When is the Coral Gold Cup 2023? Newbury date, start time, runners and betting

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The Coral Gold Cup is one of the leading races for staying chasers in the first half of the core British Jumps season.

Chances are you probably know the contest as the Hennessy and the roll of honour features some of the greatest names in the history of the game such as Arkle, Denman and Many Clouds.

A Premier Handicap run over 3m2f and worth £142,375 to winning connections, the Coral Gold Cup has been won by nine horses that went on to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup, although the race has been dominated by Grand National types in recent seasons.

You can run the rule over our Coral Gold Cup odds on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise all the key details about this year’s renewal can be found below.

Coral Gold Cup 2023 date and start time

The Coral Gold Cup is set to take place at Newbury on Saturday, December 2. The post time is set for 14:50. You can watch the race live on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app or on ITV.

Coral Gold Cup 2023 runners and riders

Ahoy Senor (Derek Fox)
Stolen Silver (Sam Twiston-Davies)
Midnight River (Harry Skelton)
Dusart (James Bowen)
Eldorado Allen (Brendan Powell)
Zanza (Micheal Nolan)
Ga Law (Jonathan Burke)
Complete Unknown (Harry Cobden)
Mahler Mission (Ben Harvey)
Remastered (Jack Tudor)
Datsalrightgino (Tom Cannon)
Monbeg Genius (Jonjo O’Neill Jr)
Kitty’s Light (Nick Scholfield)
Our Power (Adam Wedge)
Twig (Beau Morgan)
Stumptown (Danny Mullins)
Cloudy Glen (Charlie Deutsch)
Bill Baxter (Paul O’Brien)
Max Flamingo (Simon Torrens)
Shakem Up’Arry (Ben Jones)

Coral Gold Cup 2023 betting

Coral Gold Cup odds are on paddypower.com and prices for the leading contenders can be seen on our snazzy widgets below.

Monbeg Genius is the favourite with Paddy Power for the Coral Gold Cup after placing third in last season’s Ultima Handicap – a race that has worked out incredibly well – although Jonjo O’Neill’s runner was pulled on seasonal reappearance at the start of November.

Mahler Mission is also prominent in our antepost market after an encouraging reappearance in the Colin Parker Memorial Intermediate Chase.

The Paul Nicholls-trained Complete Unknown is next in our early betting after taking his record over fences to three victories from five starts after beating Might I in October.

*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

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