Ayr Gold Cup Betting Guide

Ayr Gold Cup

Ayr Gold Cup 2022 Betting Offers, Free Bets & Trends
Race Track:
Ayr Racecourse
Whitletts Road, Ayr, KA8 0JE
Best Betting Odds:
Official Site With Tickets & Results:
Ayr Racecourse

Ayr Gold Cup 2022 Betting Offers

If you looking to open a new account a range of offers will be available with William Hill usually providing £30 worth of free bets after your first £10 bet on the Ayr Gold Cup odds. Paddy Power, meanwhile, typically offers a risk-free £20 bet for new customers – money refunded if your first bet loses, while at Unibet horse racing portal, new customers usually get £20 in free bets after betting their first £5 at the Ayr Gold Cup – the same offers expected for 2022 meeting.

Ayr Gold Cup 2022 Best Odds & Free Bets:

  • Paddy Power: £20 in free bet
  • William Hill: up to £30 in bonus funds
  • Ladbrokes: 100% match deposit bonus
  • bet365 UK: 100 in bet promo credits

Ayr Gold Cup Key Betting Trends

The Ayr Gold Cup is one of the most valuable sprint handicaps of the season, the six-furlong cavalry charge attracting big fields with runners heading north of the border after tilts at races like the Stewards Cup and the Wokingham Handicap. It is typically a thrilling race, and in 2018 produced one the most exciting finishes in its 200-year-plus history, with Baron Bolt and Son of Rest dead-heating.

While favourites in the Ayr Gold Cup have enjoyed a renaissance in the race over recent years, eight of the last 11 winners have been sent off at double-figure odds. A total of seven of the last 12 Ayr Gold Cup winners have been aged three or four and six of those twelve went off from stall 17 or higher.

Ayr Gold Cup Tips

Big fields require help to navigate so websites like Sporting Life and Racing Post are essential, providing free tips on the Ayr Gold Cup and all the races on the Ayr card, with their experts sure to offer some helpful guidance.

TV Coverage

ITV will be showing the big races live from the Ayr meeting, with Racing TV providing comprehensive coverage of every race, and all the latest news from their team at the track.

Photo JACK DEXTER and Graham Lee win the BRONZE CUP for trainer Jim Goldie at Ayr Racecourse 22/9/12