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22 Sep
2016

Unwrap A Gift At Newmarket?

The good horses may already be beginning to appear in the infancy of the Jumps season, with Moon Racer and Ballyandy – the last two winners of the Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival clashing over hurdles at Perth on Thursday, something brilliantly flagged up by the highly recommended @CheltenhamNews Twitter account, but it’s to Newmarket we head this weekend for two televised days at the Cambridgeshire Meeting.

Group races aplenty combined with highly valuable, big field rat-a-tat-tat handicaps, Newmarket, the HQ of British Flat racing, is the place to be if you enjoy the Flat at this time of year…

For yours truly, fuelled by what may very well be the East of England’s finest curry on Thursday night, Channel 4’s coverage gets rolling on Friday afternoon with a two and a half hour live offering, featuring a brace of listed races ands a pair of Group 2’s.

In the first if those Group events, only two of the last 10 favourites have prevailed in the Rockfel (3.05pm), in which the 2016 version is headed at the top of the betting by Roger Charlton’s evens shot Fair Eva, who tasted defeat for the first time when going down to Queen Kindly at York last month (she runs at Newmarket on Saturday in the Group 1 Cheveley Park).

Charlton will be hoping Fair Eva can set down a marker for next year’s 1,000 Guineas – indeed since 1988 four fillies have completed the Rockfel/Guineas double – and at present she is available at a best price of 8/1 with both Ladbrokes and Coral for next year’s fillies’ Classic.

It’s a tough one to call, and in the absence of a really strong opinion I’m going to instead flag up some value in the later Joel Stakes at 3.40pm, an open looking renewal of the £109,000 contest.

Dropping in class, John Gosden’s Group 1 performer Nathra will be popular here under Frankie combined with her fillies’ allowance, but there could be some mileage in taking her on with the Hugo Palmer runner, 113-rated Gifted Master.

Available at 9/1 in a six horse race, he’s top-rated and has lots of encouraging form, kicking off this season with wins at Newmarket and Ascot, before going off the red hot favourite at 5/4 for a Group 2 at Haydock Park.

If we knew then what we know now we’d have said it was a great run to finish third to Quiet Reflection, since when Gifted Master has been placed at Glorious Goodwood and tried his hand in Group 1 company in France.

Back down to Group 2 level, with William Buick on board (he’s unbeaten on Gifted Master) he looks over priced, and that’s before you factor in his form here at Newmarket!

His figures on the Rowley Mile in five career outings are a formidable 12111, and in a race where he gets weight from the older horses that looks encouraging to say the least.

Most firms are 8/1 but Coral go 9’s at the time of writing.

Later on, one race which isn’t on C4 but definitely wouldn’t look out of place, is the listed mile and a half Mukhadram Godolphin’s Stakes at 5.25pm.

It’s a really tricky one to call, but note the stable form of the Wiliam Haggas team, who run Dal Harraild – in the fortnight to the close of play on Wednesday they’d had an astonishing 21 winners in that 14 day period alone!

Hats off to Mr Haggas and respect to his runner, but my vote goes to the John Gosden’s inmate, Furia Cruzada.

The three-time Grade 1 winner in South America, she’s yet to strike in Europe, but to be fair has operated at a very high level and posted some excellent form in defeat, notably at Royal Ascot and Haydock Park.

Dropping in class, this can be her time to strike.

Good luck!

Friday’s best bets at Newmarket:

3.40 – Shadwell Joel Stakes – 5 Gifted Master (each way) @ 9/1 (Coral)

5.25 – Mukhadram Godolphin’s Stakes – 4 Furia Cruzada (win) @ 5/1 with bet365

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19 Sep
2016

Sky High On A Tuesday?

One of four handicap debutants in an 11-runner field, Lucy Wadham’s Iconic Sky might be the solution to Lingfield Park’s all-weather staying race on Tuesday afternoon (4.05pm), lining up under would be champion jockey, Jim Crowley, as she steps markedly up in trip.

Campaigned at a mile and a quarter and a mile and a half so far, this daughter of Cup horse, Sixties Icon, can improve dramatically now upped in distance to a smidgin’ shy of two miles from a lowly mark.

