Horse Racing Odds
What does Each-Way Odds mean?
An each-way bet is effectively two bets, with the first part of the bet being placed on the horse to win, while the second part is the each-way part of the bet, which will need your selection to finish in the places that are attributed to the race in question. Each bookmaker will have their own each-way conditions, but most of the time an each-way bet is calculated to either 1/4 or 1/5 odds. Using an example, if you were to be £1 each way on a 20/1 chance and it placed at 1/4 odds, you would divide 20/1 by 4, so giving you £5 for the each-way part plus your £1 stake. If they were offering 1/5 odds the 20/1 chance then you'd divide the 20s by five, giving you £4 return plus your £1 placed. Depending on how many runners are in race depends how many each-way places are available, and also the more runners in a race then the more likely you are to get enhanced places.
Can I calculate my Accumulator Odds?
On our sister site BettingOdds.com, you will be able to work out your accumulator odds using their Bet Calculator.
Where can I see Today's Racecards?
You will be access all Today's Racecards on our designated section on site. Showing racecards from all the UK & Irish meeting, this area is vital for any punter looking to have a bet on the day's racing.
Do you have any Free Horse Racing Tips?
Yes, we have a whole bunch of Free Horse Racing Tips available for you, so why not take a look.
How are horse racing odds calculated?
Odds are set based on how much money is being placed on each horse, relative to the total amount staked on a race.
Which bookie offers the most competitive odds?
The bookmaker with the best odds typically varies between different races and markets. The likes of bet365 and William Hill all offer competitive prices on the big events. Use the odds comparison tables on our race pages to pick the best deal for you.
What does Best Odds Guaranteed mean?
With Best Odds Guaranteed, you can get the best price for your selection regardless of when you place your bet. If you take an early price and the starting price for your horse ends up offering a larger potential payout, you’ll be paid out at the bigger odds.
Which sites will let me live stream these races?
bet365, William Hill, BoyleSports, and BetVictor all offer live streaming on a huge range of horse races. At some sites, streaming is completely free, whereas others will require you to either have funds in your account or to have recently placed a bet.
How do you pick a horse?
There are lots of factors to take into consideration when picking a horse, including form, race history, course history, age, jockey, trainer, and more. Check out our tips page for the latest recommendations from our experts.