Best Nap Of The Day
Today’s horse racing tips from all of the major racecards. Our in-house horse racing tipsters have gone through all of today’s racecards and picked our best bets, and horse racing tips of the day for you. This includes our two top free betting tips from across all of today’s racecards which are our NAP and NB these are our two most fancied winners from today’s racing. As well as that we have a massive value Lucky 15 bet, this could return huge winnings for you, we also have free tips for doubles and EW doubles. Lastly, we have gone through every major race card today and given you free tips for each and every one. You now have all you need to know to go and place your bets for today. You can check out all our World Cup Betting Tips.
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A little about the SBAT Horse Racing Tipsters
Above we have all our UK and Irish horse racing tips for today, these are picked by our knowledgeable horse racing tipsters. Our tipsters show a consistent profit on UK and Irish horse racing especially our NAP and NB (next best), they study each day’s racing and will listen out for any news coming out of the yards and even react to money moving markets. Our racing pundits have years of experience and all the knowledge to pick you out the very best racing tips each day. We cover all the racing each day including Irish racing. We do handicap races, all-weather races, jump racing, flat racing, hurdles and sprints. We will also cover the major racing events around the world including Meydan and the Kentucky Derby.
We cover lots of different racing, and we cover every angle when betting on each day’s racing. Every day we will pick out a NAP of the day, and Next Best (NB), we will do a horse racing double and an each-way double each day as well as a horse racing lucky 15. As well as that we cover all of the days racing meets including the evening meetings and the Channel 4 (now ITV) live racing. We will pick a single horse for each race and advise on whether to back that horse EW or just as a straight win. We provide the time of the race for you along with the horse name and odds to back it at. All these tips are provided completely for free, so you get our expert tipster knowledge all completely for free.
Where Do We Pick Our GG Tips From
We will provide horse racing tips for all the major racing festivals each year, and we have some huge ones on the horizon this year. The biggest racing meeting of the year has to be the Cheltenham Festival which includes the Gold Cup. The Cheltenham Festival runs during March every year and normally coincides with St Patrick’s day. After that, we have the Grand National festival at Aintree which includes the biggest and toughest race of the year, the Grand National. Both of these festivals are jump festivals and are arguably the two biggest, but we also have the Bet365 Jump Finale every year at Sandown in April, this marks the end of the Jump season and the start of the Flat season. The flat season has 5 “Classic” races these are known as the Classics and are formed of the 2000 Guineas Stakes which is held at Newmarket each year. The 1000 Guineas Stakes which also takes place at Newmarkets. The Epsom Oaks which takes place at Epsom. The Epsom Derby which is often just referred to as “The Derby”. Lastly, the St Ledger Stakes which takes place at Doncaster and normally marks the end of the Triple Crown as well as the flat season. The Classics are the big races for the flat season, but we also have some huge festivals taking place each year, the prized festival is Royal Ascot probably most famous for the punters and the fashion, with the classic ladies day being as much about the fashion as the horse racing. Royal Ascot nearly always takes place in June and is normally hosted and attended by the Queen. After that, we have the King George weekend which again takes place at Ascot and normally in July. That is swiftly followed only a few days after by Glorious Goodwood (Qatar Goodwood Festival now) which normally takes place the first weekend of August. As well as all these festivals most major courses have some huge races each year, with Uttoxeter racecourse hosting the Midlands Derby, Ayr Racecourse hosting the Scottish Gold Cup, Chepstow hosting the Welsh Grand National and courses like Newbury, Kempton, Sandown Park, Haydock Park, York and Newcastle all hosting their own major festivals. Let’s not forget some of the big Irish races as well with the Irish Grand National taking place each year at Fairyhouse, the Punchestown Festival which takes place in Apri and the Leopardstown Christmas Festival. Our expert tipsters will provide you all the information you need for these tips as well the best odds and race times for each horse.
How Do We Pick Our Top Horse Racing Picks
If you want some tricks and tips and would like to pick your own horses, then we can show you some of the easier ways to read things. If you are inexperienced on how to read horse racing cards and form we have an excellent guide here to help you. Some important things you need to look for are form for both the horse and Jockey, if a horse or jockey are in good form, it is often a good sign and well worth having a look at that horse. You need to remember though that form is not the only thing, you need to ensure that the form is in the correct races, if they are handicap races you may need to check how much the weight has been increased on the horse. Is the form only on all-weather tracks or is it on grass. If the horse regularly runs on grass, you need to check the sort of ground the horse likes. The type of ground is divided into several categories these are described as the “Going” the “Going” is an important thing to look at when considering picking horse bets as some horses like good ground and others like softer ground, we will provide you with the going each day if it is available. The categories of going are as follows; Firm means it is a very hard dry track, Good is a track with good grass coverage and a slight cushion or bounce in the ground, Soft is a wet track with a good amount of give in the ground, and lastly Heavy which means the track is very wet and probably a little muddy, it often means the top surface will cut up and cause issues for jump racing especially. If the ground is to firm (often when it is frozen) a race will be called off and if it is too heavy a race will also be called off. Often when the ground is described, it will be a combination of these terms with good to firm and good to soft being used a lot when describing ground. If it is an all-weather track, the ground will just be described as standard as this never changes. As well as form and track going, we need to look at the types of races the horse has been running in. First point is has the horse previously been running in flat races, hurdles or jump racing as some horses can run in all three. Next, we need to look at the distance, and what sort of distances the horse has been running in, horse racing distances are measured in miles and furlongs, and these vary in distance from 4 miles to 6 furlongs (a sprint race). A furlong is 220 yards, so a 6-furlong race is a very short sprint. Some horses are far better at running a sprint and don’t have the stamina for the longer races. Ideally, you would not want to back a horse that has been running sprints in a 3 miles race and honestly it would be rare to see this happen. You then need to check what grade the horse has been running in as different horses have different classes. The classes vary depending on the type of racing National Hunt races are divided into four grades or classes, class one is simply the best horses with no handicaps at all. Classes 2 is the next best horses then class 3 and lastly listed races, these races often have a form of handicapping in which the best horses are given extra weight to slow horse slightly depending on it’s age as well as previous wins and results. Flat racing runs similar to this but has seven classes or grades as with before the top class horses are the best, but these horses are given weight to slow them slightly depending on lots of factors including age, wins and jockey. This is why it is often much more difficult to continually win in flat racing. The grades below 1 are as before, and the horses gradually get worse the lower down the classes you go. All this is a must-read before picking your horse, and we do this with every pick we make, as well as speaking to the yards the horses are from and lots of other contacts within the industry.
A final word from the SBAT betting tipsters
Here at SBAT we pride ourselves on being the best horse racing tipsters around and will continually provide our tips for free. If you do want to see other tips though you can view the Guardians horse racing tips or At The Races tips, there are lots more free tipsters services such as GG’s racing tips and even the Racing Post provides free tips for some punters. The Racing Post and The Sun newspaper also provide paid for tips with templegate doing the later. If you wish to check these out, please do, but we are confident you will be back with us soon enough. Why not check out some more of our betting tips with our bet of the day or our horse racing acca here. If you’d like to check out our betting tips and predictions for this week’s Scoop6 competition, click here!