The race has been run and a new name is carved into Grand National folklore after a super spin over the iconic Aintree fences – and now it’s time to see if you’ve got a winning bet.
Generous Paddy’s paying an incredible six places for the 2021 Grand National. Quite simply, as long as your horse placed in the top six and you had an each-way bet then you’re in the money.
Unsure of how much you’ll won? Well, we’ve got just the tool to do all the math for you. Scoot on over to the Paddy Power Bet Calculator and input your bet and, as if by magic, you’ll discover just how much lovely lolly is set to drop into your account.
Minella Times ran a stormer to win the 2021 Grand National at a price of 11/1. If you backed Minella Times with a win or each-way bet then consult the Paddy Power Bet Calculator to work out how much wonga you’ll be getting. Here’s the first six home for those who picked them.
GRAND NATIONAL 2021 RESULT
1. Minella Times 11/1
2. Balko Des Flos 100/1
3. Any Second Now 17/2
4. Burrows Saint 9/1
5. Farclas 16/1
6. Blaklion 50/1
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The Grand National might have come and gone for another year but the sporting action never stops and there’s a huge game of football between Real Madrid and Barcelona later this evening. That’s right, it’s El Clasico time.
Sure, the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus nearly three years ago and the ongoing shambles at the Nou Camp means it’s hardly a peak era of rivalry between the two clubs but there’s so much at stake in the latest instalment.
Atletico Madrid’s patchy form has blown the title race in Spain wide open with Barcelona one point behind and Real Madrid a further two back.
Our top tipster Paddy Murphy has done his homework ahead of the clash and come up with three best bets for what should be an absolute cracker. You can check out his tips and see bang-up-to-date prices with our snazzy widgets by clicking HERE.
If horse racing’s your bag there’s still plenty more big races to come such as the Scottish Grand National and the Punchestown Gold Cup before the jumps season draws to a close. Fear not, as the flat racing picks up the baton with the 2000 Guineas and 1000 Guineas in May before the Epsom Derby and Royal Ascot the following month.
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