Form Guide

Aintree Grand National Form Guide

Grand National Racing FormThere are 40 Grand National runners and we will be posting the form of each of these runners closer to the big day in the meantime we think it maybe useful for many who are not that familiar with some of the terms used to give a brief explanation of the general terms so that you are able to make a more informed decision when selecting your Grand National horse.

Example Horse Race Card and Form

For many the only time in the year that the general public open the racing pages of the newspaper is on Grand National day to see the race card in order to go through the runners and all the various details that are read for this card. We will cover some of the important things to look out for on the Grand National Race Card.

The race card starts with the number one horse which carries the top weight and works its way down the list of runners to number 40.

Grand National Race CardRacecards should be read from left to right and the first thing on the card is the colours that the jockey is wearing, this you will see the number of the horse, and then some very important information which specifically relates to the form of the horse over the horses last few runs, then there is the name of the race horse and his age with the name of the trainer and jockey shown here also.

So in summary most of the information on the race card is fairly standard but the key elements to consider on the card are the weight the horse is carrying, where the horse finished in the last few races and the age of the horse.

Grand National Odds Comparison

Many of you who are placing a bet on the Grand National will want to get the very best odds about your selection and we have all the prices from all the online bookmakers and betting exchange and this provides you the opportunity to get the very best price about your selection and the bookmaker offering this price.

Compare Bookmakers Grand National Odds