Grand National 2019 Ante Postcast



Maddy Playle, Tom Segal, Nick Watts and Bet365's Darren Hughes with a horse-by-horse ante-post guide to the Grand National 2019 at Aintree.

On the show:
– It's the biggest jumps race of the year, but will Grand National favourite Tiger Roll set off at the shortest price in it's history? Or does the price reflect the champion's dominance over the field?

– There's a strong lineup of Irish horses with the likes of Rathvinden, Pairofbrowneyes and Pleasant Company skipping Cheltenham with to focus on the race – can Step Back, Vintage Clouds or Lake View Lad step up to the challenge?

– The team pick some outsiders to look at, and have some tips for the Foxhunters Chase, while Tom Segal is a little worried about Altior in the Melling Chase…

Grand National NAPs
– Nick Watts: Step Back EW
– Tom Segal: Rathvinden or Yala Enki EW
– Darren Hughes: Shattered Love or Livelovelaugh EW

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Current Grand National lineup:
Tiger Roll
Anibale Fly
Rathvinden
Vintage Clouds
Lake View Lad
Bristol De Mai
Mall Dini
Rock The Kasbah
Pairofbrowneyes
Pleasant Company
Dounikos
Jury Duty
Ms Parfois
Noble Endeavour
One For Arthur
Ramses De Teilee
Ballyoptic
Royal Vacation
Blaklion
Potters Corner

Other horses:
Step Back, Up For Review, Walk In The Mill, Abolitionist, Alpha Des Obeaux, General Principle, Go Conquer, Minella Rocco, Valtor, Captain Redbeard, Carole’s Destrier, Isleofhopendreams, Folsom Blue, Joe Farrell, Out Sam, Shattered Love, The Young Master, Vieux Lion Rouge, Warriors Tale, Baie Des Iles, Cogry, Fact Of The Matter, Impulsive Star, Livelovelaugh, Magic Of Light, Mala Beach, Milansbar, Regal Encore, Sandymount Duke, Singlefarmpayment, The Storyteller, Ultragold, Vieux Morvan, Yala Enki, Daklondike, Don Poli, Monbeg Notorious, Outlander, Tea For Two, A Toi Phil, Blow By Blow, Call It Magic, Exitas, Highland Lodge, Just A Par, Kingswell Theatre, Looking Well, Measureofmydreams, Mr Diablo, Polydam, Red Infantry, Shantou Village, Splash Of Ginge, Sub Lieutenant, Valseur Lido, Ziga Boy, Bless The Wings, Kilcrea Vale, Morney Wing, Rathlin Rose, Scoir Mear


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20 Responses to “Grand National 2019 Ante Postcast”

  1. The bookies are a bunch of cheap skates. Even Red Rum was 7/1 at best and Tiger Roll is no Red Rum. Not taking away anything from Tiger Roll, there'll never be another Rummy.

  2. question you must ask is why are these tipsters not pro punters instead of newspaper tipsters if they are that good at picking horses. it's a bookies mug money horse to get the once a year punters. of course tiger roll is a good horse but 7-2 no way also carrying 11-05 lbs much harder.

  3. There must be at 20 horses well handicapped in this race so that doesn't help these newspaper tipsters all work for the bookies I'm sure of it pick your own fancy don't listen to this lot Every horse they mention has a question mark over it they couldn't tip rubbish

  4. Tom Segal talks tosh about only 10 – 13 horses having any chance. 40 starters=plenty of chances to get bought down/hampered. Owners entering horses into this race pay good money and will not splosh out on a no-hoper.

  5. What is the point it is just another race people just get drawn in oooh,,Grand national .Odds are odds what is the difference what the race is there are 7/2winners in races every day and a lot less risk involved .Screw the national .And how that moron can sit there and say there is 30 in there that wont win it well if there is one race to throw up a huge priced winner it is the bloody National .Regardless of the outcome it is a bookies benefit race ,as is much of the meeting .The one line of form to look for is horses that like speedy run races where they go too fast for the first half and runners returning to the meeting from last year that ran well .And another thing short priced runners are always bigger odds when in running on the day in all the races

  6. if nick watts had a lot of money on tiger roll in last years national, he would have been crapping himself as pleasant company bore down on a weakening tiger roll.
    if 'company' is better off at the weights this year, he must be a good bet.

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