Horse Racing Tips

The top horse race betting sites often compile horse racing tips on every race, at every course, every day and all for FREE! Most will also publish alternative selections when there is a non-runner.

As well as covering the major racing events like Cheltenham Festival, Aintree Grand National and Royal Ascot, sportsbooks will also provide racing tips for every major UK course with a dedicated section for each track.

Horse Racing Predictions

Horse racing is one of the very few sports which takes play almost every day of the week. You can guarantee that there is a horse race scheduled somehwere in the world and most of them will be shown on streaming platforms via sportsbooks in the UK.

Our range of racebooks look at events that take pplace at a variety of tracks and take in a multitude of races, so no matter if you are here looking for tips and predictions on the Grand National or you want information on the next race at Haydock, you will find it from our recommendations.

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Horse Racing Schedule

The horse racing schedule is a year-round occurrence and there is always a race avaiable for a bettor to wager on. Obviously, the big horse racing schedules only take place once per year, these major races see the biggest names and best horses turn out for them. The likes of Cheltenham Festical and the Grand National are the biggest events on the British horse racing schedule.

You can rest assured that out horse racing tips take in to account all of the top races run each year as well as other smaller races. UltraGambler always posts horse racing odds and predictioins on smaller races to give you the best opportunity when betting.

You can find horse racing odds for the following racecourses:

Aintree

Curragh

Huntingdon

Newmarket

Southwell

Ascot

Doncaster

Kelso

Newton Abbot

Stratford

Ayr

Down Royal

Kempton

Nottingham

Thirsk

Ballinrobe

Downpatrick

Killarney

Perth

Tipperary

Bangor

Dundalk

Leicester

Plumpton

Towcester

Bath

Epsom Downs

Leopardstown

Pontefract

Tramore

Beverley

Fairyhouse

Limerick

Punchestown

Uttoxeter

Brighton

Fakenham

Lingfield

Redcar

Warwick

Carlisle

Ffos Las

Ludlow

Ripon

Wetherby

Cartmel

Fontwell

Market Rasen

Roscommon

Wexford

Catterick

Goodwood

Musselburgh

Royal Ascot

Wincanton

Chepstow

Gowran Park

Naas

Salisbury

Windsor

Chester

Hamilton

Navan

Sandown

Worcester

Clonmel

Haydock

Newbury

Sedgefield

Yarmouth

Cork

Hexham

Newcastle

Sligo

York

Horse Racing Strategy

In the coming section, our team of experts are going to share their top tips on making the right choices when it comes to horse race betting. These tips will help boost your bankroll and put you on track towards becoming a big-time horse racing betting winner.

Start with the Horse

The first thing you need to know is the history of the horse, so start by researching the actual horse you are wanting to bet ok. The most important aspect to research is the horses experience and record; what is their win/lose ratio? Have they raced the track before? How have they done in their last few races?

Next you want to check on the current condition of the horse; has it been overworked recently or adequat rest? Is there any recent injuries or health issues? How often is the horse raced?

Ideally, we would advice to watch your favourite horse in a race before betting on it as this will give you more of an idea of the type of running style and how they work with their jockey.

History of the Jockey

A lot of novice horse racing bettors put all of their research in to the horse they are looking to bet on and they forget to look in to the jockey, the one driving the horse. There are a few things to consider when researching a jockey.

First: look in to their win/loss history and whether they have recently gained weight or are returning from a break. All of these factors contribute to how a horse will be ridden.

Second: you need to check their experience with the specific horse you are looking to bet on and the track they are going to be racing on. A jockey and his horse need to be completely in sync. Also, not all tracks are the same, so it makes a difference as to whether the jockey is familiar with it.

Its All About the Track

Not all tracks are created equal, the same with F1 tracks, they are all different and this is no different with horse racing. Not only do you have varying surfaces (dirt, turf, synthetic) but also weather conditions (rain, wind, low sun) and track locations (humidity, temperature, ground saturation).

To make an informed decision while considering all of these factors you need to look at the above, jockey and horse. Look at the history of them as a team and if there is any history of them racing under similar conditions in the past.

When it comes to the track itself, conditions matter a lot. If the track is muddy, its going to be harder for the horse to race on. If the humidity is low, the ground will be harder and effect the impact put on the horses joints.

Betting on Every Race

This is probably the most important tip to remember! If you are struggling to pick just one horse in the race the best thing to do is not pick any. Sometimes a racebook will get it right and offer a high probable win but sometimes they are unsure and placing a bet in this situation you are going to be guessing, gambling and ending.

Horse Racing Betting Wrap Up

With this quick tips breakdown you are now equipped with the tools needed to start betting and winning on horse racing.

Just Remember: take your time when you first start out. Do your research and develop your own winning formula. Noone comes out of the gate a constant winner unless they are extremely lucky.