Cheltenham Yankee Challenge Day 4 and Day 3's free bet winner
Get yourself a free bet if you win our 2010 Cheltenham Festival Yankee Challenge today.
Simply select a horse in each of the four races we have chosen today and we'll give you a mythical £1 win Yankee on those selections. If your "bet" gets the biggest returns of the day you'll win a £25 free bet. In the event of a tie one winner will be drawn at random.
A Yankee is a simple way to place multiple bets. It's basically made up of 11 bets on four horses: 1 x four-fold accumulator, 4 x trebles and 6 x doubles - so you only need two winners to see a return and with more winners the returns begin to stack up. As it's 11 bets you have to multiply your unit stake by that amount, so a £1 yankee would cost £11.
Tuesday's winner managed returns of £3028.00 from the £11.00 and got more than just the £25 free bet as he placed a real bet of his own! Yesterday our winners returns were boosted by £48 as his two winners were Irish trained and took advantage of our St Patrick's Day offer of enhanced starting prices. Mr Whittaker from London didn't take Big Buck's in the World Hurdle on Day 3 but still came out on top with returns of £323.00 for just one double.
Only one person can win the £25 free bet each day so don't miss out and make sure you place your own real yankee too.
Any winnings from free bets will not include the free bet stakes.
Only active William Hill account holders can enter the competition. An active account is deemed to have staked a cumulative total of at least £1.00 or equivalent on 19th March 2010.
Yankee returns will be calculated using normal William Hill horse racing rules.
Entries will be accepted until 14:00 on 19 March 2010. Entries received in error after this time will not be counted.