Grand National 2010 Runners + Favourites

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The Grand National is the biggest sporting event in the UK. It is one of the toughest races in the world, with over 40 runners. There are many strong contenders to the title, which makes it very difficult to predict. Will a favourite win this year or will another complete outsider win?

Grand National 2010

Last year, a complete outsider Mon Mome won @ 100/1. This year, the bookies favourite is Big Fella Thanks. Should punters back the favourite or look at some of the other promising contenders? See what the experts are saying. Grand National Guide have been following the Grand National for many years, and have just released their tips for this years big race.

There will be 40 Grand National Runners on the day, the maximum field allowed. Because of Mon Mome’s success last year, it would be foolish to dismiss any of them. The clear favourite at the moment is Big Fella Thanks @ 9/1. He came sixth in last year’s Grand National and is expected to make a strong come back this year.
Click here to get a full list of Grand National Runners.

Following closely is last year’s winner Mon Mome @ 10/1. His performance this year, especially in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, made many believe that he has what it takes to defend his Grand National crown. Another strong contender is Snowy Morning @ 18/1. He ran a great race last year in the Grand National, and finished just thirty lengths behind Mon Mome. He is being tipped as a great each way bet for the national.

But there are many strong contenders in this year’s list of Grand National runners. Selecting a winner from a list of 40 runners is difficult for most seasoned punters, and near impossible for novice punters. Get some expert help this year, and improve your chances of winning. Grand National Guide have been studying the form of all the Grand National runners for the last 12 months, and have been very successful picking winners over the years. Click here for a full list of Grand National tips

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Sinead Lambert
+353 1 254 2483


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