Who Will Win the Grand National 2019?

Three days of jump racing at its very best are what you will be experiencing if you have been lucky enough to get some time off work and have tickets for this year’s Grand National race meeting over at Aintree.

This year that race meeting starts on Thursday the 4th of April, and then on the 5th of Ladies Day which so followed by the Grand National Day on Saturday the 6th of April, and there are lots of horses taking part in the Grand National in 2019 and you can bet on any of them right now.

In fact, if you do decide to place a bet on the horse you think is going to win or get placed in this year’s running of the Grand National at betting sites such as BetFred you will be rewarded with some generous odds for doing so.

The ante post betting market on that race at that betting site is now open, and it will allow you to pick out any horses to back to win the race and some enhanced odds, of you can of course back any horses each way and get paid out on the place part of such a bet if they finish in any of the top four positions at a quarter of the win odds too!

Top Two Horses in the Betting

Tiger Roll and Rathvinden have been attracting plenty of support on the ante post betting market over at BetFred, so much so the odds on both of those two horses have dropped right down to 10/1, but those odds are still high enough to back of course!

In fact, at those huge odds right now then an each-way bet on either or both of them may be worth placing especially at BetFred thanks to their overly generous each-way betting terms.

Spread the Risk with Some Each-Way Bets

The odds being as high as they currently are on each of the runners in this year’s Grand National, there could be some of you out there that are thinking about reducing the risks of busting out your bankroll and will be thinking about placing several each-way bets.

If so one horse that should be high up on your list of potential bets to place is Elegant Escape at 16/1 and it should also be worth backing any of the 20/1 shots each-way too, those horses are General Principle, Mall Dini, Vintage Clouds and Anibale Fly.

I would also consider backing some of the horses that have proven themselves in the past at long distance races and those horses that do have bags of stamina too.

It may be some of the 25/1 shots that you are being attracted too and there are no shortages of them available, but thsoe that have a reasonable chance of being played at least include the likes of Vieux Lion Rouge, Royal Vacation, Rock The Kasbah, Ramses De Teillee, One For Arthur and Minella Rocco and those are all available at odds of at least 25/1 right now.

Who Will Win the Grand National 2019?
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