TV personality and Coral ambassador Chris Hughes has this week launched a prize draw which gives Coral customers the chance to own a share of the Coral Champions Club mare, Annie Mc, when she lines up in the inaugural Mares’ Chase at the Cheltenham Festival later this month. 

The Jonjo O’Neill-trained 7-y-o has been an impressive winner of her last two starts, and is currently 8-1 for the Grade 2 contest which takes place on Friday 19th March, putting her among the leading contenders, and ten lucky winners will each win 5% of any owners’ prize money won by her in the race, as well as other exclusive prizes.

Customers get one entry to the prize draw for every £5+/€5+ bet placed on any 2021 Cheltenham Festival ante-post market from 08:00 on 1st March 2021 until 23:59 on 14th March 2021. There is no maximum number of entries per customer and the prize draw will take place at 09:00 on Monday 15th March.

The prize includes the following per winner:

  • 5% share of any owners’ prize money won by Annie Mc in the 2021 Mares’ Chase
  • Exclusive access to Jonjo O’Neill, Jonjo O’Neill jr and Chris Hughes
  • £100 in free bets
  • A year long Racing Post Members’ Club Ultimate subscription
  • Exclusive Annie Mc merchandise supplied by Hacked Up

Chris Hughes said: “The amount of tweets and social posts I get about Annie is incredible, she’s fast becoming one of the most popular jump horses in training, and I’m thrilled that ten Coral customers are going to get the chance to own her at Cheltenham.

“I absolutely adore Annie and I can’t wait to see her strut her stuff at Cheltenham in two weeks’ time. She’s in fantastic form and must go there with one hell of a chance.”

“Although there sadly won’t be any crowds at this year’s Festival, it will still be a Cheltenham to remember for ten lucky Coral customers, as they will get the chance to experience the thrill of owning a runner at the biggest meeting of the season, as well as winning a host of exclusive prizes, including a share of any prize money Annie Mc collects,” said Coral’s David Stevens.