Irish Grand National Betting Tips 2014

One of the toughest staying chases in the Irish calendar the Irish Grand National will always attract a competitive field to Fairyhouse for the marathon event and as Lion Na Bearnai showed last year when winning at 33/1, it's certainly not an easy task of trying to find the winner of the race.

For another year we will have our resident tipster, Tom Lee, of RTE and Channel 4, and he will be looking through the form to try and unearth the winner of the race and aim to win our readers a few Euros in the process for what is set to be a magical contest on April 21st.

Check out Tom Lee's Tips here, as he aims to find the winner of the Irish National.

Irish Grand National 2014 Tip

Awaiting tip........


Short priced winners are rare in the Irish Grand National, only Desert Orchid, back in 1990 could be desribed as short priced. Most winners come in between the 9/1 and 33/1 bracket, which means that the race very often offers good value for the astute punter. Check Out the Latest Odds for the 2014 Irish Grand National


Horses aged between 6 and 10 usually win the Irish Grand National. Older horses tend to run out of steam when chalenged strongly by their younger rivals and younger horses tend to lack experience in such a difficult race.


Horses carrying 11st 4lb and under are the ones to look at. Anything heavier would have to be exceptional and in possible in the same league as the Irish Grand National legends, Arkle and Desert Orchid.


Horses that have shown good recent form, at least a top four finish, in the few weeks leading up to the race is worth a close look. It could be that the horse has been laid out for the race and is coming into form at just the right time for the Fairyhouse race on Easter Monday. 2014 Irish Grand National Form