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Horse Racing is one of the UK’s favourite sports. With great races happening all over the country every day, you’re never short of a meet to have a punt on.

At we keep abreast of all the action and find the best horse racing tips for you across the year.

With so much still to come this season, here’s our ultimate guide to horse racing in 2017.

A History of Horse Racing

648 BC:

Having been popular in Ancient Greece, Syria, Babylon, and Egypt, horse racing develops as one of the key sports in the Ancient Olympic Games.

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753 BC:

Chariot and mounted horse racing were a main source of entertainment in Ancient Rome despite the dangers that came with it.

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James I built Newmarket Palace and instigated the birth of Thoroughbread horse racing, with Newmarket regarded to this day as the global centre of horse racing.

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By the late 18th century horse racing had grown rapidly and the introduction of Classics including the St Leger, the Oaks, and Epsom Derby were established between 1776 and 1780.

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While betting at the races existed much, much earlier, Winston Churchill passed the Racecourse Betting Act in 1928 allowing horse racing tipsters and tote betting on courses, also ensuring money goes back into the sport.

Other Notable Dates


The photo finish was introduced


Racing hits our TV screens


Betting away from the track is legalised, introducing betting shops to the high street


Starting stalls are welcomed to the track

Key Dates:

The big jumping Festivals at Cheltenham, Aintree and Punchestown may be behind us, but there is still plenty of horse racing action to come in 2017. Of course, we’ll have free horse racing tips for every major festival to make sure you don’t miss out!

20/06/2017 – 24/06/2017: Royal Ascot

The flat racing equivalent of the Cheltenham Festival, Ascot is five days of the highest quality horse racing, synonymous with glamour and class. It welcomes eight Group 1 contests including the Ascot Gold Cup and Prince Of Wales’s Stakes.

01/08/2017 – 05/08/2017: Glorious Goodwood (Qatar Goodwood Festival), Chichester

A more relaxed festival of Pimms and panama hats at one of Britain’s most picturesque racecourses. Five days of action includes the Group 1 Sussex Stakes and the Stewards Cup.

23/08/2017 – 26/08/2017: Ebor Festival, York

Racing has taken place on the Knavesmire since the 1730’s, providing one of the best atmospheres in racing. Big races include The International, Nunthorpe and the Ebor Handicap.

13/09/2017 – 16/09/2017: St Leger Festival, Doncaster

The final Classic of the season is also the oldest. The St Leger run on the Saturday is the centrepiece of four days of competitive action on Town Moor.

17/11/2017 – 19/11/2017: The November Meeting, Cheltenham

Also known as the ‘Open Meeting’, it is the first large festival of the jump season, featuring the BetVictor Gold Cup and The Greatwood Hurdle.

26/12/2017 – 27/12/2017: The Winter Festival, Kempton Park

The eyes of the horse racing world fall on Kempton to close out 2017 at their Christmas extravaganza featuring the King George and Christmas Hurdle.

Top Tips To Back A Winner

Plan Your Day

Planning your day of racing can often be key to success. Eliminate any races you’re unsure of and stick to backing the horses you’re confident in. You don’t have to bet on every race. Essentially go into each day with a strategy.

Stick To Your Strategy

Winning or losing a race can often lead to a rush of blood to the head. Sticking to your strategy is paramount, so don’t increase wagers when you win or need to claim some cash back.

Protect Your Bankroll

Don’t become overly aggressive with your wagers, and know there will be plenty of experts offering free horse racing tops the following day. Keep your cash in order to win over the long term rather than a quick win.

Study The Form

Stats are aplenty in the horse racing world and studying the fields ahead of race day is probably one of the best horse racing tips you could have. It will allow you to implement a solid strategy.

Take Into Account The Calendar

Certain times of year are well keeping an eye on. Classic trial season is naturally a good place to start in April/May where you can get a sense of form in the flat season. By September, it’s the time to concentrate on fillies and mares who are returning after the break. Additionally, horses that have had busy summer months tend to see a dip at this time

Ones To Watch 2017
– Jockeys

Everyone has their favourite jockeys, but who are the best jockeys to follow in 2017 and what lesser known names are there that we can provide for future jockey tips?

