The flat racing season in the UK is of course well underway, and as such if you are a fan of the sport of horse racing then you really are spoiled for choice regarding just which race you can bet on no matter on which day of the week you fancy having a flutter.
However, one race that is soon to be run at the end of this month is the long awaited and much anticipated Qatar Goodwood Cup, for that race is going to be run on the 30th of July 2019 at the Goodwood racecourse and plenty of punters have been laying into and back on horse in particular that is running in that race.
One horse that has been backed almost of the betting markets is Stradivarius at 10/11 and its fair to say that horse should be the winner if everything does go as planned of course however some punters do fancy the chances of both Cross Counter at 7/2 and Dee Ex Bee at 5/1, so do keep them in mind if you don’t rate the favourite to win this race.
Best Each-Way Terms
I think you will agree with me when I say that the each-way betting sharks are going to be out in force on this race, for the odds on offer on all horses other than obviously the favourite are high in value and makes an each-way bet a very interesting and potentially profitable bet to place.
The betting terms being offered to you at any betting site are going to determine whether you are getting any true and real value from that bookie, as just what the best each-way betting terms are on this race, well one fifth the win odds being paid out to three places do seem fair, but could be better I suppose.
Other Qatar Goodwood Cup Runners
If one of the top three horses in the betting does not go on to win this race this year then it will of course be a major shock, however you will never know just which horse will win any race until the winner crosses the winning line.
I you are one of those punters that is looking for value and is prepared to back some of the much lesser fancied horses then allow me now to move onto giving you an insight on the odds that you can secure on all of the other runner sin the Qatar Goodwood Cup this year.
Starting with the 14/1 shot Southern France, who may pull of a big shock this year as could too any of the 20/1 shots that are Cleonte, Constantinople, Wells Farhh Go, Barbados and Amade are 20/1, next in the betting you have South Pacific, Norway and Dashing Willoughby at 25/1.
As for the outsiders well there are plenty of them inclduing the likes of horses such as Ben Vrackie, Withhold and Salouen at 33/1, Who Dares Wins, Raa Atoll, Harpo Marx and Red Galileo are 50/1 and the final two horses in the betting are Pilaster and Cypress Creek at huge odds of 66/1, but can you really see any of those two horses winning?