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Kembla Grange 04:00 - 7f 100y Albion Park Rsl Sub-Branch Cg&E Maiden

Racing PostRacing Post Icon Akkadian Emperor needs to be considered while Parade Ground competes off the back of some good runs.... Show more

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Monty The Missile

J: Amy Mclucas T: G Waterhouse & A Bott
Racing Post Rating:   0
Weight:   9st 0lbs
Age:   4

Spotlight Beaten only narrowly on his debut at Newcastle at 11-10 14 days ago; holds major claims if reproducing initial effort.

8 (5)

Parade Ground

J: Ashley Morgan T: James Cummings
Racing Post Rating:   0
Weight:   9st 3lbs
Age:   3

Spotlight Appears to be on the upgrade judged on two most recent runs and he has shown ability despite no wins on the CV; broke slowly at the start last month when going down narrowly (Wyong) in a handicap; cannot be ignored if replicating most recent run.

1 (3)

Devon County

J: Grant Buckley T: J G Sargent
Racing Post Rating:   0
Weight:   9st 4lbs
Age:   4

Spotlight Beaten 6l (fifth) over 7f here (handicap, broke slowly at the start) last week; signs of promise with some solid efforts to date; must be high on list despite defeat last time as ran well at Newcastle three runs back.

3 (8)

Akkadian Emperor

J: Heavelon Van Der H T: Annabel Neasham
Racing Post Rating:   0
Weight:   9st 3lbs
Age:   3

Spotlight Failed to win in three starts overseas; easy to see him making an impression.

7 (2)

Jump In The Line

J: Zac Wadick T: Brad Widdup
Racing Post Rating:   0
Weight:   8st 13lbs
Age:   3

Spotlight Three-race maiden though does have a second place to his name; broke slowly at the start at Wyong when fifth beaten 2½l last week in a handicap.

6 (6)

Forbidden Riff

J: Jeff Penza T: A J Cummings
Racing Post Rating:   0
Weight:   9st 3lbs
Age:   3

Spotlight Problems at the start (broke slowly) over 7f at Randwick (handicap) when last of 14 in July; returns from a layoff; little chance.

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Betting on horse racing

From the Grand National at Aintree to the Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Derby at Epsom, at BoyleSports we bring you all the best horse racing betting markets and odds for all the races that matter. You’ll have odds on outright winners, you can bet on horses to place or back your chosen horse each way. You can place horse racing Accas or make a tricast bet. We’ve got all the race cards for races in the UK and Ireland, and right across the world. And that’s not forgetting our continually updated horse racing tips and predictions too.


But we’re not just about the showpiece races. Our horse racing betting includes daily markets on all major single meetings throughout the racing calendar, with today’s horse racing odds live right up until the race begins. We also have virtual events running every minute with 10 different virtuals to choose from, giving you the chance to bet on horse racing just the way you want to. 

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Before you make a bet on a horse, there are a few factors to consider. Form is key for horse race betting, as you want to pick a horse in strong form going into the race. The trainer and jockey also play a big part – just think what an experienced jockey matched with a top trainer can do. Then there’s also the age and weight of the horse to consider, as well as the timing of their last race. All of these factors can come into play in the heat of a race and can have a decisive role in the outcome.

So, you’ve considered all the important factors. It’s time to make your bet. But there’s so much more to a horse bet than simply picking a winner. Of course, you can bet on a horse to finish first, but you can also bet each way–this means you win if your horse either finishes first or in one of the top places. And then there’s spread betting. This is where you bet against the spread rather than placing a bet on fixed odds.

It’s time to choose your race, your horse and your type of bet. And off they go.

How do odds work on Horse Racing?

You’ve read the betting tips and you’ve made your prediction, but how do horse racing odds work?

The first thing you need to understand is the odds to win. This could be 4/1 or 10/1 for example, or even 100/1 for a real outsider. A horse at 4/1 has a 20% chance of winning. If it were to win you would win 4x your original stake. So, if you bet £10, your return would be £40 plus your original bet.

Now that’s the simple part. Horse race odds will also include odds to place for each way betting. An each way bet is where you make two bets. One to win, and one to place. The odds to win will be shown in the usual way.

The odds to place will also be a fraction, usually 1/4 or 1/5 – these reduced odds represent the fact there’s a higher probably your horse will finish in any of the top four or five places than first. For a £10 bet for a horse at10/1 with EW odds of 1/5, your winnings would be calculated as follows:

To finish first at 10/1  £100 profit  £10 stake.

To place  EW 1/5  £20 profit  £10 stake

To understand each way betting a little more and to calculate your potential winnings, check out our handy each way betting calculator.


Top Horse Racing Events To Bet On 

The horse racing calendar is jam-packed full of exciting events and betting opportunities throughout the year, with races including: 

Grand National 

One of the most famous horse races anywhere in the world, the Grand National takes place at Aintree in April. At BoyleSports, you’ll find competitive odds on all the runners in the National, whether you fancy a punt on the favourite or a bet on a 100/1 outsider. Bet on the outright winner, wager on a horse to place or hedge your bets with an each way bet. 

Irish Grand National 

Held every year on Easter Monday, The BoyleSports Irish Grand National is the highlight of the three-day Easter Festival at the iconic Fairyhouse Racecourse. It’s also the richest race in the Irish National Hunt calendar and the one every jockey, trainer and owner wants to win. You’ll find all your essential horse racing betting odds and markets right here at BoyleSports for the Irish Grand National and all the races across the Easter Festival.


Cheltenham Gold Cup 

The Cheltenham Festival is one of the top 10 sporting events in the UK, with the Cheltenham Gold Cup its premier event. It’s become arguably one of the most sought-after prizes for national hunt jockeys and trainers. At BoyleSports we bring you some of the best odds and horse racing betting markets for the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Across the Cheltenham Festival, you can also bet on: 

- Supreme Novices Hurdle 

- Champion Hurdle 

- Champion Chase 

- Ryanair Chase 

- Stayers Hurdle 

Royal Ascot 

The royals and celebs descend on Royal Ascot for five days of spectacular racing in June, with the premier event the Ascot Gold Cup. This Group 1 flat horse race is open to horses aged four and over and run over two miles, three furlongs and 210 yards. Held on the third day of Royal Ascot, you’ll find all the horse racing odds and betting markets you need right here at BoyleSports. 

The Epsom Derby 

As one of the most prestigious horse races in the world and one of the five British Classics, The Derby takes place at Epsom Downs Racecourse on the first Saturday in June. The betting around the Epsom Derby is some of the most hotly anticipated in the horse racing calendar, and you’ll find all the odds and betting markets you need to stay ahead of the action with us at BoyleSports. 

Horse Racing Betting with BoyleSports 

Alongside these top horse racing events, you’ll find betting markets and odds for the King George Weekend and Glorious Goodwood, as well as races right across the country from Chester, York, Doncaster, Wolverhampton, and more. Plus, we have a range of promotions and offers for all the major events too. 

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