Over the jumps, the Grade 1 Betfair Chase which takes place in November is the highlight. There is also a mixed meeting in May, featuring the valuable Swinton Handicap Hurdle and some classy Flat contests. More details on the big races under both codes can be found below.
Our experts will give their Haydock racing tips after thorough research and taking into account a number of factors such as course form, ratings, and the forecast going. Details of how they come up with a final shortlist of three are also featured on this Haydock horse racing tips page.
What’s more, our Haydock racing tips for today are free of charge! So read on to discover everything you need to know about our Haydock racing tips and how they can hopefully make your punting more profitable.
What you can expect from Haydock racing tips today
It’s now time to take a close look at how our Haydock races tips for today are produced. At Horsebetting.com we have reputable experts who put their years of experience to use in putting our Haydock racing tips together.
They analyse the form, ratings, going conditions, whether trainers and jockeys are in-form, and if a horse has proven winning form at the venue. No stone is left returned in producing our Haydock horse racing tips!
In our Haydock racing tips for today you get a shortlist of three to choose from.The NAP is our best bet and most likely winner of the race. The NB, which stands for next best, and is second choice and rates the main danger. We also put a value option in our Haydock racing tips in the shape of an each-way bet. It means that, whatever your punting style, there is something which will suit you in our Haydock racing tips for today.
Along with providing Haydock racing tips throughout the year, we will also direct you the best prices available at the time of writing. However, it’s important to note when checking out our Haydock racing tips for today that these are subject to fluctuation and constant change. In a bid to get you the best value, our Haydock horse racing tips will be published as soon as the final fields have confirmed and all the major bookmakers have priced up.
Our Haydock races tips for today cover every angle when it comes to placing your bets – so why not give our Haydock horse racing tips a try!
Haydock Racing Tips over Jumps
We will be giving Haydock races tips for today for all the big jumps races that take place, including the Grade 1 Betfair Chase in November which is the first leg of the Stayers’ Chase Triple Crown with horses going on to the King George VI Chase at Kempton and the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
There is also an excellent card in mid-January which our Haydock horse racing tips cover, featuring the historic 3m 1f Grade 2 Peter Marsh Chase as well as the Champion Hurdle Trial won four times on the bounce between 2015 and 2018 by Nigel Twiston-Davies trained horse The New One.
Another Cheltenham Festival trial that takes place is the Rossington Main Novices’ Hurdle where Supreme Novices’ Hurdle hopefuls put their credentials to the test.
Haydock racing tips for today in February include the Grade 3 Grand National Trial over 3m 4f. Red Rum and Party Politics both triumphed before going on to glory at Aintree, so it’s an important race to check out in our Haydock racing tips coverage.
The supporting Grand National Trial card includes two Grade 2 contests – the 2m 7f Rendlesham Hurdle, which was won by French raider Baracouda in 2002 en route to Stayers’ Hurdle success at the Cheltenham, Festival, and the 3m Prestige Novices’ Hurdle which is considered a trial for the Albert Bartlett. Both feature in our Haydock racing tips for today.
On a mixed card in May, the ultra-competitive Grade 3 Swinton Handicap Hurdle comes under the spotlight in our Haydock racing tips.
Flat Haydock Races Tips for Today
Haydock racing tips for today on the flat come thick and fast during the summer months. First up in June is a card headlined by the Group 2 Sandy Lane Stakes run over 6f. Supporting contests for which Haydock horse racing tips are given include the 1m 4f Group 3 Pinnacle Stakes, a trial for the Lancashire Oaks, and the Group 3 John Of Gaunt Stakes over 7f.
The aforementioned Lancashire Oaks is a Group 2 race for fillies and mares aged three and up over almost 1m 4f. It takes place in early July and trainer John Gosden has won the race a record eight times. You can find nuggets of information like this in our Haydock racing tips for today.
There’s also the fiercely competitive Old Newton Cup over 1m 4f where there is often some cracking each-way value to be found. Our Haydock racing tips will endeavour to find it!
In August, the feature is the Group 3 Rose Of Lancaster Stakes over an extended 1m 2f which is open to three-year-olds and upwards. It will come under the spotlight in our Haydock horse racing tips, along with the Listed 1m Dick Hern Stakes for fillies and mares.
The Group 1 Sprint Cup run over 6f takes centre stage in September. It is often run on heavy ground, so underfoot will be one of the factors taken into account by our experts when producing the Haydock racing tips for today.
All these are important because of their value and prestige, so it’s vital that they feature in our Haydock horse racing tips we give.