Grand National Betting 2016

Free Grand National Betting Guide

Over 600 million people watch the Grand National in over 140 different countries. It is estimated that over £300 million is bet on the big race every year with over half of the adult population having a flutter. The majority are casual bettors, and people who only bet on the Grand National.

The whole nation loves a bet on the Aintree spectacle and each individual has their own method of choosing their horses. Whilst many will study the form book for weeks on end, others simply choose their favourite silks, their lucky number, if the horse is grey etc. There are many different methods of selection and as anything can happen with the Grand National, it is possibly a wise move.

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The Grand National Betting Guide

How many times have you heard people at work, in the pub, at church describe the Grand National a lottery, hundreds? Wish you had been given a pound coin for every time you have heard that phrase. Well it might have something to do with to do with the first National winner having that name or the fact that people find it really hard to search through all the runners with any confidence. After all those old enough €“ early fifties €“ will remember Foinavon. Those luckily younger will remember the void race. And who hasn’t heard of Red Rum.

Judged by many to be the greatest race in the world €“ it has had some name changes over the years from The Sun, Martel, through to the ever popular John Smiths Grand National. It has featured great personal stories and triumphs €“ such as Bob Champion’s victory on Aldaniti, Ginger McCain’s resurgence as a top national trainer, the Walsh’s father and son success on Papillon, and the unforgettable €˜Better than sex’ comment from Mick Fitzgerald.

For those who believe the National is a lottery, worse than bingo and harder than the Scoop 6 then stop reading now. Just pick a number between 1 and 40 back that, enjoy yourself watching the race with a beer in hand, shouting €˜Go On’ as loud as you can at the TV screen as you ride the race. Then spend your winnings wisely!

For those people who enjoy the race for the fantastic puzzle it is read on.

Did you know by applying a little of knowledge of the statistics of the race you increase your chances of finding the winner by a significant amount.

Let me give you the profile of the winner€“ its form if you like since 1991

1. It’s normally between 8 to 12 years of age.
2. It normally carries under 11 stone €“ only Hedgehunter has won carrying more (11.1)
3. It has earned an official rating of 139 or more.
4. It has achieved a Racing Post performance rating of 144.
5. It’s starting price has been less than 40/1

Does the race feel such a lottery now? Have we just turned that fiendish equine sudoku into something more easily solvable? Starting to fancy a flutter with your favourite bookie €“ maybe Ladbrokes, William Hill, Victor Chandler or you may simply want to BetFred.

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