Unfortunately, we are not available in your area!
You are visiting a version of our website that is outside of your region.
There are two ways that you'll possibly end up viewing the brilliance that is Trotting, either you're a horse enthusiast or you've seen it on the television and you've been bemused by what you're watching. Trotting is the most common form of harness racing which in itself is a variation of horse racing betting. Horses pull a two-wheeled cart and the first across the finish line is the victory.
Trotting Betting Markets
Trotting betting markets are incredibly similar to that of Horse Racing, except in the format of harness races. bettors can place a bet on the winner of a race, whether a horse is going to finish in the top three of a race and head-to-head bets, where you can bet on whether one horse will beat another. Other than the bets specified, there aren't many opportunities for obscure bets in Trotting. However, in countries such as Australia, Sweden and France, Trotting is incredibly popular.
Trotting Triple Crown Betting
If you're looking to place a bet on any of the three biggest races in America, you may wish to check out the horses than have won the illusive Triple Crown meaning that they have won:
- Hambletonian, held at the Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, New Jersey
- Yonkers Trot, held at Yonkers Raceway in Yonkers, New York
- Kentucky Futurity, held at The Red Mile in Lexington, Kentucky
In almost 70-years, there are only 9 horses that have managed this feat and since 1972, only three horses have managed it, they are: Windsong's Legacy (2004), Glidemaster (2006) and Marion Marauder (2016).
If you're looking at the Triple Crown in France, you may wish to check out the horse that have won the French version, which includes:
- Prix d'Amérique
- Prix de France
- Prix de Paris all based in Paris, France.
However, this feat has only been mastered four times with Bald Eagle becoming the first horse in over 40 years to accomplish this.
Trotting Betting FAQs
Q. Why bet on Trotting?
Trotting is basically another variation of Horse Racing, millions of people place bets on Horse Racing festivals such as the Cheltenham Festival and Royal Ascot. Trotting provides a slightly different experience but contains all of the drama and excitement that Horse Racing does and that is why so many get involved with the sport.
Q. What is Trotting in betting?
Trotting is essentially a variant of horse racing where instead of jockeys sitting atop the horse, they sit in a sulky (who wheeled vehicle) and are pulled along by the horse. The first horse across the finish line wins.
Q. Can I bet on Trotting?
Absolutely, here at Bet UK, we have a wide range of betting markets for the biggest events in Europe. Those events include the likes of Trotting, so if you're looking to bet on Trotting, check out Bet UK's sportsbook and view our Trotting betting odds.