2021 AW Marathon Championships Betting Odds at Lingfield Park racecourse

Friday, 02 April 2021

2021 All-Weather Championship Betting Tips

The 2021 All Weather Championship is scheduled to take place at Lingfield Park Racecourse on Friday 2 April, with the best-performing horses on the all-weather surfaces getting the opportunity to battle it out over their respective distances.

This includes the Marathon Championships over sixteen furlongs, while there are other notable heats including the 3 Year Old Championships, 3 Year Old Sprint, Sprint Championships Mile Championships, Fillies & Mares Championships and Middle Distance Championships.

Rainbow Dreamer Favourite to Win All-Weather Marathon

Rainbow Dreamer is currently top of the All-Weather Marathon leaderboard and will line up on 2 April with the hope that he’ll follow up a successful winter season by landing a victory over sixteen furlongs, with the Alan King-trained horse recently securing an important victory in the Unibet Conditions Stakes at Kempton Park.

This race was an All-Weather Championships fast-track qualifier and puts the horse in the line-up for this race, with the horse having previously finished second in another qualifier at Wolverhampton and it’s clear that he should be among the front runners.

Mildenberger was the winner of that particular encounter and needs to be respected in this long distance race, with the Mark Johnston-trained runner having recently been blown out to Riyadh to run in the Red Sea Turf Handicap where a sixth-placed finish meant it was a relatively profitable trip out there.

Amtiyaz is another horse that should be treated with respect, with John Gosden having seen his runner triumph several times this season and the most recent of these was in a race at Kempton Park at the end of January where the horse won over two miles.

The History of the All-Weather Championship

ARC are also known as Arena Racing Company and this is a firm that control three of the five all-weather racecourses in England, with this company launching the All-Weather Championships in 2013 to celebrate all the meetings that take place over the winter and add a competitive edge along with lots of extra prize money.

The Championships begin in October where we see a number of qualifying races available and horses can compete in a number of heats in order to make it through to the final, with various leaderboards set up for the runners that line up at the all-weather courses.

The Marathon Championships are the longest distance out of any All-Weather Championship races, with two miles proving to be a real test of stamina and it’s always intriguing to see which horse comes out on top.