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Welcome to your unofficial guide to the Aintree Grand National.

Our site contains all you need to know about the English Grand National 2023 one of the highlights of the sporting calendar. The four-and-a-half mile steeplechase captures the imagination of 150,000 punters at Aintree racecourse, plus an estimated worldwide TV audience of 600 million people. The 2023 Grand National races start with Liverpools NHS Day on Thursday, followed by Randox Ladies Day on Friday, before Saturdays Grand National Day. The Grand National races take place between Thursday 13th April and Saturday 15th April 2023.

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Youre in the right place for everything related toGrand National bettingand were counting down to the festival, with ante post betting markets now available on most leading bookmaker sites. Weve tipped six of the last 15 winners, including Rule The World at huge odds of 50-1, so keep an eye out for ourGrand National Festival tipsas the big day approaches.

If you feel your horse will improve through the season, its very likely the Grand National betting odds will shorten nearer the race. In this case, be sure to back yourGrand National runnersearly. Keep an eye out for the weights and jockeys being announced too, and dont forget the weather forecast, as these factors all influence the Grand National betting odds in the days leading up to the race.

Horses that have run well in previous Aintree Grand National races are often a good place to start when looking forGrand National tips. This theory was backed-up again in 2019 with the 2018 Grand National winner, Tiger Roll. 2021s third placed horse improved to second in 2022, and Any Second Now again features prominently in the 2023Grand National runnerslist, and is amongst the Grand National 2023 ante-post favourites.

The average odds of a winning Grand National horse are historically around 20/1, although the last Aintree Grand National winners won at odds of 50/1.

Until recently, it was commonly assumed that horses carrying over 11 stone never win. This allowed punters to rule out a decent slice of the entrants. However, this trend is showing signs of reversal, not least in 2015 when Many Clouds carried the monster weight of 11st 9lb to victory. Since 2009 weve had six Grand National winners carry 11st or more in weight, and the 2022 Grand National saw five of the top six horses carry more than the fabled 11 stone mark.

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For those wanting to see the English Grand National races live, we have all of the information youll need to make the most of your visit to Aintree, including information on getting to theracecourseticket details, and a summary of all of theenclosures and facilities, many of which have been significantly upgraded in recent seasons.

TheVirtual Grand Nationalreturned for 2022 and took place on Friday 8th April at 9.15pm on ITV4. The virtual race comes the day before the actual Grand National.

The computer-simulated version of Aintrees world-famous steeplechase has set the scene for the Grand National since 2017, and in fact it took centre stage in 2020 when the race itself was cancelled. The VGN provides us with an interesting insight into how the actual race could play out, and correctly predicted Tiger Rolls first Grand National victory, in 2018. Last years Virtual Grand National winner was Cloth Cap, while Minella Time finished in fifth. The 2022 Virtual Grand National saw Snow Leopardess win, ahead of Any Second Now, Delta Work and Minella Times. Although it failed to pick the winner, the Virtual Grand National did correctly predict both the second and third placed finishers.

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Form: 69P291 / Official Rating: tbc / Weight: tbc / Age: 7 / Trainer: Emmet Mullins

Noble Yeats defied history to become the 7 year-old to win the Grand National since 1940. Hes expected to return to Aintree for the 2023 Grand National with another years experience under his belt. He will be ridden by a different jockey though, following Sam Waley-Cohens decision to retire.

Form: -1221F / Official Rating: tbc / Weight: tbc / Age: 7 / Trainer: Gordon Elliott

Farouk DAlene has enjoyed early success in Ireland. Was going well at the 2022 Brown Advisory Novices Chase at a sodden Cheltenham before falling two out, and itll be interesting to see how he bounces back from that disappointment in the months ahead.

Form: 4-3111 / Official Rating: tbc / Weight: tbc / Age: 7 / Trainer: Willie Mullins

Monkfish already has a host of wins to his name, most notably the 2022 National Hunt Challenge Cup at the Cheltenham Festival. Likely to come to Aintree for Grand National 2023 as one of Willie Mullins main hopes.

Form: 3-9612 / Official Rating: tbc / Weight: tbc / Age: 10 / Trainer: Ted Walsh

Any Second Now certainly has pedigree in this race after following up 2021s third place finish with second spot in 2022. Was only beaten by 2¼ lengths and, despite being another year older, is expected to return for more.

Form: 1214-6 / Official Rating: tbc / Weight: tbc / Age: 8 / Trainer: Gordon Elliott

Galvin was actually top weight for the 2022 Grand National for a time, until being withdrawn after a disappointing fourth place finish in the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The 2021 Savills Chase winner and 2021 National Hunt Challenge Cup winner has plenty of success over 3+ miles already, and would be a live contender if making it to Aintree in 2023.

Form: 3-1225 / Official Rating: tbc / Weight: tbc / Age: 8 / Trainer: Colin Tizzard

One from the Colin Tizzard yard, and a useful chaser on his day. Fiddlerontheroof ran well to be second in the 2022 Ladbrokes Trophy, is a sound jumper and took to the Aintree Grand National fences in 2022 to finish a respectable fifth.

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