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The Cheltenham Festival is underway and it won’t be long till our attention turns squarely to Aintree and the Grand National meeting.

Famous for the massive Irish domination in terms of results, the 2022 Cheltenham Festival gave us plenty to talk about with several of the races potentially impacting the Grand National ante post market.

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Cheltenham results 2022

Here’s a look at the Cheltenham Festival 2022 results, which may impact your thinking when it comes to the Grand National meeting at Aintree in April.

Cheltenham results day 1

Day one began with a couple of short-priced favourites landing their races, which meant a great start for punters and a dour one for bookmakers. The day was also notable for the success of British trainers. In 2021, Ireland came out comfortably on top, with 23 wins to just five for Britain. However, doubles for Nicky Henderson and Nico de Boinville have threatened to redress the balance in 2022.

2022 Supreme Novices’ Hurdle result

  1. Constitution Hill (9/4 joint fav)
  2. Jonbon (5/1)
  3. Kilcruit (6/1)

Joint favourite Constitution Hill, for Nicky Henderson and Nico de Boinville, was a spectacular winner of the opening Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, scoring by an amazing 22 lengths.

2022 Arkle Trophy result

  1. Edwardstone (5/2 fav)
  2. Gabynako (25/1)
  3. Blue Lord (4/1)

Edwardstone justified favouritism in the Arkle Trophy. Tom Cannon’s mount found himself hampered by a faller early on, but came on strongly and eventually won with room to spare, over four lengths clear of surprise package Gabynako.

2022 Ultima Handicap Chase result

  1. Corach Rambler (10/1)
  2. Gericault Roque (9/1)
  3. Oscar Elite (22/1)
  4. Tea Clipper (12/1)

The Ultima Handicap Chase, over 3 miles and 1 furlongs, saw 24 runners line-up, with Floueur a relatively weak favourite at 15/2. Gericault Roque and Oscar Elite appeared to be vying for victory, before Corach Rambler came storming through to win at 10/1 for Linda Russell and Derek Fox. The Ultima also saw some of the contenders for the 2022 Grand National in action. Death Duty finished strongly in sixth, ahead of Lostintranslation (8th) and Noble Yeats (9th).

2022 Champion Hurdle result

  1. Honeysuckle (8/11 fav)
  2. Epatante (16/1)
  3. Zanahiyr (28/1)

Tuesday was also to be the start of a great week for 2021 Grand National winner Rachael Blackmore, as she landed the feature race aboard the great mare Honeysuckle on her way. Fellow mare and 2020 winner Epatante was also in the reckoning but ultimately couldn’t live with Honeysuckle’s searing pace, while second favourite Appreciate It flattered to deceive, setting the pace before finishing out of the places.

2022 Mares’ Hurdle result

  1. Marie’s Rock (18/1)
  2. Queens Brook (4/1)
  3. Mrs Milner (14/1)

The Mares’ Hurdle provided a much-needed result for the bookies on day one, in a race that was also notable for a heavy fall. Henry de Bromhead and Rachael Blackmore had hoped to continue their successful partnership through Telmesomethinggirl, but she was brought down by Indefatigable, to the anguish of many a bettor. Mrs Milner was prominent for much of the race, but was eventually headed, as Marie’s Rock upset the odds to secure a day one double for the combination of Nicky Henderson and Nico de Boinville.

2022 Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle result

  1. Brazil (10/1)
  2. Gaelic Warrior (13/8 fav)
  3. Bell Ex One (28/1)
  4. HMS Seahorse (8/1)

The Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, known to many as the Fred Winter, featured 21 runners, and it was warm favourite Gaelic Warrior who led for much of the race. Errant jumping eventually proved costly though, as Brazil took the penultimate race of day one by a short head in the tightest finish of the Festival so far.

2022 National Hunt Challenge Cup Novices’ Chase result

  1. Stattler (2/1)
  2. Run Wild Fred (15/8 fav)
  3. Vanillier (11/4)

The lucky last, at least for some, was the National Hunt Challenge Cup over 3 miles, 6 furlongs. Once again punters did well in this race with the best backed trio in the event filling the first three places. Grand National entrant Run Wild Fred set the pace and stretched the field, but was overhauled with relative ease by Stattler. That gave Willie Mullins a win and narrowed the Prestbury Cup standings to GB 4-3 Ireland.

