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Ante Post Grand National 2019 Betting

Ante Post Grand National 2019 Betting 1

The excitement is mounting for this year’s Grand National, and for those of you that do enjoy placing just one horse racing related bet each year then it will be on one of the runners in that race that you will probably be more than interested in placing that bet on!

You may not be aware however that the race meeting lasts for three days, for on Thursday the 4th of April the aptly named Grand National Thursday race meeting will be held, the on Friday it will be Ladies Day at Aintree racecourse where that meeting is held, and on Saturday is when the Grand National itself will be run.

There is something of an art though when it comes to securing the very best odds on any horses you fancy betting on, and that will see you having to shop around the many different betting sites that are offering odds on that race, which by the way will be all of them.

BetFred however do have some of the bets odds currently available on all runners in that race on their ante post betting market for the Grand National 2019 and they also pay out to four places at a quarter of the odds when you place an each-way bet on that race too.

Horses Heading the Betting

If you like looking up the form of any horses then when you take a look through each of the form figures for the horses that will be lining up in this year’s Grand National you will like those alongside two horses in particular.

Those horses are Tiger Roll and Rathvinden, and it is their respective current form figures that have seen them both being installed as the current two early joint favourites to win this year and the odds on offer are 10/1 on both of them.

Plenty of Betting Opportunities

It could be the name of a horse, its colour or even whether the jockey appeals to you as to just which horses you may be willing to back in the Grand National this year however it will always be the form of the horses that you should be checking out.

With that in mind allow me to rattle through the horses that do have some very attractive and appealing form figures recently and the first of then is Elegant Escape at 16/1, which is a rock solid each-way chance.

Loads of horses are available at 20/1 and any of them could romp home and take the spoils, and those horses are General Principle, Mall Dini, Vintage Clouds and Anibale Fly.

It is not unheard of for a horse that was a 25/1 shot at some point in the early betting on the Grand National to win, and if you fancy taking your chances of fancy of them then just some of those 25/1 shots include the like of Captain Redbeard, Bristol De Mai, Abolitionist, Ms Parfois and Warriors Tale and Walk In The Mill.