Racing Odds - Bet on Horse Racing 2022

With everything you need to enhance your gambling experience. We’ve got the runners for all the daily races thanks to our superb odds comparison, as well as information on ante post betting and the biggest festivals and meetings. From the Cheltenham Festival to Royal Ascot, we’re here to help you get the best value from all of your horse racing bets.

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Today’s Meetings

If you’re looking for the lowdown on today’s action you’re in the right place and we’ve got all the bookies offers for today’s races. Check out the pick of the odds from the top bookmakers around, as well the racecards and course information. Racing is virtually a 365-day a year sport and we cover all the races and runners, every single day!

Bookies Offers

Bookies put a lot of effort and resources into attracting punters, which means they offer some great welcome bonuses to new customers. Check out the latest horse racing offers and welcome bonuses from the top rated bookmakers around.

Upcoming Festivals

From flat racing to National Hunt and from the UK and Ireland to the USA, we provide odds comparison and information for all of the biggest and best races, meetings and festivals. Get ahead of the game and grab some early value by using our ante post service and information. Or why not check out what huge racing extravaganzas are on the horizon and plan your early bets?

14th-17th March 2023
Cheltenham Festival 2023

Check out the latest information, odds comparison and racing betting tips for the Cheltenham Festival 2023, the greatest jumps meeting of them all taking place in March.

13th-15th April 2023 - Aintree
Grand National 2023

If you want betting odds, tips, analysis and strategies for picking winners for the biggest 2023 Grand National Festival races you’ve come to the right place.

5th May - 7th May 2023 - Newmarket
Guineas Festival 2023

The 2000 Guineas at Newmarket is the first Classic of the season, with the 1000 Guineas hot on its heels. Check out our guide to this two-day racing feast.

Ante Post Races

Ante post is brilliant for those who love to plan their racing bets weeks – or even months – in advance and then watch the lines change as the market develops. Get things right and there is amazing value to be had, especially if you use our comparison system to get the best ante post odds. Whether you want to bet on the big race next week, next month or next year, check out our ante post system now!

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Latest Horse Racing News

News, views and predictions from the world of horse racing. Get the lowdown on upcoming meetings, the latest runner, rider and trainer trends and much more.

02/02/2023 17:15

The 2023 Towton Novices' Chase takes place on Saturday 4 February and there are seven runners going to post. There are five with a realistic chance of landing a victory, with Ballygrifincottage trading as the odds-on favourite. The Dan Skelton-trained runner looked flawless last time out, although Mister Coffey and City Chief run for trainer Nicky Henderson

02/02/2023 16:30

The Virgin Bet Heroes Handicap Hurdle looks to be a great betting race at Sandown Park, with Flight Deck running for trainer Jonjo O’Neill. Despite being among the top weights, the bookies are showing this nine-year-old plenty of respect, with Grozni also among the market leaders and the seven-year-old has to be considered considering the favourable handicap

02/02/2023 15:50

Grivetana, Lebowski and Washington are among the favourites for the 2023 Scottish County Hurdle, with Saturday’s race looking to be an open clash. There are a number of horses trading at single figure odds and the bookmakers will be offering price boosts about several of the leading runners, with Nayati having already been in the winners’ enclosure this season

02/02/2023 15:00

The Scilly Isles Novices' Chase looks to be a fantastic punting race, with seven runners going to post at Sandown Park on Saturday 4 February. Gerri Colombe heads the market after a string of wins and he could be the favourite that takes all the beating, although Monmiral is a class act who has been runner-up on two occasions this season

01/02/2023 15:10

The 2023 Liffey Handicap Hurdle takes place on 5 February 2022, with Gaelic Warrior heading the betting market. The five-year-old has enjoyed back to back successes this season and looks to be setting the benchmark. However, Willie Mullins also has Icare Allen and some punters will like the price about the Emmet Mullins-trained Filey Bay

01/02/2023 14:00

Indigo Breeze has failed to win any of his previous four encounters this season although the Gordon Elliott-trained runner has been afforded plenty of respect by the horse racing betting sites. The same applies to Panda Boy although this runner has failed to win any of his previous three outings and perhaps it could be worth looking at a bigger-priced selection

31/01/2023 16:25

We’re looking forward to the bumper race at the Leopardstown Festival, with Fascile Mode heading the betting and the five-year-old looks to be a leading contender. However, there is little experience among the ranks of horses lining up for this two mile encounter on the flat, with Better Days Ahead, Chosen Witness and Westport Cove also expected to be prominent and that is reflected in the market

31/01/2023 15:00

Gavin Cromwell could have a jewel in the crown when it comes to Final Orders, with the seven-year-old looking well-handicapped for the Sandyford Handicap Chase. A string of wins marks the horse out for a potential victory in this race, although he’s vying for favouritism with Get My Drift and the seven-year-old also has to be respected on performances so far

31/01/2023 14:15

Eric Bloodaxe and Favori De Champdou currently head the betting market for the 2023 Race and Stay at Leopardstown Handicap Hurdle, with the two eight-year-olds looking lively contenders for a race over three miles. Maxxum is another Gordon Elliott-trained charge who has landed a couple of recent wins and the six-year-old is also trading at similar odds.