Cheltenham results day 2

As with day one, the second day of the Cheltenham Festival began with a couple of wins for well-backed favourites, but the day may well be most remembered for an underwhelming Queen Mother Champion Chase and Tiger Roll’s agonising defeat in the Country Chase

2022 Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle result

  1. Sir Gerhard (8/11 fav)
  2. Three Stripe Life (8/1)
  3. Whatdeawant (18/1)

The bookmakers really weren’t looking forward to the start of day 2, as yet another well-backed short-priced favourite threatened to spoil the beginning of their day. Sir Gerhard, trained by Willie Mullins and ridden by Paul Townend, duly won ahead of Three Stripe Life. Journey With Me was expected to provide the biggest threat to Sir Gerhard, but Rachael Blackmore’s mount tired before falling at the last.

2022 Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase result

  1. L’Homme Presse (9/4 fav)
  2. Ahoy Senor (4/1)
  3. Gaillard Du Mesnil (11/1)

The second race on day two was important for a couple of reasons. While the Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase is a Grade 1 race in its own right, it’s also a key early trial for the Gold Cup in future years – indeed this year’s top two have both shortened in the 2023 Gold Cup market following their impressive performances. Farouk D’alene was right in contention till he fell two from home. That left L’Homme Presse to take the glory, ahead of Ahoy Senor who struggled over several fences before coming home in a gutsy and creditable second place.

L’Homme Presse was the second favourite to win on day two, to keep alive the hopes of many holding big race accumulator betting slips.

2022 Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle result

  1. Commander Of Fleet (50/1)
  2. Fastorslow (18/1)
  3. Ashdale Bob (14/1)
  4. Camprond (10/1)

Race three was 2022’s renewal of the ever-popular Coral Cup, a 2m5f cavalry charge featuring a mammoth field of some 24 runners.

In stark contrast to so much of the week so far, this race turned out to be the veritable bookies’ benefit with several big-priced runners placed, including 50/1 winner Commander Of Fleet for Gordon Elliott and Shane Fitzgerald.

2022 Queen Mother Champion Chase result

  1. Energumene (5/2)
  2. Funambule Sivola (40/1)
  3. Envoi Allen (10/1)

3.30 on Wednesday saw the feature race of the day take place – the Queen Mother Champion Chase. This is the top two-mile chase race of the year and featured a stellar field.

Alas, the much anticipated showdown between Shishkin and Chacun Pour Soi failed to materialise. Odds-on favourite Shishkin looked uncomfortable throughout, before eventually being pulled up, to wreck the hopes of many ambitious accas. Chacun Pour Soi then unseated Patrick Mullins, to leave Energumene as the comfortable if not overly convincing winner.

2022 Cross Country Chase result

  1. Delta Work (5/2 fav)
  2. Tiger Roll (3/1)
  3. Plan Of Attack (25/1)

The Cross Country Chase was all about Gordon Elliott and Tiger Roll. The much loved Tiger Roll had been pulled out of the 2022 Grand National and had hoped to retire off the back of a glorious victory in front of an adoring Cheltenham crowd. The fairy tale wasn’t to be though, as Delta Work came home first by less than a length, to give an emotional Elliott a 1-2, but not in the order he’d hoped for.

Delta Work’s impressive if unpopular victory saw him cut across the board for the Grand National, with Plan Of Attack also trimmed for April’s Aintree showpiece despite finishing over 20 lengths behind the leading pair.

2022 Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Challenge Cup Handicap Chase result

  1. Global Citizen (28/1)
  2. Andy Dufresne (100/30 fav)
  3. Frero Banbo (6/1)
  4. Editeur Du Gite (15/2)

After the emotion of Tiger Roll’s likely swansong came the Grand Annual, a fantastic betting race run over two miles. Global Citizen and Editeur Du Gite led for much of the race, before the latter eventually ran out of steam. Favourite Andy Dufresne finished strongly but had to make do with second place.

