WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for all the races at Sligo today.
Selected races only. Bests must be placed after 9am on the day of the race. Singles and multiples included. Full T&Cs apply. 18+.
If you regularly bet on horse racing then Best Odds Guaranteed is an offer which you want to ensure you are getting. Thankfully, SportNation is one of many bookmakers which offer Best Odds Guaranteed on selected horse races throughout the season.
With Best Odds Guaranteed, or ‘BOG’ as it is commonly referred to, if the starting price of a horse you back is great than the price you took, your bet will be settled at the greater odds should it win.
For example, if you placed a £100 bet on a horse at odds of 2/1 and when the race started, the odds of your selection had drifted to 4/1, should your horse go on to win the race, your returns would be £500 rather than just £300 as Best Odds Guaranteed was applied.
With Best Odds Guaranteed, there is no worry about the odds of your horse shortening because if they do, you’ll still be paid out at the higher odds which would be the original price you took. To can always be confident that you are getting the best price on your horse racing selections.
Unlike with some other bookmakers, SportNation Best Odds Guaranteed is not available on all UK & Irish horse racing. Instead, it is available on selected horse races which are displayed on the SportNation BOG promotional page. There are usually a handful of meetings every week which the promotion applies to and which are generally on Friday’s and Saturday’s.
Best odds Guaranteed at Sport Nation applies to eligible bets placed from 9am on the day of the race. Any bets placed prior to this time will not qualify for BOG. It also applies to single & multiple bets and board and early prices. However, it does not apply to ante-post bets, including ‘non-runner no bet’ events unless otherwise stated.
In the event of a Rule 4, SportNation will pay you at the bigger odds, after the Rule 4 deduction has been applied.