30/01/2023 14:00

Willie Mullins looks set to win 2023 Spring Juvenile Hurdle, with Lossiemouth proving all the rage for this Leopardstown race on 4 February. The unbeaten four-year-old is now trading at odds-on to win this race, with Blood Destiny and Gala Marceau also lining up for Mullins, with these young horses competing over two miles on what is likely to be soft ground

30/01/2023 13:15

Willie Mullins is likely to secure several wins at the Leopardstown Festival and this includes in the Tattersalls Ireland Novice Hurdle. Nothing is likely to stop the impressive Facile Vega who is a descendant of the legendary Quevega and the six-year-old has put together a string of victories which could pave the way for horse racing greatness

Betting Guides

Don’t rely purely on luck to win your horse racing bets. It makes much more sense to base your decisions on information and knowledge. There are many statistics available about every horse, trainer, jockey and racecourse, and studying at least some of these is definitely to be encouraged. Using our guides will also give you a great insight into how to bet on the horses… and how to maximise your profits.

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We look at the horses that have upset the betting odds to win big races.

Betting Glossary

Don’t know your Lucky 15s from your Yankees? Check out our racing glossary for information about the key horse racing terminology and phrases.

How To Place a Bet

Don’t let confusion strike – check out our comprehensive betting guide and get the understanding you need to bet on horses armed with knowledge and confidence.

How Do You Place a Horse Racing Acca?

Many customers enjoy placing a horse racing accumulator bet and we show you how to enjoy a racing multiple bet when it comes to horse racing meetings all over the world.

Place Your Bets on International Horse Racing

There’s the chance to bet on horse racing all over the world and that includes France, United States of America and Australia. Compare the latest odds and bet on the Arc de Triomphe, Breeders’ Cup and Melbourne Cup among others.

How to Study the Horse Racing Form?

We show you how to read a horse racing racecard before you bet on a race

How Does Each-Way Betting Work?

Each-way betting is highly popular when it comes to horse racing and we look at how it works


  • US Racing
  • Bet on the latest American horse races, with racecards available for every US meeting that takes place. You can run the rule over the various runners in each race and back the selections at the prices that you like. Lots of different bookies will offer betting for the US race cards and we recommend picking the biggest odds each time and landing a free bet if you’re visiting for the first time.

  • Australian Racing
  • Betting on the horse racing Down Under has become increasingly popular and there are a huge number of Australian race meetings taking place on a daily basis. The Aussies love their horse racing and we have a selection of daily racecards so you can read the latest form and back some winners. Compare the various prices and bet on the horses that make the most appeal, with the Melbourne Cup being the biggest race in Australia.

  • French Racing
  • If you want to get the lowdown on the latest French horse racing meetings, then you have come to the right place. We cover races from every racecourse in France, with providing detailed racecards so that readers can pick out their daily horse racing bets and choose the right bookie. There are French horse races taking place every week and there’s the chance to place bets and watch live streaming.

  • German Racing
  • The race meetings come thick and fast in Germany, with a number of racecourses based in this European country. Here at, we are able to present a large number of race cards to our readers so that you can check out the latest German horse races. View the number of selections and the names of the runners along with the form that each selection has enjoyed to date.

  • UK Racing
  • Whether you’re a Flat or National Hunt horse racing fan, there are lots of betting opportunities when it comes to the big meeting. Choose your racecard and go through the various races, making a note of the runners and riders along the way. UK racing fans will love betting on big events such as the Cheltenham Festival, Royal Ascot and Glorious Goodwood.

  • Irish Racing
  • If you’re a horse racing fan, there’s a strong chance you will have placed bet on Irish horse racing meetings. There are lots of Irish racecards available each week, with Flat horse racing taking place at The Curragh and National Hunt racing occurring at tracks such as Fairyhouse, Punchestown and Leopardstown. Check out our latest race card and place your bets on the selections which you fancy the most.

  • Japanese Racing
  • Many racing fans like to punt on the overseas meetings and that includes Japanese race cards where there are lots of competitive meetings that take place all over this Asian country. Take your pick from a wide range of horse races and find a selection that you expect to perform well. There are fixed odds available for Japan horse racing meetings across a number of bookmaker websites.

