RaceBets enhanced odds offer of 5/1 on Irving to win the Kingwell Hurdle, 3.20 at Wincanton on Saturday 20th February 2016

RaceBets Enhanced Odds Offer on Irving 20 Feb 2016

Racing fans are sure to be gearing up for the Cheltenham Festival already (and if you are, be sure to check out our Cheltenham Festival Betting Offers page!), and the bookies are too with plenty of decent racing offers popping up.

Not least the latest from RaceBets who are giving new customers the chance to back odds-on favourite Irving at massively enhanced odds of 5/1 to win the Kingwell Hurdle, the 3.20 at Wincanton on Saturday 20th February. The maximum permitted stake is £5, and you must ENTER THE BONUS CODE IRVING5 when you register your account with RaceBets.

Note also that the additional winnings will be paid out as bonus cash but that if your bet loses you’ll be given a £5 free bet as a consolation prize!

Given that there are only four runners and that Irving is priced at odds of around 4/6 with most bookies, this offer represents truly exceptional racing betting value!

Will Irving win the 3.20 at Wincanton on Saturday 20th February?

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Nothing in horse racing is set in stone of course (as we found out to our peril when Annie Power fell in the Mares’ Hurdle at last year’s Cheltenham Festival when four lengths clear of the field!), but Irving represents as close to safe bet as you are likely to see this side of Cheltenham.

This Grade 2 hurdle is being seen as a run out ahead of the main event of the Cheltenham Festival and it in one in which trainer Paul Nicholls is confident of success. The eight year old won well at this course in the Grade 2 Elite Hurdle back in November against a field that had more quality than Saturday’s and the odds-on price for Irving to win this speaks volumes about what the bookies think about his chances.

It would be a major surprise if Irving didn’t get the victory in this one with nearest challenger looking like Oliver Sherwood’s Rayvin Black who has manged just five wins from 29 races, and none at Grade level.

In short, this should be something of a walk in the park for Irving, so get on at the enhanced odds and make yourself a tidy profit!

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With so many great offers in place and plenty more promises for the Cheltenham Festival, why not sign up with RaceBets now, grab the profits from the Irving bet and get planning your Cheltenham bets (the Festival runs from 15th to 18th March).