Horse Racing Fixtures, Odds & Live Results
Welcome to the Oddspedia's horse racing betting centre, where you can get the latest top betting odds and results from races all around the world.
Take advantage of the extensive coverage and enjoy the best odds by comparing major bookmakers on events such as the Aintree Festival racecourse and it's Grand National running or the Cheltenham Festival. On this page, you will find all of today's horse racing racecards & fixtures, both for today's and tomorrow's race meetings in the UK, Australia, France, Japan, USA Ireland and more. Go to the track pages to check more information such as the track type, race class, number of starts and non-runners as well as jockey details.
About Oddspedia Horse Racing
The dedicated Oddspedia horse racing section provides the best horse racing odds in real-time, as well as detailed race information and tips. We believe our racecards are the best you will find on the Internet and they are completely free.
Oddspedia Horse racing page aims to list all scheduled races worldwide. It includes today's racecards and results from those tracks - all in one visually pleasing and easy to understand the view. Not only this, but we also give out vital race information, which includes the horses and their jockeys, trainers as well as the distance of the races/length of the whole track. The racing type, class, and eligibility are also available with some brief comments provided for runners in each race. Oddspedia has every punter and horse racing fan covered to make successful racing bets, by giving out handy trends and useful updates throughout the day.
Horse racing betting FAQ
How to read Horse betting odds?
How to read Horse betting odds?
Odds may not seem that easy at first, especially for Horse racing. Things seem to get more complicated there, but once the core representation of odds is understood it becomes much easier to absorb. Simply said, odds represent the implied probability
of something to happen in mathematical values. Odds vary from horse to horse, and odds progress and change before races. It all signals the bookmaker's opinion on the outcomes and which horse bookies places to win the race. There are also few different types of horse racing odds, with different formating used in various regions such as fractional (3/1) , decimal (4.00) and American (+250).
How to bet on Horse Racing?
Betting on horses could be both fun and profitable once you know what you are doing.
The procedure itself is not complicated at all - find an event from the racetrack listing, pick a horse that you think has the best chance to win, preferably choose the bookmaker with the best odds and place a wager with a stake of your choice.
Of course, there are many more options than pick who will win, such as place (horse should finish 1st or 2nd), show (horse should finish in top 3), Trifecta (multiple horse choice, should finish in top 3) and many others.
Which is the best Horse Racing betting strategy?
It's hard to say which one is the best, strategies perform differently from punter to punter.
The most popular of them include - The Beaten Favourite (a horse which lost its last race but has been successful before), The Dutching System (revolves on maths, where you have to pick two of the top three favourites and calculate the stake based on the probabilities given), Statistical betting (at the end everything revolves about numbers) or just finding a horse that is overpriced (even established horses tend to go under bookies radar).
Horse Racing odds comparison - how to find the best prices?
By using odds comparison for horse racing bets, one can maximize their potential profits. Finding the best prices is easy with Oddspedia and saves you time, all you have to do is to just pick up an event and check available odds from multiple bookmakers at once.
What is a win single bet in Horse Racing?
It is the most straightforward way in which you can bet on horse racing. It consists of backing a horse selection to win the race they are running in. This is the best market for horse racing betting novices but there are so many other bets you can place on horse racing.
What does SP mean in Horse Racing betting?
SP abbreviature stands for the horse’s starting price. This would be the final price of the horse at the time of the race start. By using SP, instead of current price when betting on a horse race you take a gamble if the starting price might be better than the current one. In some bookmakers, there is a case of Best Price guaranteed, where if one bet on a horse he will get either the SP or the current price - whichever is higher.