2022 Weatherbys Champion Bumper result

  1. Facile Vega (15/8 fav)
  2. American Mike (5/2)
  3. James’s Gate (16/1)

The final race of day two was the Weatherbys Champion Bumper, the only flat race of the meeting. The race was delayed by 15 minutes as the sodden Cheltenham course was altered to avoid puddles on the course. Favourite Facile Vega wasn’t put off by either the delay or the heavy ground though, finishing strongly to win for Willie Mullins.

Grand National 2021

Jockey Davy Russell on Tiger Roll (L) leads Jockey David Mullins on Pleasant Company over the last fence on his way to winning the Grand National horse race on the final day of the Grand National Festival at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, northern England on April 14, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / PAUL ELLIS

Cheltenham Results day 3

2022 Turners Novices’ Chase result

  1. Bob Olinger (6/5)
  2. Busselton (50/1)
  3. El Barra (18/1)

Day three at the Cheltenham Gold Cup began with the Turners Novices’ Chase over 2½ miles, a race which can act as a great trial for future Cheltenham Gold Cups. And it got off to the most dramatic of starts, despite just four horses competing. Galopin Des Champs looked to have the beating of Bob Olinger heading to the last, but he failed to make it over the final fence.

Galopin Des Champs’ performance to that point saw him slashed in price for the 2023 Gold Cup, in from 7/1 to 4/1 favourite. Bob Olinger, the winner, actually drifted for next year’s Cheltenham showpiece, out to 14/1.

2022 Pertemps Network Final Handicap Hurdle result

  1. Third Wind (25/1)
  2. Alaphilippe (11/2 co-fav)
  3. Mill Green (33/1)
  4. Winter Fog (11/2 co-fav)

The three-mile Pertemps Network final was next up on Thursday, a 22-runner betting feast in which the 25/1 outsider Third Wind come home by a neck, to win ahead of co-favourites Alaphilippe and Winter Fog – a lucky escape for the bookies.

2022 Ryanair Chase result

  1. Allaho (4/7 fav)
  2. Janidil (12/1)
  3. Eldorado Allen (14/1)

The Ryanair was a one horse betting event, with Allaho starting the day as odds-on favourite and only shortening further. The money was thoroughly justified, as he set the pace and came home by 10 lengths. Conflated – the second favourite, and top weight for the 2022 Grand National – was in the race for the minor positions before falling.

2022 Stayers’ Hurdle result

  1. Flooring Porter (4/1)
  2. Thyme Hill (11/2)
  3. Paisley Park (17/2)

The Stayers’ Hurdle has seen some brilliant multiple champions down the years, courtesy of Big Buck’s, Baracouda and Inglis Drever, and now Flooring Porter has joined them in the record books, repeating his 2021 triumph. It was hoped by many that the loveable Paisley Park would regain his title, but he had to make do with third place for the second year in succession.

2022 Craft Irish Whiskey Co. Plate Handicap Chase result

  1. Coole Cody (22/1)
  2. Imperial Alcazar (7/2 fav)
  3. Spiritofthegames (12/1)
  4. Stolen Silver (18/1)

Cheltenham specialist Coole Cody came good with his fourth course win on his 13th run at Prestbury Park. The 22/1 shot, who finished fourth in the same race last year, defied his odds to see off favourite Imperial Alcazar by over six lengths.

2022 Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle result

  1. Love Envoi (15/2)
  2. Ahorsewithnoname (50/1)
  3. Grangee (13/2)

A disappointing run from Dino Blue ensured it was the bookmakers that had the best of day three of the Cheltenham Festival. The favourite had been part of the leading pack for much of the race, but he was unable to keep pace up the famous Cheltenham hill, eventually fading into tenth place and leaving Love Envoi to take home the prize.

2022 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Handicap Chase result

  1. Chambard (40/1)
  2. Mister Coffey (5/1 joint fav)
  3. Didero Vallis (66/1)
  4. Fakir D’alene (33/1)

The last thing bookmakers ever want is a winning favourite to end the day, and they got exactly what they wanted as 40/1 Chambard saw off 19 other contenders on a tough day for punters.

