5 May 2014

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Kempton Park Betting Odds

Kempton Park has one of the most packed racing schedules in UK racing, mostly due to the fantastic facilities the racecourse has to offer, including an all-weather Polytrack and excellent floodlighting.

Thanks to these exceptional facilities, we can bet on high-quality, exciting races here all year round. 

There are dozens of racedays and National Hunt meetings that take place at Kempton Park Racecourse all year round, but here are just some of our favourite occasions to bet on as they present the most consistent and generous odds:

May Bank Holiday Raceday Odds

The May Bank Holiday Raceday is an exciting affair hosted by Kempton Park Racecourse that is popular with the shift working and 9-5 crowd that usually struggle to make it to live horse racing due to their work commitments.

As you can probably guess, The May Bank Holiday Raceday takes place on the first Monday of May every year, coinciding with the bank holiday Monday which allows the majority of workers in The UK a day off work.

Betting and odds for The May Bank Holiday Raceday will not be available until much closer to the day, but here are the results and the horse’s odds for each race in this incredible jump race meeting last time out at Kempton Park Racecourse in May 2019:

FEATURED RACES

DAY

TIME

RACE

1

13:45

The Class 4 Novices’ Hurdle - Vision Clear (GER) - 7/1

1

14:20

The Class 3 Beginners’ Chase - Burbank (IRE) - 8/15

1

14:55

The Class 4 ‘National Hunt’ Novices’ Hurdle - No Hidden Charges (IRE) - 5/2

1

15:30

The Class 3 Beginners’ Chase - Burbank (IRE) - 8/15

1

16:05

The Class 4 Handicap Hurdle - Neverbeen To Paris (IRE) - 6/4

1

16:40

The Class 2 Handicap Chase - Dolos (FR) - 11/10

1

17:15

The Class 4 Handicap Hurdle - Tomorrow Mystery (GB) - 5/6

September Stakes Day Odds

Packed with high-octane horse racing, The September Stakes is a flat race meeting that takes place at Kempton Park Racecourse every September and includes the likes of the September Stakes, Sirenia Stakes and The London Mile Series Final.

Odds for The September Stakes are always exceptionally generous as bookmakers and online betting sites look to entice new customers to bet on the high-quality, first-rate horse racing. Here is the race card, the winner and their odds for the last edition of this race last September:

DAY

TIME

RACE

1

13:30

The Class 4 Nursery - Zoffarelli (IRE) - 10/3

1

14:00

The Class 1 Sirenia Stakes - Mighty Gurkha (IRE) - 11/2

1

14:35

The Class 1 September Stakes - Enable (GB) - 1/14

1

15:10

The Class 4 Bonus Nursery - Dingle (IRE) - 13/8

1

15:45

The Class 2 Handicap - Bullfinch (GB) - 5/2

1

16:20

The Class 5 Div 1 Handicap - What An Angel (GB) - 6/1

1

16:55

The Class 2 Handicap - Bullfinch (GB) - 5/2

1

17:30

The Class 5 Handicap - The Lamplighter (FR) - 2/1

Jump Sunday Odds

Jump Sunday is the first jump racing meeting that takes place at Kempton Park Racecourse after the long Summer break. This year’s edition is scheduled to take place on Sunday the 17th of October 2021.

Jump Sunday features an exquisite seven-race card with a cracking combination of hurdle races and steeplechases including The Class 1 Hurdle Race at 15:32.

Odds for last October’s edition were consistent with many favourites winning their respective races followed by long outsiders in placement positions. Here are the results from each race last time out:

FEATURED RACES

DAY

TIME

RACE

1

13:15

The Class 3 Juvenile Hurdle - Overpriced Mixer (GB) - 7/4

1

13:45

The Class 4 Novices’ Handicap Chase - Fairway Freddy (IRE) - 9/2

1

14:22

The Class 1 Novices’ Hurdle - Mrs Hyde (IRE) - 15/2

1

14:57

The Class 3 Handicap Chase - Locker Room Talk (IRE) - 9/2

1

15:32

The Class 1 Hurdle - Silver Streak (IRE) - 9/2

1

14:57

The Class 3 Handicap Chase - Locker Room Talk (IRE) - 9/2

1

16:43

The Class 4 Novices’ Hurdle - Sunrise Ruby (IRE) - 1/2

The Christmas Festival Odds

The Christmas Festival at Kempton Park Racecourse is amongst the most highly anticipated meetings not only at Kempton Park but of the entire UK horse racing calendar.

The King George VI Chase, which takes place on Boxing Day, Day One of the festival is arguably the second most prestigious steeplechase in British horse racing behind The Cheltenham Gold Cup in March.

Other notable races include The Grade 1 Christmas Hurdle on Day One and The Grade 2 Desert Orchid Chase on Day Two, both featuring some of the greatest jump racing horses and jockeys in the business.

Ante-post betting is already available for The King George VI Chase this coming Christmas. Here are the horses that are expected to take part as well as their ante-post odds which are subject to constant change:

FEATURED RACES

DAY

RACE

1

Clan Des Obeaux - 7/1 - prev. 8/1 - trained by Paul Nicholls

2

Envoi Allen - 8/1 - prev. 7/1 - trained by Henry De Bromhead

3

Allaho - 9/1 - prev. 10/1 - trained by Willie Mullins

4

Shishkin - 10/1 - trained by Nicky Henderson

5

Frodon - 12/1 - trained by Paul Nicholls

6

Chantry House - 14/1 - prev. 10/1 - trained by Nicky Henderson

7

Fakie D’Oudairies - 16/1 - trained by Joseph Patrick O’Brien

8

Melon - 16/1 - trained by Willie Mullins

9

Cyrname - 20/1 - trained by Paul Nicholls

10

Protektorat - 20/1 - prev. 16/1 - trained by Dan Skelton

11

Royale Pagaille - 20/1 - prev. 16/1 - trained by Venetia Williams

12

Colreevy - 25/1 - trained by Willie Mullins

13

Imperial Aura - 25/1 - prev. 14/1 - trained by Kim Bailey

14

Energumene - 33/1 - trained by Willie Mullins

15

Master Tommytucker - 33/1 - prev. 20/1 - trained by Paul Nicholls

16

Shan Blue - 33/1 - prev. 25/1 - trained by Dan Skelton

17

The Big Breakaway - 33/1 - trained by Colin Tizzard

18

Waiting Patiently - 33/1 - prev. 25/1 - trained by Ruth Jefferson

19

Lostintranslation - 40/1 - trained by Colin Tizzard

20

Native River - 40/1 - prev. 33/1 - trained by Colin Tizzard

21

Secret Investor - 40/1 - trained by Paul Nicholls

22

Asterion Forlonge - 50/1 - prev. 25/1 - trained by Willie Mullins

23

Tamaroc Du Mathan - 50/1 - trained by Paul Nicholls