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Greyhounds betting with William Hill
Greyhounds betting at William Hill
William Hill is the home of betting on greyhounds, bringing you all the meetings and odds on all the dogs from across the UK, Ireland, the rest of the world and the virtual greyhounds.
Read on for all the information you need to know about betting on greyhounds online at William Hill, from the biggest races, to greyhounds betting tips and where to find them.
Racing Post greyhounds betting tips
For all bar the most involved dog people, the Racing Post is the oracle when it comes to betting on greyhound odds and greyhounds betting tips.
As such it’s fitting that greyhounds betting at William Hill comes with a plethora of complimentary guidance offered by the Racing Post.
The Racing Post greyhounds predictor provides a visual representation of the sum total of several important statistics and form pointers in an easily-digestible fashion.
Scan through the performances of each of the runners over their past five races and make use of numerous performance pointers, such career strike rate at the track, strike rate from their trap, the dog’s record in this class, as well as recent and annual trap stats from the track.
If you’re still finding the winner tricky to sniff out, the RP prediction for the race is also available.
Betting on dogs at William Hill means you’ve got a wealth of greyhound betting information at your fingertips from the best source of greyhounds cards, greyhounds results and greyhounds form in the business – the Racing Post.
News.williamhill.com is another great place to find the latest greyhounds betting stories, predictions and betting tips.
William Hill Betting TV
Another facet of betting on greyhounds online with William Hill that makes it such a brilliant experience is William Hill Betting TV.
Betting TV, which can be viewed from the player on our greyhounds odds pages, provides live coverage of all the action throughout the day.
From bell, to bunny, to trap rise, round both bends, up the stretch and over the line – William Hill betting TV offers you total greyhound betting coverage.
Listen to and digest betting odds insight and updates on market moves and upcoming action as you go about making your selections.
How does betting on greyhounds work?
Whether you’re running the mince pies over the ante-post odds for the English Derby or the next race off at Perry Barr, betting on greyhounds has a brilliantly simply objective – back the winner.
However, greyhound betting odds don’t begin and end with putting money on the first past the post.
Each-way betting on greyhounds
Despite fields usually being made up of six dogs, each-way betting is still very much a viable approach in greyhound betting.
Backing a greyhound with, for example, £10 each-way, means your total stake is £20. Of that amount, £10 is bet on the dog to win and £10 is bet on the dog to place (finish in the first two) at a quarter of the win odds.
Betting on greyhounds in this manner is a good ploy for a brace of reasons.
It’s a good way to back a long-odds underdog and potentially make some money if it can sneak a place. Equally it’s a way of potentially limiting your losses if you’re fancied greyhound doesn’t win, but still makes the first two.
Greyhounds betting forecasts, reverse forecasts, tricasts and combination tricasts
Betting on greyhounds, with its stable field sizes, is brilliant for fans of forecasts, reverse forecasts, tricasts and combination tricasts.
These are greyhounds bets that require bettors to predict the first two or three dogs past the post in one way or another, with nice pay-outs for those who succeed.
Forecasts require the selection of the first two home in the correct order, while tricasts ask bettors to nail the 1-2-3 in the order they pass the line. Each requires just one bet.
Reverse forecasts and combination tricasts require more bets to be placed, but afford a greater likelihood of success as a result. This is because they pay out if you select the first two or first three home regardless of which order the greyhounds cross the line.
In greyhounds betting, a reverse forecast is two separate bets. For example a 50p reverse forecast costs £1, with 50p wagered on the two different finishing orders possible.
A combination tricast is six bets, covering each of the ways the three dogs selected can come home.
Betting on greyhounds tips
How to win betting on greyhounds? The eternal question has no simple answer, but read on for some observations about how to give yourself the best chance of winning at greyhound betting.
Study the form
As mentioned above, the Racing Post is an invaluable resource and the information they provide (available on williamhill.com) in terms of a greyhound’s past form provides countless clues.
Find out the speed of their recent runs over the trip relative to their opponents, whether they’re stepping up a level in race category terms, whether they encountered trouble in running last time out or whether they’re capable of pinging the lids and getting on the bunny early.
Know your trainers
Keeping an eye on the exploits of the game’s leading kennels is vital, particularly when it comes to ante-post betting on the biggest contests in greyhound racing.
Henlow-based handler Mark Wallis may be into the double digits when it comes to Greyhound Trainer of the Year wins, but that doesn’t mean he’s your go to guy in the Derby. Wallis has found most success over the longer trip of the St Leger, winning it five times.
For many years the derby was the playground of legendary trainer Charlie Lister, who won both the English and Scottish versions of the race seven times retired from the game in 2018.
However, Yorkshireman Lister retired from the game in 2018, handing over his kennels and licence to his head man Chris Akers. Watching how Akers goes about continuing Lister’s heroics in the years to come is going to be fascinating for those interested in greyhounds betting.
Continuing the tale of sorcerers and apprentices, Wallis’ former assistant Patrick Janssens is now flying high in the training ranks, making his dogs well worth looking out for in the greyhounds betting, wherever they turn up.
Not bad for a man who briefly left the sport to become a painter and decorator back in 2012.
English Greyhound Derby betting and odds for all the biggest greyhound races
After two years at Towcester, the elite greyhound betting event of the year, the English Derby, moves to Nottingham in 2019.
Check out the latest English Greyhound Derby betting odds with William Hill, where you’ll also find ante-post greyhounds betting for all the sport’s principal finals across the UK and Ireland.
You’ll find odds on the Golden Jacket at Crayford, Shawfield’s Scottish Derby, the Grand National over hurdles at Central Park (Sittingborne), the William Hill Grand Prix and William Hill Classic at Sunderland, the St Leger at Perry Barr, the Laurels at Newcastle and the Oaks at Swindon.
Greyhound betting on all the top Irish contests of the same standard is also available online at William Hill, as are odds for all the your favourite category one competitions on either side of the Irish Sea.