Welsh Grand National Odds 2013
Monbeg Dude was a superb winner of the 2012 Welsh National as Paul Carberry produced a fantastically well-timed ride to soar past the well-backed Teaforthree in the closing stages and the 2013 running is sure to be another thriller with some star names sparkling in the 2013 Welsh National Betting.
Down the years some first rate stayers have etched their name in Welsh National history and the most recent star to use it as a springboard to more glory was Synchronised who went on to lift the Cheltenham Gold Cup crown in stunning fashion.
This year's race is likely to be another exceptional race with all the horses set for a tough test for the runners. It is always a stamina test at Chepstow at Christmas with the ground more often than not heavy so punters will need to be looking for the horses with the proven stamina as well as being able to handle the conditions.
The Welsh National history goes back to 1895 when it was first run and the Chepstow racecourse took over the running of the Coral Welsh National in 1948. The Welsh National is the first of the Grand Nationals of the season and as such is always eagerly awaited. It is run very early in the season with the other three major Nationals, the Grand National at Aintree, the Irish National at Fairyhouse in Ireland and the Scottish National at Ayr all taking place at the end of the season
2013 Welsh National Betting Guide
Our aim for our readers is to share with you some of the key elements of having a bet on this great race. We aim to provide you with all the main elements of the Welsh National betting information that will assist you in narrowing down you Coral Welsh National selection and you can now check out our Welsh National tip. By the very fact that the Welsh National takes place at the early stage of the season and in the middle of winter the ground always plays a major part when considering the Welsh National form.
Once you have come up with the horse you want to back for the race make sure you check out our Welsh National free bets which come from all the major Online Bookmakers and are available for first time users to their sites
Welsh Grand National Runners 2013
There will always be a decent sized field for the Welsh Grand National as it gives the stayers out there the chance to claim a big prize, the weather can play a big part in the size of the field particularly if we get heavy conditions as normal at Christmas. At this stage we have some excellent potential Welsh Grand National Runners with the likes of Synchronised, Maktu, Watamu Bay and Dream Alliance all holding entries to the race at this early stage. We will get a better idea of potential runners for the the big arce when the weights are announced with connections left with some tough decisions, have their runners beeen trated failty or will they scratch if they disagree with the handicapper?
Welsh Grand National Form Guide 2013
Punters are well advised to keep across the Welsh Grand National Form Guide before making a bet on the big race at Chepstow; it is one of those races where the form of the runners going into the race is all important with the tough conditions. We will be following all of the main contenders in the betting right up until race day as we pick out all the key performances that will have a big bearing on the Chepstow showpiece.
The Form Guide will feature those most likely to feature at the business end of the race and punters should be looking for those horses that will suit the likely wet and heavy conditions, as well as those who have the experience over the trip on the card at Chepstow.
Welsh Grand National Tips
The Welsh Grand National is one of the biggest races on the National Hunt Calendar and is the biggest day of the year for Chepstow Racecourse, with that in mind it is also a huge betting event with plenty of money wagered over the Christmas period. Punters across Wales and the UK will be looking to get involved with the race meaning the Welsh Grand National Tips are always worth taking in. There are a number of general tips that are worth taking note of before making a bet while our editorial team will be pouring over the stats to give their tip for the race which has proven to be a tough one for punters over recent years.
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