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Coral Cup tips for March's Grade 3 race. Plenty of luck is needed to win this race, a huge field all primed to the second make this one of the toughest races to win at the meeting. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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IN SUMMARY: Max Dynamite has been the talking horse for this year’s renewal and you couldn’t argue he has live claims off a competitive mark, but preference is firmly for LE BREUIL. He has been highly regarded for some time and his novice form reads extremely well off his current mark. He bumped into a horse way ahead of his mark at Aintree last time, attempting to give over a stone and with the handicapper leaving him unchanged, he can take full advantage up in distance.

C'est Jersey
J: Noel Fehily T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Won at the Punchestown Festival in April 2017, pulled up over fences on his latest outing. He acts on heavy and wasn’t backtracking over 2m 5f over fences earlier in the year. That said, this mark demands plenty of him and it’s very easy to look elsewhere in the circumstances.
The Organist
J: Leighton Aspell T: Oliver Sherwood
Takes up this assignment rather than the Pertemps, not disgraced at Warwick when last seen in January. She weakened late on that occasion so a step back in trip should suit.. She’s not entirely discounted but others do look better handicapped.
Dusky Legend
J: Wayne Hutchinson T: Alan King
Has placed at the last two Festivals, but those were in a mares’ only race over 2m 1f. She now goes up markedly in trip on ground that shouldn’t suit her based on her previous record. It’s very easy to look elsewhere with plenty of doubts.
Red Indian
J: David Bass T: Ben Pauling
Has placed on all four of his handicap starts thus far, finishing three lengths behind William Henry in the Lanzarote. He’s now five pounds higher which means he only meets that rival on four pound better terms. He couldn’t be discounted for a place owing to his consistency, but others are far more interesting for win purposes.
Le Breuil
J: Aidan Coleman T: Ben Pauling
Has been highly regarded for some time, shaping with great promise as a novice. He was only beaten by a progressive sort at Aintree in December and he’s been given a break since, with his mark unchanged. He won’t mind if this turns into a slog and he’s potentially very well treated off this mark. Should prove tough to stop.
Jeannot De Nonant
J: Sean Bowen T: Peter Bowen
Off the mark at the second attempt for this yard when a comfortable winner at Southwell in February, though that was at Class 3 level. He has the stamina and will handle conditions, but there is strong doubts whether he’s got the required class to win this.
J: Patrick Cowley T: Emma Lavelle
Arrived at Sandown on a four-timer last time out, finishing ninth in a slightly disappointing effort. He’s now a pound lower but this mark does look really tough. It’s still early days for him, but others look far better handicapped.
Mischievious Max
J: J. J. Slevin T: Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
Had finished second four times this season prior to a heavy defeat at Leopardstown in December. He placed off a pound higher over course and distance in November, but that was a much weaker race than this. At this level, he looks to lack the required quality.
J: Reserve T: Ben Pauling
Graceful Legend
J: Max Kendrick T: Ben Case
Third in a 2m 4f Handicap here in December before a well beaten third in an Ascot Grade 2 last time. She was floundering by three out over 2m 7f and testing ground looked to really not suit her that day. She looks vulnerable to a stronger stayer.
J: Tom Cannon T: Alan King
In good form over comparable distances earlier this season, looking a non-stayer over three miles at Newbury last time. That doesn’t bode well for him given how strongly this will be run and with very little margin for error off this mark, it’s best to look elsewhere.
J: J. W. Kennedy T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Got back to form on her latest start when second at Leopardstown in a Grade B Handicap, well beaten by a runaway winner. She’s now three pounds higher and a step up in distance is a big concern, especially on this ground. She does look vulnerable to a stronger stayer late on.
Springtown Lake
J: Richard Johnson T: Philip Hobbs
Has some smart novice form in the book but his worst effort of this season came on heavy ground at this venue over 2m 4f. He looked to be running on empty towards the finish and with this being an even tougher test, you’d have to raise doubts about whether he’ll get home.