Available at 7/1 in several places on Monday night, she also goes into a cheeky double alongside a selection at the day’s sole National Hunt fixture:

Neil Mulholland has found a really weak 0-100 contest in which to try and return Highbury High to winning ways at Warwick (2.50pm), restoring the nine-year-old to two and a half miles after a near miss over shorter at Fontwell last time out.

He remains on a wining mark and the stable have been among the winners.

At early prices the double pays 31/1.

Good luck!

Tuesday’s best bets:

2.50 Warwick – Rathbone Investment Management H’Cap Chase – 2 Highbury High (win) @ 5/2 with bet365

4.05 Lingfield – National Windscreens H’cap – 7 Iconic Sky (each way) @ 9/2 with Sky Bet

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17 Sep
2016

It’s All In The Name On Ayr Gold Cup Day

Twice in the last 20 years horses have successfully defied a penalty to land the spoils in the Ayr Gold Cup, and that tally could be boosted on Saturday afternoon, with Bryan Smart’s Nameitwhatyoulike fancied to etch his name onto the roll of honour.

Worth a total of £200,000, the 25-runner six furlong sprint handicap is an annual teaser worth watching, live this time around on More4 at 3.45pm.

What looks a key ingredient here is the draw, in a race where last year’s winner, Don’t Touch, came from stall eight.

To be fair, that was just the third single figure drawn horse to win in a decade, but the evidence stacking up from the last two days clearly points towards the low numbers:

Ayr raced on Thursday, where in the concluding 19-runner sprint handicap, the first eight home emerged from stalls 1, 3, 7, 2, 8, 12, 6, 4.

Still not convinced?

In yesterday’s Bronze Cup, won by Classic Seniority, the first three home came from berths 5, 7, 8.

With that in mind, we need to target something drawn low and with experience in races of this nature.

Step forward Nameitwhatyoulike, in the hands of ace apprentice Adam McNamara.

McNamara’s five pound claim offsets the penalty earned for winning at York last time out, this horse’s second consecutive win, having also readily taken a 20-runner event at Ripon previously.

He handles cut in the ground, and knows Ayr having appeared in last year’s Silver Cup.

Something of a late bloomer, he appears a better horse now, having signed off 2015 with a big field handicap win at Doncaster.

The combination of McNamara, a favourable draw and a fast pace in a big field for a horse who has never been in better form, make Nameitwhatyoulike an attractive proposition at the 14/1 available with either bet365 or Paddy Power, both of whom bet to five places each way on the race.

Good luck!

Saturday’s best bet:

3.45 Ayr – William Hill Ayr Gold Cup – 9 Nameitwhatyoulike (each way) @ 14/1 (bet365 or Paddy Power)

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11 Sep
2016

Salute The Curragh On A Champion Weekend

It’s all happening this afternoon, with a dazzling Irish Champions Weekend winging its way to the Curragh for the second mighty instalment, Listowel’s Harvest Festival getting underway for the first day of seven down in County Kerry, while in France it’s Arc Trials Day at Chantilly.

Plenty to chew on then, with Hidden Cyclone the star name at Listowel, where trainer John ‘Shark’ Hanlon has spotted a smart opportunity for him to bag €13,000 over hurdles after his heroics at Galway.

It’s in Kildare where the big money is to be dished out though, and in the five races slated live on RTE2 trainer Aidan O’Brien will have high hopes of a four-timer, one which at morning prices would pay something in the region of 7/1, with his key hopes:

2.35 – Blandford Stakes – Best In The World 10/11

3.40 – Moyglare Stud Stakes – Promise To Be True 11/10

4.15 – National Stakes – Churchill 4/6

4.50 – Irish St Leger – Order Of St George 1/5

Is is that straight forward? Rarely, as yesterday’s results proved.

O’Brien saw five favourites beaten on a tricky day, including Idaho in the St Leger at Doncaster, as well as General MacArthur and US Army Ranger at Leopardstown, all of whom were odds on.

For that reason I’ll be keeping my euros in my pocket where the four fold is concerned, choosing instead try and selectively weed out a hint of Curragh value.

It’s immediately noticeable that Irish racing has done much to attract overseas trainers, and a stunning 42 horses declared on today’s card are trained outside of Ireland, just 24 hours after Almanzor swooped to win the Champion Stakes for France.

