Never forget to check out the ante post betting markets on some of the major upcoming horse races that are going to be staged in the UK, for by doing so you are going to find plenty of races to bet on and the ante post betting markets are often where you will find the very best betting value too.
That is certainly the case if you take a look at those ante post betting markets that all bookies are offering on the Qatar Goodwood Cup, and there is still plenty of time to bet on that race as it isn’t going to be run until the 30th of July 2019 over at the Goodwood racecourse.
I you do plan on betting on this race, but you want to back the favourite to win it then you are going to have to get a move on, for that horse is Stradivarius at 10/11, and I for one can see its odds getting much lower then that as the day of the race approaches, then you have Cross Counter at 7/2 and Dee Ex Bee at 5/1 and they are the current second and third favourites respectively.
Place an Each-Way Bet
Even though Stradivarius is currently the odds-on favourite to win this race that doesn’t necessarily mean that it is going to romp home, and as such you can of course choose to place a bet on any horse that has caught your eye and you think is good enough to win this race.
You should always also remember that when you bet a horse each-way you will lower the overall risks of placing a losing bet, but if you do place one of those bets on this race do not take each-way betting terms that see you being paid out at lower than one fifth of the win odds to three places.
The Rest of the Field
I doubt that any of the following horses that are scheduled to line up and take their chances in this race are going to worry the favourite, however you never know some of them could fill one of the top positions in the race and therefore you could fancy backing any of them each-way.
As for which hoses are not that popular in the betting markets right now, well they include Southern France at 14/1, followed by the 20/1 shots which for reference are Cleonte, Constantinople, Wells Farhh Go, Barbados and Amade are 20/1 and then you have next on the betting markets horses such as South Pacific, Norway and Dashing Willoughby at 25/1
There are several horses that have no realistic chance of winning this race bar of course a miracle and they are the 33/1 shots Ben Vrackie, Withhold and Salouen the 50/1 shots which are Who Dares Wins, Raa Atoll, Harpo Marx and Red Galileo, followed by two horses that no one appears to be backing right now and they are Pilaster and Cypress Creek are 66/1.