Andrea Atzeni

Behind only Ryan Moore and Frankie Dettori, Atzeni has the best strike rate of the ‘big jockeys’ at an excellent 23%. The winner of 15 Group 1’s and with 116 winners or more in three of the last four seasons, he is a jockey at the very top of the game.

Oisin Murphy

The nephew of Gold Cup winning jockey Jim Culloty, he came to prominence with a four-timer on Ayr Gold Cup day in 2013. Still only in his early 20’s, Murphy has banged in more than 50 winners so far in 2017 for a 22 point profit.

Josephine Gordon

One of the finest female riders we have seen and still only in her 20s, there’s more to come. She was Champion Apprentice in 2016 but despite losing her claim, she is well on her way to smashing past her 87 winner total from last year.

Clifford Lee

Twenty winners at an 18% strike rate this season, Lee boasts the fifth largest profit to a £1 stake on the flat in 2017. An excellent judge of pace, Lee still claims a five pound allowance, a huge positive for handicap backers

Rossa Ryan

Headhunted by Richard Hannon over the winter at just 16, Ryan has already made a splash in the UK. He’s had five winners from 22 rides on turf yet, being a seven pound claimer, this young man will likely go relatively unnoticed by the general public.

Ones To Watch 2017
– Horses

The horses are without a doubt the stars of the show. Here are some horses we think are ones to watch in 2017. We’ll certainly be keeping a close eye on them for our gg horse racing tips this year.


Sir Mark Prescott isn’t renowned for sprinters but this filly looks special. The winner of the Abbaye on Arc day in 2016, she defied a penalty against the boys at Newmarket on her return. All speed, she can win more Group 1’s, including the King’s Stand at Royal Ascot.

Laugh Aloud

Winner of a listed race at Goodwood and the Princess Elizabeth Stakes at Epsom on Derby day, John Gosden’s filly is going places. She travels well, has a smart turn of foot and a decent attitude. Further Group wins look certain on her 2017 runs so far.


0/3 on the season so far but has kept warm company. Has trained on well given his size, running sixth in the Derby despite the ground being quicker than ideal. Looks a perfect St Leger horse and a possible star over two miles plus later in his career.


A half brother to Derby winner Australia, the Godolphin colt finally looks like fulfilling his regal breeding in 2017. Runner up to Highland Reel in the Coronation Cup despite hating the track suggests Group race wins are on the horizon and is one of today’s top horse racing tips.

Wentworth Falls

Progressed well on good ground in 2017 before unsuited by soft in his latest run. Trainer Geoffrey Harker believes there is more to come and with his strong travelling style, sprints like the Great St Wilfred and Ayr Gold Cup look logical targets.

Horse Racing Terminology:
What You Need To Know


The antepost is a bet you place in advance of raceday. For major races and classics such as the Grand National and Epsom Derby. You will usually get better odds than on the day as with an antepost gamble there’s no guarantee the horse will race.


The horse that is favourite for the race. Usually with short odds.

Betting Ring

The main area within a racecourse in which bookmakers operate.


There are five Classics in Britain, which are historic major flat races for three-year-olds. The Classics include; 2,000 Guineas, 1,000 Guineas, the Oaks, the Derby, and St Leger.


An ungelded male horse below five-years-old.


The horse’s mother.


The maternal grandfather of a horse.


A bet in which half of the stake is for the horse to win and half to be places, most commonly in the top three.

Flat Racing

A race without any jumps/fences.


A distance of 220 yards (one eighth of a mile).


A female horse under the age of four-years-old.

Group/Graded Race

These are generally the more important races and are graded from Group/Grade 1, being the most important, to Group/Grade 3. Graded races include jumps, while Group races are flat.


TThe distances between each horse at the finish line.


Female horse five-years-old and above.

National Hunt

National Hunt races are races that include fences and jumps. It’s often referred to simply as Jump racing.


The father of a horse.

Tote Betting

Introduced in 1929, the Tote offers betting at a racecourse.

Triple Crown

A rare achievement of three major wins. For colts these are the 2,000 Guineas, the Derby, and St Leger. For fillies this involves the 1,000 Guineas, the Oaks, and St Leger.