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Grand National Tips And Runners To Note From OLBG If Forecast Rain Arrives
Thursday 05 April 2012 at 12:17
The Grand National is just over a week away at the time of writing and the search for the best Grand National Tips and Odds intensifies every day. It is important to take a look at the weather forecast before the Grand National and some OLBG Tipsters are speculating that this year’s Grand National could be run on soft ground.
Weather Forecast Could Make Grand National Tips Change
A soft ground Grand National could make it a completely different race, lower weight will be favoured, massive amounts of proven stamina will be required and there should be less finishers than usual. OLBG Tipster Micko70 is warning punters that is exactly what you might need to look out for:
“I know it's pretty early but Long Range forecasts are never too far out, and we could be set for a Wet Meeting and possible soft going by Grand National Day. You might want to get your soft ground horses backed now in case the forecast is spot on.”
Soft Ground Horses To Look Out For
With that in mind budgie27 has some Grand National tips that should cope with any soft or false ground come Grand National day:
“Giles Cross is weighted to beat Le Beau Bai on their most recent head to heads. I don't see an obvious reason why Le Beau Bai won't finish as he has never fallen and jumps pretty big by and by.”
Those sentiments are echoed by Clearo611:
“I think Giles Cross and Le Beau Bai will be hopeful of a deluge. Certainly two to keep an eye on if it chucks it down!”
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