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Epsom Betting Tips

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Bet on Epsom Horse Racing at Bet UK

The UK horse racing calendar is packed full of big meetings, and the earliest classics in the season happen at Epsom. Located in the Epsom Downs, runners who head to Epsom take on the ultimate test of a racehorse due to its uphill climbs and demanding descents.

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Epsom Horse Racing Tips

Here at Bet Uk, we’ll have all of the top online horse betting markets for all the main events at Epsom. We’ll also have Epsom horse racing tips for all the feature meetings including The Derby, so you’ll never miss out the top selections for the big meeting.

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After placing a bet in our UK horse racing markets at Bet UK, players will have the chance to watch the race live thanks to our bet and watch free live streaming service. Simply head over to our horse racing odds, place your bets and watch the events unfold.

Epsom Horse Racing Results

If you’re looking for the latest betting results from the feature meetings, we’ll have all of the top Epsom horse racing results, so if you’re looking for the winner of the last Group 1 race or a handicap winner, we’ll have everything right here at Bet UK.

Epsom Course Guide

Accommodating specifically flat racing, Epsom is a left-handed course that is U-shaped and has a downhill gradient which can be tricky for runners. The final part of the course, the five furlongs straight, is the fastest in the world as it is all downhill. Due to its testing nature, a good position throughout the race is crucial to make your break in the race's final stages.

Top Races at Epsom

Two of the biggest races held at Epsom across the season are The Derby and The Oaks. Normally held in a festival in July, The Derby is a race for male and female horses which are three years old, and The Oak is a race where only three-year-old female horses can compete. Normally the runners of these races have competed in the Guineas at Newmarket and will go on to compete in the St Leger as part of the Fillies' Triple Crown'.

As well as The Derby and The Oaks, there is also The Dash and the Coronation Cup that are also standout events.

Epsom Key Fixtures

April - The Spring Meeting June - Derby Festival September - Season Finale

Top Jockeys at Epsom

Over at Epsom, it’s Oisin Murphy, William Buick and Tom Marquand who have the highest strike rate in terms of runners and winners. But with many jockeys only heading to Epsom when it's a festival that hosts Group 1 races, it tends to be jockeys who attend the smaller race meeting who are more fruitful on this course.

Top Trainers at Epsom

Over in the trainer category, James Boyle, Andrew Balding, and Ralph Beckett top the rankings. However, Charlie Appleby has a 47% strike rate over the last three years at Epsom with eight winners and four places from just 17 runners.

If you're looking for the latest events at Epsom today, check out the link below to find our latest betting tips.

Daily Horse Racing Betting Tips