Betting Tips for Horse Racing

Horse racing remains one of the most popular sports for betting. We aim to provide comprehensive coverage of all UK horse racing betting plus the top International races.

The UK provides some of the finest horse racing anywhere in the world. Flat racing features the Epsom Derby, Royal Ascot and includes festival meetings at Newmarket, York and Goodwood. National Hunt racing revolves around the Cheltenham Festival and the Aintree Grand National meeting. We will provide free horse racing tips for every meeting up and down the country throughout the year.

Types of Horse Racing Bets

NAP of the Day

The NAP of the day highlights the horse regarded as the best bet of the day. Published tipsters often have a NAP (main bet) and a “nb” (next best) so that punters can filter their selections for the best value bets.

Accumulator Tips

Bookmakers frequently offer enhanced odds and bonuses for accumulator bets. The accumulator provides the punter with the chance of a big win for a relatively small outlay. Omegatipsters extensive daily coverage will help you to sort through the race meetings for the best horse racing accumulator tips.

Lucky 15 Tips

The popular Lucky 15 bet combines four selections in singles, doubles, trebles and a four-horse accumulator. Most bookmakers offer incentives such as double the odds if only one of your selections is successful. This means you can recoup your stake with one or two winners and still have the chance of striking it rich if all selections win.

Double Tips

Omegatipsters will also be an invaluable guide for helping to pick your daily double. This is often a popular way of combining a couple of short-priced favourites for a nice profit.

Early Value Tip

With early prices available on every UK horse race, Omegatipsters will be trying to pinpoint the best value bets. Everyone likes to get good value and our experts will help to highlight the horses most likely to attract the early money.

How to bet on horses with OmegaTipsters

Whether you are joining our community as an experienced horse racing fan or a relative novice, Omegatipsters will be a valuable tool in your battle against the bookmaker. We aim to broaden your knowledge of the sport while sharing your views and horse racing tips with others.

All horse racing tips should be based on some knowledge of the event. Our community includes a wide range of experts and each will build up their own ranking. You can use this expanding pool of talent to access free horse racing tips and bet with confidence.

Once you have a tipster to follow, or perhaps arrived at your own selection, do take the time to search for the best odds before placing your bet. We strongly recommend having access to more than one bookmaker and checking one of the odds comparison sites. Odds can vary significantly and most bookmakers now offer a “best price guarantee”, paying out at their advertised odds or at SP (whichever is better).

Is OmegaTipsters the best horse racing tips website?

Omegatipsters aim to provide the best free horse racing tips service on the internet. There are plenty of excellent resources available on the internet but not every punter has the time to spend delving through the form book.

We strive to do the research for you in order to provide a one-stop shop for today’s horse racing tips. As our horse racing community grows, you will be able to share your knowledge of racing with others and pool your resources for those winning tips!

How to pick your winning horse

In order to arrive at your horse racing tips, there are all sorts of factors to be assessed. Omegatipsters aims to do this for you and cover as many angles as possible. Here is a brief guide of the most important factors involved in finding the winning horse.


A racehorse is given an official rating, based on their previous performances. This is the most accurate assessment of its proven ability. There are numerous other factors to be considered. The key is to determine when the horse has its ideal conditions to reproduce its optimum rating.

Type of Race

There are many different types of horse race. Flat racing has maiden races, handicaps and level weights races over a range of distances. The top horses compete in conditions, listed and Group races. The five Classic races are restricted to three-year-olds; 1000 Guineas, 2000 Guineas, Derby, Oaks and St Leger.

National Hunt races has national hunt flat races (bumpers), novice and handicap hurdles and chases. There are also graded races for the top horses competing at level weights. The Grand National is the biggest betting race of the year while the Cheltenham Gold Cup is the Blue Riband event for steeplechasers.


Each horse’s official handicap rating is based on the horses which finished closest to it in previous races. Form is always open to interpretation. A horse can win by a small margin but be judged to be value for a wide margin success. Some sporting sites now offer free video replays or you can read the race descriptions for more detailed analysis.


The going is a key factor for your horse racing tips. Some horses are at their best in soft ground while others need fast ground to produce their best form. You must keep an eye on the weather when assessing your horse racing tips for tomorrow. The going can change dramatically overnight and this can have a big impact on the betting and the outcome of the race.


Horses are bred to perform at their best at certain distances but this is not an exact science. The best evidence is on the racetrack. You should keep a note of horses who are recorded as having “finished strongly”. They often improve when they race over longer distances. Other horses fade rapidly in the closing stages. This can be down to lack of fitness but can also indicate a lack of stamina.


Weight is the most important single factor when betting on handicap races. The handicapper believes he has weighted the horses to have an equal chance of winning. To bet on a handicap, you must believe that your horse is better than its official rating and has conditions in its favour.


The draw can be a factor, particularly in races up to a mile. There is a bias on certain courses. Chester is a good example, a tight track which favours low drawn horses. The bias can also vary with the ground on some courses.

Special Tipsters Competitions on OmegaTipsters

OmegaTipsters will be introducing special horse racing tipping competitions with great prizes on offer. There will be monthly and yearly champions with competition results updated alongside each tipster’s profile and published on site. Omegatipsters is free to join which guarantees you free entry to our popular tipster competitions.

Some Last Minute Horse Racing Tips

Remember to visit Omegatipsters regularly for the today’s horse racing tips. The site is constantly updating throughout the day as our growing community of tipsters assess the form. Look out for tipsters in form and take note of those showing a profit and high popularity.

You can also keep ahead of the game with big race previews and horse racing tips for tomorrow. We will also cover the big ante-post betting races with all the top UK and International races featured here on