Cheltenham Festival 2017: Get an Impressive 40/1 on a Day One Mullins Winner

The first real highlight of the racing calendar is almost upon us with the Cheltenham Festival just heading into view and the bookmakers’ promotions are just starting to trickle in. One of the most interesting of these is from Racebets, a dedicated horse racing bookie who are offering a staggering 40/1 on a Willie Mullins trained horse taking a first day victory.

That’s been lifted from a short odds on price and here’s what you need to do in order to claim it.


This deal is for new customers to Racebets who sign up via the promotional landing page. When you register your details, it’s very important that you find the Bonus section and enter the code MULLINS40. From here you will be taken to the cashiers page where you must credit at least £10.00 into that new account via any method other than Skrill, Neteller or PaySafe. This is very important as any of these eWallets will render the promo null and void.

Your funds should be available instantly and you must now stake the fixed amount of £1.00 on Willie Mullins to train a winner on the first day of this year’s festival – 14.03.17. If you are successful, the returns at the standard book price come straight back into your account while the balance up to 40/1 is issued as ‘Bonus Cash’ which you must play through three times in a 30 day period at odds of 1.50 or greater.

Please check all terms and conditions relating to this offer, particularly the Bonus Cash element which is quite specific to RaceBets.

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Man to Beat

The odds on Willie Mullins dominating the festival once again are very short, no matter which option you take. At the time of writing, he is listed at a best of 1/2 with Betway and Ladbrokes to finish as the top trainer and that will be seen by many to be one of the safer bets of the four day event.

Mullins also has a powerhouse line up for day one which features a great schedule of races including the Arkle Chase, the Supreme Novices Hurdle, the Champion Hurdle and the National Hunt Chase. While we wait for final confirmation of all the runners and riders, there is more than a strong chance that at least one Mullins mount will be in the Winners Circle at the end of the day.

Nothing in sport is ever guaranteed but as the Cheltenham offers start to drift in, this is one of the most eye catching that we have spotted so far.

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