One of those is Richard Hannon’s Mehmas, who’ll be doing his bit to foil the O’Brien four-timer, lining up under Frankie Dettori as the most creditable piece of opposition to Churchill in the Group 1 National Stakes at 4.15pm.

Churchill might be joint favourite for next year’s Derby at 16/1 and 20/1, but his form isn’t yet as tall as his reputation, and in Mehmas he meets much his stiffest challenger to date.

Stepping up in trip today, Mehmas brings experience and achievement to the table, having won four of his six starts to date, including gutsy Group 2 strikes at Newmarket and Glorious Goodwood the last twice.

He promises to be even better up in distance, and the 5/2 with Hills looks a fair price.

At rather more speculative odds, my other fancy on the card comes not from England but from Rathbride in County Kildare, just a short hop down the road from the Curragh.

There, trainer Ken Condon will have been celebrating last night, after well backed Landfall beat General MacArthur and co to win the Group 3 juvenile yesterday.

He might have more corks to pop tonight, especially if In Salutem can outrun his odds of 20/1 in the Derrinstown Stud Flying Five Stakes (3.10pm).

There has to be a real chance the six-year-old can do precisely that under Shane Foley, arriving here after a fruitful summer in top form.

The searing gallop and yielding ground will be perfect for a horse who looks more than ready to bridge the gap between handicaps and Group races.

Good luck!

Sunday’s best bets at the Curragh:

3.10 – Derrinstown Stud Flying Five Stakes – 3 In Salutem (each way) @ 16/1 with Bet Victor

4.15 – Goffs Vincent O’Brien National Stakes – 5 Mehmas (win) @ 9/4 with Sky Bet

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09 Sep
2016

In The Sheikh Up At Donny

The 250th running of the £100,000 Doncaster Cup (3.40pm), the stayers’ Grade 2, is the focal point of this afternoon’s card at Town Moor, a quality day’s racing in itself, but also a handy aperitif for what promises to be a spectacular weekend of sport in both Britain and Ireland.

First though, we need to try and unearth a diamond from the assembled field of nine for today’s race, in which the bookies make Roger Charlton’s Quest For More their market leader.

The blinkered winner of York’s Lonsdale Cup, he hasn’t always been the most reliable conveyance, and it ought to be remembered that in the Goodwood Cup on his penultimate outing, he was only sixth, behind third-placed Sheikhzayedroad.

At double his odds the latter hints at being the value alternative today, coming here off the back of that fine third in the Goodwood Cup, as well as filling the same position behind Order Of St George in the Ascot Gold Cup.

Rated 113, he’s only 1lb behind the favourite on figures, and is a guaranteed stayer with no quirks.

Trainer David Simcock continues to fire in the winners, and his contender here looks attractively priced at the 6/1 available with either bet365 or Ladbrokes.

Good luck!

Today’s best bet at Doncaster:

3.40 – Doncaster Cup – 7 Sheikhzayedroad (each way) @ 6/1 (bet365 or Ladbrokes)

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02 Sep
2016

Sprint Cup Highlights Competitive Haydock Card

No Tom I’m afraid this week folks so you’ve got me, Russell Palmer from the Betting Directory as I bid to ably deputise as Tom tops up his tan on holiday.

It’s a pretty competitive day looking across the cards, with the highlight the 32Red Sprint Cup at Haydock (4.30pm). Limato is the short priced favourite and with good reason following his win in the July Cup earlier in the Summer and the second place last time out behind Mecca’s Angel in the Nunthorpe.

There was no disgrace in finishing second that day and his form is better than any in Saturday’s field. However, with forecast rain on its way to Haydock the four year old’s participation could be up in the air, so I’ve picked out a couple of each -way chances as insurance.

The form of the July Cup is key here as I like the second and third home that day to go well again on Saturday.

The filly Quiet Reflection has been hugely impressive this season, winning the Group 2 Sandy Lane here in May by three and three quarter lengths. A win in the Group 1 Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot followed and she was third at Newmarket last time. She gets a fillies allowance here, goes on any ground if there is to be a change in the going and arrives fresh. The Henry Candy trained filly can be backed each-way at 11/2 with Coral.

The horse who finished between Limato and Quiet Reflection in second at Newmarket was Suedois who represents real value here at 14/1.

