As for just which trainer is likely to be the one that is going to have the most horses winning their respective races at this years Royal Ascot race meeting, well you are going to find quite a lot of betting opportunities on that betting market for sure.
If it is one that you do fancy having a small or even a large bet on, then please do keep on reading for I am going to be looking at the current state of that ante post betting market and you may fancy backing any of the listed trainers mentioned below at some tempting odds.
The one trainer that you would not say is on offer to win the top trainer title at this year’s Royal Ascot meeting at huge odds is Aidan O’Brien, for try as I may this morning I have yet to find a betting site or bookie that is offering odds higher on him than 4/9!
If things do not go the way of O’Brien this year, then there are no shortages of other trainers that will be queuing up to steal his thunder so to speak, and one that may be worth having a small bet on is John Gosden who does look a fair bet at 9/2.
Is Chris Appleby Worth Backing?
When it comes to picking out trainers that do have what it takes to send the most winning horses to trace meetings such as Royal Ascot, you should of course be looking just what form their horses have been running in, and when you do you will spot Charlie Appleby.
He has been sending out plenty of winners this season and he is expected to have a couple of winners at least at the Royal Ascot meeting, and if you think he will have plenty of winners and will win the top trainer title you can back him to do so right now at odds of 6/1.
Unlikely Winners of the Royal Ascot Top Trainer Title
He does have a great track record of getting horses ready for major horse races, however Sir Michael Stoute is a 12/1 shot to win this title this year at Royal Ascot, and then both William Haggas and Mark Johnston are being offered at odds of around the 25/1 mark.
A few other trainers that may just be worth having a pound or two on include Roger Varian and Charlie Hills and most bookies have them both chalked up and on offer at odds of 33/1, and then you have Richard Hannon who does look like a value bet at 40/1 followed by Wesley Ward who is up against it this year and is being offered at generous odds of 50/1 to win the top trainer title at Royal Ascot this year.
The one trainer that you would have expected to be much higher up the betting on this betting market years ago is Andrew Balding, however as it currently stands the odds on him being crowned the top trainer are huge being as they are 66/1.