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The Keno Grand National style uses another popular gambling alternative, horse racing, to inspire its imagery and number board. The charming style has each of the forty numbers represent different horses, each with its own inspired name like “Jammy Dodger” or “Liza’s Leaky Bucket.” As they run across the finish line, numbers are chosen from the Keno board. Hopefully you chose correctly!

When you’ve seen one Keno game, you’ve seen them all. However, the little differences between Keno varieties can make all the difference. For instance, Keno Grand National earns big points with its smooth graphics and simple interface. It provides all the information you might need, including a payoff schedule that helps you decide how many numbers to bet for the maximum chances of success. In Keno, the more numbers you bet, the greater your chance of one of them being chosen, but the lower your payout for each correct choice.

Apart from the buttons letting you choose up to eight numbers on the forty-number board, there are only five buttons: two to raise or lower your stake, one to choose a random selection of numbers, one to clear the board and one to play. They are intuitively organized for easy access.

Grand National Keno is a classic Keno game. Its payoff schedule injects a little complex strategy into an otherwise simple game, and its cute aesthetic is sure to please horse racing fans as well as people who enjoy smooth graphics. Try out Grand National Keno at Ladbrokes Games today!

Grand National Keno is a well-designed version of a classic casino game. Try it or dozens of other Keno varieties at Ladbrokes Games today!

The 2012 Grand National is nearly here – The race is an annual event held near Liverpool, England at Aintree Racecourse. This year’s field promises to be as strong and entertaining as ever. Last years winner Ballabriggs will be back to defend his crown from the likes of Burton Port, Alfa Beat & Le Beau Bai. Follow the links if you want to check out all the horses in this years Grand National.

The three-day event begins on Thursday, 12 April, 2012, with Liverpool Day. Liverpool Day not only features the John Smith’s Foxhunter’s Steeple Chase and the Grade 1 Totesport Bowl feature race, but is also a celebration for the city of Liverpool. Several entertainment events are planned for the kickoff celebration on Thursday 12 April. This year’s Liverpool Day has been the focus of the community and should provide for an excellent community festival in association with the world’s most famous race because of the number of additional events planned for this season.

The festivities continue on Friday 13 April with Ladies Day, which is a traditional event that features fashion and style from the female attendants. Various goody bags and prize giveaways for the ladies are part of the plan during this year’s festivities. The focus on the ladies is not the only order of the day, of course. Every day of the championship extravaganza is a race day, as the John Smith’s Melling Steeple Chase is the featured race of the day. This has been a highly challenged event in the past few years and should be the same this year.

The Grand National Horse Race is finally run on Saturday 14 April and is the culmination of the week’s schedule. The championship has a storied past among racehorse professionals and within the British culture. It is a specialized race industry that is native to the United Kingdom and enjoyed by everyone up to the Royal Family, who are not only big fans, but are horse owners themselves.

The Grand National Horse Race is an historic event dating back officially to 1839, though there were predecessors to the first official race, and it has been an iconic representation of United Kingdom sports very similar to its professional golf tournaments. The Aintree Racecourse is one of the most difficult courses in the world and provides an excellent course to test the best of the steeple chase racehorse class. The energy infused by the local city of Liverpool, with a population of over 400,000 and a surrounding urban area of over 800,000, will make this year’s championship a major success and well worth attending.

The United Kingdom prides itself on it’s amazing and prestigious horse races. The Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival is one of the most prestigious races in the United Kingdom. The Festival is within the calendar of National Hunt Racing. It draws all types of jockeys and their horses, with the amount of prize money being second to the Grand National race. Taking place every year in March, The Festival is held in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. However it is most popular with Irish horse enthusiasts because it coincides with St. Patrick’s Day. Most of horses that race at the festival are British and Irish.

Cheltenham Gold Cup

The third day will be St. Patrick’s Thursday, where jockeys and spectators celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a few competitive races and the last and most important day is Cheltenham Gold Cup Day. Many consider Cheltenham Gold Cup Day as the best betting day at the festival.

As might be expected, 2011 Gold Cup winner Long Run is the early favourite to repeat. However, two-time Cup winner Kauto Star cannot be ignored, especially when remembering the horse’s thirteen-length victory in 2009. Kauto Star is currently second on the board. If Kauto Star will prove a popular winner if he can find his form after a very bad preparation for the race. Outsiders like ‘Weird Al’ also stand a good chance if the ground suits them.

Once the festival is over the National Hunt season only has one big race left – The Grand National! if you can pick a out winning horse in that race you’ll be beating the odds for sure.

Coral Betting or Gala Coral Group Ltd as it is also known is Britains third largest bookmaker. In October 2005 Coral Bookmakers merged with Eurobet for £2.18 billion. The acquisition made it the UK’s third largest bookmaker and largest bingo operator. It also owns over 30 casinos.

As you’d expect from a large UK bookmaker they operate a web site which is full of betting opportunities from the International Rugby, APT Tennis to betting on TV shows like big brother.

If you are interested in betting on events like the Cheltenham Festival or the Grand National then Coral covers all those events in detail.

The Grand National is England’s most watched horse race and one of the worlds greatest spectacles. Each year 40 horse tackle the impressive Aintree race course for the honour of being the national champion.

www.Grand-National.me.uk gives you the low down on all aspects for the big race, from the latest National Odds to all the Grand National runners and tips for picking a winner.

A new site is now available for those wishing to get hot tips for the grand national horse race ~ you can get all the info here Grand National Tips.

If you’re looking for the latest live odds on UK and Irish horse racing then check out the excellent www.horseracingodds.me.uk for full up to the minute odds and course information.

Charles Swan is the greatest Irish-based jump jockey ever to be denied a victory in the Grand National. He was Ireland’s champion jump jockey nine times and was the first in Ireland to ride 150 winners in a season, and the first to reach 1,000 winners. Yet eight attempts at the National, and his best placing was fifth place on Lastofthebrownies in 1990, which was his debut in the race.

Born on January 20th 1968, Charlie cried the first time he watched the Grand National on the television – he was just seven years old and he was watching his father Captain Donald Swan crash out at the fourth after leading from the start, on his own horse Zimulator, a 100/1 outsider. His father had him riding a pony at the age of four, and had him helping to break in horses by the age of eight – he rode his first winner Final Assault at Naas in March 1983, at the age of fifteen, after which followed a four year apprenticeship with trainer Kevin Prendergast, where he rode 57 winners on the Flat and shared a flat in Kildare with Kieren Fallon.