Horse Racing Double Tips

Our double tips are the two most-tipped selections from among all of our daily horse racing tips.

Nap Time Racecourse Tipsters Odds
Powdering 14:10 Beverley 3
Ingot 19:42 Kempton 3
Indicated odds were updated on 2024-05-29 04:38:07 UTC. Please note that odds are subject to change.
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How are our double tips selected?

We publish a very large selection of daily betting tips from professional UK horse racing tipsters on our horse racing Nap’s page. Our daily double tip is made up of the two most-tipped selections that we have found for that day.

Do you offer each-way double horse racing tips?

Yes, the tips you find on this page can also be used to place each way bets. Bear in mind that the odds that we display are for single win bets and that you will need to visit a given bookmaker to see what each way odds they are offering.

What should I keep in mind when using double bet tips?

Keep in mind that there is no such thing as a guaranteed-to-win tip. Even professional tipsters frequently get it wrong. And in the case of betting on multiples, such as is the case with double bets, whilst the potential returns increase, the likelihood of both tips producing winners goes down. As such, never bet more than you can comfortably afford to lose and seek help if you struggle with problem gambling.

How to place a double bet

Placing a double bet at a bookmaker like William Hill or bet365 is simple. Simply add each one of the two selections you’re betting on to your betting slip on the bookmaker’s website and then look at your betting slip and you’ll find that it now displays the odds and terms for your double bet as well as an option to place the bet each way.

What is a double bet?

A double bet is a form of accumulator bet that involves betting on two different horse races. Here are the key details about double bets:

Two Selections: You need to make two selections, which would be two horses in different races.

Combined Odds: The odds of a double bet are calculated by multiplying the decimal odds of the two individual selections. For instance, if you bet on Horse A at odds of 2.0 and Horse B at odds of 3.0, the combined odds of your double bet would be 6.0 (2.0 x 3.0).

Single Stake: You place a single stake on the double bet, which is split evenly across the two selections.

Higher Potential Returns: Because you’re betting on the combined outcome of two events, double bets offer the potential for higher returns compared to single bets.

Both Must Win: To win a double bet, both of your selections must win. If either selection loses, the entire bet is lost.

Each Way Double Bets: You can also place each way double bets, which are essentially two each way bets combined. An each way double bet consists of a win double bet and a place double bet.

Increased Risk: Double bets carry a higher risk compared to single bets because you need both selections to win to get a return.

Example of a double bet


Let’s say you are placing a double bet on two horses, Horse A and Horse B, in different races. Here’s how it would work:


Horse A: Odds of 2.0 to win its race.
Horse B: Odds of 3.0 to win its race.


You place a stake of £10 on the double bet.

Potential Returns:

If both Horse A and Horse B win their respective races, you would win your bet.

The combined odds would be 6.0 (2.0 x 3.0).

Your potential return would be £60 (£10 stake x 6.0 combined odds).


If either Horse A or Horse B loses, you lose your entire stake.

If both win, you receive the returns calculated above.