Ante Post Betting Odds
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Arguably one of our most popular sporting markets, national horse racing is one of the most profitable sports to bet on, and is an ideal method to boost your winnings.
Known to some punters as future betting, ante-post horse racing betting is an outright bet, predicting the outcome of a horse racing event well in advance of it.
Read on to discover why you should be making your ante-post horse racing bets here at Bookmakers.co.uk.
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The benefits of Bookmakers.co.uk
All our partners are experts in the field of horse race betting as well as ante post betting.
When it comes to placing a bet on horse racing, by using Bookmakers.co.uk, you get to choose from the best odds around. We cover all the latest races from the likes of Aintree, Ascot, Cheltenham, Doncaster and Newmarket.
With all our avid punters looking to experience the best odds well in advance of the main event, we will provide you with odds across the top UK bookmakers, so you have the opportunity to compare.
We have odds available for races months in advance, giving you plenty of time to examine the form of the contenders involved. By doing your research, you can take advantage of the less favourable odds from some undervalued contenders.
What to consider
One of the best things about an ante-post horse racing bet is that your chances of winning big are better when you place a wager early.
Market movers don’t usually appear until closer to the main event, so by betting early on you have the opportunity to analyse the undervalued racers and make a handsome profit from them.
However, one of the main things to consider when betting on horse racing in advance is whether the horse you back will compete or not.
When you back a horse that drops out of a race, this is known as a ‘non-runner bet’ and sadly you will not be reimbursed.
On the day of the event, all markets regarding ante-post betting will be closed.
Now you know everything there is to know about the ante-post horse racing markets, visit our free bets page, and get even greater value and profit from betting on the horses!