Cheltenham Results day 4

Day four of the Cheltenham Festival took place under glorious blue skies. Willie Mullins initially threatened to go through the card, but it was Rachael Blackmore who came away with Gold Cup glory. Riding A Plus Tard, Blackmore became the first female jockey to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup, to match her achievements from the 2021 Grand National little under a year ago. Here’s how the day’s racing panned out.

2022 Triumph Hurdle result

  1. Vauban (6/4 fav)
  2. Fil Dor (11/2)
  3. Pied Piper (7/2)

The traditional opening race of the final day of the Cheltenham Festival is the Triumph Hurdle, the top event for juvenile hurdlers and usually a tough betting puzzle to solve.

In this case the top three in the betting all went well, suggesting a good day could be on the cards for Ireland, and specifically Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott. Elliot’s duo – Fil Dor and Pied Piper – both threatened to win, but neither could quite match the pace of eventual winner and pre-race favourite Vauban.

2022 County Handicap Hurdle result

  1. State Man (11/4 fav)
  2. First Street (16/1)
  3. Colonel Mustard (13/2)
  4. West Cork (13/2)

Another one of the top betting races of the whole National Hunt season is the County Hurdle, a 2m1f race which this time featured no less than 26 runners. It was one for the punters this time too, with State Man seeing off the flying First Street to make it two races, two winning favourites, and two wins on the day for both jockey Paul Townend and trainer Willie Mullins.

2022 Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle result

  1. The Nice Guy (18/1)
  2. Minella Cocooner (9/2)
  3. Bardenstown Lad (20/1)
  4. Ballygrifincottage (28/1)

Things were heating up now as Gold Cup time approached on day 4, but first it was the turn of the three-mile novice hurdlers in the Albert Bartlett where Ginto and Hillcrest were vying for favouritism but both suffered unfortunate outcomes. Hillcrest looked uncomfortable throughout before being pulled up, whilst Ginco was right in contention at the front of the field before suffering a horrible injury.

That left the door open for a surprise winner, and the opportunity was duly taken by The Nice Guy to make it a hat-trick of wins for Willie Mullins on the final day of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival.

2022 Gold Cup result

  1. A Plus Tard (3/1 fav)
  2. Minella Indo (7/1)
  3. Protektorat (10/1)
  4. Galvin (10/3)

Time for the big one! Day 4’s biggest race, Cheltenham’s biggest race, the season’s biggest race. The Gold Cup.

The race was fascinating, with the entire field closely bunched as they headed up the Prestbury Park hill. In the end, we were left with the same front two as last year, with Minella Indo up against A Plus Tard. It was the 2021 Grand National winning pairing of Henry de Bromhead and an emotional Rachael Blackmore who prevailed, reversing the order from 12 months ago to win comfortably. Protektorat came home in third, ahead of Galvin, who fell off the pace up the hill before staying on gamely to finish fourth.

2022 Festival Challenge Cup Open Hunters’ Chase result

  1. Billaway (13/8 fav)
  2. Winged Leader (9/2)
  3. Mighty Stowaway (33/1)

After the excitement of the Gold Cup came the relatively serene atmosphere of the Hunters’ Chase. We saw a dramatic race nonetheless as Billaway, last year’s runner-up, came from nowhere to win on the line from Winged Leader. Billaway hit 20/1 in-running before delighting the Cheltenham crowds, whilst also securing yet another win for Irish trainer Willie Mullins.

2022 Mares’ Chase result

  1. Colreevy (9/4)
  2. Elimay (6/5f)
  3. Shattered Love (6/1)

The penultimate race of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival was the Mares’ Chase, a Grade 2 event staged over 2½ miles.

Mount Ida, one of the favourites for this race and the Grand National, was positioned at the rear of the field almost throughout, and finished last of the seven runners to complete the course. Concertista fared little better in fifth, but Elimay did punters proud, securing yet another win for the unstoppable Willie Mullins.

