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Thursday's Cheltenham banker double - Use Ladbrokes' £50 free bet to win £512 on day three

The bookmakers are fearing our banker double at Cheltenham on Thursday and we’re going to show you how you could turn £50 into £512 on the two horses.

A 'double' continues to be one of the most popular bets on the market and it gives punters the chance to pocket a lot more winnings than placing the bets individually.  Combining the day's banker bets makes the pay out a lot more appealing and you'll receive much higher odds if you can land both legs of this unmissable double.

Not only will the double amp up your returns, but you can also use Ladbrokes' fantastic welcome bonus to turn your £50 into £512 on Thursday!

Thursday's Banker Double

Unowhatimeanharry to win the 15.30 Cheltenham - 5/4

Lets Dance to win the 16.50 Cheltenham - 6/4

Register with Ladbrokes HERE using bonus code CHELT50, place a £50 bet on the double and you will get another £50 free bet to use on the banker!

That means if it wins, you'll pocket a tasty £512!

UNOWHATIMEANHARRY 6/4 - Stayers' Hurdle 15.30

Winner of the Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle at last year's Festival, Noel Fehily will be back on board the nine-year-old son of Sir Harry Lewis who has taken all before him in open company this year. A six-length winner of the Grade Two Long Distance Hurdle at Newbury in November, Harry Fry's charge followed that up with a four and a half-length victory in the Grade One Long Walk Hurdle at Ascot in December and was last seen winning the Grade Two Cleeve Hurdle by a length and three-quarters on Festival Trials Day at Prestbury Park in January. He doesn't do much in front but JP McManus' gelding has a real touch of class and he should take a lot of beating in this event. Bearing in mind he has beaten a lot of Britain's best staying hurdlers in events so far this season, I don't think the Irish have anything as good as this lad and he looks a great price at 11/8 for this race, which if he turns up in the same form as his last three runs should surely be his to win.

LETS DANCE 6/4 - Mares' Novice Hurdle 16.50

Well talked up at preview evenings by owner Rich Ricci, the five-year-old daughter of Poliglote has won her last four starts, which culminated in a six-length victory in a Grade Two event at Leopardstown in January. She ran well to finish fourth in the Triumph Hurdle at last year's Festival and she can follow in the footsteps of stable companion Limini by winning this Mares' Novice Hurdle event. She looks to have really matured this year and Mullins will be keen to win this race for the second year running and she has to go close for me.


How to turn £50 into £512 with our banker double!


2. Place a £50 double on Unowhatimeanharry and Let's Dance both to win on Thursday

3. Once you have placed your bet, you will receive a £50 bonus bet to use

4. Use your £50 bonus on the Unowhatimeanharry and Let's Dance double

You now have £100 on this week’s unmissable banker!

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Thursday's Cheltenham banker double - Use Ladbrokes' £50 free bet to win £512 on day three

The bookmakers are fearing our banker double at Cheltenham on Thursday and we’re going to show you how you could turn £50 into £512 on the two horses.

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