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Melbourne Cup 2022

Everything You Need To Know About The Grand National 2023 Including Tips

This year's Grand National was a spectacular success, with record-breaking attendance and some of the best-dressed racegoers ever seen. The Randox Grand National Festival will take place from April 13–15, 2023, and racegoers are already gearing up for another exciting few days. Priority access sign-ups have already closed, with many eager racing fans obtaining their spots before the deadline.

It was held this year at the Aintree Grand National horses racecourse, and it was the first time that the venue was packed to its maximum capacity since it was canceled in 2020. Thousands of people showed up for the race dressed to impress in the hopes of winning a large amount. Enjoying three days of entertainment is no reason not to look forward to next year's schedule.

It will open on April 13 and Ladies Day will take place on April 14. Race distance: 4 miles, 514 yards, including 30 jumping obstacles over 2 loops of the course. The Grand National's prize pool is $1,000,000, making it Europe's most lucrative jump race.

The most prestigious race in British horse racing will include 40 horses and their riders. The fences on the Grand National track are much bigger than the average. The Chair, Valentine's Brook, Foinavon, Becher's Brook, and the Canal Turn are just a few of the well-known obstacles that competitors will need to overcome in order to win the race.

Below are my top five tips along with betting odds for winning the Grand National in 2022:

# 1: NOBLE YEATS-Odds 16/1

Noble Yeats was the seven-year-old novice who beat the odds by winning the Grand National in 2022. This was Sam Waley Cohen's final race before he retired as an amateur rider.

#2: STATTLER-Odds 20/1

Stattler is having a great year. As a result of his three consecutive victories, he is no longer considered a beginner. He could be a strong contender for the Grand National in 2023 if the following season goes as smoothly as this one did when he won the Cheltenham National Hunt 2022 over 3m 6f.

#3: DELTA WORK-Odds 20/1

After claiming victory in the Glenfarclas Chase at Cheltenham, Delta Work then set his sights on Aintree with great expectations. His chances of winning the Grand National in 2022 seem slim, but he ran an excellent run to finish third and will be back stronger next year.

#4: WIN MY WINGS-Odds 25/1

WinMy Wings won the Scottish Grand National in 2022 and the Midlands Grand National in February, so he's a natural at long distances. There will be plenty of punters looking at this one's form before the race next year, so expect the odds to shorten if it has a good year.

#5: AHOY SENOR-Odds 25/1

Ahoy Senor trainer Lucinda Russell has a star in the making in Ahoy Senor. It was his third success of the season and came at Aintree in the Milmay Novices Chase, which is a Grade 1 race. However, the Grand National in 2023 may be too soon for him, and he may choose to try his luck at Cheltenham instead.

Final Thoughts

As the season progresses, you should expect Grand National betting odds to decrease as your horse's performance improves. It's important to start backing your Grand National contenders early in this scenario. In the days running up to the race, the Grand National betting odds are affected by a variety of variables, including the announcements of weights and jockeys, as well as the weather prediction.

 

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