Royal Ascot 2019: Odds for Top Jockey and Top Trainer

Royal Ascot 2019: Odds for Top Jockey and Top Trainer

Odds for Top Jockey and Top Trainer at Royal Ascot 2019

Fans of horse racing across the UK and Ireland will be readily prepared for Royal Ascot 2019, helped by bookmakers generally offering odds on each race far before the festival gets underway. It’s possible to bet on a vast selection of different outcomes which could occur over a typical horse race, but there’s more available to bet on than merely whether a chosen horse will win or place in each race, as Sky Bet now offer odds on the top jockey and top trainer.

It appears that only Sky Bet wanted to offer odds on the winning jockey and trainer from Royal Ascot. Despite being the seldom bookmaker with an interest in providing odds for these two outright betting markets, each price has been telling over how they rate each trainer and each jockey, with it being clear over who they see as favourite to result with the most wins, as well as who they expect will finish wide of the mark.

Royal Ascot 2019 Top Jockey

Securing the award for most successful winning jockey in eight of the past nine years at Royal Ascot, it makes perfect sense for Ryan Moore to be priced as favourite again this year, where he entertains a 8/13 price. It came down to the final day last year, winning two races on the Saturday to overtake Frankie Dettori, who failed to win a single race on the final day of Royal Ascot 2018, leaving Moore with an opportunity to capitalise.

Coming away with five winners from the last Royal Ascot festival saw him take his tally for wins at Royal Ascot to fifty-three, and he’s expected to be just as strong this time around. Improving upon an already mouth watering narrative, Frank Dettori is set to ride again, and he’s priced as second favourite at 11/4, allowing a chance for revenge after last year’s drama.

Odds for Top Jockey at Royal Ascot 2019 on Sky Bet

Ryan Moore – 8/13

Frankie Dettori – 11/4

James Doyle – 4/1

Donnacha O’Brien – 20/1

Jim Crowley – 20/1

Silvestre De Sousa – 25/1

Oisin Murphy – 33/1

Andrea Atzeni – 66/1

Jamie Spencer – 66/1

Ryan Moore Royal Ascot 2019

Ryan Moore has been entered into thirteen different races, currently working as the jockey to Aidan O’Brien.

Royal Ascot 2019 Top Trainer

Now running for a tenth top trainer prize at Royal Ascot after securing nine wins in past years, Aidan O’Brien steps into this year’s edition of the festival as favourite. Odds only move as large as 8/15 for him to be named as leading trainer over Royal Ascot 2019, and it’s even less of a shock than Ryan Moore being perceived as top trainer when considering the proven record for success at Ascot held by O’Brien.

Ever since Sir Michael Stoute scooped the prize for leading trainer with four wins in 2014, the accolade has been in the grasp of Aidan O’Brien, who’s won the award for most wins in all of the following five editions. Michael Stoute goes into this year’s Royal Ascot as fourth favourite at 10/1, putting him behind Charlie Appleby at 6/1 and John Gosden at 9/2, but it’s expected that Aidan O’Brien will continue his domination at Ascot Racecourse.

Odds for Top Trainer at Royal Ascot 2019 on Sky Bet

Aidan O’Brien – 8/15

John Gosden – 9/2

Charlie Appleby – 6/1

Sir Michael Stoute – 10/1

Mark Johnston – 25/1

Charlie Hills – 33/1

Roger Varian – 40/1

William Haggas – 40/1

Andrew Balding – 66/1

Richard Bannon – 66/1

Weskey Ward – 66/1

Aidan O'Brien Royal Ascot 2019

With forty-five entries into Royal Ascot 2019, it’s assumed that Aidan O’Brien will come away with some winners.

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