Free bet offer: Get a £/€5 free bet for Tuesday’s Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot

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*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

Royal Ascot 2022 kicks off on Tuesday June 14th and we’re raring to go for the five-day extravaganza. There’s 15 Group races throughout Royal Ascot with over £3.5m in prize money on offer.

You can tell Paddy’s pumped as he’s giving customers a cracking offer of a FREE £5 BET on the very first race, the Queen Anne Stakes (2.30pm).

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Paddy has a £/€5 free bet for the first race on Tuesday, the Queen Anne Stakes (2:30pm).

The free bet can be used on any market in the race and all you have to do is OPT IN via the promo banner on the Paddy Power homepage to claim the free bet.

The offer applies from 3pm on June 12. The promotion is available for new and existing customers with registered Paddy Power accounts, aged 18 or over who OPT IN on www.PaddyPower.com

Customers must have previously deposited with a debit card, Apple Pay or Paysafe previously to receive the offer. PayPal customers after Sunday, 12th June date are not eligible for the promo. Other T&Cs apply.

The Queen Anne Stakes sees Baaeed take centre stage at Ascot. The four-year-old is arguably the best horse on the planet and is unbeaten in seven career starts.

The William Haggas-trained colt is a course-and-distance winner after beating Palace Pier in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on British Champions Day last year.

Baaeed’s last success came in the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury in May as he cruised home to beat Real World by 3 1/4 lengths.

Real World will reoppose on Tuesday, with Aldaary and Chindit also set to line up.

*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

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