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British Champions Day At Royal Ascot Tips: Top Group 1 Races To Enjoy

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The flat season is coming into an end in the UK and surely it will do so with a massive bang. Punters will be able to enjoy a number of top horse races during the British Champions Day. The amount of money on offer is enormous, and there are several Group 1 races to bet on. Those include the traditional Champion Stakes and also the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, so we are up for some great context with the best horses at Royal Ascot this Saturday.

Top Betting Offers To Take Advantage Of In the British Champions Day

3.20pm – Queen Elizabeth II Stakes Betting Tips (Ascot)

The first of the two top races of the British Champions Day is the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes. This race was firstly run in 1955 and has nearly always produced some fantastic winners. This year we have a competitive field and this is likely to be a close affair. 

The Revenant is currently leading the betting market and can be backed at 5/2. He has done well this season in France having recorded several wins. Last time out he won on very soft ground at Longchamp. That is particularly insightful, and it is the main reason why it has been made the one to beat given that rain is predicted at Ascot. 

If you are looking for bigger odds you might consider King Of Comedy that will represent the duo John Gosden and Frankie Dettori. Surely he will have to perform at his best to win but surely the quality is there and also the value as he is available at 11/1 with Betfred

4.00pm – Champion Stakes Betting Tips (Ascot)

The second top race of the day is the Champion Stakes which is run over a distance of ten furlongs. Several top horses will try to land glory here. 

Addeybb is at 9/2 and expectations are he will perform well on the soft ground. The William Haggas trained top horse might not be the best in terms of form at such a level, but surely he loves competing on this ground, and there are great expectations. 

If you are looking for a more classy horse, then you should consider Aidan O’Brien trained Magical. The Ballydoyle filly landed glory on this day last year and also had a very good race in the Arc last time out. The soft ground shouldn’t cause her too many problems, and at 15/8 with betfred it represents a great value in what should be a top renewal. 

Champion Odds

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