We’re building up to the Grand National on Saturday and the best bookmaker for each-way betting is clearly BetVictor who are offering Non-Runner No Bet on the big race and also six places when it comes to each-way bets.
You can enjoy ¼ odds for the first six places on this fantastic race, which means Victor will be issuing a bigger pay-out than any of their rivals at the time of writing, with over a seventh of the field promoting a return to customers as a result.
Teaforthree has been a popular antepost punt and the Rebecca Curtis horse is an 8/1 chance to claim victory as favourite this year, with a generous profit being realised if the runner finishes in the first six places and you have had an each-way bet.
However, we are looking beyond the race favourite and think that Pineau De Re could be a good horse to back at 16/1 considering you will get odds of 4/1 as a place with Dr Newland’s horse running impressively at the Cheltenham Festival.
Long Run has previously won the Gold Cup at the Cheltenham Festival and is joint-second favourite at odds of 12/1, with Tidal Bay also this price despite going off as top weight.
Monbeg Dude is a 14/1 chance and runs for Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips among others, while Burton Port has also been the subject of plenty of bets leading up to the big race.