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How to win a risk-free bet with bet365's daily Feature Races offer

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Here's your chance to get a risk-free bet with bet365 courtesy of their Feature Races offer, which is available on two races each day.

Simply back a winner at 4-1 or bigger in either of the two races and you get a risk-free bet on the next available Feature Race (up to £50). To help you on your way, here are the Racing Post's tips for Friday's Feature Races.

State Of Cognac
1.30 Navan

The Ross O'Sullivan-trained five-year-old goes well fresh and delivered an eyecatching effort when third at Fairyhouse last January. He failed to follow that up on his next two starts but returns from an eight-month break and the booking of Rachael Blackmore could indicate he is ready to win.

Union Gap
3.00 Navan

This four-year-old is yet to get off the mark but has been placed in four of his last six runs. He finished 12th at the end of September after a break but was going well until making a mistake three from home. The addition of blinkers could help Noel Meade's representative get his head in front.

How to take advantage of this offer:

  • Place a bet on one of the two selected Feature Races each day.
    If you selection wins at 4-1 or more you will be credited the winnings
  • With those winnings, place a risk-free bet of the same stake on the next Feature Race available – this may be the next day.
  • If your risk free-bet loses, your stake (up to £50) will be refunded to your account.
  • If your risk-free bet also wins at odds of 4-1 or more, you qualify for a risk-free bet on the next Feature Race.

Offer applies to first single bet placed. Applies to Win and Each-Way Fixed Odds markets and Enhanced Place Terms markets only. Bet restrictions and T&Cs apply. New and eligible customers only. Full terms can be viewed here

The addition of blinkers could help Noel Meade's representative get his head in front
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