The first bookmaker out of the blocks offering ‘Non Runner No Bet’ terms for the 2023 Cheltenham Festival is bet365.
Which Bookmakers Are Non Runner No Bet Cheltenham
As of 3 pm on Tuesday 3rd January, bet365 have gone live with their Non Runner No Bet market for the 2023 Cheltenham Festival. Other bookmakers such as Betfred, Paddy Power, Betfair, Ladbrokes and more will no doubt follow suit over the coming weeks. So please check our page regularly for more updates soon.
How Does Non Runner No Bet Work
Non Runner No Bet essentially offers punters a safety net against your chosen horse not lining up in the specified race come race day. Many horses are entered in multiple races and their target race is not always obvious. With NRNB Cheltenham betting markets your full stake will be refunded as cash if your horse doesn’t take part. With normal ante-post betting your stake would be lost.
While it is understandable that the generally shorter prices quoted by bet365 take into account the fact that stakes will be returned on all non runners, there is still plenty of potential value to be had, especially should one or more of the ante-post favourites, for one reason or another, fall by the wayside in the weeks ahead.
With that in mind, we have pinpointed three horses whose chances may have been underestimated by the bet365 odds compilers, and without the risk of losing your stake should any of the trio not run, may offer plenty in the way of each-way value come the day of the race(s).
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