Horse Racing offer: get £40 free bets when you bet £10 with Paddy Power

PADDY POWER is offering new customers £40 free horse racing bets this week.

To claim the offer, simply sign up at Paddy Power and place a £10 bet.

Protektorat leads the field in the Aintree Bowl Chase this afternoon

Paddy Power – Bet £10 Get £40 Free Bets*

There are Tier 1 races throughout the day at Aintree on Thursday 7th April and Friday 8th April.

Today’s featured races are the Bowl Chase featuring the winner of the King George VI Chase, Clan Des Obeaux, owned by Sir Alex Ferguson.

The former Man United boss also owns race favorite Protektorat.

Fakir D’oudairies is the favorite for Friday’s Marsh Chase, wearing JP McManus’ gold and green hoops.

But he has fierce competition in this race against horses that could well improve further with Funambule Sivola, Sceau Royal, Mister Fisher, Captain Guinness and Allmankind.

How to Claim the Paddy Power Offer

  • Register a new account HERE*
  • Place a £10 sportsbook bet on horse racing, with odds of at least 1/2 (1.5).
  • Once the qualifying bet is placed, you will receive €40 in free sports bets.

Paddy Power – Bet £10 Get £40 Free Bets*

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*New Customer Offer. Place a £10 sportsbook bet on any horse racing market between 6th and 8th April min. odds 1/2 (1.5) – get £40 free bet, valid for 30 days. Your qualifying bet must be settled by 11:59 p.m. on April 8. Only card deposits will be eligible. The T&Cs apply. Please gamble responsibly.


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