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Win hospitality for Festival Trials Day at Cheltenham

We are well on the road to the 2024 Cheltenham Festival now and the next port of call in the build-up to the four day spectacle in March is Trials Day on Saturday 27th January.

As a Coral Racing Club member, we're giving you the opportunity to attend the meeting in style with a brilliant hospitality experience from our latest competition.

The card will be stacked with top class action featuring four Grade 2 events, including the Cotswold Chase, previously won by Native River, Many Clouds and Neptune Collonges, and the Cleeve Hurdle, that Paisley Park has famously dominated in recent years. 

The gates open at 10:00 for the seven race card, with the first race set to go off at 12:40.

What's included in the prize?

  • 2x General Admission tickets
  • Entry to the private Coral Racing Club hospitality box with spectacular views of the course
  • Complimentary buffet and bar
  • Car park pass

HOW TO ENTER: Click ENTER HERE below and tell us what your favourite Cheltenham Festival race is and why.

Do you have fond memories of a particular winner in a certain race? Is there a race you always look forward to at the Festival? Were you at the track to witness a particular moment of greatness that you'll never forget? 

Whichever race it is and why, we want to know for your chance to win.

The competition is free to enter, and if you are one of our 9 winners, we'll contact you shortly after the competition closes.

Please only enter this competition if you think you will be available to attend on Saturday 27th January.

Please ensure your contact details are up to date in your account settings for the purpose of all Coral Racing Club competitions.

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