If we’re backing Quiet Reflection then Suedois should also be considered. The David O’Meara trained five year old has four pounds in hand on Quiet Reflection from that July Cup run due to the weight for age allowance and I can’t for the life of me see why he’d be a double figure price amongst this field.

Earlier in the card I like the look of Hathal trained by William Haggas in the Superior Mile (3.00pm). I backed Yorker trained by Haggas in the Strensall Stakes a few weeks ago at York, a horse that had come back following a long lay off and the trainer has a knack with horses such as these with Hathal running for the first time in a year.

The four year old was improving last year winning a Listed race at Newbury before the lay-off. The Haggas yard is in absolutely scorching form with his last 38 runners yielding 20 who have finished either first or second. At 7/1 with Paddy Power and Betfair it looks a cracking each-way bet.

Tom will be back next week, good luck with Saturday’s bets!

Saturday’s Best Bets:

3.00pm Haydock – Superior Mile – Hathal (each-way) 7/1 (Paddy Power and Betfair)

4.30pm Haydock – 32Red Sprint Cup – Quiet Reflection (each-way) 11/2 (Coral) and Suedois (each-way)  14/1 (Various)

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25 Aug
2016

Stoute In The ‘Thik’ Of It

Supplemented for a race his trainer, Sir Michael Stoute, has won eight times since 1987, Thikriyaat looks the one to be with in Saturday’s most valuable prize, the Group 2 Doom Bar Celebration Mile (4.30pm) at Goodwood.

One of the infrequent but popular days upon which the Chanel 4 bandwagon gets a welcome chance to set up camp on the scenic Sussex Downs, the Celebration mile features a field of just five, of which the two three-year-olds, Thikriyaat and Zonderland, hold sway at the top of the market.

Bear in mind, the Classic generation have dominated this event and then some, taking six of the last eight renewals, from a mere 11 representatives.

What’s more, Thikriyaat has been beaten just once in five career outings, and even that came when runner-up at the hands of a future Group 1 scorer, Ribchester.

He won a Group 3 over course and distance last time out on a track that can take some knowing, and looks a very solid option in the hands of Paul Hanagan.

At the time of writing, both Stan James and Paddy Power are 15/8.

Notching a double figure winners tally in the fortnight to Friday, it could actually be a quickfire ‘cross the card’, Group race, three-year-old double for team Stoute, as Ulysses goes for Windsor’s Winter Hill Stakes on Saturday evening (6.00pm).

Fit again Ryan Moore is jocked up to partner a horse who made a massive impression when winning his maiden at Newbury, earning a hike in class that saw his next start come in the Derby!

A shade out of his depth there, he was more at home when winning a mile and a half Group 3 at Glorious Goodwood.

This drop in trip to 1m 2f won’t be an issue, especially with Moore eager to make up for lost time.

Good luck!

Saturday’s best bets:

4.30 Goodwood – Doom Bar Celebration Mile – 4 Thikriyaat (win)

6.00 Windsor – Winter Hill Stakes – 4 Ulysses (win)

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20 Aug
2016

Shrewd Money Rewarded At York?

Iain Jardine’s Shrewd looks a livewire in this afternoon’s Ebor Handicap at York (4.00pm), and as a well drawn, lightly weighted, in-form, recent course and distance winner he commands plenty of respect.

Favourites have a miserable record, just one successful since 1998, so in an open renewal of the £280,000 contest, he looks fair value at around 12/1.

Elsewhere, the Evan Williams-trained Roadie Joe is overpriced at 11/1 for Newton Abbot’s 2m 5f handicap hurdle (2m 5f).

A Grade 2 winner at Chesptow last year, he can win fresh and has a feather weight when you factor in young Lewis Gordon’s claim.

Don’t be too surprised if he can creep into the frame, or better.

At Chelmsford this evening Mark Johnston’s Space Mountain looks like a winner in the extended 1m 5f handicap (7.20pm).

Up four pounds for winning Beverley, he’ll love this further step up in distance ands gets weight from all comers.

Lastly, Brighton can continue their dominant early form in the Championship by taking all three points away to Reading.

The Seagulls look like they mean business, and after blitzing Rotherham in midweek can continue their momentum.

Good luck!

