By News Team
Last Updated: 12th March 2021
It’s the time of the year all horse racing fans get excited about with Cheltenham fast approaching.
Whether it’s the ultra-competitive handicaps or the high-class Championship races there is something for everyone and here at William Hill we’ve got a number of enhancements and promotions.
We’ve all had it when the horse you’ve backed looks sure to take home the spoils but somehow another rival just pips it to the post. This year, William Hill’s punters won’t be quite as disappointed as usual if that transpires as we’re offering Money Back as cash up to £10 on selections of 3/1 or bigger on all 28 races at Cheltenham this year if your horses finish second.
Think you’ve found a good price in the morning, but the horse actually goes off at bigger odds? At William Hill that doesn’t matter because if the SP is greater than the price taken, we’ll pay out at the larger price meaning you won’t lose out. And to make things better, we’re offering this promotion on all races this year.
Like the look of a favourite but feel it’s a bit short? We offer each customer 3 Bet Boosts a day on win and each-way markets up to £20 to give them the best price possible on a selection of bets that day.
We’re offering our customers additional places on the majority of races at Cheltenham this year. As well as going five places on all of the handicaps over the four days, we’ll also be offering enhanced place terms on a hatful of other races at Prestbury Park.
Pick Your Places/Lengthen Your Odds
As if we weren’t offering enough in terms of promotions and enhancements already, we’ve added two more exciting additions to the portfolio. Pick Your Places allows you to place an each-way bet where you can determine which place terms the bet is settled at rather than the advertised place terms in the normal win market. So, if we’re offering a standard at four places, but you want to back a horse with five places, that’s now something you can do!
Another new enhancement is Lengthen Your Odds which allows customers to decide how many lengths they think a chosen horse will win by and in doing so increase the odds of their selection. For example, if you think Shishkin is going to win the Arkle by over two lengths, you can back him to do that at a bigger price than he is to simply win the race.