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2022 Coral Gold Cup Odds - Corach Rambler heads Remastered in Newbury betting

22 Nov 2022
Jon Vine 22 Nov 2022
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2022 Coral Gold Cup [Updated 22/11/22]
  • This huge handicap chase takes place at Newbury on Saturday 26th November
  • Corach Rambler leads Remastered in the current betting
  • Threeunderthrufive, Le Milos and Busselton also feature in the market
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Charlie Deutsch riding Cloudy Glen (L, green cap) clear the water jump on their way to winning The Ladbrokes Trophy Chase at Newbury. (Getty)

One of the biggest betting races staged during the first half of the National Hunt racing season is the Coral Gold Cup Handicap Chase. Formerly known as the Hennessy and the Ladbrokes Trophy, this three-mile-two-contest has been won by many of the sport's best chasers, including One Man, Denman. Burrough Hill Lad and two-time winner, Arkle.

Here's a look through the current Coral Gold Cup betting and a rundown of the most likely runners.

2022 Coral Gold Cup Odds

Corach Rambler5/1
Le Milos8/1
Chantry House10/1

*Odds taken on 22/11/22*

2022 Coral Gold Cup Entries

Corach Rambler2022 Coral Gold Cup FavouriteGET 5/1 HERE
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Topping the market we find Corach Rambler, winner of the Ultima at Cheltenham last season. Lucinda Russell's star finished fifth of seven on his reappearance in the Colin Parker, but that hasn't stopped bet365 from installing Corach Rambler as their 5/1 ante-post favourite.

Remastered has unfinished business in this legendary race, having fallen when leading in last year's renewal. David Pipe's nine-year-old sits second in the betting after making a winning reappearance over hurdles at Newbury. Third is Dan Skelton's seven-year-old Le Milos, who ran away with a competitive Class Two handicap on his return to action at Bangor.

Threeunderthrufive ran on well to place third in the West Yorkshire Hurdle on his reappearance and he's been backed into 6/1 since the seven-day declarations came in. Joe Tizzard - who's father Colin won this race with Native River and Sizing Tennessee - will run last year's runner-up and Grand National fifth, Fiddlerontheroof.

Tizzard could also be represented by both Oscar Elite and Lostintranslation. Sam Thomas has recent Ascot winner, Our Power in the mix. Nicky Henderson's Grade One winner, Chantry House will carry top-weight on his handicap debut. David Pipe's Gericault Roque slipped down the market following a poor reappearance run over hurdle at Aintree.

With no Willie Mullins or Gordon Elliott runners in the entries, Joseph O'Brien's Busselton - winner of the Kerry National on his most recent start - could be the sole Irish representative. Venetia Williams could run Cheltenham Festival winner Chambard. Other notable entrants include Neil Mulholland's Lord Accord, Evan Williams' Annsam, Anthony Honeyball's Sam Brown and Alan King's Potterman.

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