Durban July Betting Tips & Odds
Durban July Final Field & Barrier Draw
The Durban July final field & barrier draw has been confirmed for July's feature race at Greyville.
Last year's winner Do It Again has drawn midfield in barrier 10, with current favourite Hawwaam drawing favourably in barrier three.
|9||Lady In Black|
|10||Do It Again|
|11||Made To Conquer|
|15||Roy Had Enough|
|17||Twist Of Fate|
|18||Eyes Wide Open|
Durban July Betting Odds
Bettors can find all the odds for the Durban July below. Bookmakers are offering up an even market with four runners currently quoted at single-figure odds.
|Do It Again||5.50|
|Eyes Wide Open||15.00|
|Made To Conquer||17.00|
|Twist of Fate||16.00|
|Lady In Black||51.00|
Betting Tips Durban July
Do It Again
The four-year-old was the victor in the 2018 Durban July and although repeat winners are hard to come by in South Africa’s biggest race, we’re confident he can show up again.
Justin Snaith lines up the son of Twice Over, which scored at odds of 9.00 in 2018 and will likely start shorter in the market this time around.
Punters were able to get good odds for the talented type, given that he had previously run as the 2.35 favourite when running fourth in the Grade 1 Daily News 2000 behind Surcharge.
He should be better prepared for the 2019 edition and he could run away with another Durban July win.
2020 Durban July Best Each Way – Twist of Fate
We weren't overly happy when Twist of Fate secured barrier 17 earlier in the week, but he still has the class to overcome that.
The four-year-old was a quality winner two back at Greyville and his most recent run was a second-place finish behind 2.37 favourite Hawwaam.
There's every chance he can turn the tables and given the price difference with Durban July bookmakers, we'll take the value on offer.
Ante Post Betting on Durban July
Punters can find all ante-post betting odds at the bookmakers listed below.
Ante-post betting on the Durban July is very popular as most runners nominated end up running.
The value of ante-post betting is that punters get better odds because of the risk of your horse not running. When the field becomes confirmed, bookmakers still stop offering ante post and offer final field odds instead.