Epsom Course

Epsom Horse Racing Course

The Epsom Derby course is one of the most famous race courses in the world. It is also one of the most controversial race courses to stage such a big race due to the decent of Tattenham corner which has a very big hill for the horses to endure. The Derby Betting course resembles the shape of a horseshoe, the Derby course of a mile and a half is a tight left-handed track. It is very important to have a very well balanced horse for your free horse racing bets who can come down tattenham corner and then keep running straight up the to the line as their is a big camber which makes it difficult for the horses to keep running straight to the finishing line.

Epsom Oaks Course Guide

The Oaks is a much more difficult betting market than the Derby to work out especially as the trials tend to throw up new Oaks Betting favourites and Oaks tips by the pundits. However the one and a half mile distance is very much these days a speciality distance and as such picking a winner for the Oaks is less of a lottery.

Unlike the Derby where the winner may not even have had a preparation race before participation, the Oaks tends to be won by a filly that is in top form and that form is usually advertised in one of the trails prior to the race. And as such our Oaks tip is to look at the trials for the Winners of the Oaks.