Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and Michael Jung are the best betting tips possible for the Tokyo 2021 Equestrian Olympic Game events for our betting predictions pundits, as are Team Germany. Check the rest of them out below!
Betting Predictions For Equestrian Tokyo 2021 Summer Olympics
Equestrian is a sport that is synonymous with the Olympic Games, which is why so many will be highly anticipating what the Tokyo 2021 Games will provide when the event takes place on the schedule.
Olympic Equestrian Disciplines Available To Bet
There are 3 different disciplines in which the athletes and their horses will compete in, with each of the Dressage, Eventing and Jumping events being contested individually and as teams of three.
Tokyo 2021 Equestrian Schedule & Venue
The events will take place at the Baji Koen Equestrian Centre and on the Sea Forest Cross-Country Course over the course of a two-week period, with the first events having been held on the 24 July, with the final event taking place on the 7 August.
There are a number of different competitions taking place, which will be good news for WettenTips’s Tokyo 2021 Olympics predictions readers as they will be able to get involved in a number of different equestrian betting opportunities.
With this in mind, our our betting experts have picked out the best betting tips and 2021 Tokyo Summer Games predictions they can make, whilst also including some outright predictions that we believe have a great chance of happening!
Tokyo 2021 Olympics German Equestrian Chances To Win Medals
There are a total of 9 athletes and horses that will represent Germany in the various Equestrian events that are taking place at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games and the nation should be pretty confident about their chances of obtaining a medal.
2021 Tokyo Equestrian Dressage Predictions
The Dressage events have already started and Germany currently lead the table, both in the individual event and the team event. At the time of writing, Jessica von Bredow-Werndl is ranked first with her horse, Dalera, whilst Isabell Werth and Bella Rosa are second. Dorothee Schneider and Showtime are fifth on the leaderboard.
Each of their performances have combined together, though, in the Team Dressage event, as they occupy the top spot after the first round of the event and look set to obtain the gold medal in the Grand Prix Special.
2021 Tokyo Equestrian Eventing And Jumping Top Athletes
Germany are also represented by Sandra Auffarth (Viamant du Matz), Michael Jung (Chipmunk) and Julia Krajewski (Amande de B’Neville) as individuals and as a team in the Eventing discipline, whilst Daniel Deusser (Killer Queen), Christian Kukuk (Mumbai) and Andre Thieme (Chakaria) will represent the country individually and as a team in the Jumping discipline.
2021 Tokyo Olympics Equestrian Winner Outrights Favourites
Germany will have to be considered one of the strong equestrian betting favourites at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games this summer, as they are the most successful country to have ever competed in the discipline throughout history.
The nation has managed to win 26 gold medals prior to the Games in Japan, and it would be a surprise if they were not to add to their tally this summer.
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl Predictions In 2021 Tokyo Summer Games
As already mentioned, Jessica von Bredow-Werndl already looks set to add two gold medals to Germany’s tally and her own personal collection, as she is already leading the leaderboard for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics’ Dressage discipline.
It might be her first Olympic Games, but the WettenTips’ prediction is to bet on her being the outright winner of the event!
Germany’s Michael Jung is one of the best athletes to have ever competed in individual equestrian events in Olympic Game history, having dominated the last two editions of the Games as he obtained gold in the individual eventing disciplines at the 2012 London and 2016 Rio Games.
Therefore, a strong betting tip and prediction for 2021 Olympic Games Equestrian disciplines would be to back him to be the outright winner once again!
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