Find the best Grand National tips and odds for April 2021. Grand National betting odds are available all year, so the punter can place bets on the greatest steeplechase in the world at any stage of the year. Although the 2020 Grand National was cancelled by bookmakers, there are still odds available on the 2021 Grand National.
Horse racing enthusiasts who are experienced will keep an eye on the Grand National ante betting throughout the year. The main season for steeplechase is from October to April. However, you can still bet on Grand National favorites through the National Hunt jumping seasons. If you are new to ante-post betting, we recommend you read our Grand National Ante Post Betting Guide. We have some great Grand National tips that will help you get the most value.
The Grand National date for 2021 will be Saturday, 10 April. We thought we’d look at the horses expected to race, as the Grand National betting odds are already available from the bookmakers. Although the Ante post markets will provide some Grand National tips for runners who head-up the market it is likely that some horses will have shorter prices on race day.
It is always a good idea to look for horses that have competed in the Aintree Grand Nationals before. Horses with a history of running in the Grand National 2021 Grand National are often a good choice. In 2019, Tiger Roll, the 2018 Grand National winner, was again supported by this feat. However, he was removed from the Grand National 2021 runners list. Anibale fly, the 2018 third, finished fifth in the race in 2019. These are our top Grand National tips for 2021.
What are the odds of winning the Grand National?
Average odds of a Grand National winner horse are about 20/1. However, 23 of the 29 Grand National winners have returned double-digit prices. Seven winners won the Aintree Grand National with a minimum of four runs. Only Ballabriggs, One For Arthur and Tiger Roll had fewer runs in recent years.
It was widely believed that horses over 11 stone would never win until recently. It allowed punters to exclude a substantial portion of the entrants. This trend has been changing in recent years. This was evident in 2015, when Many Clouds weighed in at 11st 9lb to win. Since 2009, six Grand National winners have weighed in at 11st or more.
*All odds are subject to change.
Grand National Predictions & Tips
Grand National is the largest betting race and attracts the highest number of bets. Horse-bettors who only know a few things about the form back horses once a year. Grand National predictions and tips are in high demand because of the large number of non-racing fans who place wagers.
The Grand National was held in 1839, and the course has remained unchanged for many years. There have been some changes in the fencing. The fences are now more accommodating and the race is similar to a long distance handicap.
For safety reasons, the start was moved from the grandstands to the right of the first fence in 2021.
The Grand National steeplechase is the longest in Britain. They are unique because they are made from spruce, and are completely different to fences made of park counts. This race tests stamina as well as jumping ability.
The course has 30 obstacles. The Chair and Water Jump can be negotiated once, while the 14 other fences can be jumped on both circuits.
The handicap has a maximum field limit of 40 runners. The weight range is from 10-00 to 11-10. Each horse is given a weight according to their past form. This means that each runner should have an equal chance.
Some horses may be heavier than their actual weight to keep within the required minimum weight. Since the announcement of the weights, other horses have improved their form.
Another key trend is the Grand National fence experience. Aintree experts can adapt to the fences, while others struggle to jump the unique obstacles. Many horses have completed the course in multiple Nationals. They are comfortable with the environment created by approximately 60,000 racegoers and they enjoy the fences.Last Updated on October 11, 2021