Grand National 2024 Preview & Betting Tips: Dan’s The Man

Dan SkeltonChanges have been made for the 2024 Grand National at Aintree on Saturday (4pm; TV: Live on ITV). The maximum field has been reduced to 34 and there will be a standing start with the first fence placed closer to it. The race is dominated by horses trained in Ireland as usual butmore…

Bridgwater: Conditional Can Claim Grand National

David BridgwaterTrainer David Bridgwater has unfinished business with the Grand National and believes The Conditional could win it. Bridgwater was narrowly denied victory as a jockey in Aintree’s showpiece in 1996. He was beaten and slightly hampered bymore…

Elliott Dominates Grand National Picture

Gordon ElliottGordon Elliott has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to potential Grand National candidates. His duo of Milan Native and Aforementioned both won decent chases in Ireland at the start of October but they do have different targets.more…

Grand National Preview 2018 & 25/1 Betting Tip: Red In The Pink

Last updated September 24th, 2020

Nigel Twiston-Davies: 2018 Grand National PreviewThe 2018 Grand National is an extremely open renewal with many horses trying Aintree’s toughest obstacles and this distance for the first time (5.15pm Saturday live on ITV).

There are a couple of horses who have National form towards the top of the betting, Nigel Twiston-Davies’ Blaklion is one ofmore…

Grand National Betting Tips & Preview 2015: Good Cause at 20/1

Last updated September 24th, 2020

Gordon ElliottThe Jonjo O’Neill trained and JP McManus owned Shutthefrontdoor (7/1) is the ante-post favourite for the Grand National at Aintree (4.15pm Saturday).

This nine-time winner is seriously improving. His latest victory on his seasonal debut at Carlisle was very impressive. He jumps and stays well and is being specifically aimed at this year’s race. They havemore…

Grand National Tips 2014: Row in with 20/1 Creek

Last updated September 24th, 2020

Paul NichollsIf anyone tells you that a horse can’t win the Grand National then ignore them. The task of selecting Grand National tips as part of a big-race preview is harder than 20 years ago because the race is more open.

Then you could rule out half the field at the bottom of the handicap because they were all “out of the weights”, which means they weremore…