Recreation & Sports

No Falling Flat in the Flat Season

The British flat racing season is in full swing and there have already been some shocks to the bookies, none more so than the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket where Homecoming Queen cleaned out the bookmakers by romping home with a clear nine lengths and all that at 25/1. Lots of people were happy when they bet online on racing at and the upcoming flat races are sure to provide plenty of similar upsets.

Frankel to Stay Unbeaten

Every horse racing enthusiast is waiting to see if Frankel can remain unbeaten this year and not many people would bet otherwise. The odds are short with bookmakers betting 4/7 on for Frankel to be all conquering.

Dawn Approach Going for it at Ascot

After strong five furlongs to maintain a winning streak at the Alfred Rochestown Nobel Stakes, Dawn Approach will be racing at Ascot in the Coventry or the Chesham. The horse showed no sign of fatigue over the five furlong race and the stable is undecided whether to run Dawn Approach in the 6 or 7 furlong race respectively. The Irish colt is surely the horse to watch at the moment.

Power Comes On after Newmarket Defeat

Aiden O’Brien’s horse ridden by his son was the Irish 2,000 Guineas winner. Power had recovered from the loss at Newmarket where the horse seemed to be outclassed and finished last but for one other runner. Another of Aiden O’Brien’s horses Camelot; which was also ridden by his son Joseph, was winner there giving the 18 year old a taste of success in the British Classics.

Looking to September

There will be some heavy betting taking place on the now favourite Camelot to take the triple-crown at St. Leger. There were doubts about whether a loss would impact on possible stud fees if the worst happened, but with Camelot in such fine form Doncaster already looks to have been won.



The smart money is already on the O’Brien trained horse as it is destined to make history. Get your stakes on early and get a guaranteed best price when you bet online on racing at .