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The Value is Each-Way Betting in the Denford Stakes

The Value is Each-Way Betting in the Denford Stakes 1

There is always a lot of interest in the Denford Stakes, which if you are blissfully unaware is a major horse race that is run over at Newbury, and the next running of that race is going to be taking place this Saturday the 17th of August 2019.

Therefore if you are planning something of a lazy day in front of the TV this weekend and are planning on watching ITV Racing then that may just be a race that you will fancy placing a bet on, however be aware that many punters have not been able to look past one horse.

That is Juan Elcano, and the ante post betting markets at both bookies sites and betting exchanges have been awash with money pouring in for that horse, which has in turn led to its ante post odds shrinking down to just 5/4

Therefore unless you are prepared to bet big or possibly back that horse in multiple bets, then there may be some much better value picking out one of the other horses in the hope it gets placed at big odds or beats the odds and do actually go on to win that race instead.

What are the Each-Way Terms on the Denford Stakes?

If you are prepared to back against Juan Elcano and let’s face it with odds of just 5/4 at best, there are going to be plenty of punters that are going to be prepared to take it on, then consider laying it at sites like Betfair.

However, a much smart better proposition may be to pick out a horse and back it each-way instead, but be aware that the generally available each-way betting terms on the Denford Stakes are one fifth of the win odds and you will find books are going to be paying out to three places too.

Some Other Fancied Runners

The next horse that some punters have been latching onto in the hope that they can get some much bigger odds but on a horse that does have a resorbable and fair chance of winning the Denford Stakes race this year is Sun Power and as far as its current odds, well they are around the 3/1 mark.

Next in the betting you have Thunderous hope may be a good each-way bet and one that can be backed at odds of around the 4/1 mark, and then you have Wyclif who is going to need a lot of luck in running and some improvement on its current form figures if it is to win that races, that’s for sure, and it is being touted at many bookies sites and betting apps at odds of 11/2.

Pyledriver and Sesame Birah are both 9/1 shots and then the odds tend to get much higher on all other runners, including horse such as Buhturi at 12/1 and Frankel’s Storm who is a 16/1 shot the outsiders are Lost Empire at 20/1, Ziggle Pops, Nirodha and Walkonby all trading at odds of at the very least 25/1.