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Grand National odds are safe as Ladbrokes go non runner no bet

| 05.04.2011

The most popular race in horse racing is just days away and punters looking to find the value in the ante-post Grand National betting market can bet in confidence with Ladbrokes offering non runner no bet.

What that means is any bets placed on the Grand National ante-post betting between now and midnight Friday are guaranteed, and should your Grand National bet pull out between now and 4.15pm on Saturday you will receive your money back.

Non runner no bet means punters can bet in confidence and with Ladbrokes offering new customers three free Grand National bets if you sign up here, betting on the Grand National has never been easier.

The Midnight Club currently heads the betting with Grand National odds of 8/1 and a £20 stake on the Grand National favourite would return £180.

But with 40 Grand National horses involved in the biggest betting market of the year, there are plenty of chances to find a horse with bigger Grand National odds in the search for a healthier profit.

Horses such as State Of Play (25/1), Tidal Bay (40/1) and Killyglen (50/1) all have chances at big prices, and for those of you hoping Skippers Brig (33/1) will get a run, the non runner no bet rule is brilliant.

Skippers Brig is currently number 42 on the Grand National card and needs a further two horses to drop out to get a run, but should he get a run his Grand National odds of 33/1 will shorten considering he beat 14/1 chance Ballabriggs on his last outing.

Taking the 33/1 now with the confidence of your stake being returned should Skippers Brig not run is one way to take advantage of Ladbroke’s Grand National offer as the most popular race of the year draws ever closer.

A £20 stake on Skippers Brig winning the Grand National would return £680. New customers can sign up here to get £60 in free bets.

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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.