There’s around eight weeks to go until the 2021 Grand National at Aintree and we’ve just gone Non-Runner Money Back on all antepost bets. That’s right, we’ve done it for every single race at the Cheltenham Festival 2021 and now Paddy’s got you covered for the Grand National as well.
We had over 100 declared at the beginning of the month and with just 40 set to start there’s a lot of uncertainty about who is going to line up. And if you want to get ahead of the curve and have some antepost wagers, you won’t lose out if your horse doesn’t make the cut for whatever reason.
That’s every single horse listed, from the antepost favourite, Tiger Roll, to triple-digit shots. The Tiger will be popular in the market as he goes for a record-equalling third win in the race but connections have been casting serious doubts over his participation.
But you can cast all that aside, back him for glory and get a refund if Tiger doesn’t Roll up at Aintree on April 10th.
You literally can not say fairer than that.
Easysland looked to be one of the main hopefuls to usurp Tiger Roll but a disappointing showing at the Cheltenham November Meeting leaves him some way off favouritism at the time of writing. Jonjo O’Neill’s Cloth Cap is currently Paddy’s second favourite after a couple of impressive performances towards the end of 2020.
Whether you’re guided by the form, colours, jockey or the horse’s name – it is the Grand National after all – you can back your favourite now safe in the knowledge that if they don’t make it to the start line you won’t be out of pocket. Huzzah!
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