Horse Racing BettingFriday is always one of the busiest days of the week in the horse racing calendar in the UK and in Ireland, and today the 21st of races for you to consider placing a wager on UK Android Betting Sites!

The racecourse that have just given the green light to their meetings today include, Warwick, Exeter, Thurles along with the All Weather race tracks to be found at Lingfield, Wolverhampton and Dundalk.

In our usual attempt to give you some ideas of which horse we think are going to have a chance of getting up in front of their competitors and actually hopefully winning their respective races, below we have highlighted a few horses that could be worth you taking a closer look at and shopping around of the best odds and then getting a bet placed onto them!

2:20 Exeter – This race is the Bathwick Tyres “National Hunt” Novices´ Hurdle which is a Class 4 event which is held over 2 miles and 3 furlongs, not a huge field of runners will take their place in the line up, in fact there are just nine of them, however looking at the form and make up of this first race at Exeter we do like the look of Pleasant Company who may be worth a bet!

1:30 Lingfield – The first race of the day at the All Weather Lingfield track is the Ladbrokes Mobile Median Auction Maiden Stakes which is a Class 6 event run over 1 mile. This is another 9runner event and as such you should be able to bet each way and get paid to three places if you do decide to place a wager on it, one horse we think is worth a win bet is Zamra, however do shop around to ensure you get the best valued odds, as they are likely to differ from betting site to betting site!

5:15 Thurles – You will have to wait for the last race of the day at the All Weather Thurles track if you want to place a wager on our tip of the day and this race is the Munster INH Flat Race which is a fairly long distance race over the flat which is run over a distance of 2 miles. The horse we think is going to win is Morny King!

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Posted on: 21st February 2014 by: Gary Beachley