A Free Bet For Today’s Grand National

| April 9, 2011 | Reply

While I’m of the belief that a little bit of analysis can give you a much better chance of winning the National, there are others that think it’s little more than a lottery.

Well, if that sounds like you, then you’re in luck!

I’ve compiled a special Grand National party pack, where you can make your choice based on name, number, jockey or anything else that takes your fancy.

I’ve also included links to a £20 free bet with Paddy Power so that you don’t even have to risk any of your own money when placing the bet.

With some cracking odds on offer these free bets can be seriously valuable – so much so that all of the other bookies have suspended their free bet offers until after the race!

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The party pack is laid out as so…

Number – Name – Jockey – Interesting fact/blatant lie – Current odds

1) Don’t Push it – Tony McCoy – Last year’s winner – 14/1

2) Tidal Bay – Brian Hughes – Likes to frolic on sandy beaches (true, actually) – 33/1

3) What A Friend – Daryl Jacob – Owned by Sir Alex of Ferguson – 12/1

4) Vic Venturi – Andrew Lynch – Fell when well placed last year – 33/1

5) Majestic Concorde – Robbie McNamara – Needs to have more luck than his namesake – 28/1

6) Or Noir De Somoza – Tom Scudamore – Sent over from France specifically for the National. Waste of time and effort if you ask me – 40/1

7) Dooneys Gate – Patrick Mullins – Trainer has been tearing it up in 2011 – 66/1

8 ) Big Fella Thanks – Graham Lee – Goes down easier than a wannabe WAG – 18/1

9) The Tother One – Ryan Mahon – Not this one, the tother one – 40/1

10) Ballabriggs – Jason Maguire – trained by Donald McCain, son of Red Rum’s trainer, Ginger – 14/1

11) The Midnight Club – Ruby Walsh – Long time ante-post favourite – 8/1

12) Niche Market – Harry Skelton – Champion Trainer Paul Nicholls’ big hope – 20/1

13) Silver By Nature – Peter Buchanan – Aiming to become the first Scottish trained winner for 32 years – 14/1

14) Backstage – Paul Carberry – Hoping to make it second time lucky but French, so probably wont – 12/1

15) Chief Dan George – Paddy Aspell – Ridden by Little Irish Man – 33/1

16) Calgary Bay – Hadden Frost – Will he stay the trip? I doubt it – 33/1

17) Killyglen – Robbie Power – Jockey won the National on Silver Birch in 2007 – 50/1

18) Oscar Time – Sam Waley-Cohen – Jockey bidding to do the Gold Cup/Grand National double – 12/1

19) Quinz – Richard Johnson – Too young, too French – 16/1

20) Becauseicouldntsee – Davy Russell – Eyesight may prove a problem – 25/1

21) Comply Or Die – Timmy Murphy – Winner in 2008, gone backwards ever since – 40/1

22) Quolibet – Mark Walsh – See Quinz – 50/1

23) Grand Slam Hero – Aidan Coleman – Once had a trial for Harlequins – 66/1

24) State Of Play – Paul Moloney – By owners own admission “not good enough to win” – 25/1

25) King Fontaine – Dennis O’Regan – Has won four of his last six – 50/1

26) In Compliance – Leighton Aspell – Poshest Jockey name of the year goes to… – 50/1

27) Hello Bud – Sam Twiston-Davies – Impressive last year but too old this – 33/1

28) West End Rocker – Robert Thornton – Hates Coldplay – 33/1

29) Santa’s Son – Jamie Moore – Scared of reindeer – 100/1

30) Bluesea Cracker – Andrew McNamara – Recently bought by racing’s Abramovich, JP McManus – 20/1

31) That’s Rhythm – James Reveley – About as much Rhythm as Stoke City – 100/1

32) Surface To Air – Tom Messenger – Any relation to Melinda? – 50/1

33) Piraya – Johnny Farrelly – Pulled up in last two races – 100/1

34) Can’t Buy Time – Richie McLernon – Going for a National hat-trick… of falls – 50/1

35) Character Building – Nina Carberry – Ridden by a girl. Wont win – 25/1

36) Ornais – Nick Scholfield – non non non – 50/1

37) Arbor Supreme – David Casey – Sounds French but isn’t – 20/1

38) Royal Rosa – Paul Gallagher – one win from 20 over fences – 50/1

39) Skippers Brig – Dominic Elsworth – Regular jockey has broken arm and misses out – 33/1

40) Golden Kite – Shane Hassett – Just sneaked into the field. Is it fate? – 50/1

So there you have it.

You can either side with one of my tips if you haven’t already (Killyglen, Chief Dan George and Niche Market) or you can pick one based on what you’ve just seen.

Either way, good luck and if you don’t already have a Paddy Power account, remember to take advantage of the free bet by clicking on one of the Paddy Power links in this article.

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