We’ve got all the very latest horse racing picks for you right here as the very best go head-to-head for some major purses. Read here our 2020 Ascot Champions Day betting preview!
When is QIPCO Champions Day?QIPCO Champions Day sees five races across October 17, 2020 with things getting underway at 1.20pm.
It takes place at Ascot Racecourse with all meetings show on ITV Racing.
- Saturday, October 17, 2020: QIPCO Champions Day
Champions Day Favourites?Across the five races there are some big name horses among the favourites.
The Champion Stakes is the main race of the day, with Magical, the Aidan O’Brien trained horse priced as favourite with Paddy Power at 13/8.
Mishriff is second favourite at 3/1 with Lord North at 6/1.
Elsewhere, BetVictor are pricing Palace Pier as a dead cert at 4/7 in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, while Dream of Dreams is favourite in the Champions Sprint Stakes at 6/4.
The Long Distance Cup also sees a big favourite. John Gosden’s Stradivarius is priced at 8/11 with Betfair ahead of Search For A Song at 9/2.
The Champions Fillies and Mares Stakes is a closer contest with the bookies as Wonderful Tonight at 3/1 and Dame Malliot at 9/2 go head-to-head.
QIPCO Champions Day Race ScheduleThe Day all gets underway at 1.20pm, with five races running until the final meet at 3.40pm.
The full race schedule, all of which will be live on ITV is:
- 1.20pm: QIPCO British Champions Long Distance Cup
- 1.55pm: QIPCO British Champions Sprint Stakes
- 2.30pm: QIPCO British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes
- 3.05pm: Queen Elizabeth II Stakes
- 3.40pm: QIPCO Champions Stakes
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Our Champions Day PredictionsIn the main event of the day there’s been plenty of money going on Magical and Mishriff. The latter led the odds initially but has drifted to 3/1. An each way bet looks a good punt on the Gosden horse and one we’ll certainly be backing.
Dream of Dreams is looking good in the Champions Sprint Stakes and combined with Palace Pier and Stradivarius looks a good treble with Paddy Power at 6.2/1.
If you’re looking for an outsider with an each-way chance, there’s been lots of talk about Pyledriver in the Champion Stakes with William Muir tipping him to be a Group 1 winner of the future.
You can back Pyledriver at 10/1 and we fancy the three-year-old to sneak into the places.