There’s UK and Irish racing in Sandown, Fakenham and Lingfield this afternoon, and Dundalk and Newcastle see Friday night all weather cards taking place under floodlights on Friday 15th February. Tips for each of the day’s races are below.
There’s Valentine’s Day meetings at Clonmel, Chelmsford City, Fontwell, Kelso and Leicester on Thursday 14th February. Tips for every race are below.
One race meeting on Sunday 10th February, at Punchestown in Ireland. Tips for every race are below. A great start yesterday – three winners from three in the opening races – flattened out a little, so hopefully back to winning ways here.
One race meeting only on Saturday, Irish National Hunt racing, at Naas. Tips for each of those races, below.
For the first time in what feels like a long time, all the scheduled race meetings for the day look like going ahead on Wednesday 6th February. There’s National Hunt racing up in Scotland, at Ayr, and down in Ludlow. A couple of cards of flat all-weather racing go ahead, too, at Kempton in the […]
There’s only 2 meetings on Tuesday, with National Hunt at Market Rasen and flat all weather racing under the lights up at Newcastle’s Gosforth Park. The meeting at Sedgefield is yet another victim of the recent weather.
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As we’ve been busy with our private racing information, we have not been posting regular tips, but since its Festival week, and we had someone ask nicely, below are a heap of selections for the second day of Cheltenham Festival 2018! Feel free to leave a comment complaining about the tips, or saying how amazing […]
The £200 signup offer from bet365 has been removed from our betting offer finder, as this is no longer their top-of-the-line signup offer.
Denise Coates (the bet365 MD) borrowed against her father’s 15 betting shops to launch the service, in 2000, and has rapidly grown the company to be one of the biggest in the world.
Around 5 years later, the betting shops were sold to Corals as bet365 moved online only.
Historically has made noise about being “British” but does based it’s gambling operations in Gibraltar (in line with the rest of the sector). The business does employ a lot of people in the UK, and also a significant amount of tax “on shore”.
Famous £200 Deposit Match Bonus
Used to be famous for their £200 deposit match bonus for new members, but in recent years Bet365 has moved towards offering more promotions for current players, as the “sign up” market has simmered down.
Strong Tech & Live Video Pioneers
Their tech and platform are strong, with the service on mobile and desktop probably leading the market, at least for betting on horseracing – one of the first services to offer live video on all platforms (bet more than 50p to view a race) – also pioneers for live, inplay and in-running markets.