Goodwood Betting Odds & Offers
While there may be plenty happening off the track in terms of the fashion and champagne, the most important aspect of this meeting is the Goodwood betting.
With millions of pounds expected to be wagered on and off course, it can pay to take advantage of the huge number of bookmaker offers and free bets that get handed out by bookmakers keen to get a slice of the betting pie.
As a punter we can expect to get offered huge price boosts around leading horses such as Stradivarius and Palace Pier as some of the industry’s leading bookmakers try to persuade you to open an account with them.
We’ll also be providing you with the best of the bookmaker welcome offers, which mean you can get plenty of Goodwood free bets to try to make your Glorious Goodwood a profitable one without having to break the bank.
So whether you are looking to throw around a few multiple bets or go heavy with some singles, it pays to find the best Goodwood odds and we’ll be helping you do just that through Glorious Goodwood.
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Free Bets For Goodwood Horse Races
There are a number of different ways in which you can take advantage of all the Goodwood betting and the best way is to keep track of all the Goodwood free bets and the best place to do that is right here.
Here’s a brief rundown of the types of free bets you can expect to find for the five days of fantastic action on the Sussex Downs at Glorious Goodwood.
These types of bookmaker enhancements are hugely popular as they give you a free bet in every race if you place an initial bet on the opening race on the card.
So with eight races scheduled to take place on the opening day of Glorious Goodwood, you could find yourself with a free bet in seven races by grabbing the best of the Goodwood free bets.
Typically, it’s Paddy Power, Betfair and 888sport that provide these fantastic betting opportunities and as soon as we get them, we’ll be updating our pages so that you can make the most of any Goodwood betting offers
Do you fancy Stradivarius to win the Goodwood Cup or Palace Pier to win the Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood?
Well, you will not be the only one and for that reason their Goodwood odds will not be huge as they are likely to go off short prices for their respective races.
But the way that you can make more money than you bargained for is by taking advantage of some likely price boost offered by some of Britain’s leading bookmakers.
There can be some huge enhancements offered and most of the time you can get double-figure odds about a horse that may be trading at odds-on. A favoured tactic of 888sport, William Hill and Betway among others, this is a way of making some big money from some of the sport’s leading superstars.
Goodwood Betting Tips
We’ll be looking to make the most of the best Goodwood odds throughout Glorious Goodwood but you can also help yourself by taking note of the regular winners at the meeting.
Trainer Mark Johnston has been the leading trainer at Glorious Goodwood a record 13 times and he is sure to feature on the Goodwood roll of honour a couple of times this season.
He’s likely to face plenty of competition from the likes of John Gosden and Richard Hannon as he attempts to win yet another champion trainer title at Glorious Goodwood.
Stradivarius will be the subject of many Glorious Goodwood free bets as he attempts to bounce back from a disappointing run in the Ascot Gold Cup last time. He found plenty of trouble on that occasion under Frankie Dettori and the duo will be hoping for more luck and a trouble-free passage as he attempts to win a fourth Goodwood Cup.
Jockey PJ McDonald surprised many when finishing last season’s Glorious Goodwood as the leading jockey but it’s unlikely that he’ll be topping the standings again this year.
Taking a look at the Goodwood betting and Oisin Murphy, Tom Marquand and William Buick look sure come to the fore.
Where To Bet
There are hundreds of bookmakers willing to take your bets and you can place a bet in person on the high street in any betting shop, on your phone or travel to the course and get the entire Goodwood betting experience.
In Britain, everybody will be used to seeing the names of Ladbrokes, William Hill, Coral, Paddy Power and Betfred and their presence on the high street mean the technologically useless and the shrewd spreaders of money can take advantage and bet somewhat anonymously.
But there are plenty of bookmakers who are not on our high street but will still be offering plenty of Goodwood odds to get stuck into.
These include 888sport, Betway, Betbull (offers a unique community experience) and Virginbet and we’ll be making sure that we bring you all the best Goodwood free bets from these operators.
How To Bet
You can bet in the following ways:
Head to your nearest high street and walk straight into one of the bookmakers and you’ll find a welcoming atmosphere and all the Goodwood betting that you could care to ask for. With friendly staff on hard, they will be happy to guide you through all the aspects on how to place a bet.
Fire up your laptop or PC and head to any of the bookmaker’s websites. But the best way is to click on any of the bookmakers that you see on this website, open up an account and take advantage of any of the free bet offers that you can find
Head to the online store on your phone and download the app of choice for your particular bookmaker. It’s never been easier to open up a bookmaker account and place a bet so don’t delay, open an account now and get ready for all those Goodwood free bets.
Types Of Bet
A straight win bet placed on a single horse
A bet on two horses in different events. Both selections must win to guarantee a return.
Same as a double but on three horses in different races. All three selections must win to guarantee a return.
Four or more selections in one bet. All of the selections must win to guarantee a return.
A bet comprising three selections and four bets – three doubles and a treble. A minimum of two selections must win to guarantee a return. For example, a £2.50 Trixie would cost £10. A £2.50 each-way Trixie would cost £20.
A bet involving three selections and seven bets – three singles, three doubles and one treble. It is the equivalent of a Trixie but with the addition of three singles. For example, a £2.50 Patent would cost £17.50.
A bet consisting of four selections and 11 bets – six doubles, four trebles and a fourfold. A minimum of two selections must win to guarantee you a return. For example, a £2 Yankee would cost £22.
A popular betting type among punters, it consists of four selections and 15 bets (hence the name) – four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a fourfold. Equivalent to a Yankee but with four singles, and only one selection must win to guarantee you a return. For example, a £2 Lucky 15 would cost £30.
A straight forecast is correctly predicting the finishing order of the horses in first and second in a race.
“An each-way bet is a two-part bet, with half the stake going on the selection to win and the other half on the selection to place. It costs double that of a traditional win bet and will yield some sort of return if the selection wins or is placed.
For example, you place £5 each-way (£10 in total) on a horse priced at 8-1 with a bookmaker offering 1/4 odds for three places. If the horse places you will receive £15, but if the horse wins you will collect £60 (£45 for the win and £15 for the place), both returns including the original stake.”
A reverse forecast is correctly selecting the first two horses but in no particular order.