2022 Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle result

  1. Banbridge (12/1)
  2. Cobblers Dream (12/1)
  3. Hollow Games (9/2)
  4. Freedom to Dream (20/1)

As usual, the curtain was drawn on the Festival by the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle. Irish eyes were smiling yet again, but for once it wasn’t the Willie Mullins stable that were celebrating, as Banbridge won a closely fought race from Cobblers Dream. Banbridge’s victory completed a clean sweep on day four for Ireland, securing the Prestbury Cup 18-10.

Cheltenham Festival clues for Grand National 2022

The 2022 Cheltenham Festival provided a few precious clues regarding the Grand National a month later.

On day one, Death Duty came through from the rear of the field to finish sixth in the Ultima. He outperformed fellow Grand National contenders Lostintranslation and Noble Yeats, while Discordantly failed to make it round.

The Cross Country Chase saw a number of Grand National 2022 horses in action. Delta Work edged out Tiger Roll to win and was promptly cut across the board, from a best priced 66/1 to just 16/1 and as short as 12/1 in places. Also in action were Easysland and Brahma Bull, although neither finished the race and saw little impact on their Grand National ante-post odds. Plan of Attack came home in third, but is currently unlikely to make the final 40 for Aintree.

About the Cheltenham Gold Cup

The Cheltenham Gold Cup is the showpiece event at the four-day Cheltenham Festival, which is held each year in March. The race more often than not attracts the biggest betting turnover at the whole meeting.

A bit like the Grand National, the Gold Cup often attracts ‘once-a-year’ punters to place a bet on the race, which is another reason why the bookmakers like the race so much.

Run on the final day of the four-day Cheltenham Festival, the race is staged over a trip of 3m2 1/2f so a mix of stamina and speed are often wants needed when trying to find the winner of the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Golden Miller (1934) won both the Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Aintree Grand National in the same season and remains the most-recent horse to win both these big races in the same year.
In more recent times, Best Mate, landed three Cheltenham Gold Cup between 2002 and 2004, while the popular Kauto Star became the first horse to win back his Gold Cup title with wins in 2007 and 2009.

The Willie Mullins yard grabbed their first Cheltenham Gold Cup in 2019 when the 7 year-old Al Boum Photo landed the spoils under jockey Paul Townend, who was also winning the race for the first time. The same horse followed up to win the Gold Cup in 2020 and become the first horse since Best Mate (2002, 2003 and 2004) to win the race in back-to-back seasons.

Betting markets

2022 Cheltenham Betting Market Results

  1. 1st – A Plus Tard (3/1 fav), Trainer: Henry De Bromhead, Jockey: Rachael Blackmore
  2. 2nd – Minella Indo (7/1)
  3. 3rd – Protektorat (10/1)

The Cheltenham Gold Cup 2022 saw a role reversal, as A Plus Tard beat Minella Indo into second. Although the win was no surprise in terms of the betting odds, it was historic nonetheless, as Rachael Blackmore repeated her Grand National victory to become the first female Cheltenham Gold Cup winner.

As a weight-for-age race and not a handicap, only the first three count for official places in the Gold Cup. Many bookmakers were willing to pay out on fourth and even fifth place as part of their Cheltenham promotions.

The Grand National on the other hand has four places as standard, with bookmaker’s likely to pay out on five, six or even more places if you look for the right deal.

Bookmakers to bet on the Cheltenham Gold Cup

The following table contains all the important information about the best bookmakers where you can bet on the Cheltenham Gold Cup and about their Cheltenham betting offers:

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William HillWilliam Hill Sign Up Offer5/5Get William Hill Cheltenham Offer
UnibetCheltenham Bonus5/5Get Unibet Promo Code
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Unibet tends to provide their players with a plethora of promotions. Their welcome offer definitely deserves a big plus in our book as it allows you to stay in the game if your first bet loses. You can also enjoy the additional casino funds that come with this promotion. All in all, this is a really good welcome offer, in our opinion.

Paddy Power also gives you an offer that helps you to bet more freely as a new customer on this platform. Yet the amount of their welcome bonus is not as high as the previous operator, but there are other perks of using this online bookie. You can find more about it in the online reviews of this online bookie.

As for bet365, we are happy to say that this already established brand has their own signup offers as well. To find out more about these promotions and this operator, make sure to visit their website and check out their promotions page.

