2015-04-11 16:15

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  We're paying FIVE Places on the Grand National at Aintree Conditions

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 Rocky Creek

 Balthazar King


 Spring Heeled


 Merry King

 Pineau De Re

 Al Co


 Sam Winner

 Royale Knight


 Wyck Hill

 Monbeg Dude


 Home Farm

 Carlingford Lough

 Cause Of Causes


 First Lieutenant

 Gallant Oscar

 Living Next Door

 Lord Windermere

 Many Clouds

 Oscar Time

 Portrait King

 Prince De Beauchene

 Saint Are

 The Druids Nephew

 Across The Bay

 Hadrians Approach

 Night In Milan

 Mon Parrain


 Boston Bob

 Chance Du Roy

 Court By Surprise

 Rebel Rebellion

 Rolling Aces

 Shotgun Paddy

 The Rainbow Hunter

 Raz De Maree

 Any Currency

 Baileys Concerto


 Bob Ford

 Broadway Buffalo

 Buddy Bolero

 Cedre Bleu

 Corrin Wood

 Double Ross

 Duke Of Lucca


 Green Flag



 Make A Track


 My Murphy

 Owega Star

 Rajdhani Express


 Standing Ovation

 Super Duty

 Theatrical Star

 Vintage Star


 Carlito Brigante

 Gas Line Boy

 Guess Again


 Poole Master

 Rigadin De Beauchene

 Roi Du Mee

 Rubi Light

 Sydney Paget

 Tales Of Milan

 The Package

 Tranquil Sea

 Alpha Victor

 American Spin


 Ely Brown


 Harry The Viking

 Ikorodu Road

 Loch Ba


 Mart Lane

 Neptune Equester

 River Choice

 Rose Of The Moon

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Grand National Betting


The latest prices for the greatest steeplechase in the World

Ninety-eight horses were entered for the £1million Crabbies Grand National and this will be whittled down to forty by Saturday, April 11th. Pineau De Re won at 25-1 in 2014 for Dr Richard Newland and Leighton Aspell and will bid to become the first horse since Red Rum in 1973 and 1974 to win the race for two consecutive seasons.

Bookmakers will be bracing themselves for a huge public gamble on Tony McCoy’s mount in his last Grand National before retirement. Shutthefrontdoor is among his possible mounts following a win in last year’s Irish National at Fairyhouse. The champion jockey is estimated to have cost the bookmakers around £50million when winning on Don’t Push It in 2010.

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