Grand National 2020 Preview. After back-to-back victories in the 2018 and 2019 Grand National, Tiger Roll will be looking to claim a prestigious hat-trick of wins and match the famous Red Rum by claiming his third win at the Grand National. Check out our winners list for more information on previous Grand National winners!
Tiger On A Roll To Enter Grand National Folklore. The Aintree Grand National is the most famous steeplechase in the world with a worldwide audience in the region of 600 million. Over 25% of the UK adult population will have a bet on the race, generating turnover of some 250 million pounds. The 2019 renewal will be run on Saturday 6th April with.
The Scottish Grand National is a Grade 3 National Hunt steeplechase in Great Britain which is open to horses aged five years or older. It is run at Ayr, Scotland, over a distance of about 4 miles (3 miles 7 furlongs and 176 yards, or 6,397 metres) and during its running there are 27 fences to be jumped.It is a handicap race, and takes place each year in April.Tiger Roll secured his place in sporting history by becoming the first horse since Red Rum to win back-to-back Grand Nationals. The Gordon Elliott-trained star was sent off 4-1 favourite to defend.It’s always worth watching the previous year’s Grand National to get your eye in for Saturday and the 2018 renewal has particular significance with the top four from last year; Tiger Roll.
In the last 100 hundred years only 12 favourites have actually won the Grand National. Six of them have come in the last 20 years notably: Tiger Roll (2019), Don’t Push It (2010), Comply Or Die (2008), Hedgehunter (2005), Earth Summit (1998) and Rough Quest in 1996.Read More
With forty horses to choose from, picking a potential winner can be a pretty daunting task, however with our handy at-a-glance guide to all the runners, riders and best odds, you can find the latest prices and up-to-date information on all the entries for the 2021 Grand National.Read More
Grand National - Odds. The Randox sponsored 2020 Grand National takes place at Aintree Racecourse on Saturday the 4th of April at 5.15pm. The UK handicap steeplechase covers 4 miles 514 yards with runners and riders needing to jump 30 fences over two laps of the course.Read More
The 2019 Cheltenham festival is fast approaching as anticipation continues to build ahead of the marquee fixture of the national hunt season. There are many races to get excited about and one that draws mix views is the Cross Country Chase. The 2018 Grand National winner Tiger Roll, will be returning to defend his title in the race, in which he.Read More
The Grand National has been won by five horses who faced 100-to-1 odds. The most recent horse to manage that is Mon Mome, in 2009. In 1967, the owner of 100-to-1 longshot Foinavon didn't even bother to attend the race. Everyone was shocked when his horse won the meet. In 2018, a more conventional longshot took the championship. Tiger Roll was listed at 10-to-1 and claimed the title in a close.Read More
His 2019 Grand National prep has been better than it was last year. Last season Tiger Roll’s pre-National campaign consisted of four races, including a pulled up effort in November and a 42-length beating in a December cross country race, before winning his final prep race, the Cross Country Chase, at the Cheltenham Festival by two lengths.Read More
There is no fixed date for the Irish Grand National as it is always run on Easter Monday and therefore moves each year with Easter weekend. The famous race, established in 1870, is a crown jewel of Irish racing and is the feature event of the Fairyhouse Easter Festival, which features 23 races from Easter Sunday to Tuesday. This includes 14 class one races such as the Gold Cup and the Mares.Read More
One of the key features of this Grand National site is our odds comparison table. We have the latest Aintree Grand National odds from a host of bookmakers, providing our visitors with the opportunity to get the very best prices from the leading online bookmakers for your Grand National betting. Ante Post Grand National Odds. 17:15 - Aintree - 3rd April 2021. Runners. Best Odds. Tiger Roll. 12.Read More
The Grand National is the prize that owners, trainers and jockeys crave most of all in jumps racing. No race can match the National for grandeur and its place in history. A win at Aintree etches the winner into a special place in horse racing folklore. Tiger Roll secured his place in history by winning the event last year with a fine performance. He just had enough to fend off a late challenge.Read More