Irish Grand National 2024
Irish Grand National Runners, Riders & Best Odds
Fairyhouse : Monday, April 1st, 2024
Irish Grand National 2023 Result
- I Am Maximus, 8/1
- Gevrey, 28/1
- Defi Bleu, 28/1
- Dolcita, 33/1
- Panda Boy, 14/1
- Angels Dawn, 9/1
The Irish Grand National is a race at the very heart of Irish horse racing and it remains the richest jumps race in Ireland with a prize of €500,000.
Odds subject to change
2022 Irish Grand National
The 2022 renewal of the famous race took place on 18th April and this was won by 40/1 shot Lord Lariat, trained by Dermot McLoughlin and ridden by jockey Paddy O’Hanlon. This was the second successive win in this race for the trainer and it came on the back of the biggest shock in the history of the contest when Freewheelin Dylan romped home to victory at a cool 150/1.
The race takes place on Easter Monday over a distance of 3 miles and 5 furlongs and along its length there are 24 fences to be overcome. The steeplechase is open to horses aged five years or more and takes place during the Easter Festival at Fairyhouse Racecourse.
The first Irish Grand National took place in 1870 and during the first few years the winners were generally trained at the Curragh. The race attracts thousands of racegoers from Dublin and several of the victors have gone on to win the Aintree Grand National in subsequent years. None have won both contests in the same year however.
The most successful runner in the history of the Irish Grand National was Brown Lad who won three times in the 1970s.
Previous Irish Grand National Winners:
2022: Lord Lariat, 40/1 – Full 2022 Result and report – click here
2021: Freewheelin Dylan, 150/1 – Full 2021 Result and report – click here
2019: Burrows Saint
2018: General Principle
2017: Our Duke
2016: Rogue Angel
2015: Thunder And Roses
2013: Liberty Counsel
2012: Lion Na Bearnai
2010: Bluesea Cracker
You can find all of the Irish Grand National runners, riders and trainers on this site along with the best bookmaker free bets, best odds and latest tips.
With regard to choosing a potential winner on the Irish Grand National, it is hugely important that you do some research on some aspects such as previous form over distance and course, preference for good or soft ground and weight allocation, the latter particularly important as this is a handicap race which means that each horse will be allocated a different weight to carry.
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