As You Were
J: Denis O'Regan T: Alan Fleming, Ireland
Has run only three times over timber, second to a useful Mullins horse at Naas on his latest start. He makes his handicap debut off a very interesting mark and the fact he’s stayed 2m 7f in heavy ground is a big feather in his cap. Very interesting contender.
River Frost
J: Barry Geraghty T: Alan King
Posted a great effort on return at Chepstow but was a massive disappointing in the Lanzarote at Kempton in January. He remains on the same mark but he’s unproven on softer ground. He’s Geraghty’s pick which entitles him to a second look, but it’s easy to doubt his chances
Bleu Berry
J: P. Townend T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Lightly raced seven year old who won a Grade 2 at Fairyhouse last season. He needed his run at Leopardstown on return and he’s now upped in distance on only his seventh hurdling start. He’s an unexposed quantity who could well be ahead of this mark. That said, the contentious issue remains his stamina.
J: D. E. Mullins T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Third string for Willie Mullins who was smart back in 2014/15, but has been sparsely seen since. He was far from disgraced on his return from nearly three years off at Gowran last month, but stamina is a big question mark and he’s got his fair share of the weight. A stronger case can be made for his stable-mates.
J: Sam Twiston-Davies T: Paul Nicholls
Backed up a good fourth in the Lanzarote when gamely winning a Grade 3 at Sandown last month. That was over 2m 7f but this should develop into a complete stamina test with the ground so testing. More is required off eight pounds higher, but he’s got everything in his favour and is considered.
William Henry
J: James Bowen T: Nicky Henderson
Posted a clear career best when landing the Lanzarote at Kempton in January, winning gamely and the form has been franked since. He’s only up six pounds and he gets headgear for the first time. Bowen takes off three pounds and he’s a leading contender.
J: Jeremiah McGrath T: Nicky Henderson
Disappointing earlier this season but the cheekpieces did the trick when a good third at Ascot in Grade 3 company last time. He is only a pound higher and he shaped as though he’d really appreciate a sterner test. Softer ground should hold no fears and he wouldn’t be a surprise addition to the placing.
Voix Du Reve
J: D. J. Mullins T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Fell when mounting a strong challenge in the Fred Winter in 2016, shaping with promise on his return but well beaten last time. He’s fallen to an attractive mark and this test should suit him, so it would be foolish to dismiss him as he’s still unexposed. Each way contender.
Fixe Le Kap
J: Daryl Jacob T: Nicky Henderson
Second in the Imperial Cup off three pounds lower but he’s been bitterly disappointing in two runs either side of a wind operation this season. He shaped with little immediate promise at Ascot last time and with stamina to prove up in trip, he makes little appeal.
Stowaway Magic
J: Nico de Boinville T: Nicky Henderson
Attempted to make all back over hurdles last time at Ascot, keeping on well when headed to finish fourth. A stronger stamina test should suit based on that evidence and he’s won over 2m 5f previously. He’s still lightly raced and a big run would be no surprise for top connections.
Diamond King
J: Davy Russell T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Won this contest in 2016 off four pounds lower, making a good reappearance at Punchestown over Christmas. He’s entitled to come on for the run and he acts on heavy, but his lack of racing this season does raise some concerns. Hard to rule out for a place but others look better placed.
Max Dynamite
J: R. Walsh T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Smart dual purpose performer who has run admirably in some massive flat races earlier this season. He returns to timber extremely well handicapped and softer ground should be no concern on previous form. He’s the Walsh pick of the Mullins contingent and has obvious claims.
Royal Vacation
J: Harry Cobden T: Colin Tizzard
Grade 1 winner over fences who has never reached that level over timber, well held in a Grade 2 on New Year’s Day. He reverts to handicaps well treated on his chasing form and he’s had a wind operation since his last run. Tough going is no concern but there is plenty to take on trust.
Mount Mews
J: Brian Hughes T: Ruth Jefferson
Very useful novice last season who was second in a Grade 1 at Aintree. He’s done himself no disservice over fences of late and returns to timber off a potentially lenient mark. He’ll appreciate a stern test at this distance and is another with strong each way claims.
Non Runners
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J: Non Runner T: John Quinn

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