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BetVictor paying six places on the 2014 Grand National

Teaforthree is a 10/1 chance to win the big race

Grand National punters can get tremendous each-way value on the big race with BetVictor

The Cheltenham Festival is over for another year and we’re now looking forward to the 2014 Grand National, with Boston Bob set to run for Willie Mullins after On His Own was withdrawn from the race this week.

The odds and field are starting to shape up for the Aintree showdown, with BetVictor now making the unprecedented step of offering excellent each-way terms of ¼ odds for the first six places, with no other bookmaker extending their place terms at this point in time.

It means some tremendous each-way value and punters will now be flocking to back Teaforthree who runs for Rebecca Curtis as the horse appears to be well handicapped for the National, with Rebecca Curtis reporting that her charge was in excellent nick following his Gold Cup run.

Teaforthree is a 10/1 chance to win the big race, while Tidal Bay is a 14/1 chance and trainer Paul Nicholls is confident of a big run from his main National contender despite the fact that the thirteen-year-old will be top weight for the race.

New BetVictor customers can enjoy a free £25 bet when they register, with this firm recently sponsoring the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, while they also offer excellent money back specials on football matches.

Long Run is a 16/1 chance and has the class to travel well over the big Aintree obstacles, while Monbeg Dude is set to have a big run and can be backed at 20/1.

All odds were correct at time of posting.