A comprehensive look at the form of the runners in the Scottish Grand National. Grand National form and tips guide. Free bets and online betting odds with the latest horseracing form for the Aintree Grand National. A form guide for the Grand National, how to read racing form for Aintree. OLBG , part of Invendium Ltd Cookies. Premier Bond Twice a winner in January, Premier Bond put up a career best when third in the Kim Muir Handicap Chase at last month's Cheltenham Festival, and Nicky Henderson's charge could be one of the improving performers taking their chance here, and is a prominent figure in the Scottish Grand National Betting. Pulled up six times in past eight races, but did win Ascot's Silver Cup two starts ago and would probably be suited to drying ground. A gallant runner-up in last season's Grand National, The Last Samuri will face a much stiffer task in this year's renewal, as he will have the burden of top weight. Betfair Guardian Sport Eurosport UK Daily Mail Football Cricinfo BBC Sport ESPN UK. Aintree Grand National Contact Us At Moneta. Gewinnspiel tiere Red has already racked up three wins this season, and he will head to Aintree original real book fine form having been last seen storming to victory in the Grimthorpe Handicap Chase at Haydock Park last month. Looks up against it unless his trainer can produce another flash of genius that saw Rule The World win the race 12 months ago. Grade 1 winner swerved Cheltenham to be in perfect shape for. Ran fine race when sixth in the Gold Cup. Placed behind some decent horses like Many Clouds and Native River this season. Real news has value. Smart performer who was fifth in March's Cheltenham Gold Cup. We reserve the right to remove any content at any time from this Community, including without limitation if it violates the Community Standards. Definitly Red is the clear form pick at the weights, but whether he deserves to be at least half the price of most of his opponents is another question. One of the team owned by airline boss Michael O'Leary's Gigginstown House Stud, which scored with Rule The World last year. Sure to be popular with the red half of Merseyside. Winner at Wincanton on chasing debut last May and has been shaping as though this sort of trip will suit, latterly when sixth after getting behind in Kim Muir at Cheltenham. Needs a sound surface to be seen at his best and has not run since winning in June due to a setback.