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Epsom Racing Odds

Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey is home to the world-famous Epsom Derby Festival which takes place at the end of May or the beginning of June every year, providing a fantastic opportunity for horse racing enthusiasts to get involved and bet money on the races.

It’s not just The Derby that gets the best odds though, as there are four other meetings and a total of 34 excellent races that are held at this royally blessed venue every Summer, between the months of April and September.

Millions of pounds are won over the course of Epsom’s racing season and you don’t need to be an expert in the field to be one of the many beneficiaries, thanks to diligently researched, expertly crafted betting tips just like our very own.

We’ve proven our levels of success on many occasions and when we win, we make sure you win too. Furthermore, we scour the web for the best offers and promotions from the top bookies and betting sites, so you can get the absolute most out of your returns, or even win a small fortune completely risk-free with the help of a free bet.

The Epsom Spring Meeting Odds

The first meeting of Epsom’s race calendar every year is The Spring Meeting which provides a warm welcome to horse flat racing at Epsom Downs Racecourse every April.

The featured race of The Epsom Spring Meeting is The Blue Riband Trial, a Class 1 Listed flat race open to three-year-old horses, which offers its winner automatic qualification to participate in the next Epsom Derby.

Previous Winners Odds

The winner of the last edition of The Blue Riband Trial was 4/1 third-favourite Cape Of Good Hope, ridden by jockey Ryan Moore and trained by Aidan O’Brien.

This 4/1 result turned £10 outright backing stakes into £50 in returns after 9/4 race favourite Arthur Kitt only managed a fifth-place finish.

The Epsom Derby Festival Odds

By the time June has come around, The Cheltenham Festival and The Grand National have run their course and now it’s time for The Epsom Derby Festival to shine.

The two featured races of The Epsom Derby Festival are The Oaks on Ladies Day and The Derby on Derby Day, each of which offers six-figure sums to their respective first-place competitors.

Previous Winners Odds

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, The Epsom Derby Festival was rescheduled to take place behind closed doors a month later than usual.

The Investec Oaks 2020 was won by 11/10 race favourite Love, ridden by jockey Ryan Moore and trained by Aidan O’Brien. The main event, The Investec Derby, was won by 25/1 outsider Serpentine, ridden by jockey Emmet McNamara and trained by Aidan O’Brien.

Serpentine’s 25/1 win turned £10 outright backing stakes into a whopping £260 addition to their betting account balance.

Epsom August Afternoon Racing Odds

Two months after the usual weekend date of The Epsom Derby, Epsom Downs Racecourse welcomes back the horses, jockeys, trainers and spectators to its first of two Afternoon Racing meetings.

The featured race of this warm Summer meeting at the end of August every year is Terry Mills & John Akehurst Handicap, a Class 3 handicap flat race open to horses aged three years old and above and run over a total distance of just 6 furlongs and 3 yards.

Previous Winners Odds

The winner of the last edition of this intense race was 10/1 outsider Mokaatil, ridden by jockey Angus Villiers and trained by Ian Williams. This fantastic 10/1 result multiplied backing stakes 10-fold plus returning the initial stake back on top. £110 back in the balance.

The Glass Times Race Day Odds

The second of Epsom Downs Racecourse’s two Afternoon Racing meetings is The Glass Times Race Day which takes place less than two weeks after the August Afternoon Racing.

The featured race of Epsom’s Glass Times Race Day is The Jump Jockeys’ Derby Handicap, a Class 4 handicap flat race open to horses aged four years old and over and run over a distance of 1 mile, 4 furlongs and 6 yards.

Previous Winners Odds

The winner of The Jump Jockeys’ Derby Handicap at Epsom’s Glass Times Race Day last time out was 11/2 priced Berrahri, ridden by jockey Joey Haynes and trained by John Best. This 11/2 result turned £10 outright backing stakes into £65 in returns, £55 in profit.

Epsom Season Finale Odds

The final meeting held at Epsom Downs Racecourse for its Summer season is The Epsom Season Finale, which is scheduled for the last Sunday of September every year.

The featured race of The Epsom Season Finale at Epsom Downs Racecourse every September is The Season Finale Handicap, a Class 3 handicap flat race open to horses aged 3 years old and above that stretches a course distance of 1 mile, 2 furlongs and 17 yards.

Previous Winners Odds

The winner of The Season Finale Handicap flat race at Epsom Downs Racecourse for The Epsom Season Finale last time out was 9/2 third-favourite Torcello, ridden by jockey Megan Nicholls and trained by Shaun Lycett.

This 9/2 race result turned £10 outright backing stakes into £55 in returns, £45 in profits for the punters that had faith in this third-favourite competitor.

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