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Ladbrokes offering 1/4 place odds on every race on Dante day

| 12.05.2011

Yesterday Delegator ran the roost at York racecourse but today all eyes will be on Midday and the three Derby hopefuls running in the Dante Stakes.

Just like yesterday, Ladbrokes are offering punters 1/4 odds on all place terms for every race at York today, and if yesterday’s results are anything to go by, punters are in for a treat once again.

Yesterday’s first race saw Right Step finish second at 20/1 or 5/1 for a place, the 2.30 saw Whey Sauce sneak into third at 25/1 or just over 6/1 for a place and the 3.00 saw Tiddliwinks finish third at 40/1, or 10/1 for a place.

Channel Four is screening the first four races of the day at York starting at 1.30pm, but all eyes will be on the racecourse at 2.00pm for the Middleton Stakes and at 2.30pm for the Dante Stakes.

New customers who open an account will receive a free horse racing bet worth up to £30 when depositing between £5 and £30 today! Sign up here.

While Midday will be expected to land the 2.00pm Middleton Stakes at 10/11, the Dante Stakes at 2.30pm is shaping up to be the race of the Flat season so far.

Carlton House, Seville and World Domination are all leading contenders to land the biggest prize of the British season when the Derby rolls into town on June 4th, and today’s Derby trial will go a long way to shaping the Derby betting.

Carlton House is the current favourite at 15/8 to win today’s Dante Stakes with Seville available at 2/1 and World Domination at 5/2.

All the current support is for Carlton House but with the Dante betting so tight, favouritism is likely to change hands throughout the day – see our Dante Stakes preview to help make up your mind.

A £10 stake on Seville winning the Dante would return £30. New customers can sign up here to take advantage of a free bet worth up to £30.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.