I am sure you will have been having an enjoyable time this flat racing season, for with so many betting sites offering some of the most generous of offers and deals this season, you have hopefully been making full use of them and have been getting plenty of betting value!
However, today I want to give you an insight into the early betting currently taking place on this year’s Ebor Handicap, that race is schedule to start on the 25th of August 2018, and as is always the case value hunting punters are combing through the ante post betting markets at lots of different betting site to secure the best odds available!
As far as where the smart money is going on this year’s Ebor Handicap, I will be passing that information onto you below, however I would first like to make you aware of a brand new betting site that you may not yet have signed up to, and one that is quickly gaining a reputation or its generous odds on all major horse races.
That betting site is Bruce Betting, and below I will be quoting odds from their ante post betting markets on this race, and be aware that if you sign up today you will qualify for a free matched bet each week for a full year, but only if you use our links to visit their website!
Favourites to Win the Ebor Handicap
It is Stratum that punters have made the current favorite to win the Ebor Handicap this year and the volume of money on the early betting markets have pushed the odds down on that horse to just 5/1, however there is still come value left if you fancying piling on that horse to win!
There is a huge gap in regards to the odds of the favorite and the odds of the second favourite, and that second favorite is Chelkar at 10/1 if you fancy backing the third favourite, well there are joint third favourites currently and those horses are Sir Chauvelin and Hamada both trading at Bruce Betting at odds of 12/1.
Each-Way Pays to Four Places
One of the advantages of signing up to sites like Bruce Betting is that you are going to get paid out to four places when betting each-way on the Ebor Handicap, and you will also get paid out one quarter of the win odds too, so that do mean there are plenty of additional betting opportunities when betting each-way.
Four horses are currently chalked up at Bruce Betting at ante post win odds of 14/1, and plenty of punters are going to be interested in picking out at least one of those horses in the hope they get placed at least. Those horses for reference are Low Sun, Teodoro, Blakeney Point and First Nation 14/1.
It may also be worth checking out some of the horses with even higher odds attached to them, if you are considering betting each-way and a few additional horses to therefore consider that could strike gold this year include Cartwright at 16/1, Dal Harraild at 20/1, Muntahaa at 25/1 or even Restorer at 33/1!