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Trained with the National in mind for 2013. Was going well until a fall a Bechers Brooks put paid to last years race
After a third in last years Grand National could this race be the one for Seabass to win
Is still in good form and one to watch after a 4th place at 2012 Grand National
After a dissapointing season in 2011 a return to form in 2012 makes Chicago Grey a great prospect
Can 2013 be the year that Join together wins The Grand National. Many people think it could!
Lost out to Neptune Collonges in a close race last year. 2013 could be his year
A horse that has showed great stamina in the past making him a great bet for the Grand National this year
A horse with great promise to deliver a Grand National win - could the 2013 race be his year?
Bet on Grand National
The Grand National is the biggest race of the horse racing calendar and the betting market is the most popular of the year with 1000s of people who wouldn’t normally bet having a flutter on this race. Not only do die-hard horse racing fans want to study the form, but the tradition of the race means that other people less familiar with horse racing betting also attempt to pick the winner.
Grand National odds
The way the Grand National odds are set up means a small bet at big odds could provide a punter with a huge return. In 2009 Mon Mome proved this when he won the Grand National at odds of 100/1.
Although Mon Mome may not have been a common selection of punters studying the form and trends ahead of the Grand National, many less widespread methods of picking a horse may have led to him being picked. These include people with a lucky number of 15, anyone who backs horses with both words starting with the same letter, jockeys wearing green or simply putting all of the Grand National runners in a hat and picking one at random.
40 horses to feature in the Grand National betting
There are 30 fences that have to be successfully negotiated at Aintree for one of the 40 horses to be successful in the Grand National. Meanwhile, a horse will have to show stamina as well as good jumping, as the race is run over.
The early Grand National betting market this season reigning champion Ballabriggs as the favourite to return to Aintree to defend his crown. Synchronised is the favourite to land the Grand National spoils, but is expected to be pushed by the likes of On His Own, Cappa Bleu and Shakalakaboomboom.Bet on Grand National,