What is Horse Race Betting?

Betting FAQ

  • Is horse racing betting popular with UK Customers?

    Very. It is one of the more popular events to bet on in the UK. Do Need to Sign Up with a Betting Site to Bet on Horse Racing? Yes. Betting sites need you to sign up if you are going to bet with them. New customers need to make a new account and get an account number before they go bet. You will also need to get your new account verified if you are going to start making withdrawals on your winnings.

  • Can you use free bets to bet on horse racing?

    Yes. Absolutely! In fact, some punters and bettors start betting on free bets alone. You can use your welcome bonus or even deposit bonus for your first bet. You can even go through the full amount of your bonus bets before you deposit any real money. Withdrawal restrictions and full T and Cs apply and any free bet earnings may be subject to wagering requirements. But if you bet often, you be able to compile enough wagers to meet them.

  • How to bet on horse racing?

    Betting on horse racing is easy enough. All you have to do is simply pick the horse or jockey you think would win and hope that they'd turn out to be the winner. There will be a few steps in between that, of course, but more or less, that is it. If you don't have an account on a betting site yet, create a new account first. Betting markets and sites are friendly to new customers and they're more than happy to engage and sign up new people. Interested in more than simple bet types? That's not a problem either. Most horse racing betting sites cater to more complex bets types too.

  • What is an Ante Post market?

    Ante-post markets are used in both horse racing and greyhound betting. These are horse racing betting markets that allow punters to place a bet before the betting markets open.