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bet365 Cheltenham Day 3 offer: Bet £10 get £30 in free bets and live stream with bet365

Check out the latest free bets, betting offers, promotions and live streams available on day three of Cheltenham.

bet365 are offering £30 in free bets to new customers if they bet £10 on St Patrick’s Thursday of Cheltenham festival, starting with the Turners Novices’ Chase at 1.30pm.

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How to claim bet365 offer for Cheltenham Day 3

New customers who sign up and on day three of Cheltenham festival, which includes the Paddy Power Stayers’ Hurdle with Teahupoo one of the standout picks of the day which you can watch live with bet365′s live streaming service.

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Thursday (Day 3) – St Patrick’s Thursday

13.30 – The Turners Novices’ Chase (Grade 1)

14.10 – The Pertemps Network Final (A Handicap Hurdle Race) (Listed)

14.50 – The Ryanair Steeple Chase (Grade 1)

16.10 – The Plate (A Handicap Steeple Chase) (Grade 3)

16.50 – The Mares Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 2)

17.30 – Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup

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Cheltenham Day 3 free bet tips

Turner Novice Chase Betting

The intermediate novice chase, but one that has grown in quality since its inception. This year, the Irish look to have a strong hold on things, with Mighty Potter leading the way in what could be a high class renewal. Check out our Turners Novices’ Chase Tips.

Pertemps Handicap Hurdle Betting

A competitive handicap hurdle, and one that requires horses to qualify in specific races beforehand. This adds a further element to the puzzle for punters, do you go with qualifying winners or those who made the cut but finished down the field and may improve. Check out our Pertemps Handicap Hurdle Tips.

Ryanair Chase Betting

The Gold Cup for those who don’t quite stay the Gold Cup distance. Growing in stature every year, this year’s renewal looks a cracker, with Shishkin heading the market as he looks to win over further and add to his Champion Chase victory at the Festival. Check out our Ryanair Steeple Chase tips

Stayers Hurdle Betting

A three mile contest for hurdlers, the original main race of the third day. This year’s renewal looks to be wide open, with plenty of runners that will feel they have the ability to get involved in the finish. Check out our Stayers Hurdle tips.

Festival Plate Betting

The second of three wide open handicaps on the third day, and another tough puzzle for punters to solve. Expect a big field, you’ll need plenty of luck in running, and a quality horse, if you want to be on the winner here. Check out our Festival Stable Plate tips.

Mares Novice Hurdle Betting

A relatively new race that has been introduced to aid the mares program. This novice race for mares often sets up horses for the mares hurdle in the future, and while it may not be a race that delivers absolute top class runners for the future, it can still be very informative. Check out our Mares Novice Hurdle tips

Kim Muir Betting

The final race on day three, and the last of three tough handicaps to solve. This is a chase race, confined to amateur and conditional riders only, adding another factor in for punters to consider, and jockey bookings can often be tips in themselves. Check out our Kim Muir betting odds and tips.

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I'm probably best described as a genuine old fashioned punter, who manages to blend that experience with the latest developments in the gambling industry. From filling out my first ever football coupon in the smoke filled local betting office, I've come a long way. Alongside 20+ years betting myself, I've been a gambling writer for over a decade now, focusing on the biggest news stories, reviewing the latest brands, and being excited about new technology and ways to bet. I remember when gambling ended at 3pm on a Saturday, before the days of in-play betting and TV companies deciding when games kick off. But the betting landscape is now much better. For almost everyone, it doesn't matter what you want, or when you want it, there will be a bookmaker out there offering it. Sadly, I wasn't one of the millions who apparently backed Leicester to win the Premier League, but I dined out on Kauto Star's Gold Cup record on many occasions. Throw in the Denver Broncos on a Sunday night, and a Barnsley FC season ticket, and you can see my personal choices are not always right, but I do try.

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