July Cup Tips 2019 & Betting Preview
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July Cup Trends
13/15 – Previous winner over six furlongs
12/15 – Ran at Royal Ascot on their prior start
12/15 – Had won a Group 1 or Group 2 previously
11/15 – Aged four of younger
11/15 – Trained in Britain
10/15 – Returned at single-figure prices
9/15 – Unplaced favourites
6/15 – Won their prior engagement
5/15 – Returned at double-digit prices
July Cup Top Jockey
Of the active jockeys, Adam Kirby and John Egan both have two wins in the race.
July Cup Top Trainer
Of the active trainers, Aidan O’Brien has three wins in the race.
July Cup Tips 2019
One of two Group 1 contests held on the July course at Newmarket, the July Cup is a six-furlong sprint that has thrown up many an exciting winner and finish down the years. Won last year by Aidan O’Brien’s U S Navy Flag, he’ll be hoping he can go back to back in the contest, though the British charge in 2019 looks extremely strong. As always with all the premier races in Britain, you can find all our thoughts on the race on site now, including a free selection of who we think will take the contest and runner by runner analysis!
When do the July Cup tips go up?
From around 7pm on the evening before the race, you’ll be able to find all our July Cup analysis, including a tip for who we think will be crossing the line first.
July Cup Betting
The July Cup is one of the big sprints of the year and tends to throw up quite a big field to boot, so bookies will try and get competitive with enhanced terms. From extra places (depending on the field size), to price boosts, there is plenty you can take advantage of, so it pays to shop around for the best deals!
July Cup Previous Winners
2018 – U S Navy Flag (8/1)
2017 – Harry Angel (9/2)
2016 – Limato (9/2f)
2015 – Muhaarar (2/1jf)
2014 – Slade Power (7/4f)
2013 – Lethal Force (9/2)
2012 – Mayson (20/1)
2011 – Dream Ahead (7/1)
2010 – Starspangledbanner (2/1f)
2009 – Fleeting Spirit (12/1)
2008 – Marchand d’Or (5/2f)
2007 – Sakhee’s Secret (9/2)
2006 – Les Arcs (10/1)
2005 – Pastoral Pursuits (22/1)
2004 – Frizzante (14/1)
July Cup Runners & Entries
After his dominant victory in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot, Advertise is the antepost favourite and that is very unsurprising. Dream Of Dreams comes in second into the market, beaten a head by Blue Point in the Diamond Jubilee and that form gives him a huge shout.
Cape Byron has been a rapid improver this year in handicaps and connections have been bullish about how far he could go, with Ten Sovereigns aiming to brush off two disappointing 2019 runs and given Aidan O’Brien back to back successes in the contest.
July Cup Free Bets
With the July Cup being one of the biggest races of the calendar year, bookmakers will have plenty of free bets and offers specific to the race and the July Meeting as a whole. From money back if your first bet is a loser, to free bets relating to your first deposit amount, our free bets page has all the details so you can take advantage!