Cheltenham Festival offer: Allaho to win Ryanair Chase at 30/1 with William Hill’s new customer offer

The Ryanair Chase takes place on Thursday, the third day of the festival and the Grade 1 competition is overwhelmingly in favor of the horse trained by Willie Mullins, Allaho.

Allaho is currently the betting favorite to win the 2m4f chase and William Hill has increased his odds of winning to 30/1!

Rachael Blackmore aboard Allaho winning the Punchestown Festival William Hill Champion Steeplechase

William Hill – Allaho wins the Ryanair Chase 30/1*

Energumene is the closest contender for the paper chase, but is also likely to head for the Queen Mother champions chase instead on Festival Wednesday.

Mullins also has a few other chances in this run with phenomenal depth in his backyard, including Each For Soi, Janidil, Tornado Flyer, Melon, Asterion Forlonge, Franco De Port and the huge outside shot Royal Rendezvous.

How to claim the offer

  • Sign up making sure to use EPA30 in the Promo Code section
  • Once registered, Allaho to win the Ryanair Chase @ 30/1 will automatically be added to your bet slip and then place a bet of £1
  • If your bet wins, we will pay out 2 x €15 free bets free bets (total value €30)

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*18+. Play it safe. New customers using EPA30. Applies to bets placed from 09.00am 8th March 2022 until 2.50pm 17th March 2022. Maximum bet £1 on 30/1. Returns paid out as 2 x £15 free bets (30 day expiry). Player and currency restrictions and conditions apply.


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