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April 4, 2013 - Posted by Alice Jenkinson

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What Do You Need To Know?

Saddle Up!

This Saturday millions of people will be tuning in to watch John Smith’s Grand National at Aintree. Both in the UK and abroad, the Grand National is world famous and for many it will be the only bet they’ll place this year.

The build-up to the Grand National is huge as people everywhere wait for the 40 runners to be announced. The odds on the horses running this year are:

On His Own – 7/1 Cappa Bleu – 10/1
Seabass – 10/1 Colbert Station – 10/1
Chicago Grey – 11/1 Imperial Commander – 14/1
Sunnyhillboy – 14/1 Teaforthree – 14/1
Ballabriggs – 16/1 Balthazar King – 16/1
Join Together – 18/1 Rare Bob – 20/1
Big Fella Thanks – 28/1 Across The Bay – 33/1
Always Waining – 33/1 Roberto Goldback – 33/1
Soll – 33/1 Treacle – 33/1
Joncol – 40/1 Quel Esprit – 40/1
Quiscover Fontaine – 40/1 Harry The Viking – 50/1
Saint Are – 50/1 Weird Al – 50/1
What A Friend – 50/1 Becauseicouldntsee – 66/1
Forpadydeplasterer – 66/1 Lost Glory – 66/1
Ninetieth Minute – 66/1 Oscar Time – 66/1
Swing Bill – 66/1 Tatenen – 66/1
The Rainbow Hunter – 66/1 Any Currency – 80/1
Auroras Encore – 80/1 Major Malarkey – 80/1
Mr Moonshine – 80/1 Tarquinius – 100/1
Viking Blond – 100/1 Mumbles Head – 150/1
Mortimers Cross (RESERVE) – 250/1 Pentiffic (RESERVE) – 250/1

Who Is Everyone Talking About?

Ruby Walsh wants his third Grand National title in the race on Saturday (rumoured to ride On His Own).

His sister, Katie Walsh, feels that she could be on the verge of making history this year. She hopes to take first place, both for Seabass (who came 3rd last year) and as the first female winner of the Grand National.

Also rumoured to be in with a chance of winning is Cappa Bleu, ridden by Paul Moloney.

Enjoy The Race!

Whoever passes the post first this year, it’s sure to be just as exciting as the 2012 race in which Neptune Collonges literally won by a nose.

It doesn’t matter if you’re at Aintree on Saturday or you’re planning to watch at home with family and friends, it’ll feel so much more exciting cheering on a horse to win. Place your bets, have a great day and good luck!

Alice Jenkinson


Alice has always had a passion for writing, but she couldn't think of a way to make that into a job. She started to write betting and promotion reviews and found that she had a surprising knack for it. We grabbed her before anyone else could and now she’s a happy little writer, just don’t interrupt her before she’s had a coffee in the morning – no-one should have to see that. You can find her on Twitter and Google+.

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