Chase the Bunny promo at William Hill offers great value

William Hill’s “Chase the Bunny” promotion is set to give punters a boost for tonight’s Group 2 Bogie Leigh Queensland Futurity meeting at Albion Park.

William Hill, the UK betting goliath that swallowed up Sportingbet, Tom Waterhouse and Centrebet, are running a promotion every Thursday on the greyhounds that will grow the bottom line.

The premise of the promotion is place a bet on any greyhound and receive $1 cash (up to the amount of your stake) per multiplier of the box numbers of 2nd and 3rd places when your selection wins.

Each punter can only accept this promotion once on every greyhound race held on Thursdays. Much of the interest tonight is surrounding the Queensland Futurity.

Jumping at 8.46pm, champion Queensland trainer Tony Brett is out to reinforce his dominance of the Bogie Leigh Futurity by scoring an unprecedented fifth win in the 520m feature.

Brett trained the brilliant dog Bogie Leigh to the 2003 Futurity, with the race being named after her a few years later.

The favourite is South Australian Fabregal, $1.90 at William Hill, who is aiming to upstage the locals.

Another subplot surrounds last year’s winning trainer Peter Ruetchsi, who will be gunning for back-to-back titles when Sheza Keen Size jumps from the four.

The Group 2 Bogie Leigh Queensland Futurity is open to the best female greyhounds under 30 months of age, with one dazzling lady crowned the queen of the loam at the end of the night.

The Chase the Bunny promo excludes South Australian residents because of state legislation, but punters from other regions can claim the bonus right here.

William Hill sign-up bonus

William Hill is giving all new customers up to $700 in bonus bets, an exclusive deal for Australian Racing Greyhound readers.

You can read more about William Hill’s welcome package and other promotions on our review page.

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Past Discussion

  1. “bunny” is a ridiculous term to use in the current climate. Has anyone got any brains these days. The same can be said for race callers who continue to use the phrase “the bunnys’ on its way”

  2. “bunny” is a ridiculous term to use in the current climate. Has anyone got any brains these days. The same can be said for race callers who continue to use the phrase “the bunnys’ on its way”