3.35 on Friday 3rd August 2018:
- BATTAASH – Jockey: Jim Crowley, Trainer: Charles Hills, Odds: 5/4
- KACHY – Jockey: Richard Kingscote, Trainer: Tom Dascombe, Odds: 6/1
- HAVANA GREY – Jockey: PJ McDonald, Trainer: KR Burke, Odds: 8/1
- SIOUX NATION – Jockey: Ryan Moore, Trainer: Aidan O’Brien, Odds: 8/1
- MR LUPTON – Jockey: Paul Hanagan, Trainer: Richard Fahey, Odds: 10/1
- MUTHMIR – Jockey: Dane O’Neill, Trainer: William Haggas, Odds: 14/1
- HEARTACHE – Jockey: Martin Harley, Trainer: Clive Cox, Odds: 16/1
- STONE OF DESTINY – Jockey: Oisin Murphy, Trainer: Andrew Blading, Odds: 16/1
- TAKE COVER – Jockey: Andrea Atzeni, Trainer: David Griffiths, Odds: 16/1
- MAIN DESIRE – Jockey: William Buick, Trainer: Michael Bell, Odds: 20/1
- DUKE OF FIRENZE – Jockey: Martin Dwyer, Trainer: David Griffiths, Odds: 50/1
With the favourite Battaash priced at 5/4 and the rest 6/1 or above, the bookies are clear who they think will win this one. The four year old was beaten into second place by Blue Point in the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot, but won the Temple Stakes at Haydock in May.
Perhaps more pertinently, Battaash won this very race last year by more than two lengths from Profitable with Marsh and Take Cover (both running again this time) a further ¾ length adrift. With five wins from his last seven runs, backing Battaash looks a sensible move – and even more so when you can get the enhanced price of 33/1.