2023 Grand National Betting Odds at Aintree racecourse

Saturday, 15 April 2023

The Grand National is the most famous horse race in the world and there are going to be hundreds of millions of viewers watching this long-distance encounter at Aintree Racecourse. It’s always interesting to see where the money is going ahead of the race starting, with Any Second Now and Delta Work the horses who have been gambled.

Delta Work was the rather unpopular winner of the 2022 Cross Country Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, with the Gigginstown horse having edged out stablemate Tiger Roll on the run-in, although punters might be keen to wager on a runner who has so much class and Any Second Now is one of the JP McManus-owned charges in the race.

15/04 17:15Best Odds
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Noble YeatsNoble Yeats
betiton20/1
10/110/110/120/1
Any Second NowAny Second Now
betiton20/1
16/116/114/120/1
Longhouse PoetLonghouse Poet
betiton33/1
16/120/116/133/1
Corach RamblerCorach Rambler
betiton33/1
20/116/116/133/1
IwilldoitIwilldoit
Unibet22/1
16/122/116/1
Gaillard Du MesnilGaillard Du Mesnil
betiton25/1
20/120/120/125/1
Delta WorkDelta Work
betiton25/1
20/125/120/125/1
HewickHewick
betiton28/1
16/125/125/128/1
Le MilosLe Milos
Unibet25/1
25/125/120/1
RemasteredRemastered
Unibet25/1
25/125/120/1
Ashtown LadAshtown Lad
Unibet25/1
20/125/125/1
The Big DogThe Big Dog
Unibet25/1
25/125/125/1
Carefully SelectedCarefully Selected
Unibet25/1
25/125/125/1
Lifetime AmbitionLifetime Ambition
Unibet25/1
25/125/125/1
ConflatedConflated
Unibet33/1
20/133/125/1
The Big BreakawayThe Big Breakaway
Unibet33/1
25/133/125/1
Mr IncredibleMr Incredible
Bet36533/1
33/125/125/1
GalvinGalvin
Bet36533/1
33/125/125/1
CapodannoCapodanno
Bet36533/1
33/125/125/1
DarassoDarasso
Unibet40/1
25/140/125/1
Envoi AllenEnvoi Allen
888sport33/1
25/133/133/1
PencilfullofleadPencilfulloflead
Bet36533/1
33/133/133/1
Lord LariatLord Lariat
betiton50/1
33/133/133/150/1
Kitty's LightKitty's Light
888sport33/1
33/128/1
The ShunterThe Shunter
Bet36533/1
33/133/133/1
Minella CroonerMinella Crooner
Unibet40/1
25/140/140/1
Escaria TenEscaria Ten
Unibet40/1
33/140/133/1
Diol KerDiol Ker
Unibet40/1
33/140/140/1
HappygoluckyHappygolucky
Unibet40/1
33/140/140/1
Fury RoadFury Road
Unibet50/1
33/150/133/1
Ain't That A ShameAin't That A Shame
Bet36540/1
40/140/140/1
Royale PagailleRoyale Pagaille
Unibet50/1
33/150/140/1
Minella TimesMinella Times
Unibet50/1
40/150/133/133/1
Enjoy D'allenEnjoy D'allen
Unibet50/1
40/150/133/133/1
Chris's DreamChris's Dream
Unibet50/1
33/150/1
Sam BrownSam Brown
Unibet50/1
