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  • Runners, Riders & Odds Grand National 2021

    The Grand National is without a doubt the greatest steeplechase in the world with millions tuning-in to watch live from over 150 countries and thousands thronging the stands at the famous Aintree course.

    Odds shown are subject to change.

    # Horse Age Trainer Rider Best Odds
    1 Tiger Roll Tiger Roll 10 Gordon Elliott Davy Russell 5/1 Paddy Power Grand National
    29 Any Second Now Any Second Now 8 T M Walsh Mark Walsh 10/1 Paddy Power Grand National
    17 Burrows Saint Burrows Saint 7 W P Mullins Rachael Blackmore 12/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    18 Definitly Red Definitly Red 11 Brian Ellison Brian Hughes 14/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    40 Walk In The Mill Walk In The Mill 10 Robert Walford James Best 16/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    39 Kimberlite Candy Kimberlite Candy 8 Tom Lacey Richie McLernon 16/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    13 Magic Of Light Magic Of Light 9 J Harrington Robbie Power 18/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    30 Potters Corner Potters Corner 10 Christian Williams Jack Tudor 18/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    4 Elegant Escape Elegant Escape 8 Colin Tizzard Jonjo O'Neill Jr 20/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    5 Anibale Fly Anibale Fly 10 A J Martin Barry Geraghty 20/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    2 Bristol De Mai Bristol De Mai 9 N Twiston-Davies Daryl Jacob 20/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    20 Ok Corral Ok Corral 10 Nicky Henderson Derek O'Connor 25/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    10 Alpha Des Obeaux Alpha Des Obeaux 10 Gordon Elliott Richard Johnson 25/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    16 Ballyoptic Ballyoptic 10 N Twiston-Davis Sam Twiston-Davies 25/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    14 Talkischeap Talkischeap 8 Alan King Tom Cannon 25/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    26 Pleasant Company Pleasant Company 12 W P Mullins David Mullins 28/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    15 Yala Enki Yala Enki 10 Paul Nicholls Bryony Frost 28/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    22 Vintage Clouds Vintage Clouds 10 Sue Smith Danny Cook 33/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    27 Acapella Bourgeois Acapella Bourgeois 10 W P Mullins Danny Mullins 33/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    19 Sub Lieutenant Sub Lieutenant 11 Henry De Bromhead JJ Slevin 33/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    7 Beware The Bear Beware The Bear 10 Nicky Henderson Jerry McGrath 33/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    12 The Storyteller The Storyteller 9 Gordon Elliott Keith Donoghue 40/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    25 Jury Duty Jury Duty 9 Gordon Elliott Mark Enright 40/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    11 Total Recall Total Recall 11 W P Mullins Paul Townend 40/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    6 Top Ville Ben Top Ville Ben 8 Philip Kirby Tom Dowson 45/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    33 Death Duty Death Duty 9 Gordon Elliott Gavin Brouder 50/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    31 Dounikos Dounikos 9 Gordon Elliot Luke Dempsey 50/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    9 Jett Jett 9 Mrs J Harrington Sam Waley-Cohen 50/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    32 Kildisart Kildisart 8 Ben Pauling Nico de Boinville 50/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    8 Peregrine Run Peregrine Run 10 Peter Fahey Kevin Sexton 66/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    23 Crievehill Crievehill 8 Nigel Twiston-Davies Tom Bellamy 66/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    35 Valtor Valtor 11 Nicky Henderson James Bowen 66/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    34 Ramses De Teillee Ramses De Teillee 8 David Pipe Tom Scudamore 66/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    36 Saint Xavier Saint Xavier 8 Paul Nicholls David Maxwell 66/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    3 Aso Aso 10 Venetia Williams Charlie Deutsch 66/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    28 Shattered Love Shattered Love 9 Gordon Elliott Lisa O'Neill 66/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    21 Tout Est Permis Tout Est Permis 7 Noel Meade Sean Flanagan 80/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    37 Warriors Tale Warriors Tale 11 Paul Nicholls Harry Cobden 80/1 paddy-power-free-bet
    38 Double Shuffle Double Shuffle 10 Tom George Jonathan Burke 100/1 paddy-power-free-bet

    With forty horses to choose from, picking a potential winner can be a pretty daunting task, however with our handy at-a-glance guide to all the runners, riders and best odds, you can find the latest prices and up-to-date information on all the entries for the 2021 Grand National.

    Quick guide to picking a winner

    Picking a potential winner for the 2021 Randox Health Grand National can be a very daunting task and unfortunately there’s no magic formula, however you can improve your chances by doing some research. Many racegoers will make a selection based purely on the colour of silks or the name of the horse and this can sometimes be fruitful, however there are numerous more credible strategies which can be employed.

    Should you be in attendance at Aintree on Grand National day itself, a visit to the parade ring gives you the chance to see the horses in the flesh. You can asses the runners’ fitness, temperament and general wellbeing – for example should a horse be agitated or sweating excessively, then this is almost certainly not a good sign. A calm and composed horse should generally give a good account of itself in the race itself.

    If you’re not in attendance for the big day, then study the form of the horse. On Racecards, you will see numbers next to the horse’s name indicating finishing positions in its last few races, however these must be taken in context, for example: a horse finishing third in a race will have ‘3’ in its form but this could be in a three-horse race. It is vitally important to consider all context when looking at form. It can be wiser to look at the letters in a form guide. ‘D’ and ‘C’ represent horses that have won at that Distance or at the same Course. Should you see ‘CD’ joined together, that means that the runner has won both the same course and distance of the particular race under consideration.

    ‘U’ and ‘F’ mentioned in the form guide mean that the horse has Fallen and Unseated the jockey. ‘P’ means it was Pulled-up by the rider and ‘S’ means it slipped during the particular race.

    Every horse in a race has odds which indicate it’s theoretical chance of being a winner and these odds fluctuate based on the weight of money placed upon them by the betting public. They can either shorten or lengthen (drift), a shortening price effectively meaning that support on this particular horse is increasing and a drifting price meaning that there is less support for this horse compared with the others in the race.

    As mentioned earlier, there isn’t a magic formula for winning on horse racing but you can certainly enhance your chances of doing so by carrying out some research.

    Good luck!!!