The fun aspect of planning your betting activates ahead of the Royal Ascot race meeting, is that you can often come across some weird and wonderful betting markets, such as the top jockey betting market I looked at a couple of days ago.
You will also however be given the chance of trying to predict just which one of the many different trainers that will be sending horses they train to the Royal Ascot race meeting that will win the most races with their horses, and if so do read on.
There is only one trainer that fans of horse racing have been betting on to be crowned the top trainer of the 2019 Royal Ascot race meeting, and that is of course Aidan O’Brien who has been backed right down to win odds of just 4/9.
As for whether it is possible for any other trainer to beat Aiden O’Brien to the post and be crowned the top trainer, well it would not be too much of a surprise if John Gosden did manage to do just that and as far as just what odds you can secure on him right now, those odds are around the 9/2 mark if you are quick.
Who Else is Being Backed?
If you simply want to follow the smart money then you will be best advised to back Aiden O’Brien for whist this win odds for the top trainer title may not be by any stretch of the imagination huge, his chances of winning that title are great.
There are a couple of other trainers that may have all the luck in the world those year at the Royal Ascot race meeting, and they are Charlie Appleby who is a rock solid bet at odds of 6/1 and at double those win odd you also have Sir Michael Stoute a 12/1 shot.
Little Chance of Any Other Trainer Winning
Looking at the quality of the horses that the trainer listed up above are sending to the Royal Ascot race meeting its true to say that it would be something of a shock if any other trainer did manage to send more winnings to that meeting than those listed above.
However you are of course free to back any trainer that you do fancy the chances of and rate and some others that you can back at some much higher and much more tempting odds includes the likes of William Haggas, Mark Johnston at 25/1 and both Roger Varian and Charlie Hills, but their odds do give you an insight into their chances being as they are both up for grabs at huge odds of 33/1.
A few other that one or two of you may rate the chances of include Richard Hannon whose odds are now around the 40/1 mark, and you will also fund that you can back trainers such as Wesley Ward at high odds of 50/1 and if you think it will be the turn of Andrew Balding to be the top trainer at Royal Ascot this year, he is very easy to back at odds of 66/1.