I'm writing the introduction to my lengthy Grand National analysis after I have written my preview, thoughts and tips. As I have taken several hours to study the form and construct my write up, I shall try to waste little time in sending it out to you.
As I have said in previous years, you need luck in running in this race. Jockeys that keep their horses out of trouble are jockeys I like in races as cut throat and competitive as this one.
I've often tended to prefer horses with proven placed or winning form at Aintree . . .
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