The John Smith's Grand National 2010. Latest Tip to Win. Back a Winner.

Posted on April 9th, 2010

Well, …1 day to go until the 2010 John Smith’s Grand National horse race at Aintree (Saturday 09 April 2010 4.15pm UK time to be precise). We make no apologies for focusing so much on the race on the blog this week. It only comes around once a year! Plus, we are determined to pick a winner this year….

Well, hopefully those who read the blog earlier on this week had an early flutter on our top tip: Tricky Trickster, as the odds have hardened considerably on the horse. The smart money is obviously moving in.

We’ve given you 4 horses we like the look off (see earlier posts on home page). Here’s another that we are taking a shine to after a number of conversations down the pub (and hard analysis of course).

Its number 31- and Irish runner called Arbor Supreme – it’s certainly got the backing (from Peter’s Well  (Electric), trained by W P Mullins and owned by Mr John P McManus).

OK- that’s it, we promise. We have now given away all of our cards, so if you are going to have a flutter, good luck. Remember, just have a flutter- don’t go crazy!

Roll on Saturday………………..

We’ve also been scouring for the best place to bet. We use Paddys generally, but we notice that Bet365 are running quite a nice match promotion at the moment- they’ll match your first deposit up to 200 pounds.

Bet at 365 and get 200 in free bets

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