Grand National Beginner’s Betting Guide – Download it now!
It’s that Grand National time of year again, sweepstakes at the office, offers from the bookies, and you might even be going to the Actual Grand National at Aintree! We’re sure that you’ve got your outfit organised, but if you haven’t then our Fashion Editor Karen Grace can help!
If you’re new to betting on the races, then download our comprehensive guide to betting on the Grand National.
With detailed explanations of how you could pick a winner, you’ll soon be telling your friends what to look out for in the Paddock as the horses parade before the race. You’ll be showing them how to put on a Placepot, or an Accumulator, A Yankee or even a Lucky 15! And with any luck, you’ll need a wheelbarrow to pick up your winnings.
Including step by step instructions about how to place a bet at the racecourse, in a betting shop, via an App or online, our Grand National Beginner’s Betting Guide can bring you up to speed in time to make the most out of the Grand National Fun! As a beginner you can practice betting and enjoy many gambling apps on sites like Gambling App Store.
It shows you how to read the ‘Form’ and how to work out the difference between a ‘Win’ and an ‘Each Way’, and basically de-mystifys the whole process, allowing you to enjoy the Betting side of the Grand National without worrying that you’ll drop a clanger!
It goes without saying that we wouldn’t recommend you put the house on the winner, but betting is an integral part of Horseracing, and especially popular on the Grand National, so there’s nothing wrong with having a flutter, just so long as you can afford to lose your stake (not going to lie to you… it’s more than a possibility!).
So Good Luck, fellow punter, we wish you success and we wish you fun! Click the download button and start reading your guide now… (Make sure you check your spam folder for our email)
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