50/150/140/1
Our PowerOur Power
888sport50/1
40/150/150/1
DunboyneDunboyne
888sport50/1
40/150/150/1
Ash Tree MeadowAsh Tree Meadow
Bet36550/1
50/150/150/1
PunitivePunitive
Bet36550/1
50/150/150/1
Chemical EnergyChemical Energy
Bet36550/1
50/150/150/1
ThreeunderthrufiveThreeunderthrufive
888sport50/1
50/150/150/1
FiddlerontheroofFiddlerontheroof
888sport50/1
50/150/150/133/1
Sporting JohnSporting John
888sport66/1
50/140/166/1
Burrows SaintBurrows Saint
Unibet66/1
40/166/150/1
Cloudy GlenCloudy Glen
Unibet66/1
40/166/150/1
Mister CoffeyMister Coffey
Unibet66/1
50/166/150/1
Quick WaveQuick Wave
Unibet66/1
50/166/150/1
Coko BeachCoko Beach
Bet36566/1
66/166/140/1
Gin On LimeGin On Lime
Unibet66/1
40/166/166/1
Minella TrumpMinella Trump
Unibet66/1
50/166/166/1
Ga LawGa Law
Unibet66/1
66/166/150/1
Franco De PortFranco De Port
Unibet66/1
50/166/166/1
Cape GentlemanCape Gentleman
Unibet100/1
40/1100/150/1
Freewheelin DylanFreewheelin Dylan
888sport66/1
66/1
FakieraFakiera
Unibet66/1
66/166/166/1
FortescueFortescue
Bet36566/1
66/166/166/1
FarclasFarclas
Bet36566/1
66/166/166/1
Riders Onthe StormRiders Onthe Storm
Unibet66/1
66/166/1
Recite A PrayerRecite A Prayer
Unibet66/1
66/166/166/1
RapperRapper
Bet365100/1
100/150/150/1
Darrens HopeDarrens Hope
Unibet80/1
66/180/166/1
Secret ReprieveSecret Reprieve
Unibet100/1
50/1100/180/1
Cilaos EmeryCilaos Emery
888sport100/1
66/166/1100/1
Gabbys CrossGabbys Cross
Unibet100/1
66/1100/166/1
VanillierVanillier
Bet365100/1
100/166/166/1
Eva's OskarEva's Oskar
Bet365100/1
100/166/166/1
Grumpy CharleyGrumpy Charley
Bet365100/1
100/180/166/1
Back On The LashBack On The Lash
Unibet150/1
50/1150/150/1
Milan NativeMilan Native
Unibet100/1
50/1100/1100/1
Frontal AssaultFrontal Assault
Bet365100/1
100/1100/150/1
Nearly PerfectNearly Perfect
Bet365100/1
100/166/1100/1
Hill SixteenHill Sixteen
Bet365100/1
100/1100/166/1
MortalMortal
Unibet100/1
100/1100/166/1
GevreyGevrey
Bet365100/1
100/166/1100/1
Death DutyDeath Duty
Bet365100/1
100/1100/180/1
FantastikasFantastikas
Bet365150/1
150/166/180/1
Francky Du BerlaisFrancky Du Berlais
Unibet100/1
100/1100/1100/1
Velvet ElvisVelvet Elvis
Bet365100/1
100/1100/1100/1
Born By The SeaBorn By The Sea
Unibet100/1
100/1100/1100/1
Captain KangarooCaptain Kangaroo
Bet365100/1
100/1100/1100/1
Defi BleuDefi Bleu
Unibet100/1
100/1100/1100/1
A Wave Of The SeaA Wave Of The Sea
Unibet100/1
100/1100/1100/1
Glamorgan DukeGlamorgan Duke
Unibet100/1
100/1100/1100/1
BattleoverdoyenBattleoverdoyen
Bet365150/1
150/1100/1100/1
Roi MageRoi Mage
Bet365150/1
150/1100/1100/1
Captain CattistockCaptain Cattistock
Unibet150/1
150/1150/1100/1

