This promises to be one of the most exciting and profitable weeks of the year, with all bookmakers betting very competitively in their early morning prices (with the competition for turnover especially fierce which can provide some terrific value for Beth subscribers).
Coral was originally founded by Joe Coral in 1926, and initially operated betting pitches at greyhound and horse racing venues until opening the first credit office in London’s West End in 1943. He branched out into multiple betting offices by the mid 1960s, establishing Coral’s presence on the high-street all over the UK.
The Epsom Derby meeting covers June 4th & 5th in 2021, with the Cazoo Derby & Cazoo Oaks being the premier races of the meeting. Here are my top 5 leading contenders for each race with my recommended bet exclusively for beth.bet subscribers.
The company was originally founded in 1946 by the family bookmaking dynasty the Chandler’s, BetVictor has become one of Europe’s leading online gaming firms. The company was founded by William Chandler who owned Walthamstow Stadium, which he opened in 1931, today they are headquartered in Gibraltar.
Established in 1934 and a familiar name to punters, William Hill once dominated the British high-street. Now a huge online player as well, they remain one of the most trusted and respected bookmakers in the market. The company remains a dominant brand in gambling (despite the emergence of a large number of dynamic online-only competitors) and are listed on the London stock market.
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The York Dante meeting is one of the highlights of the calendar at the historic Knavesmire track, with three brilliant days of top-class group, listed and competitive handicap racing. This year’s ground ‘going’ started good – good-to-soft in places, with some heavy rain easing things on the first day although the ground began to dry out by the start of Friday’s action.
The Chester May meeting provides some welcome high-class midweek racing over three days on the Roodee. In 2021 the meeting was forced to take place with just a few owners present and lacked the usual atmosphere, but we still saw high-quality racing nonetheless.
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