Royal Ascot Tips
Royal Ascot is one of the biggest weeks of the year from a betting point of view and our special Royal Ascot Tips are available for punters to take advantage of through the week. Tom Lee from RTE in Ireland will be working with us and he will be making his special selections for punters each morning during the Royal Meeting. Tom has been in great form recently and he will be looking to continue that run into Royal Ascot.
There are also a number of trainers and jockeys to follow during Royal Ascot and they should be taken note of by punters before having that all important bet. The Royal Ascot tips really do give punters the bets possible chance of finding a few winners during the best week of flat racing anywhere in the world.
We offer several pointers that are always helpful when deciding who will or will not win races at the Royal Meeting which may prove invaluable for punters. Looking at a couple of the races for Royal Ascot we already have a couple of early tips for punters to take advantage of. It should also be noted that it is expected that the far side will be quicker than the stand side for the early races over the straight course, so it is well worth checking out the draw before making a bet.
Trainers and Jockeys to Follow at Royal Ascot
It is well known that some trainers specifically train their horses for this meeting in the same way that National Hunt trainers do for the annual Cheltenham Festival. We therefore suggest that eyes be kept on the horses trained by Sir Michael Stoute, he has a strong string this season and should have the chance of picking up his fair share of winners. Ryan Moore will be on board all the best horses from Stoute and punters are well advised to keep an eye out for his rides this season.
Of course we must never overlook top Irish trainer, Aidan O’Brien. His Ballydoyle stable particularly target the Group One races and with three Group one’s starting the meeting on Royal Ascot Day One his horses should be closely monitored.
Richard Hannon Jr will have a number of horses at the meeting and will be popular with the punters, his yard has been in fine form for a few years now and he always seems to get his horses right for the big races at Royal Ascot.