2022 Grand National Odds and Tips

Delta Work looks like an interesting runner in the 2022 Grand National, with Gordon Elliott having already saddled Tiger Roll to victory on two occasions in this race, while the Irish handler was also successful with Silver Birch in 2007. Perhaps he will be in the winners’ enclosure another time with a horse that jumped like a stag in the Cross Country Chase.

There was some controversy over why Delta Work actually ran in the Cross Country Chase against Tiger Roll, although the nine-year-old travelled well on the softening ground and was very comfortable over three miles and six furlongs. Having made no impression in the Savills Chase at Leopardstown, it’s clear that the horse is better suited to longer trips.

Any Second Now finished third in the 2021 Grand National and has a lot more weight to carry this time around, although the eight-year-old should get a tremendous spin again and could be open to further improvement. Let’s not forget he was badly hampered by a faller twelve months ago and still only finished eight lengths off the pace.

Gordon Elliott has a number of other viable contenders and that includes Escaria Ten who recently produced an impressive performance when finishing second in the Tote Bobbyjo Chase at Fairyhouse. That will have been an encouraging warm-up race, while Farclas and Run Wild Fred are other Gigginstown horses that could be in the shake-up.

Farclas finished second in the 2021 Paddy Power Plate Handicap Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, with the runner then landing fifth in the 2021 Grand National although it’s a big ask to see the horse find thirty lengths of improvement, while Run Wild Fred will come into this race after a positive spin in the National Hunt Challenge Cup Amateur Jockeys' Novices' Chase.

Snow Leopardess is going to be one of the horses near the foot of the Grand National racecard, with the ten-year-old having won all three races this season including an Aintree heat. A victory in the Unibet Becher Handicap Chase over three miles and two furlongs on the Grand National fences will have been massively encouraging to connections.


Who is the 2021 Grand National Betting Favourite?

Tiger Roll won’t be lining up in the 2021 Grand National despite winning this race in 2018 and 2019 while also showing a return to form by comfortably winning the Cross Country Chase at the 2021 Cheltenham Festival, although Cloth Cap is the strong betting favourite with the racing bookies and the horse is trading at a best price 4/1 with the horse racing betting sites.

Cloth Cap is trained by Jonjo O’Neill and seems to be off a favourable handicap mark of 10-5, with the horse having finished third to Frodon and West Approach in the Matchbook Betting Exchange Handicap Chase back in October before scoring a couple of victories to set him on the right track as far as the Grand National betting is concerned.

Cloth Cap won the Ladbrokes Trophy Chase on 28 November when winning at bookies odds of 9/1 and recently obliged in the listed bet365 Premier Chase at Kelso which was run over two miles and seven furlongs, so the horse has been passing every test with flying colours this season and many racing betting tips are for the nine-year-old to claim a Grand National victory on 10 April.

Which Other Horses are Among the Betting Market Leaders?

You obviously need a bit of luck to win any Grand National considering that the distance is a daunting four miles, two-and-a-half furlongs, with thirty fences to be jumped in total and some will not want to back the Grand National betting favourite at such short odds, when they can get better horse racing odds by backing some of the other leading contenders each-way and get a healthy return if their horse finishes in the frame.

There have been a number of Grand National betting tips for Any Second Now and the Ted Walsh-trained horse has been heavily backed over the past few months, with the leading best bookmakers now offering a best price 10/1 about a nine-year-old who recently returned to the track and won the Grade 2 Webster Cup Chase over two miles on heavy ground.

Two years ago, Any Second Now won the Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Riders' Handicap Chase at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival and the fact that many leading betting sites are offering each-way racing terms that include the first six places will make sure this horse has plenty of appeal.

Burrows Saint was among the betting favourites to win the 2020 Grand National before it was cancelled and trainer Willie Mullins will be bidding to win this famous horse race for just the second time after previously obliging with Hedgehunter in 2005, with the Irish handler having enjoyed a fine time of things at the 2021 Cheltenham Festival.

Many Irish punters will be placing their Grand National bets on Burrows Saint who is trading at a best price 12/1 and the eight-year-old has been lightly raced this season with the Aintree Grand National in mind, with the horse recently sent off at betting odds of 9/4 to win the Bobbyjo Chase at Fairyhouse on 27 February and he ran into a credible second on that occasion.


2021 Grand National betting preview

For obvious reasons, the 2020 Grand National was cancelled and racing fans were left disappointed at not being able to bet on the world’s most famous steeplechase which traditionally takes place at the beginning of April each year at Aintree Racecourse.

However, the 2021 Grand National is set to go ahead next year and it should be a special occasion where racegoers are likely to be in attendance, with Aintree hoping that it’s business as usual when it comes to hosting this prestigious race which attracts many star runners.

When Does the 2021 Grand National Take Place?

The 2021 Grand National takes place on Saturday 10 April 2021, with the race expected to start at 5.15pm where forty runners and riders will line up in their bid to make history and become the latest winner of his historic race.

The 2021 Grand National Festival is actually set to run between Thursday 8 April 2021 – Saturday 10 April 2021, with three days of high quality National Hunt racing culminating in the Aintree Grand National.

