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In this article we explain all you need to know about the Ladbrokes Money Back 2nd promotion including a step-by-step guide on how to claim the offer as well as the key terms you should know about.

We all hate that feeling when your horse finishes second. It's one of the most frustrating things as a punter. Well, that is no longer the case thanks to this brilliant Money Back 2nd offer from Ladbrokes.

If your horse finishes second in any race televised live on ITV, ITV3 or ITV4 then Ladbrokes will refund your losing stake as a free bet up-to £25.

On top of this, Ladbrokes also offer Best Odds Guaranteed on all UK & Ireland horse races so you can be sure you'll always be getting the best value.

Money Back 2nd is open to all customers.

Not Yet Joined Ladbrokes?

For those yet to have joined then Ladbrokes’ Bet £5 Get £20 welcome bonus offer without using a Ladbrokes promotion code is well worth taking advantage of. Simply register, stake £5 and Ladbrokes will credit you with £20 in free bets.

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Here’s how to claim Ladbrokes' Money Back 2nd offer:

  1. Log-in to www.ladbrokes.com.

  2. Place your horse racing bets as normal on any of the selected meetings.

  3. If your horse finishes second then Ladbrokes will automatically refund your stake.

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    Applies to races with 5 or more runners.

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    Stakes refunded as free bets.

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    Free bets valid for 7 days.

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    Refund of up-to £25 per race.

This is a great insurance offer from Ladbrokes who will refund losing stakes as a free bet up-to £25 if your horse finishes second.

Furthermore, unlike a number of other bookmakers, the promotion applies to every single race shown live on ITV which is an added incentive.

WRITTEN BY Matteo Ebejer View all posts by Matteo Ebejer

Hi, I'm Matteo, a writer who's passionate about all things sports. The typical weekend for me revolves around being glued to all things football on TV, ruining my Fantasy Premier League team, and getting off my lazy butt for a run.

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