As you can see, there is a good reason why these three brands are in our review. It is now up to you to find the best option for yourself.

*all odds subject to change. 

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Key T&Cs: New customers using Promo code H30 only, Min £10/€10 stake, min odds 1/2, free bets paid as 2 x £15/€15, free bets credited after settlement of first qualifying bet, free bets will expire 30 days after the qualifying bet is placed, payment method/player/country restrictions apply. See full terms below. Terms & Conditions
Key T&Cs: New customers using Promo code H30 only, Min £10/€10 stake, min odds 1/2, free bets paid as 2 x £15/€15, free bets credited after settlement of first qualifying bet, free bets will expire 30 days after the qualifying bet is placed, payment method/player/country restrictions apply. See full terms below. Terms & Conditions
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Go to Parimatch
Key T&Cs: 18+ New Customers opt in, deposit and bet £5 at odds 2.00+ on Horse Racing within 7 days of registration; excludes cashed out bets. Get 3x £10 Free Bets, set events only at odds 2.00+. Free Bets expire in 7 days. Card payments only. T&Cs Apply, see below. | begambleaware.org | Please gamble responsibly Terms & Conditions
Key T&Cs: 18+ New Customers opt in, deposit and bet £5 at odds 2.00+ on Horse Racing within 7 days of registration; excludes cashed out bets. Get 3x £10 Free Bets, set events only at odds 2.00+. Free Bets expire in 7 days. Card payments only. T&Cs Apply, see below. | begambleaware.org | Please gamble responsibly Terms & Conditions
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Go to Bet Victor
T&Cs Apply: 18+ New customers only. Opt in, bet £5 at odds 2.00+ within 7 days of registering, no cashout. Get 2x £10 Free Bets, set events at odds 2.00+. Plus a £10 Slot Bonus, selected games, wager 20x to withdraw max £250. 7 day bonus expiry. Card payments only. T&Cs apply, see below. begambleaware.org | Please gamble responsibly Terms & Conditions
T&Cs Apply: 18+ New customers only. Opt in, bet £5 at odds 2.00+ within 7 days of registering, no cashout. Get 2x £10 Free Bets, set events at odds 2.00+. Plus a £10 Slot Bonus, selected games, wager 20x to withdraw max £250. 7 day bonus expiry. Card payments only. T&Cs apply, see below. begambleaware.org | Please gamble responsibly Terms & Conditions
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Go to Quinnbet
Key T&Cs: If your account has Sportsbook losses at the end of your first day's betting, QuinnBet will refund 50% of your losses as a Free Bet up to £25 (min 3 bets) Plus 10 Free online casino spins at QuinnCasino. Even if your account is up, you're guaranteed a £5 Free Bet Plus 10 Free Spins provided you place at least 1 bet of £10 or greater at the minimum odds. T&Cs apply | 18+ New UK Customers Only | BeGambleAware.org Terms & Conditions
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Go to Sport Nation
Key T&Cs: Valid for new UK & Irish customers. Only customers registering and playing via mobile are eligible for this offer. Min qualifying deposit £25. Min odds apply for free bets. 2 day expiry for free bets. Terms & Conditions
Key T&Cs: Valid for new UK & Irish customers. Only customers registering and playing via mobile are eligible for this offer. Min qualifying deposit £25. Min odds apply for free bets. 2 day expiry for free bets. Terms & Conditions
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Go to Betway
Key T&Cs: New UK customers only. £10 Min Deposit. 100% matched free bet on your first deposit of £10. 1 x wagering at odds of 1.75+ to unlock Free Bets. Debit Card deposits only. This offer is valid for 7 days from your new account being registered. 18+. BeGambleAware.org. Bet The Responsible Way. Terms apply Terms & Conditions
Key T&Cs: New UK customers only. £10 Min Deposit. 100% matched free bet on your first deposit of £10. 1 x wagering at odds of 1.75+ to unlock Free Bets. Debit Card deposits only. This offer is valid for 7 days from your new account being registered. 18+. BeGambleAware.org. Bet The Responsible Way. Terms apply Terms & Conditions

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