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Midlands Grand National tips for Saturday's Listed race. Always an extreme test of stamina even on decent ground, the Midlands Grand National is Uttoxeter' biggest race of the year, with more than £70,000 on offer to the winner.. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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Always a competitive contest but the Richard Newland yard are in flying form and in WEST OF THE EDGE they have a leading contender for this famous prize. He was only just run out of things late on in the Eider last time out, he can gain his just reward here. Get On The Yager and The Artful Cobbler look the biggest threats to him, both progressive staying chasers. It wouldn’t be a surprise if Bronco Billy were to show up well at a big price.

Themanfrom Minella
J: Max Kendrick T: Ben Case
Relishes three miles in deep ground, but has pulled up all three starts when going three and a half or more. That fate befell him in the Eider last time out, hard to support with any confidence with such a gaping hole of a question mark in his stamina.
Back To The Thatch
J: Tom O'Brien T: Henry Daly
Has always given the impression that he was killing time before trying these sort of trips, relishing a proper test of stamina at Chepstow in January. Was still tanking along when coming down in the Eider last time, too early to know what would’ve happened but is very young (six) to be winning such a brutal stamina test.
Bob Ford
J: Sean Bowen T: Dr Richard Newland
Twenty-nine runs under rules have yielded seven wins but pulled up eleven times, he is the poster child for Jekyll and Hyde characters. Relishes deep ground and stays at least 3m 4f but pulled up both times he has tried this race so easy enough to pass over.
Plus Jamais
J: Ross Chapman T: Iain Jardine
Last three wins have all come at Newcastle, the latest pair at 2m 4f. Runner-up from the most recent of those successes has won since to frank the form, but he is yet to race beyond three miles. Cannot be supported given such a huge jump in trip.
Krackatoa King
J: Leighton Aspell T: Kerry Lee
Winner here over 3m 2f in November, he is a dour stayer. Tends to ply his trade at a lower level than this so although conditions suit him well, he doesn’t look to have the necessary class to score.
The Artful Cobbler
J: Andrew Tinkler T: Henry Daly
The switch to chasing has seen him come alive, winner of the Surrey National last time over the longest trip he has tried. This will be the deepest contest that he has run in but he is a strong traveller and promises to be suited by the step up in trip. A little more improvement can see him involved.
Billy Bronco
J: Adam Wedge T: Evan Williams
Solid effort when stepped up to a marathon trip for the first time at Catterick when last seen. He has only had eight starts in his life so is the least exposed of the field, his yard winning this in 2016. Clearly needs to up his game but is a bigger price than expected.
Russe Blanc
J: Derek Fox T: Kerry Lee
Winner of the Classic Chase in 2016, he has regressed badly ever since. Pulled up over that same course and distance the last twice so despite being four pounds lower than when scoring, he cannot be supported in his current heart.
J: Tom Bellamy T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Stays three miles well, though predominantly on better ground than this. Stopped quickly on deep ground at Haydock over shorter than this back in November. Stamina is a huge concern off the back of that effort.
West Of The Edge
J: Will Kennedy T: Dr Richard Newland
Really progressed well since joining this yard, a gallant runner-up in the Eider three weeks ago. Stays well and relishes deep ground so has plenty of ticks in the right boxes. Unlucky to bump into a fellow improver there, he can claim his just reward by winning this.
J: Danny Cook T: Sue Smith
Deep ground suits him well, specifically at Haydock where he won over 3m 4f earlier in the season. Stamina ran out up the straight in the Eider last time, this is a slightly easier test on this sharper track but have to be concerned that others will see it out better once more.
Get On The Yager
J: Harry Skelton T: Dan Skelton
Done well for stepping up in trip this season, relishing deep ground. “He’s the type for the big staying chases” was the debrief after his win at Wetherby at Christmas, he has a chance to prove that right. Progressing well, lightly enough raced to have more to come if his stamina holds.
J: Mr Jack Andrews T: Neil King
Responded well to first time blinkers and a forceful ride to land the Classic Chase at Warwick. Didn’t jump with the same fluency in the Eider but was placed in this race in 2016 from three pounds higher. Has a squeak if allowed a soft lead, will struggle if not.
J: Mr Zac Baker T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Tough to predict when he will have a going day, it wasn’t one when pulled up in this race last season. Is a dour stayer, but the very best of his form comes when there is less cut in the ground than he is going to face here.
Western Climate
J: James Bowen T: Tom Weston
Wide margin winner at Exeter on New Year’s Day, it’s probable that his next start came up plenty quick enough. Stays three miles strongly, with heavy conditions no issue, but this is a very different test so stamina for the extra mile has to be taken on trust if supporting.
Alfie Spinner
J: Richard Patrick T: Kerry Lee
Remarkable campaigner, runner-up in the Welsh National last time at the age of thirteen. Uttoxeter has not been such a happy hunting ground, twice well beaten in this contest in the past. Others make more appeal given that track record.
Regal Flow
J: Sean Houlihan T: Bob Buckler
Strong stayer, he is twice a winner on deep ground this season. The most recent of those was only five days ago so this is a quick turnaround. Stayed that three and a half miles well but a penalty takes him to a career high mark in a deep race. Tough to support.
J: Bryony Frost T: Paul Nicholls
Better hurdler than chaser, he ran a respectable race in the Welsh National, running on for fifth. Is three pounds lower now so needs to be respected, but the impression is that he just struggles with his jumping of fences which is always going to hold him back.

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