  • South African Racing
  • Betting on the South African horse racing meetings has been taking place for decades, with customers able to regularly access South African racecards and check out the number of runners for each race along with the form of each selection. You can even compare the odds of the various bookmakers and work out which operator is putting up the most attractive prices when it comes to each race.

  • Hong Kong Racing
  • Check out our latest Hong Kong race cards so you can see when the next meetings are taking place. Whether the race meeting is being held at Sha Tin or Happy Valley, you can get information regarding the latest runners and the number of horses lining up. There are many bookies who will price up the latest races and there’s sometimes the chance to enjoy a betting bonus if you’re opening an account for the first time.

  • New Zealand Racing
  • In addition to Australian horse racing, there are also race meetings that take place at New Zealand, with various racetracks offering customers the chance to bet on some exciting races. We provide plenty of information through our New Zealand horse racecards and you can go through and assess the runners and riders for each race. Compare the latest bookmaker odds and get the biggest prices and free bets.

    Horse Racing FAQ

    It’s important to note that every bookmaker will have different odds when it comes to horse racing. Therefore, it pays to compare the prices and pick out the biggest one for every selection that you want to back. By doing this, you get better value for your horse racing betting and have a stronger chance of securing a long-term profit on this sport.
    There are a number of ways to win when you bet on horse racing. The most popular racing bet involves backing a horse to win their respective race. You choose the odds that you like and nominate a stake which is multiplied by the price. However, some customers bet each-way and you can therefore win if your horse is second, third or fourth in a race.
    Many bookmakers offer Best Odds Guaranteed and this is where you can take an early price and get the Starting Price on your selection if the latter is bigger. This is an excellent racing concession and means that you don’t have to worry about taking the early odds and the horse then drifting to a bigger price. This is generally available on UK and Irish race meetings.
    The short answer is yes. Every time you place a bet on horse racing, you have a chance to land a winning return. Ultimately, one horse has to win every race and there are always customers who will have backed the winner. However, not many customers are able to generate a long-term profit when it comes to betting on racing as it’s hard to find winners all the time.
    Each-way betting is when you back a horse to win and place. Half of your stake is the horse to win and half your stake is to place. Place means the horse to finish in the top two, three or four depending on the number of runners in the race. Your place odds are generally either 1/4 or 1/5 of the price of the horse, so you should take this into account when betting each-way.
    When a horse is favourite to win a particular race, it implies that this runner is the most likely to win out of all the runners. However, backing the favourite on a regular basis is generally not a profitable strategy and we would recommend looking at the other horses in the race and considering a bet on these selections. A favourite will create a smaller winning return than any other horse.
    Yes, many online bookmakers have deals in place with the horse racing TV channels which means that you can enjoy live streaming when it comes to UK and Irish horse racing meetings. It usually involves a customer placing a minimum bet on the race in question and this then gives you live stream access of the race from start to finish, along with accompanying audio commentary.
    Many bookmakers have In-Play betting odds for selected horse races. Some of the shorter distance races don’t have live betting prices, although the National Hunt racing can involve distances over one mile or even two miles and that means the chance to bet In-Running on the runners. It can be exciting watching the action and wagering on the horse that you think will win.
    There is lots of information available for each horse in a particular race. Important factors are age, weight and form, with the latter generally being shown through a series of numbers to indicate previous finishing positions. Some customers also judge a horse by trainer or jockey, while the odds are also a good guide as to the respective chances of that runner winning their respective race.
    It’s actually possible to back every horse in a particular race although this is generally not regarded as a profitable way forward. That is because if you spread your stakes thinly on every runner, the return is likely to be less than the amount you have bet. We advise betting on a small handful of horses and sometimes just one considering that only one can win the race in question.
    The favourite in a horse race is generally the horse that is backed the most, although they don’t tend to win as often as you think. A lot of the time, the bookies will create an artificially short price about the market-leading horse in the knowledge that a lot of customers will want to back it. However, we would say the favourite wins on average about 25% of the time.
    When you lay a horse to win or bet on a runner not to win, you essentially win if that horse doesn’t win the race in question. Laying a horse on a betting exchange effectively means you’re playing the role of traditional bookmaker and taking a customer’s money on that horse to win. That means you are cheering on the other horses in the race.
    Over time, consistently laying the favourite in a horse race might serve as a profitable route, although it depends on the prices and of course, the outcome of a particular group of races. If you’re convinced that a horse is trading too short as the favourite, then it could be advantageous to take on the runner and have lots of other contenders running for you.
    A racing accumulator involves picking out horses from different races. You then put them in a multiple bet for a certain stake and can win a big amount if all the selections win their races. However, you do need all the runners to win. Sometimes punters bet a double (two horses to win) or a treble (three horses to win) instead.
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