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El Fabiolo 50/1 Cheltenham Enhanced Odds Paddy Power

The Champion Chase is the headline event on day two of the Cheltenham Festival, and Paddy Power have a huge enhanced odds offer available on the favourite, with El Fabiolo available at 50/1 to new customers.

The Willie Mullins trained runner will be ridden by Paul Townend, a hugely successful partnership, and the horse will be odds on to win the race after showing a high level of form throughout his career.

Eight runners are set to go to post for what should be a thrilling test of speed, jumping, and thanks to the British weather, stamina.

Rain in the build up and on the opening day of the festival has turned the ground, so these horses will have to stay up the hill, as well as show their speed and jumping ability.

Behind El Fabiolo, Jonbon and Edwardstone look to be the main dangers in the race.

But El Fabiolo has won a perfect six out of six over fences so far. They include winning the Arkle Chase at last year’s festival, where he was ahead of Jonbon and came away to win with ease.

How to Claim El Fabiolo 50/1 Offer

  • Click on the Visit Site button above
  • Open a new account using promo code YHRCGR
  • Deposit a minimum of £5 by Cards or Apple Pay.
  • Place a max £1 bet on the Win or Each Way market for El Fabiolo to win the Cheltenham Champion Chase on Wednesday, March 13th
  • Cashed Out, Partially Cashed Out and Power Price bets will not count towards the promotion. If you place a qualifying bet and subsequently use Cash Out on the bet, you will no longer be eligible for the promotion.

What you get

  • If your bet is successful, you will be paid in cash based on the normal price on site and will have the extra amount, bringing the bet up to the cumulative 50/1 payout, credited in free bets.
  • You will receive your Free bet after your qualifying bet settles. Free bets are valid for 7 days.

Paddy Power Enhanced Odds Betting Offer – Terms and Conditions

  • Best odds guaranteed does not apply to bets placed with a free bet, or partial free bet.
  • You can use part of your free bets and save the rest for later as long as you use it before they expire. Stakes are not returned with winnings if your free bet wins. Your winnings will be credited to your main wallet.
  • If we find that you have taken part in this promotion using a duplicate account or that you have used more than one account to participate, we reserve the right to withhold your free bets and any winnings earned on the duplicate account.
  • Deposits made with e-wallets including Apple Pay, PayPal, Skrill, Paysafe and Neteller will not count towards this promotion.
  • The offer excludes the following bet types: Canadian, Goliath, Heinz, Lucky 15, Lucky 31, Lucky 63, Patent, Super Heinz, Trixie & Yankee.
  • Paddy Power reserves the right in its discretion to exclude and/or limit the availability of the offer to certain customers.
  • The full terms and conditions of also apply to this offer.


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Craig Jones

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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