There is a Maximum of 34 Horses running in the Grand National Race. These tickets have the Saddle Numbers 01 to 34 inside as a double so the winning ticket is the first 2 horses home *correct or reverse. For example: Horse 22 wins and 33 comes second, winning ticket is 22 33. Combination of doubles on 34 numbers *correct or reverse is 561. We can reduce the number of tickets in a set by giving more chances on the ticket like the sets below. Pick the amount of tickets you think will best suit your club then work out how much you want to charge per ticket and also the amount you want to pay out in prizes.
*correct or reverse explained: The doubles 01 to 34 are printed one way only, meaning that a ticket such as 07 12, there is no ticket 12 07. Therefore if the winning horse was number 12 and the second horse was number 07 the winning ticket would be 07 12 using the correct or reverse rule.