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Tips And Predictions On This Year’s Grand National


With this year’s Grand National fast approaching there have already been many horses that have had to pull out of the race. Each hour that draws closer to the Grand National more and more people are seen to be placing their bets on those top 20 horses who are sure runners that have been predicted that stand a chance to win. The Grand Nation originally dates back to 1839 when the race was first staged. Since then it has been a highly popular event that many have made a pretty penny or two. This year will be the 169th edition of the race and the excitement buzzing around the horses and their odds seems to be filling most household and work spaces. Many have now taken to turning to Grand National Horse Generators to help them choose who to hedge their bets on.

Front Runners

The main horse everyone is talking about is last year’s winner Many Cloud, an amazingly impressive horse. Who has also won the Hennessy Gold Cup and the BetBright Cup Chase. Many Clouds has been one horse who has defied all trends in the 2015 race when he won carrying the heaviest weight. Coming Up close to Many Clouds is The Last Samuri, who has had victory in the Grimthorpe Chase at Doncaster. Both of his trainers have known success in the Grand National making The Last Samuri a strong contender winning this year.

Coming up closely next is Silviniaco Conti who may be bit of a quirky choice but he is nothing but a solid jumper. First Lieutenant is also gaining a fair amount of support, although he hasn’t won in three years he is becoming quite the contender as he has one of the strongest of forms.


The Grand National is the biggest horse racing event of the year, it also has the highest turnover of any single race held in the UK and is watched by millions each year whether you have tickets or are simply watching it at home on the TV. It is one of the biggest sporting events that captivates the majority of the public especially as many each year choose to place bets on their favourites to win.

Predicting which horse will win the Grand National is the biggest choice of topic this week, with many hedging their bets on last year’s winner Many Clouds. Many Clouds is of course the first choice but other favourites to win include Silviniaco Conti, First Lieutenant, and Wonderful Charm, but there are over 45 horses predicted to race with all having different odds.

Some of the other horses are very strong contenders and predicting the winner can be difficult as many considerations have to be taken into account. The jockeys and their horses can choose to pull out of the race right until the day so no one is a sure winner.

Understand The Odds

The closer the Grand National looms the more certain or even uncertain people become when placing their bets. Deciding which horse to place your odds on can be a difficult choice but it is always good to understand the odds. If you are planning to place a Grand National Bet, try to do so early, like in the morning of the day. The Grand National is one of the toughest horse races to win so it’s very common to have a double figure horse for example 12/1 and mostly likely a lot bigger. If you back the current favourite, Many Clouds at 20/1 for£10 you’d then get a grand total of £210.

Not Without Losses

The Grand National is one of the most famous horse races and has been running for a very long time. Unfortunately those may have lost a vast amount of money from the race but others have lost a great deal more. Sadly there have been 80 horses to have died in the race since it first ran in 1839, but we can only hope things are on the way up as there haven’t been any deaths since 2012.

Being only a few days away from the race there is still plenty of time to do some research on the horses and their odds so you can place a well thought out bet. Which horse will you be hedging your bets on? Many people in Britain choose to place a bet; hopefully you will be in those lucky few, who stand a chance at winning,


Ram Kumar blogs at DeviceBowl. He is a graduate in Computer Science and Engineering. Addicted to Blogging and Coding.

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