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Saudi Cup Betting Odds
The Saudi Cup is the most valuable horse race in the world of Horse Racing with a purse of $20 million, this race is the richest horse race in history. This means that all eyes will be on the Saudi Cup when it comes to Horse Racing odds. The event has taken place at the King Abdulaziz Racetrack every year since the inaugural running in 2020. This race attracts the best horses from around the world due to the enormous pay-packet attached, each continent has it's main race, such as the Kentucky Derby in America and the Saudi Cup is for Middle East horse racing.
2024 Saudi Cup Betting Odds
If you're looking to find Saudi Cup odds, then you'll typically have to wait until close to the event with the wide range of horses around the world that could take part in the event, so with this in mind, finding ante post odds is quite difficult. However, within a week of the event, you'll find a number of runners for all 16 races on the day, culminating with the richest horse race in the world - the Saudi Cup. Just because this race has the biggest prize, doesn't mean that Saudi Cup betting is actually the best offer during the two days. You'll find eight races on each day, with the Fillies Conditions opening on day one and the Jockey Club Local Handicap opening on day two.
In these races you'll be able to place a number of bet types including starting with the outright winner of the Saudi Cup, this is the most common betting market in Saudi Cup betting and the easiest market to understand particularly when combining undercard races into an accumulator bet. In this market, you'll be able to find betting odds for a single horse to win a race as international jockeys face-off at the King Abdulaziz Racecourse.
For bets on a single race such as the Saudi Cup, you may wish to look at forecast and tricast bets where you'll be able to place bets on the top two or top three of the event, these provide the highest horse racing odds for single races but are significantly harder to win. We typically see the winners of races such as the Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Oaks, the Pegasus World Cup and Cheltenham Festival winners at the event, so you may recognise a lot of names when you place a bet on the Saudi Cup.
Who is the favourite to win the 2024 Saudi Cup?
Who have won the Saudi Cup
|2022||Emblem Road||Saudi Arabian Horse|
|2020||Maximum Security||American Horse|
Saudi Cup Week Races
25th February 2024
|15:45||INTERNATIONAL JOCKEY CHALLENGE R1||Handicap|
|16:15||INTERNATIONAL JOCKEY CHALLENGE R2||Handicap|
|17:15||INTERNATIONAL JOCKEY CHALLENGE R3||Handicap|
|17:45||INTERNATIONAL JOCKEY CHALLENGE R4||Handicap|
|18:25||SAUDI INTERNATIONAL HANDICAP||Handicap|
|18:55||AL MNEEFAH CUP||Group 2|
26th February 2024
|15:45||JOCKEY CLUB LOCAL HANDICAP||Handicap|
|16:25||OBAIYA ARABIAN CLASSIC||Group 1|
|17:05||NEOM TURF CUP||Group 3|
|17:45||1351 TURF SPRINT||Group 3|
|18:25||RED SEA TURF HANDICAP||Group 3|
|19:05||SAUDI DERBY||Group 3|
|19:45||RIYADH DIRT SPRINT||Group 3|
|20:35||SAUDI CUP||Group 1|
Saudi Cup FAQs
Who won the 2023 Saudi Cup?
The Japanese runner Panthalassa won the 2023 Saudi Cup for jockey Yutaka Yoshida and Yoshito Yahagi winning $10,000,000 in prize money.
Can I watch the Saudi Cup online?
Yes! The Saudi Cup will be viewable online at BetUK, so you can see all the action at the Abdulaziz Racetrack on the day of the event! To find out how check out our Live streaming for Racing page.
What is the prize money for the Saudi Cup?
The prize money for the 2024 Saudi Cup is a whopping $20 million with the winner taking a $10 million prize. Making this race the world's richest horse race along
How big is the King Abdulaziz racecourse?
There is a 2,000 meter dirt track which has a width of 24 meters. There is also a 1,800 meter turf track which was added to the venue in 2020.
What restrictions are there on undercard Saudi Cup races?
Due to the rules and regulations of races, there are a number of events that can only be taken part in by Purebred Arabians such as the Obaiya Arabian Classic and the Al Mneefah Cup, other restrictions are locally bred horses but the majority of races are open.