Can Tiger Roll Land a Delayed Hat-Trick of Grand National Wins?

Tiger Roll was all set to line up in the 2020 Grand National, with trainer Gordon Elliott excited about the horse taking up the opportunity to land a third consecutive victory in the race although the Michael O’Leary-owned charge was unable to compete following a second-placed finish in the Cheltenham Festival Cross Country Chase.

However, there seems little reason why Tiger Roll won’t be among the runners for this clash and it will be interesting to see what handicap weight is afforded to the little horse with a massive engine, although the favourite still needs to beat thirty-nine contenders.

Who Are the Other 2021 Grand National Betting Favourites?

Willie Mullins is not renowned for necessarily training many of the runners that line up in a Grand National, with the Irish handler more associated with winning hurdlers at the Cheltenham Festival, although he might have a superstar in the form of Burrows Saint.

The seven-year-old could be coming towards peak age by the time that the 2021 Grand National comes around and the horse is among the favourites, with the horse winning a Punchestown race over hurdles last Christmas which was over a distance of two miles and four furlongs.

JP McManus has tasted success in the Grand National before and the famous Irish owner could have Easysland among the other runners in the field, with the horse beating Tiger Roll in the 2019 Cross Country Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.

How to Bet on the 2021 Grand National Odds

The 2021 Grand National is going to be a huge betting extravaganza and there is the opportunity to bet on the antepost betting markets so that you can place wagers on the outright market and potentially get a bigger price about a horse running in advance.

However, there are risks associated to antepost punting and it pays to wait until the forty horses are confirmed to decide which way to bet. You can then choose to back a number of runners on the day and many punters favour each-way betting selections where you can enjoy a profit if you back a horse and it ends up finishing second, third or fourth.


2020 Grand National Betting Tips

There are forty horses that will be lining up in the 2020 Grand National on Saturday 4 April, with this race taking place at 5.15pm UK time and it looks to be a typically wide open affair.

However, a large portion of the media will focus on one particular runner that is bidding to make horse racing history by winning the Grand National for a third successive occasion, with Tiger Roll having landed the spoils in 2018 before doing the same twelve months later.

There was certainly some consternation from connections after discovering that the ten-year-old would be carrying 11-10 for the race, meaning that Tiger Roll is the joint-top weighted horse along with Delta Work which also hails from the same stable.

Tiger Roll is not a big horse although he has proven himself to have a remarkable engine to get round the formidable Aintree racecourse, while he’s capable of putting in a clean bill of jumping and has barely put a foot wrong on the previous two renewals.

The Tiger is a best price 11/2 to land that consecutive hat-trick for Michael O’Leary and it would appear that he’s in line to race at the Cross Country at the Cheltenham Festival which was the same path to Aintree as last year before landing the big one on Merseyside.

Trainer Gordon Elliott has declared himself happy with his stable star, with the horse recently getting a spin at Cheltenham where he tackled a handful of obstacles and showed himself to be back to his best.

"He's come over for a trip away and he's had a nice school around," said trainer Gordon Elliott.

"We were very happy with him. He just jumped a few hedges, which is what we've done with him for the last couple of years now. Keith (O’Donoghue) was very happy with him too."

Can Burrows Saint Can Beat Tiger Roll?

Every other horse in the 2020 Grand National is currently trading at double figure prices, although there has been money for Burrows Saint who will be carrying a stone less than the race favourite, with Willie Mullins having high hopes when it comes to this seven-year-old pretender.

The horse rose to prominence when finishing fourth in the BetVictor Beginners Chase a year ago, with the horse then returning to Gowran Park to land a victory before triumphs at Limerick and Fairyhouse.

This season, there were December appearances at Fairyhouse and Punchestown, with the former being a Grade 1 affair where the horse finished a creditable third before claiming a victory over hurdles at the latter.

Any Second Now is another one for the shortlist and this horse will have an even bigger weight advantage over Tiger Roll, with the horse carrying 10-6 and the eight-year-old has proven stamina which should bode well for the big race.

The horse won at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival when scooping the Kim Muir, with the runner then falling in the Irish Grand National, although there was plenty to like about a performance in a Grade 3 race at Naas recently, with it was a decent spin over two miles on heavy ground.

