Driving bookmaker BetVictor have gone non-runner no wager on the 2013 Cheltenham Celebration.
The commencement to the world’s most prominent race meeting proceeds and stake present punters proceed on stall out into the Celebration markets, with the wagering in front of the primary races now starting to come to fruition.
In the wake of winning returns from Tropical storm Fly, Sprinter Sacre and Oodles of cash, the Champion Obstacle, Champion Pursue and World Obstacle markets have jumped into life and dashing fans keep on putting their confidence in the market pioneers.
In the mean time, the Gold Container showcase looks as completely open as ever with Kauto Star and Denman now resigned and Hennessy Gold Glass champ Weaves Worth heads the most recent wagering for the race.
With any semblance of Flemenstar, Sir Des Champs and previous victor Long Run additionally in the blend, it looks set to be a vintage reestablishment of the Blue Riband and you can now wager in the learning that BetVictor are non-runner no wager on the activity.
The main wagering firm will discount losing stakes up to a most extreme of GBP50 per stallion and GBP100 per race on the Cheltenham Celebration antepost advertises as a free wager if your choice is a non runner in the race.
BetVictor representative Charlie McCann disclosed to RacingTips: "We are attempting to give antepost punters a touch of protection for one years from now Cheltenham Celebration; in this manner on the off chance that you put down a GBP50 win wager on a determination for the Gold Glass and he neglects to make the line up you will get a GBP50 free wager for the Friday of the Celebration in your record on the morning of the race.
"If you put 2 x GBP50 win wagers on a similar race and they are both non runners you will have GBP100 worth of free wagers for the day of the race. This concession is to ingrain some trust in the antepost showcase for punters. The offer has been predated for all antepost wagers on the 2013 Cheltenham Celebration and we will exhort clients who have as of now had a wagered on the Celebration of their insurance."
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