Saturday’s best bets:

3.45 Newton Abbot – toteexacta Handicap Hurdle – 2 Roadie Joe (each way)

4.00 York – Betfred Ebor Handicap – 18 Shrewd (each way)

7.20 Chelmsford – toteexacta Handicap – 6 Space Mountain (win)

Championship football – Brighton to win away to Reading

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18 Aug
2016

Back On Song In Sunny York?

Fast ground, big crowds and blazing sunshine are the key ingredients so far here in York, where we head into day two of the Ebor Meeting after an opening salvo which featured headline displays from Idaho and Postponed.

The first of those is now something in the region of a 7/4 favourite for the St Leger after barrelling his way through yesterday’s Great Voltigeur, while Roger Varian’s Postponed could be set to light up the Arc de Triomphe at its temporary home of Chantilly in October, for which bookies’ quotes range between 4/1 and 5/1 following his classy display in the feature Juddmonte International.

Today’s big one comes at 3.40pm in the shape of the Darley Yorkshire Oaks, with a four strong challenge from Aidan O’Brien, spearheaded by proven top level performer Found.

There is a little bit of a question mark for her on this quicker surface though, and in receipt of a meaty 10 pounds it might be one of the three-year-olds that come to the fore.

Seventh Heaven lived up to her name when winning the Irish Oaks in mid-July, but it’s another of the O’Brien quartet, Even Song, who might claw back some of her dented reputation from that race by springing a surprise today.

Sent off the 4/5 market leader for the Curragh Group 1, she wasn’t a danger at any stage that day, but leat we forget any horse can have an off day, and this filly didn’t go off odds on for a Group 1 by accident…

Furthermore, Ryan Moore chose her over both Seventh Heaven and Pretty Perfect that day, no doubt hugely impressed by her win in Royal Ascot’s Ribblesdale.

A return to that form, with Pat Smullen up for the first time today, might see her make a mockery of her odds, with bet365 and Stan James both going 14/1 and 1/4 odds for each way money.

Later on, another filly crossing the pond from Ireland who might be over-priced is the Jim Bolger-trained Glamorous Approach, who takes her place in the hands of Kevin Manning in the EBF & Sir Henry Cecil Galtres Stakes (4.20pm).

The Bolger stable is in superb nick, and today’s mile and a half assignment might be ideal for a progressive three-year-old who has been experimented with at a variety of distances.

By Derby winner New Approach, she’s joint top rated but gets weight from the older horses, giving her a great chance to at least make the frame at the 15/2 available with Hills.

Good luck!

Today’s best bets at York:

3.40 – Darley Yorkshire Oaks – 6 Even Song (each way) @ 14/1 (bet365)

4.20 – EBF & Sir Henry Cecil Galtres Stakes – 6 Glamorous Approach (each way) @ 7/1 (Paddy Power)

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17 Aug
2016

York Day One Tips

All roads lead to the Knavesmire here in sunny York, with day one of the always keenly-anticipated Ebor Meeting upon us.

If affordable champagne, top notch Flat racing, big crowds and tricky betting heats are your bag then this is the place to be without question.

The opening card of the four day fixture has the look of a bookmaker’s day, but the way to attack it could be to target a couple of big-priced fancies in the feature races…

Rated 120 and placed in both the English and Irish Derby, you’d have to respect Aidan O’Brien’s Idaho in the Great Voltigeur at 3.05pm, the horse who the firms make just 4/1 for next month’s St Leger.

He’s odds on to take today’s audition for that contest by the scruff of the neck, but there could be value in opposing him today with 10/1 chance Imperial Aviator.

Trained by in-form Roger Charlton, who has notched three winners from his last 11 runners, Imperial Aviatior steps up in trip here after a break, trying his hand at Group 2 company after a failed experiment in the French Derby.

To be fair he was completely unsuited by the Soft ground at Chantilly, and as a son of star performer Paco Boy, is much better judged on what he can achieve on today’s surface, Good to Firm.

His father was unbeaten on that going description, including a brace of Group 1’s.

As for Imperial Aviator, he was unbeatable at a lower level in the spring, seeing Ulysses at Leicester, before turning on the style in a red-hot three-year-old handicap at Newbury in May.

This demands far more, but he could have lots of improvement to come at a mile and a half, and he looks generously priced at 10/1 with any of bet365, Boyle, Hills or Ladbrokes.

