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Where will you be on Saturday, the 6th of April 2019, at 5:15 pm? You should be at the Aintree Racecourse because it will be the 2019 Grand National Day, which is also called the Randox Health 2019 Grand National. This is a UK handicap steeplechase over 4 miles and 514 yards, which will see horses jumping 30 fences in 2 laps. This year’s entries approximate to 112, with a total of 47 from Ireland.
This year will be the 172nd annual running of the Grand National horse race. The event is sponsored by Randox Health. The prize fund for this year’s Grand National is £1,000,000. It is expected that about 600,000 people will watch this race in about 144 countries and about 70,000 attendees. Up to 40 horses, each with its jockey, are to line up for the event.
The winner for last year’s race was Tiger Roll, and other winners in the last 10 years are One for Arthur 2017, Rule the World 2016, Many Clouds 2015, Pineau de Re 2014, Auroras Encore 2013, Neptune Collonges 2012, Ballabriggs 2011, Don’t Push It 2010, and Mon Mone 2009
The 2019 Grand National is attracting millions of pounds of bets already. There seems to be more of bookmakers this year than other years. Lead bookmarkers like Paddypower, Bet 365, Betfair, William Hill, Carol Ladbrokes, and Betfred are providing 2019 Grand national betting offers. There are even free bets for the Randox health Grand National because many leading bookmakers are offering free bets everyone to take advantage of. It is best to check the terms and conditions before betting because each bookmaker has a different Grand National betting offer.
The best betting odds for this year Grand national 2019 are:
These odds were updated recently and are subject to any other time change. If you will be betting for this year Randox Health 2019 Grand National, it is pertinent to take into consideration some of these betting tips to enhance your chance of winning this year bets. Try considering the following when betting.
If you’re betting before the actual day which is on the 6th of April, always remember that only forty horses can run so any horse below the 50 marks will have a little chance of making the needed cut and taking part will be almost impossible. So this is so to say that mostly bet on a horse that is sure to make to the line up on the actual day. When staking your hard earned cash in Grand National Betting, consider the trends and story behind the horse and its chance of winning to know where to stake. When betting don’t forget the historical trends with Grand National betting, research more about it before staking
A lot of bookmarkers might remove their free bet signup offers just a few days before the race to stop once a year punters from placing bets with their offer. So if you are just once in a year bettor, make sure to sign up to your preferred bookmarker a week or more in advance, so that you get in before the bookmarkers take down the free bets, to enjoy the grand national free bets.
Along with free bets, some bookmakers will also give enhanced odds which mean that you can get 10/1 on a horse that most of the other firms are offering 8/1 on. This is mostly for new and existing customers in days leading to the actual day. Flash odds and happy hour of promotion inclusive. This year horse rating is according to the matches of the past trends and the statistics of the previous winners. The three rating is poor, fair and good. Poor means unlikely to mount a serious challenge, fair means it might be placed with a slice of luck and Good means it has a strong each-way chance and might even go ahead to win.
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