Bet Now on the National Hunt Jockeys Championship

You may be a fan of horse racing and enjoy watching and also betting on National Hunt races, and as we are now in the season when National Hunt races are being run most if not every single day of the week then I am sure you are regularly betting on several of those types of races.

There are however a few unique betting markets associated with hat code of racing that you are also going to find appealing, and one of those betting markets is going to allow you to place a bet on the jockey that you think is going to be crowned the National Hunt Champions jockey of the season.

There are however two jockeys that are being backed very heavily by punters on that betting market and the first one is Richard Johnson who is being offered at some tiny odds of around the 2/7 mark to take the title this season.

The other jockey that a fair old number of punters are pinning their hopes of this season is Brian Hughes, and he is certainly a  jockey in form and one that may just be worth backing to win the title of the Champion National Hunt Jockey this season and his odds of doing so currently are generous at  5/2.

The Two Harry’s Next in the Betting

It is Harry Skelton who appears next in the betting market and if you have the mindset and think that he is going to win plenty of races moving forward this season then you are going to be tempted to put your money down on him and will be rewarded with big odds of 16/1 by doing so right now.

There is also a very slight chance that Harry Cobden could go on to glory this season and if you think he is worth placing a bet on then his current and generally available odds are tempting too being as they are around the 33/1 mark.

Jockeys with Very Little Chance of Winning the Title

Even though the following jockeys have very little chance of being crowned the champion National Hunt jockey this season, there is always going to be the chance they do manage to go on to do so and as such there are some very high valued odds up for grabs on each of them.

As such if you are tempted to pin your hopes on jockeys such as Sam Twiston-Davies you can get odds of 40/1 on him winning the title and some of you out there may just also fancy the chances of Aidan Coleman who is a 66/1 shot right now.

Tow jockeys that are also in the betting but who are going to have to have a huge amount of luck in running moving forward are Nico De Boinville and Sean Bowen, be the 100/1 odds attached to them both do give you a very clear insight into their chance of success this season.