Those who have an account with SportsBetting might be a bit disappointed to hear that the first deposit and reload bonuses can’t be used in the race book section. Horse racing is one of the most popular sports online, but members don’t need to feel excluded, because they have their very own promotion. It goes by the name of $25 Horse Free Play and this says a great deal about what it is all about, with the bookie giving away a free play of $25.

New and existing members are supposed to log in to their accounts and place their first wager on horse racing, with losing ones to be fully refunded. Those who are inspired and pick the winner will collect the profits and use them as they see fit, but won’t qualify for the free bet. This is triggered by a losing wager and it is subject to wagering requirements of six times the bonus; in a nutshell, those who collect $25 will need to spin a total amount of $150 before cashing out.

How long does it take to get the funds?

Placing the first bets on horse racing will make you eligible for the bonus, yet the free bet will only be triggered after contacting the customer support. 24 hours after the specialists receive the message with “$25 Horse Free Play” in the subject line, they will trigger the free bet. It might take up to 48 hours for eligible players to receive the money, but they have an entire month to play through six times before it expires, so there is no pressure whatsoever.

The bets need to be placed using the online interface or mobile devices, with wagers made over the phone being excluded. Any existing free plays are supposed to be used prior to acquiring new ones, so try to meet the wagering requirements for other pending promotions before claiming the $25 Horse Free Play.

Which are the eligible horse races?

The bonus also needs to be used to bet on horse races, with any other sports events being excluded and bets won’t count towards meeting the wagering requirements. In the race book section, players enjoy almost unlimited freedom, yet the Breeders’ Cup, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes and Kentucky Derby have been excluded. Players are also prohibited from wagering on futures, props and horse matchups.