The big ones comes around at 3.40pm, with the big money Juddmonte International attracting a glittering field of 13.

Trying to attain a sixth win on the bounce, Roger Varian’s Postponed is hot favourite for this, but he has to prove he’s as potent at a mile and a quarter as he is at a mile and a half, and at more than four times his price there could be value in chancing your arm with the William Haggas-trained Mutakayyef.

Drastically improved since being gelded in the winter, this son of Sea The Stas looks more than ready for a tilt at a top level prize, winning both of his starts this year.

Haggas could barely be having a better season, firing in winners left, right and centre, and in Mutakayyef he has a horse who could net him a huge prize.

He looked great last time out at Ascot, and goes really well here any York.

Back him each way at a general 8/1.

Good luck!

Wednesday’s best bets at York:

3.05 – Betway Great Voltigeur Stakes – 5 Imperial Aviator (each way) @ 10/1 (bet365, Boyles or Ladbrokes)

3.40 – Juddmonte International Stakes – 7 Mutakayyef (each way) @ 8/1 (bet365, Betfred, BetVictor or Betway)

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New William Hill online customers only. Min. unit stake of £10 at odds of 1/2 or greater. Only the 'win' part from EW bets will count. Free bet terms, payment method & country restrictions apply. Free bets credited as 3 x £10. Free bet stakes are not returned as part of the settlement of successful free bets. All Free Bets must be wagered within 30 days.


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Bet £10 Get £30 in Free Bets

New William Hill online customers only. Min. unit stake of £10 at odds of 1/2 or greater. Only the 'win' part from EW bets will count. Free bet terms, payment method & country restrictions apply. Free bets credited as 3 x £10. Free bet stakes are not returned as part of the settlement of successful free bets. All Free Bets must be wagered within 30 days.


Bet £10 Get £30

Only available to new customers from UK & Northern Ireland. You must stake £10 or more at single/cumulative odds of Evens (2.0) or greater on your first bet. Free bet balance of £30 credited within 48 hours of your first bet being settled. Free Bets expire after 7 days. E-Wallet restrictions apply. Minimum 5 game rounds. Game restrictions apply. Maximum 30 Free Spins on selected games. Free Spins expire after 7 days. Full T&Cs apply.


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Bet £10 Get £30

Only available to new customers from UK & Northern Ireland. You must stake £10 or more at single/cumulative odds of Evens (2.0) or greater on your first bet. Free bet balance of £30 credited within 48 hours of your first bet being settled. Free Bets expire after 7 days. E-Wallet restrictions apply. Minimum 5 game rounds. Game restrictions apply. Maximum 30 Free Spins on selected games. Free Spins expire after 7 days. Full T&Cs apply.


Bet £10 Get £60

New Customers Only. Qualifying bet must be placed at odds of 2.0 or greater; £50 Free Sports Bet split into 5 bets of £10 each, valid on set events only; **Wager must be 40 times the Free Casino Bonus in order to withdraw winnings. Credit or Debit Card deposits only; Deposit and bet of £10 required within 7 days of opening new account, T&C apply.


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Bet £10 Get £60

New Customers Only. Qualifying bet must be placed at odds of 2.0 or greater; £50 Free Sports Bet split into 5 bets of £10 each, valid on set events only; **Wager must be 40 times the Free Casino Bonus in order to withdraw winnings. Credit or Debit Card deposits only; Deposit and bet of £10 required within 7 days of opening new account, T&C apply.


£25 Bet Bundle

18+, T&C's apply. Cash stakes only. Min £10 stake required for initial £5 free bet. Min odds 1/2. Max £25 in free bets. Subsequent free bets equal 50% average of each of 3 qualifying bets. 13 bets required to receive full £25 free bet. Qualifying bet must be placed within 30 days of opening account. Free bet expires after 7 days. Payment method restrictions apply.


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£25 Bet Bundle

18+, T&C's apply. Cash stakes only. Min £10 stake required for initial £5 free bet. Min odds 1/2. Max £25 in free bets. Subsequent free bets equal 50% average of each of 3 qualifying bets. 13 bets required to receive full £25 free bet. Qualifying bet must be placed within 30 days of opening account. Free bet expires after 7 days. Payment method restrictions apply.