Betting apps for getting your Grand National bets ready
Feb 19, 2015 7:30 AM –
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There is already plenty of excitement building ahead of the 168th Grand National at Aintree in April as we edge closer to horseracing’s showpiece event. While there are a number of major races between now and April’s festival, those casual horseracing fans are fully focused on the Grand National and are already beginning to get their betting options finalised in order to try and take control of the fluctuating odds. While an estimated TV audience of more than 10 million will watch the race across the country, with 70,000 spectators passing through the turnstiles on the day in attendance at Aintree, there will be even more placing bets on the famous race at Aintree.
With almost a quarter of the UK’s adult population beginning to think about their Grand National bets, whether it’s in betting shops, on the internet or through a betting app. Betting apps have experienced a huge boost in popularity in recent years, with punters taking advantage of being able to take more control of their investment than ever before. That is the case whether it be laying bets early, in-play betting or any of the other host of benefits of using betting apps. This is particularly relevant following the recent announcement of the Grand National weights. So, which apps should you be looking out for in the run-up to this year’s Grand National?
Betting: the bet engine
Capable of handling up to 10 different systems, the bet engine is an advanced betting app that allows users to keep on top of all their bets at the same time, with a huge choice of in-built stop losses, profit targets and a virtual bank. Whether you’re a horse or greyhound racing fan, the bet engine is as comprehensive a system as you can find, and the seven-day trial period gives you the perfect chance to get to know how the betting bot works before you decide whether you want to pay for the full app.
News: Racing Post
It’s no surprise to see that the Racing Post ranks as the most downloaded horse racing app out there. From their detailed mobile racecards to their live raceday tab, you can find all your relevant betting odds, official ratings, ages, weight and form, not to mention the results service and commentary live from the course. No other app on the market offers racing fans as much as the Racing Post, either on iOS or Android. With some of the industry’s most admired tipsters working under the Racing Post umbrella, this is a must for those looking to get serious for this year’s Grand National.
Grand National: The Grand National Winners App
The Grand National Winners App is a brilliant way for casual fans to get to know previous winners of the world’s most famous race, such as last year’s Pineau De Re. Whether it’s in order to give you an advantage in your betting for this year’s race or if you’re just interested in looking back at some of the iconic former winners over the years, this app is a great tool for horse racing experts or those who are new to the sport. The trivia quiz gives the user the opportunity to test your knowledge and possibly get a better idea on who to back in April’s race. The detailed racecourse tab opens up the Aintree course and gives the user a chance to gain a deeper knowledge of the famous track in Liverpool. Easy to use and free to download, this is a brilliant little app that could be just what you’re looking for to give you everything you need to make some money at this year’s Grand National.