You may have been interested in finding out who the most likely jockey to be crowned the top jockey at the Royal Ascot race meeting is, and it is it is Ryan Moore who must punters are backing.
However, there is also the top trainer betting market live at most of our featured betting sites, and if you fancy having a bet on the trainer that you think will send the most winners to that ever popular race meeting then do read on for I will be looking at just which trainer may just do so below.
The one trainer that is expected to win the top trainer title this year at the Royal Ascot race meeting is Aidan O’Brien, for there is no getting away from the simple fact that he does have some of the best horses lined up to take part and possibly win plenty of races and his odds on being crowned the top trainer are 4/9
There has also be some support for John Gosden, and whilst his odds of winning the top trainer title are 9/2, never underestimate any of his horses, for plenty of them could just bolt up and win, and those odds are there for the taking.
Charlie Appleby is an Interesting Bet
One other trainer who has top trainer Royal Ascot win odds that are in single digits is Charlie Appleby and is another trainer that does know just what is needed to get his horses ready for race meetings such as this one.
If you do rate his chances then you really should be backing him before the meeting gets underway, as his current 6/1 win odds are going to start to drop quite noticeable if he does start to rattle in the winners, so do keep that in mind!
Double Digits Odds
As you would expect, several other trainers can be backed at double digit odds and I wouldn’t put you off backing any trainer you do think is going to shine this year at the Royal Ascot race meeting, and dependent on just which one you choose to back there are some very tempting odds currently up for grabs.
Take the likes of Sir Michael Stoute, he has trained plenty of top class winners over the year and currently if you get a move on you can back him to win the top trainer title at odds of 12/1, and then you have both William Haggas, Mark Johnston who are very easy to back at odds of 25/1.
Roger Varian and Charlie Hills are chalked up at win odds of 33/1, however I do think it is fair and true to say their horses are going to have to have a lot of luck in running, and whether either of them will win the top trainer title this year at the Royal Ascot race meeting does remain to be seen.
A few other to consider include Richard Hannon at 40/1, Wesley Ward at 50/1 and one of the outsiders is Andrew Balding whose odds are around the 66/1 mark.