Racing League is a brand new horse racing competition for 2021 that sees 12 teams battle it out over six weeks aiming to be crowned the inaugural Racing League champions.
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How It Will Work
Twelve teams will be competing for a total prize pool of £2 million and each team will consist of 30 horses, between two and four trainers, three jockeys, and stable staff.
There will be six consecutive Thursday evening meetings – all live on Sky Sports Racing.
Every meeting will have six races, meaning there will be 36 races in total.
All the races are handicap races over distances between 5 and 12 furlongs and the horses running will be three years old and older, with a handicap rating between 0-90.
There will only be one runner per race allowed per team.
There are 100 points up for grabs in each race and points will be awarded for finishing positions 1st to 10th place:
- 25 points awarded to the winner
- 18 points for 2nd place
- 15 points for 3rd place
- 12 points for 4th place
- 10 points for 5th place
- 8 points for 6th place
- 6 points for 7th place
- 3 points for 8th place
- 2 points for 9th place
- 1 point for 10th place
The team that has the highest number of points after all six meetings will be crowned the Racing League champions.
Racing League Betting Specials
Trainers – Andrew Balding, Richard Hannon
Jockeys – Hayley Turner, Oisin Murphy, Sean Levey
Team Bullion Vault
Trainers – George Baker, David Menuisier, Gary Moore, Amanda Perrett
Jockeys – Jim Crowley, Hector Crouch, Pat Cosgrave
Trainers – Tim Easterby, Richard Fahey
Jockeys – Paddy Mathers, David Allan, Paul Hanagan
Trainers – Tom Clover, Charlie Fellowes, Hugo Palmer, George Scott
Jockeys – Laura Pearson, James Doyle, Callum Shepherd
Trainers – Roger Charlton, Alan King, Martyn Meade, Brian Meehan
Jockeys – Jason Watson, Martin Dwyer, Thor Hammer Hansen
Trainers – Donnacha O’Brien, Joseph O’Brien
Jockeys – Gavin Ryan, David Egan, Dylan Browne McMonagle
Trainers – Mick Appleby, Michael Dods, Paul Midgley, David O’Meara
Jockeys – Danny Tudhope, Cam Hardie, Paul Mulrennan
Trainers – Clive Cox, Ed Walker, Charlie Hills, Jamie Osborne
Jockeys – Adam Kirby, Saffie Osborne, Kieran Shoemark
Trainers – Michael Bell, Ed Dunlop, James Fanshawe, Roger Varian
Jockeys – Hollie Doyle, Jack Mitchell, Cieren Fallon
Trainers – Mick Channon, Paul & Oliver Cole, Eve Johnson Houghton, Hughie Morrison
Jockeys – George Bass, Rossa Ryan, Charles Bishop
Team Race Horse Lotto
Trainers – George Boughey, James Ferguson, William Knight, Stuart Williams
Jockeys – Nicola Currie, Marco Ghiani, Daniel Muscutt
Trainers – Robert Cowell, John Gosden, Sir Mark Prescott, David Simcock
Jockeys – Frankie Dettori, Luke Morris, Jamie Spencer
When & Where Are The Fixtures?
- Thursday 29 July – Newcastle
- Thursday 5 August – Doncaster
- Thursday 12 August – Lingfield
- Thursday 19 August – Windsor
- Thursday 26 August – Lingfield
- Thursday 2 September – Newcastle
The Racing League – What To Bet On
Win Betting – Horse racing betting in its simplest form – you’re placing a bet on a specific horse to win the race.
Each-Way Betting – Here, you’re placing two bets in one – a bet on your horse to win and a bet on it to get a place. The number of places paid out depends on the number of runners in a race.
Forecast & Tricast Betting – To scoop a Forecast you need to pick the first two horses home in a race – for a Tricast, it’s the first three.