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Betting the Aintree Grand National

Aintree racecourse holds the Grand National on the first Saturday of April. The Grand National is the main race of the three-day meeting and is the leading steeplechase race of the year. With a TV audience of hundreds of millions across the world it is one of the most popular events on the sporting calendar.

Grand National Bet

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Special Bets you can do on the Grand National

All these bets are also available at Bet365 and you can also bet online on the day of the race.

Last Five Grand National Races

2004 - Amberleigh House won the 2004 Grand National to give Red Rum trainer Ginger McCain a fairytale fourth victory in the world's most famous steeplechase.

2003 - Aintree was more like Royal Ascot on Saturday as the weather was warm and sunny. This helped boost the crowds, who have turned up in record numbers at this year's Grand National meeting. The winner of the race was Monty's Pass, Barry Geraghty, Jimmy Mangan, Dee Racing Syndicate 16/1

2002 - A maximum field of 40 horses set off with The Last Fling taking up the lead early on until a fall at the Canal Turn on the second circuit. Bindaree and What's Up Boys then took up the lead and pulled free from the rest of the field resulting in a tight finish with Bindaree just taking the honours. Ten horses completed the race.

2001 - Only 4 horses completed the course in very heavy going with Red Marauder ridden by Richard Guest the clear winner from Smarty in second place. Third and fourth respectively were Blowing Wind and Papillon after the jockeys remounted. These were the only four horses to complete the course.

2000 - Irish father and son Ted and Ruby Walsh won the race with "Papillon" who was subject of a huge morning gamble dropping odds from 33-1 down to around 12-1 netting a supposed £1m coup.

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