Horse Racing Odds

Horse racing is the life and soul of sports betting in the UK. With races every day up and down the country there’s always plenty to place your bets on and Odds Manager will help you every step of the way. 

We’re here to bring you the most accurate and reliable data about horse racing odds, along with the perfect accumulator to play each day. 

From Newmarket to Newton Abbot, you’ll find the tips of the day alongside all the information you need to make a success of horse racing betting. 

Horse Racing Accumulator 

Looking to place a horse racing accumulator? Below you’ll find all the best tips for today from across the UK, compiled into a great value, but realistic accumulator. 

You’ll find all the races and horses we’re backing, along with odds comparisons from some of the biggest bookmakers in the world. Simply enter your stake and you’ll discover just how much is up for grabs in today’s acca. 

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FAQ

The best way to bet on horse racing is right here with us! Our tipsters work hard and cover all bases before supplying them to you, giving you a fantastic chance of winning. Alternatively, you’ll find plenty of bookmakers with a large number of horse racing markets. Visit your favourite bookmaker, and many horse racing bets for the day are usually featured on the home screen. If not, you’ll also find expansive markets within the horse racing section of a site. Then, it’s simply a case of adding the odds you want to play to your betslip and placing your bets.
A Trixie is a type of bet involving three selections. These selections are then included in four bets - three doubles and a treble. This gives you an increased amount of winnings as well as the chance to win something if one or two of the selections fail.
A forecast bet is a wager in which you select the order in which the top horses will finish. There are different forms of forecasts, including straight and reverse as well as tricasts. In each case you must correctly select finishing positions of horses within a race. If just one is wrong, your bet fails
Good odds are of course subjective. If you’re looking for a small return but high chance of winning, then it’s worth backing one of the favorites. Generally speaking, horses under 10/1 have a good chance of winning or placing and are worth placing an Each Way bet on.
You can calculate winnings in various ways dependent on the type of odds you’re using. For decimal odds, you simply multiply your stake by the decimal odds and the answer will be your return. In terms of fractional odds, you calculate odds via multiplying the right hand side of the fraction by the left. This will give you your winnings excluding stake. So, if odds were priced at 5/1, and you placed a bet of £1, you would multiply by five. This would give you winnings of £5 plus stake giving you a total return of £6.
3 to 5 odds, or 3/5 are odds that heavily back the outcome of an event to happen. First and foremost, it means the bookmaker believes that in every eight races, the horse would win five times. You can also calculate your payout from this. Essentially, for every £5 you wager, you’ll receive £3 in winnings. So, if you were to place a £5 bet on a horse at 3/5 and it won, you would receive £3, plus your stake back giving a total return of £8.

Horse Racing Tips 

Each day we’ll bring you racing tips from all the major meets. Our experts work hard, studying the form, including how they’ve ran over course, distance and course and distance previously. 

 

Below you find our latest horse racing tips to enjoy: 

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