Best Grand National Odds

I am sure that plenty of you out there will be part of a sweepstake on this year’s 2019 running of the Grand National, and you may also popping down to your local betting shop on the day of that race, that being April the 6th and having a few quid on the horse you like the look or sound of.

Being one of the most bet on races held in the UK each year, there is a lot of interest in the Grand National, however why run the risk of having to stand in a long queue at your local bookies shop when you can quickly and very easily bet on that race from the comfort of your own home.

By signing up to the BetFred betting site for example, you will be able to sit back and study each of the horses that are scheduled to run in that race, and also place a bet on them right now.

If the horse or horses you do decide to place a bet on via the ante post betting armlet available at BetFred they have a no runner no bet rule which will see your stakes being returned to you if for any reason your horse doesn’t take part in that race. Plus, for those of you wishing to place an each-way bet, BetFred are paying out to four places this year at a quarter of the win odds on such bets.

Horses Being Backed

It is never too early to back any horses that you think will romp home in the Grand National, and plenty of punters have already placed their bets and will have secured some decent and high odds on their selections.

If you want to follow the smart money and place your bets nice and early on the current favourite to win, well there are two horses that are being backed and are currently up for grabs at odds of 10/1 and they are Tiger Roll and Rathvinden.

Take Your Chances Each-Way

It is up to you just which if any horses you do decide to back to win the Grand National this year, but one that may be of interest to you is the current second favourite and that horse is current Elegant Escape at 16/1, but if you do fancy backing that horse do so sooner rather than later as those odds are bound to drop.

I do also like the look of each of the 20/1 shots so I am going to have to study their respective form figures in a little more details before I decide which if any of them to back, and they are General Principle, Mall Dini, Vintage Clouds and Anibale Fly.

Moving onto a few for the many 25/1 shots, each of which could tickle your fancy, they are Vieux Lion Rouge, Royal Vacation, Rock The Kasbah, Ramses De Teillee, One For Arthur and Minella Rocco.

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