It is going to be this Saturday that the annual running of the Rose of Lancaster race at Haydock will be taking place, and that race is going to start at 15:05, so you do have plenty of time to get your bets placed on that race.
As far as which horses have the best chances of winning this race this year, it is not as clear cut as some pervious running’s of the race for there is no current red-hot favourite to win it.
In fact there are current flip flopping favourites and they are Zaaki at 11/4 and Elwazir at 10/3, be aware those odds are currently available at the Ladbrokes betting site on their ante post betting market, but as is always the case those odds are subject to change at any time.
The gap regarding the odds between the first two favourites and the third favourite is quite noticeable, for the third favourite in the ante post betting markets is Crossed Baton whose odds are 7/1.
Keep in mind that on Saturday Haydock racecourse does have a packed schedule of races planned, and as such there are going to be plenty of other ante post betting markets not only on offer at Ladbrokes but also on offer at each of our other featured betting sites on all of those additional races, and bets odds guarantees and odds boosters are also available at those betting site too, so keep that in mind!
Each –Way Possibilities
Ladbrokes are offering one fifth of the win odds on the first three placed finishers on all place parts of an each-way bet, and as such there are a few horses that do come into the reckoning if you fancy backing a horse each way.
Three horses that I do like the look of in this race as potential each-way possibilities are Communique at 9/1, Muntahaa at 10/1 along with Connect aft 12/1 but keep in mind those odds can and may just change at any moment so the quicker you secure their respective odds the better!
The odds on the remainder of the horses that are going to be taking part in the Rose of Lancaster race are quite high, and to give you some ideas of just where some value may lay, if you are convinced that an outsider will win then do read on.
You can back both Fajjaj at Teodoro 12/1, there could be some value backing Brorocco at 14/1, and with Gabrial, Morando and Global Giant who do all have a sprinkling of good form between them all I am sure plenty of punters will be prepared to take their respective odds too.
It is probably going to be very unlikely that horses such as Mia Tesoro at 25/1, What’s The Story at 33/1 or either Ripp Orf or Euro Nightmare both on offer at odds of 40/1 are going to worry any of those horses listed at the top of this betting m