Betting tips on the horse racing Gold Cup

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It is a measure of how prestigious the Gold Cup is within the horse racing schedule that bookmakers odds and sports betting for next year’s one start well ahead of the actual race itself taking place. Horse racing betting is a popular activity in Britain anyway, but putting bets on the winner of the Gold Cup is one of those events that attract casual as well as seasoned racing fans. So which horse would be a decent pick for those looking to put a bet on it?

There are a few horses considered seriously in the running by the bookmakers, with the current front runner being Bobs Worth. Although most of the sports betting sites are offering odds of 3/1 on this horse, the best available odds – and the most popular Gold Cup bet just now – are 10/3 on the same horse. If you do not fancy these odds though, there are plenty of other options, including Silvianaco Conti and Sir Des Champs at 10 and 8/1 respectively, Sprinter Sacre (10/1) and First Lieutenant (12/1), although much can change ahead of the actual race. Indeed this is why some people prefer to hold off until closer to race time, and play horse racing slots games at an online casino such as www.gamingclub.com/nz while waiting..

These games, like the three reel slot machine Who wants to be a Stallionaire, have seen growing numbers of horse racing (and other sports) fans turning their attentions to casino gaming. The availability of apps for your phone from mobile casino sites has only furthered this process, by enabling people to play horse racing slots like Who Wants to be a Stallionaire from any location – even when they are at the races. This particular game has a lot to recommend it to racing fans, including a $5000 jackpot and a Beat the Bookie bonus game perfectly tailored to their interests, making it the horse racing slot that wins by a nose.