Cheltenham Betting Offers: Back Facile Vega to Win the Supreme at 60/1 Odds with William Hill

Cheltenham Betting Offers: Back Facile Vega to Win the Supreme at 60/1 Odds with William Hill

We’re getting closer to the 2023 Cheltenham Festival, with this four-day meeting hugely popular from a betting point-of-view. 

Customers will be looking to enjoy a fast start to their punting and the very first race of the day is the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, with bookmaker William Hill creating a massive price boost which is worth checking out.

Facile Vega is trading as favourite with betting sites to win the Supreme, although new William Hill customers are able to secure a mammoth 60/1 that the Willie Mullins-trained charge lands a victory in the curtain-raiser on Day 1 of the Cheltenham meeting. 

It’s potentially a great way to start the week and it’s pretty easy to qualify for this price boost.

How to Get 60/1 that Facile Vega Wins the Supreme

As mentioned, this is a price boost that is available for all new William Hill customers. 

You need to head to the William Hill site or app and sign up for a new betting account

Once you have registered an account, you can then go ahead and make a first deposit.

When making this deposit, you need to use the promo code EP60FVA in order to make sure that you are eligible for the 60/1 Facile Vega price boost.

A £1 stake must then be placed on Facile Vega to win the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle and you should be able to see the 60/1 advertised on the site.

Should Facile Vega land a victory in the 2023 Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, then William Hill will pay you out in free bets.

Your account will be credited with 2 x £30 free bets and you are able to use these on future Cheltenham races, with 27 other races taking place over the four days of the Festival.

Facile Vega is currently trading at around the 2/1 mark to secure a Supreme Novices’ Hurdle victory, so you can see that a 60/1 price boost about the six-year-old is massive and represents a value proposition for new William Hill customers.

The son of the legendary Quevega was able to win at last year’s Cheltenham Festival meeting when winning the Weatherby’s Champion Bumper.

He has since gone on to score several other victories including the Paddy Power Future Champions Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown over the festive period.

Although Facile Vega proved underwhelming at the Dublin Racing Festival when finishing fifth in the Ireland Novice Hurdle on February 5.

Many punters regard this as a blip for a horse that had previously been unbeaten and his odds have been shortening in recent weeks to secure a victory in the Supreme Novices' Hurdle.

Should you take advantage of the 60/1 price boost and land 2 x £30 free bets in the process, this would set you up when it comes to betting on other races at the Cheltenham Festival.

There are some cracking races on Day 1 of the meeting, with Constitution Hill all the rage to win the Champion Hurdle.

We will also see a potentially corker of an Arkle Chase, while Honeysuckle has been rerouted to the Mares’ Hurdle this year and it all amounts to an exciting first day of the Festival. 

There is also going to be some high drama on Wednesday with the Queen Mother Champion Chase, while Thursday’s card looks excellent and includes the Stayers’ Hurdle and the Ryanair Chase.

Coming on to Friday, we have the blue riband of the meeting in the form of the Gold Cup and it’s a hugely popular punting race.

So there is plenty to get excited about as we count down towards the Cheltenham Festival and the mecca of horse racing.