At present, there are four all-weather tracks in UK such as Lingfield Park, Wolverhampton, Kempton Park, and Southwell. There's a further course planning to be developed in Essex. The prize money for these events are estimated to be around £5 million. Following are some of the key tips for making the best bet on these horse racing events. All-weather racing is one of the popular events to be held in UK.
Though, the opportunity offered at All-weather racing may not be the same as the Gold Cup on Ladies Day at Ascot. But there's good news for All-weather racing enthusiasts as the event is going from strength to strength. However, this year the list of tracks in UK will be further added with the opening at Great Leighs in Essex.
The moment the traditional flat racing turf season ends the All-weather racing championship starts. This event usually starts in the month of November and finishes in a grand finale at Lingfield Park in March. The amazing prize money of £5 million is the added attraction of the event. Therefore, jockeys’ and trainers’ championships from across the globe participate in this event. You'll also find horses of varying levels of ability in this event. The All-weather racing championship is considered to be one of the most competitive events to be staged in the UK.
Always keep in mind that all-weather racing events slightly differs from each other. So, if you are planning to place bet at a particular track, be careful. Except the tracks in Kempton, where courses are left-handed. Most racing tracks at Wolverhampton and Southwell are lozenge-shaped whereas the Lingfield's tracks are more triangular.
The basic fundamental rule that you need to know is the difference between the actual racing surface course from another. The type of sand being used in Wolverhampton and Lingfield is called Polytrack.
Therefore, when you are betting on these tracks keep in mind hat most races can be run at a good pace because of the consistent nature of the track. So, a horse in a good shape and over 12 furlongs to it's credit can do pretty well.
Equipped with these information you'll easily be able to earn more cash as compared to bookies’ satchels. Happy punting!