Planning to bet on Australian Harness Racing? We have you covered with the best betting information and bookmaker tips for Australian Harness Racing including the best bookmaker offers and bonus bets available.
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Betting on Australian Harness Racing
Harness Races are run on almost every day of the year in Australia and are popular among among Australian punters. If you’re new to harness racing then we recommend you do some research about the different types of harness racing, for example pacing races are much more common than trotting races in Australia, and what the key factors are for each type of racing.
Harness racing markets are much like thoroughbred racing markets, the most popular markets are win bets, place bets, quinellas, exactas, trifectas, first fours and quaddies.
Harness racing isn’t as popular as thoroughbred racing in Australia so the pool sizes are smaller and subject to bigger fluctuations as money is put into the market.
Australian Harness Racing Guide
Harness racing can be complex, but also very simple. A beginner to the sport can be just as successful as someone who has been following the trots for years. You’ll certainly learn more every day, week and year you follow harness racing.
One bit of advice we can give beginners is to watch the market as the post time gets nearer. With pool sizes being smaller it’s often a great guide to see which horses are being backed and the markets will often fluctuate heavily near post time.
How do I bet on the Harness Racing?
Looking to bet on the Harness Racing? Betting online is surprisingly easy. There are a range of bookmakers you can bet with including Sportsbet, Neds and Ladbrokes. Once you've selected an online bookmaker you'll be able to create an account and make a deposit in minutes! Once your account is set up you'll be able to browse all the Harness Racing markets and place your bet.