Grand National 2018 winner tip: Minella Rocco is the most value!

Want to know our Grand National 2018 winner tip? The £1 million race at Aintree takes place at 17.15 on Saturday 14th April 2018, only a few weeks after the Cheltenham Festival. Horse and jockey must negotiate 30 fences over 2 laps (16 fences in the 1st lap, 14 of which are jumped again during the 2nd lap). The Grand National is a National Hunt Handicap Steeplechase, run over 4 miles 514 yards (making it the longest National Hunt race in Britain).

In 2017 One For Arthur (jockey Derek Fox, trainer Lucinda Russell) was victorious, and in 2016 Rule The World (jockey David Mullins, trainer Mouse Morris) won. Jockey Leighton Aspell famously won 2 years in a row (in 2014 on Pineau de Re, and in 2015 on Many Clouds). The biggest starting price of a winner in recent years was in 2009 when Mon Meme (jockey Liam Treadwell) won at 100/1.

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Cheltenham Gold Cup 2018 Winner Tip, and the horses to avoid!

We have a Cheltenham Gold Cup 2018 Winner Tip that we would recommend.

The 2018 Cheltenham Festival (the 2nd richest horse racing festival in Great Britain, after the Grand National) will take place between Tue 13 and Fri 16 March 2018. Ruby Walsh has ridden the most winners during the Cheltenham Festival in recent years, with the most wins during each of the years 2013-2017 (as well as in 2004, 2006, and 2008-2011). Gordon Elliot was the top trainer (the trainer with the most wins) in 2017, whilst Willie Mullins was the top trainer from 2013-2016 (as well as 2011). The key races of the Cheltenham Festival will all be broadcast on itv.

The festival’s most famous & anticipated race is the Cheltenham Gold Cup (3.30pm, on Fri 16 March 2018) – a Grade 1 National Hunt horse race run over 3 miles 2.5 furlongs (22 fences to be jumped) for horses that are 5 years and older. In 2017 Sizing John won the Cheltenham Gold Cup (jockey: Robbie Power, trainer: Jessica Harrington), whilst in 2016 Don Cossack was victorious (jockey: Bryan Cooper, trainer: Gordon Elliot). However, the most famous winner of the  Cheltenham Gold Cup in recent years is undoubtably Kauto Star (jockey: Ruby Walsh, trainer Paul Nicholls) who won in 2007 and 2009 (Kauto Star finished 2nd in 2008). The 2009 win (over 2008 winner, and stablemate Denman – also trained by Paul Nicholls) meant Kauto Star became the 1st horse ever to regain the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The feature races on the other three days are the Champion Hurdle (3.30pm, on Tue 13 March 2018), the Queen Mother Champion Chase (3.30pm, on Wed 14 March 2018), and the Sun Bets Stayers Hurdle (3.30pm, on Thu 15 March 2018).

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King George VI Chase 2017 Tip

betSaver.co.uk have a  King George VI Chase 2017 Tip for the Boxing Day event from Kempton Park (Tue 26 December 2017). The King George VI Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt Chase, in which horses that are 4 years or older compete over a distance of approximately 3 miles, with 18 fences to be jumped in total. This famous race was won a record 5 times by Kauto Star (jockey Ruby Walsh, trainer Paul Nicholls) during 2006-2009 and 2011. Kauto Star’s five wins is one more than Desert Orchid’s four wins. In 2016 Thistlecrack (jockey Tom Scudamore, trainer Colin Tizzard) won, and in 2015 Cue Card (jockey Paddy Brennan, trainer Colin Tizzard) won. The 2017 race will be broadcast live on itv.

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