Get your cash back if your horse finishes second, third or fourth in the Supreme
The Cheltenham Festival gets under way on Tuesday 11 March, with the famous roar accompanying the start of the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle which will see some top-class horses battling it out over two miles to see who will claim the meeting opener.
It’s always great to get off to a winning start and Paddy Power are giving punters every chance of at least breaking even after race one at the Festival, with the Irish bookmaker announcing yet another Cheltenham money back offer which is sure to prove popular.
Quite simply, place a bet on the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle and enjoy money back if your horse finishes second, third or fourth in this race, with Paddy offering a refund up to £50 on the big race.
The bookmaker are claiming this is their best ever offer for Cheltenham and they have paid out on back-to-back Festivals following Sprinter Sacre’s demolition job in the Arkle and then Hurricane Fly delivering the goods in the 2013 Champion Hurdle.
Irving is the 2/1 favourite to win the race for Paul Nicholls who saddled Al Ferof to victory in this race three years ago and the horse stands every chance considering it has made an unbeaten start to his career.
However, Vautour is a 3/1 poke and the shining light in the Willie Mullins stable could go close to victory under Ruby Walsh, while Wicklow Brave also runs for Mullins and can be backed at 13/2.
New Paddy Power customers can claim a free £20 bet when they register an account and bet just £10 so it’s a great time to be opening an account with a bookmaker who are running a series of daily price boosts.