Ante Post Betting on the Betfair Exchange Trophy

There are loads of horse races that are scheduled to take place this month. However, one that does offer you plenty of high valued betting opportunities is of course the annual Betfair Exchange Trophy race and Paddy Power are offering some excellent early prices on their ante post betting market for that race.

You will have until the afternoon of the 22nd of December to place your bets on that race as that is when, weather permitting, it will be run. To help you choose a horse that could just win in, below is the current set of ante post betting odds you can make use of that that top rated betting site!

Keep in mind though that as each of the horses does have some very high odds associated and attached with them, you may much prefer placing one or more each-way bets as that way you will still get something back by way of a winning payout if your horse is placed.

I would actively encourage you to make use of the ante post betting market at Paddy Power on the Betfair Exchange Trophy as by doing so if you do want to bank any number of the runners via an each-way type of bet they are paying out at one quarter of the win odds to four places too.

Fidux is the 8/1 Favourite

There isn’t much confidence in the betting markets to be fair on any of the runners in this race, but one horse has had a fair bit of support but nothing to shout about and that is the current favourite that horse being Fidux whose odds are 8/1.

If you are thinking about backing the second favourite horse to win this race well you are faced with several joint second favourites all available at win odds of a high 10/1 and they are Nietzsche, Silver Streak, Man of Plenty, Fiesole, Tornado Watch and Mr Antolini

The Outsiders to Win

Whilst the likes of Jollys Cracked It, Western Ryder, Mohaayed, Crooks Peak, Countister, Flying Tiger, Mont des Avaloirs and Lisp are on offer at odds of 12/1, as the other horses listed up above are also available at high valued odds any of them could of course win this race even at those much bigger odds.

There will be a chance that Not Never and Call Me Lord at 14/1 could win of even the likes of Forecast, Chatez, Cyrus Darius, Brain Power and William H Bonne who are all 16/1.

20/1 shots can and do occasionally win races of this nature and some to consider backing at those huge odds in this race are Garo de Juilley, Redicean, Malaya, Old Guard, Ratoute Yutty, Charli Parcs, A Hare Breath, Grand Sancy and We Have A Dream and some

I doubt that Lord Napier, Marracudja, Apples Shakira, Court Royale and First Figaro at 25/1 will worry any of the above horses and the outsider sot win at massive odds of 33/1 are Tara Dylan, Cliffs of Dover, Thistimenextyear, Friday Night Light and John Constable.