What Are Good Each-Way Bets in the National?

Walk In The Mill is a best priced 20/1 with Ladbrokes although other bookmakers have the horse at shorter odds, with the Robert Walford-trained charge currently outside the top forty in the weights although he’s likely to sneak in between now and early April.

Kimberlite Candy is also off the same weight and the eight-year-old will run in the familiar colours of JP McManus and finished second to Walk In The Mill in the Becher Handicap Chase when the pair clashes at Aintree in December.

Magic Of Light is higher up the weights division and will go off 10-12 for trainer Jessica Harrington, with the horse having enjoyed two wins this season although the nine-year-old flopped when finishing dead last at Navan recently.

Potters Corner is an experienced ten-year-old who has scored back-to-back successes at Chepstow and has been wrapped up in cotton wool ever since, with that Coral Welsh National success illustrating that the horse ticks the right boxes when it comes to stamina and jumping.

Keep an eye out for Definitly Red who will be carrying the weight of Liverpool-supporting punters’ money, with the Brian Ellison-trained horse having been among the favourites for the 2017 Grand National before getting pulled up.

Anibale Fly is another one to be considered at a bigger price, with the horse failing to make much of an impact so far this season and trainer Tony Martin will have only a few more months to figure out how to get the horse back to the sort of form that saw him finish fifth in last year’s National.

Grand National FAQ

You will need have an online betting account with a bookmaker that offers horse racing betting. You can then access the Grand National betting odds and choose which horses that you want to back. You select the prices of the horses that you want to back and the choose the stake which you want to place on each selection. There is no limit as to the number of horses that you can back for the big race.
The Grand National definitely offers customers the chance to bet each-way on the big race and the good news is that there are plenty of bookies that offer generous place terms for the Aintree horse racing. The other good news is that every horse for the Grand National betting market offers a profit considering that the field tends to trade at 10/1 or bigger.
People decide to choose their Grand National horses in lots of different ways. We find it pays to back a handful of runners and hope that one of them emerges as the winner. You can choose one of the favourites or alternatively go for one of the outsiders. You can see each horse’s form and understand the amount of weight that each horse is carrying.
Yes, there are many bookies who have live streams available when it comes to horse racing meetings and that includes Aintree. You can therefore access Grand National live streaming with a host of bookmakers providing that you have placed a bet on the big race. The live streams can be accessed through mobile or desktop and you can watch the race unfolding along with audio commentary.
Several bookmakers will offer customers the chance to land a free bet when they open a betting account and this is usually in the form of a deposit bonus or a matched first bet bonus. However, you might want to double check that the free bet is available on Grand National day as some bookies will pull certain promotions and offers for the race.
There are forty runners and riders that line up in the Grand National every year and there is nothing to stop a customer betting on every horse in the race. However, this approach is unlikely to yield a profit and we would recommend creating a shortlist of horses and perhaps betting on no more than four or five horses for the race. At least having a small pool of horses will give you a run for your money.
The bookies might not always offer a free bet for new customers when it comes to the Aintree Grand National, although there is often the chance to enjoy favourable each-way terms and you might find a bookmaker offering 1/4 odds for the first six places. That means that if you bet on the Grand National each-way and your horse finishes between second and sixth place, then you could make a profit.
On the day of the Grand National, there is the chance to secure Best Odds Guaranteed with a wide range of different bookies. This means that if you take an early price about your horse and it ends up being sent off at a bigger starting price, you would get the early price if it turns out to be the bigger odds. The BOG offer is generally available for all Aintree races on the Grand National racecard.
There are a number of different ways to bet on the Grand National and that includes forecast and tricast options. The forecast is where you aim to predict the horses that will finish first and second in the race, while there’s the chance to either choose the straight forecast or the reverse forecast where you can pick the front two in any order. There is also the chance to bet the tricast which is the 1-2-3 home.
The team at Racing-Odds.com will provide full analysis of the Grand National and you will be able to compare horse racing odds to understand where you can get the biggest prices about the horses that you want to back. There are a number of ways to narrow down your shortlist and it’s also worth looking at the trainers, jockeys and the weight being carried. You should also pay attention to the ground conditions.