Grand National Tips
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Grand National 2017 Tips
The following table highlights the horses in the 2017 Grand National that we are tipping:
|Grand National Tip||Horse||Trainer||Odds|
|Tip 1||Cause Of Causes||Gordon Elliott||16/1|
|Tip 2||Vicente||Paul Nicholls||33/1|
|Tip 3||Blaklion||Nigel Twiston Davies||14/1|
|Tip 4||Gas Line Boy||Ian Williams||100/1|
2017 GRAND NATIONAL TIP 1: Cause Of CausesCause Of Causes
has been superbly campaigned by trainer of the moment, Gordon Elliott, to win at three consecutive Cheltenham Festivals.
The nine-year-old must have a rock solid chance of adding a Grand National to his cv as he has proven form at four miles, winning form on ground from good to heavy and experience of the Aintree fences.
Bet on Cause Of Causes
now at 33-1
and get a £5 Free Bet
2017 GRAND NATIONAL TIP 2: Vicente
Many recent winners of the Grand National have shown form in other "nationals" like last years winner Rule The World had previously finished runner up in the Irish National.
Vicente won last years Scottish National, is lightly raced, open to improvement and trained by top National Hunt trainer Paul Nicholls.
Bet on Vicente
now at 40-1
and get a £30 Free Bet
2017 GRAND NATIONAL TIP 3: Blaklion
Two 8 year olds have won since 2002, the first of those Bindaree was also from the Twiston-Davies stable.
BLAKLION has a similar profile to the latest one Many Clouds in 2015, has that touch of class having won the RSA Chase at the Cheltenham festival last year.
Many Clouds had just ten chase starts prior to winning, Blaklion
has had eleven and is a tough sort and not ground dependant having won on good, soft and heavy. Nigel Twiston-Davies also trained the 1998 National winner Earth Summit.
Bet on Blaklion
now at 25-1
and get a £30 Free Bet
2017 GRAND NATIONAL TIP 4: Gas Line Boy
Thought good enough of to be sent to this race back in 2015 (when trained by Hobbs) only to come unstruck at the first fence.
Was moved to the Jim Best yard and after only two runs was then moved onto the Ian Williams yard where he seems to be enjoying himself once again. Has put in some very solid runs this season and more importantly has finished every race so is given another shot at the Grand National in much better form.
Sorry. Gas Line Boy is not running in the 2017 Grand National
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