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Aintree Grand National Pointers…

Aintree Grand National Day – Want some quick Dosage and Trends pointers?

Here you go….

 

Dosage Trends (From the last 15 renewals – 2 winners had less than 8 points and are not included in Analysis)

12 of the last 13 had a DI of 1.15 or below

11 or the last 13 had a CD of 0.11 or below

 

Race Trends (From the last 15 renewals)

15/15 had their last start between 16 & 42 days previous

13/15 had between 4 & 6 starts in current season

13/15 had between 10 & 25 previous chase starts

 

Running style of winner (From the last 15 renewals)

Front ran – 1 winner

Close to pace – 10 winners

Held up – 4 winners

 

Obviously I go into much more depth for my subscription service but these are some solid and quick pointers for anyone looking for a bit of an alternative way to narrow the Grand National Field.

If you want to know a bit more about the Dosage Method then simply sign up to the FREE NTF list and you will be able to download a copy of my ‘Intro to Dosage’ guide, along with numerous other FREE NTF guides.

Enjoy the National everyone and best of luck!

Ben (NTF)

 

2 responses to “Aintree Grand National Pointers…”

  1. I thought that you would have given a couple to think about based on dosage trends to interest us. How did your horses finish?

    • Brian

      If it is a race that is analysed for my subs the I won’t give selections on the Blog.

      Sunnyhill Boy, Killyglen & Organisedconfusion were my 3. The last 2 fell and I think we all know what happened to Sunnyhill Boy!! 1.03 in running then beaten by shortest winning distance in the history of the race!!

      Ben (NTF)

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