Grand National Betting 2017
When you are looking for the best Grand National betting apps, look no further than the biggest and best online bookmakers.
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These bookies understand the worth of offering an untold number of betting markets on the ‘World’s Greatest Steeplechase’ yet present these beautifully in their special Grand National betting apps.
- Betfair – Betfair Grand National offering, will feature betting tips from experts and a fantastic blog section to help punters make their selections for the big race.
- Ladbrokes – The race itself was once known as the Ladbrokes Grand National as the famous bookmaker with a 130 year history sponsored the horse race for seven years during the mid-1970’s. Suffice to say Ladbrokes have a special affinity for the Grand National and they traditionally give people who bet on the Grand National a helping hand with Grand National offers and enhanced each-way terms.
- Bet365 – The bet365 Grand National betting campaign for 2017 is another which is sure to give new and old customers Grand National free bets via their mobile app and desktop interface.
Grand National Betting 2017
The Grand National is the centrepiece of the three-day Aintree Festival which is broken down as ‘Liverpool Day’, ‘Ladies Day’ and ‘Grand National Day’.
Day 1 – 6th of April: features four Grade 1 contests including the Betfred Bowl and the Aintree Hurdle.
Day 2 – 7th of April: Ladies Day has an additional two Grade 1 races and the Topham Chase which is run over the Grand National course.
Day 3 – Saturday the 8th: Grand National, which will generate more than £100 million in bets, is supported by six races including the Liverpool Hurdle which has been won by some of the greatest staying hurdlers ever. They include Big Bucks four times and, last year, Thistlecrack.
Grand National free bets and latest offers
The moment the Cheltenham Festival concludes Grand National betting 2017 will come alive. The race is already being described as the classiest Grand National ever with no less than 73 of the original entries being allocated 10 stone or more. In fact, 88% of the field have official handicap ratings of 135 so it oozes quality.
There are always lots of Grand National free bets for first-time customers at the leading online sportsbooks. Then the usual Grand National offers will appear in the days leading up to the Aintree Festival.
Current trends dictate online bookmakers quickly offer ‘Non-Runner No-Bet’ terms to long-range punters amongst their Grand National offers.
This will probably happen immediately after the second scratchings deadline of March 21st and most definitely after the five-day declaration stage on April 3rd.
Check out our special section dedicated to Grand National betting offers and find the best promotion for you to cash in on.
Tips for Grand National 2017 Betting
Historically the Grand National field has featured a fair proportion of ‘no hopers’ but, such is the nature and stature of the race in this era, none of the 40-strong field taking part in 2017 can or should be overlooked.
Somewhere among the major national newspapers, who all offer great coverage of the great race, there will be Grand National tips for every single runner!
But regardless of what the jockeys, trainers, form students or celebrity tipsters tell you, the one and best Grand National tip is to seek out the best betting offers, concessions, enhanced odds and enhanced each-way place terms and take full advantage of them.
Furthermore be sure to place your Grand National bets long before the great horse race begins as the overwhelming number of runners will shorten in price as the minutes to ‘tapes up’ unwind. And, naturally, whoever you bet with, make sure they offer the ‘Best Odds Guaranteed’ concession.
Grand National Useful Apps
As previously stated the major bookmakers throw the proverbial kitchen sink at their Grand National app or micro-site bolted on to their traditional betting app.
The Betfair, bet365 and Ladbrokes Grand National apps are amongst the best.
But, while bookmakers apps with their range of ‘spotlights’, ‘form figures’, ‘previews’ and ‘live streaming’ offer an excellent way of deciphering and enjoying the Grand National, there are yet more options…
The App Store also lists many custom-made Grand National apps offering Grand National updates, news and history for the most part designed and produced by enthusiastic racing fans and historians.
But for Grand National betting 2017 and Grand National runners tips surely the best apps to download are those of the major national newspapers.
Most, in the UK and Ireland, have an arrangement in place with a high-profile jockey or trainer meaning these have the exclusive views and news from the likes of Gordon Elliott, Ruby Walsh, Paul Nicholls and Richard Johnson.