Shakalaka shortening in National

Last Updated: 05/04/14 1:47pm

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Shakalakaboomboom: Attracting plenty of support in the big one

Shakalakaboomboom: Attracting plenty of support in the big one

Sky Bet

Michael Shinners with what's hot and what's not in the Crabbie's Grand National for Sky Bet punters.

It's been a hectic morning in the Sky Bet office with everyone having Crabbie's Grand National fever. Michael Shinners provides the latest news.

What's Hot:
The three movers Shakalakaboomboom, Mr Moonshine and One In A Milan have all been backed and are poor results. The worst result in the book is Double Seven who continues to be well supported. If Tony McCoy had a couple a winners prior to the big race, the liability on Double will be even greater.

What's Not:
The three horses that have been friendless with Sky Bet punters are Last Time D’Albain, Quito De La Roque and Pineau De Re. If any of these horses win the great race it will be a tremendous result for the Sky Bet traders.

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