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Grand National Betting Odds

| 18.01.2011

Not only does it offer the richest prize in National Hunt racing, it also happens to be a national treasure and the Grand National is the biggest betting event in the calendar.

Your mum and your nan, your aunty and nephew, even the paper boy, they all have a flutter on the Grand National and it’s the one time of the year that the whole of the United Kingdom is united behind a field of 40 horses, cheering home a winner.

Those who are yet to experience the thrill of betting on the Grand National don’t know what they’re missing and new customers can sign up here for a free Grand National bet worth £25.

Champion jockey and Sports Personality of the Year 2010, AP McCoy will once again take the ride on Don’t Push It as the horse and jockey combination looks to repeat their 2010 victory – Don’t Push It is 14/1 in the Grand National betting.

Grand National bets are a great way to be introduced to the wonders of betting and with such a big field, there are plenty of options and plenty of value to be found in the Grand National odds.

The ante post Grand National betting market offers some clues to the runners and riders of the most popular race of the year, and Welsh National winner Synchronised is available at 16/1 to win the Grand National.

Big Fella Thanks finished a respectable fourth in last year’s Grand National and is available at 25/1 in the Grand National betting which offers plenty of each way value.

Aintree will once again set the scene for the Grand National and the Aintree betting is sure to be fast and frantic in the run-up to April 9th, and new customers should take full advantage of their free bet by signing up here.

A £25 stake on State of Play winning the Grand National would return £850. New customers can sign up here for a free £25 bet.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.