Paddy Power 40/1 Honeysuckle Offer: Enhanced odds of 40/1 on Honeysuckle to win the Mares’ Hurdle, Cheltenham Festival Day 1, Tuesday 10th March 2020
Paddy Power have a fantastic offer available to new customers for the Mares’ Hurdle on the opening day of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival:
While Honeysuckle is not the favourite to win the race as things stand, she is currently unbeaten after seven races, a run that includes the Irish Champion Hurdle that she won last time out.
Incidentally, if you would prefer to back the favourite, we also have details of the Betway 40/1 offer on Benie Des Dieux to win the Mares’ Hurdle. So you are free to take your pick… or indeed to take advantage of both offers if you don’t already have a betting account with either Paddy Power or Betway
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KEY TERMS – New customers only. Max stake €/£1. Winnings paid in cash at normal odds, topped up to enhanced price in free bets valid for 7 days. Deposits with cards/PayPal only. Excludes multiples & in-play bets. T&Cs apply.
Paddy Power Honeysuckle Offer – How to Claim
This is a very straightforward offer from Paddy Power. Here are some things to note:
- When you register your details with Paddy Power (after visiting using a link on this page) be sure to use the promo code YSAC53
- The offer is available to residents of the UK and Ireland only
- The offer is for new Paddy Power customers only
- The maximum stake permitted at the enhanced price is £1.00
- If Honeysuckle wins, the winnings will be paid in cash to the standard price with the remainder being topped up with free bets
- The free bets will be valid for a period of seven days and will be credited to the betting account within 24 hours of the end of the race
This really is a top offer from a very good bookmaker, so if you think Honeysuckle will do the business, get over there today and get your enhanced odds bet on.
Mares’ Hurdle Tips, Cheltenham Festival Day One, Tuesday 10th March 2020
As mentioned, Benie Des Dieux is the favourite for the 2020 Mares’ Hurdle, priced at odds of around 4/6 at the time of writing. Honeysuckle, meanwhile, is the 5/2 second favourite, and though it will certainly be a challenge to get the better of the favourite, she certainly has a fair chance.
In last year’s race, Benie Des Dieux should have won and was three lengths clear in the closing stages, only to fall at the final hurdle, much to the astonishment of the watching public. While it is perhaps unlikely such an occurrence would happen again, it is not beyond the realms of possibility.
More importantly, however, is that Honeysuckle has remained unbeaten thus far in her career despite coming up against some very tidy opposition. In the Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown in February she got the better of such luminaries as Supasundae, Petit Mouchoir and Sharjah, and in the Hatton’s Grace Hurdle she was far too good for the likes of Apple’s Jade and others.
This is sizing up towards being one of the races of the opening day and it really could go either way between Honeysuckle and Benie Des Dieux. If in doubt though, why not back both of them with the respective 40/1 offers, and one of them is pretty likely to bring home the bacon.