Paddy Power offering 5 each way places on 2019 Grand National

Paddy Power are one of a handful of bookmakers to already declare that they are offering 5 each-way places on the 2019 Randox Grand National. They are yet to go non runner no bet on the Aintree Festival showpiece event. The race is on 6th April, starting at 5.15pm.

Paddy Power 5 Each Way Places Grand National

Don’t rule out Paddy Power going 6 each way places just yet. I doubt the 5 places offer will be withdrawn, so it might be worth waiting and hoping for them to go 6 places. If they do do this, it is likely to be in the couple of days before the race.

As the Grand National is a handicapped 16+ horse race, the standard odds on this race should be 4 each-way places at a fourth of the odds. These days with bookmakers like Paddy Power pushing the boundary’s of gambling, it is fairly easy to get extra each way places on the Grand National. So don’t accept 4 each way places, look for 5, even 6.

About The Grand National

The Grand National is arguably – definitely Britain’s – most popular horse race. It is a handicapped steeplechase race with 40 runners taking part over the famous Aintree course in Liverpool.

Due to it’s popularity, it is a race that sees thousands of once a year punters come out and have a bet. Even if you never gamble, the chances are you will have a couple of quid each way on a horse in the Grand National.

5 Each Way Places On Grand National

It’s not just Paddy Power offering 5 each way places, there are more. Our dedicated bookmakers offering 5 each way places on the Grand National page will have plenty more information.

6 Each Way Places On Grand National

Closer to the day of the big race (Saturday 6th April) there will be bookmakers offering 6 each way places. This I am certain about. Over the past few years there has always been a bookie or two prepared to offer 6 each way place, there has even been 7 on extremely rare occasions. Keep checking back for 6 each way places, it does happen, but not until just before the race. In these circumstances, patience has to be applauded.

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