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Ladbrokes are non-runner, money back on all Cheltenham races

| 08.03.2011

Ante-post betting can be a dangerous betting market to look into, but when Ladbrokes offer non-runner money back on all ante-post Cheltenham betting markets, punters can be safe in the knowledge that their money will not be spent on non-runners.

It’s just seven days until the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle starts to the sound of the Cheltenham roar, and punters should not miss out on what will be four days of intense betting action.

With horses such as Captain Chris holding multiple entries – the Philip Hobbs-trained seven-year-old is 12/1 to win the Arkle and 7/1 to win the Jewson Novices’ Chase – there would’ve been a slight risk backing Captain Chris for the Jewson Novices’ if Hobbs had decided to run him in the Arkle.

But the Ladbrokes offer makes betting on Cheltenham a lot easier for punters and new customers wishing to take advantage of the ante-post Cheltenham odds can sign up here for a free Cheltenham bet worth £25.

Dunguib, the 2009 Champion Bumper winner and 2010 Cheltenham Festival bottler looks likely to run in the Champion Hurdle and is 14/1 to win it, but trainer Philip Fenton warned punters Dunguib could run in the Coral Cup at Cheltenham.

Backing Dunguib to win the Champion Hurdle with the non-runner, no bet offer would mean that should Dunguib make an unlikely switch to the Coral Cup, punters would receive their stake back.

The Cheltenham Festival is a huge betting event attracting money from all over the world and plenty of punters hope the four days bring plenty of riches.

With 27 Cheltenham Festival races to get your teeth stuck into, there is plenty of value to be found in the Cheltenham odds and with all the risk taken out of the ante-post betting, taking advantage of the better odds has never been safer or easier.

A £25 stake on Dunguib winning the Champion Hurdle would return £375. New customers can sign up here for a free bet worth £25.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.