Which horses are running in the 2021 Grand National?

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After the cancellation of the Grand National 2020, Grand National 2021 Ante post markets are beginning to open and we’re seeing some horses with odds on running in the next Grand National. Below you’ll find a list of Grand National Runners leading up to Aintree 2021 as soon as we hear about them. As we draw ever nearer to the 2021 Aintree Grand National, the field will whittle down to a maximum of 40 Grand National runners (plus 4 reserves).

Randox Health Grand National – Grand National Runners 2021

We will update the list of runners as soon as we can. If you’re new to Grand National betting, find our helpful betting guides and Grand National ante post favourites before you start.

*Odds at time of publishing. All odds are subject to change.

Grand National Runners

Sorted by 2020 Favourite

#1
Favourite

TIGER ROLL flag

Official Rating: 170 / Weight: 11st 10lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: G. Elliott
Winner of the 2018 and 2019 Grand Nationals and became the first ‘back-to-back' winner since Red Rum in the 1970’s. This Gordon Elliott-trained 10 years-old will have to carry 5lbs more in weight this year so he’ll need to improve again. However, is still likely to be all the rage as he bids to give the Gigginstown House Stud owners their fourth win in the race in five years.
TIGER ROLL TO WIN --
#2
Favourite

BURROWS SAINT flag

Official Rating: 156 / Weight: 10st 10lbs / Age: 7 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: W. Mullins
Won the 2019 Irish Grand National so have pedigree in these races. Still only young, but the last horse to win the Grand National as a 7 year-old was in 1940! Clearly a promising young stayer in the making but if lining-up for the 2020 Grand National it will be his first run in the race.
BURROWS SAINT TO WIN --
#3

ANY SECOND NOW flag

Official Rating: 152 / Weight: 10st 6lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: T. Walsh
Winner of the Kim Muir Chase at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival. A faller in the 2019 Irish National but was running well at the time. Will be another year older and stronger in 2020 and his yard have history in the race after winning the Grand National in 2000, while his owner – JP McManus – won the 2010 renewal. Light weight and not without a chance.
ANY SECOND NOW TO WIN --
#4

DEFINITLY RED flag

Official Rating: 156 / Weight: 10st 10lbs / Age: 11 / Jockey: ?/ Trainer: B Ellison
Classy sort on his day that was second in the Peter Marsh Chase at Haydock earlier this season. Was also fourth in the Becher Chase over these fences in December. Is a pound lower here and has 14lbs less in weight to carry. Has a good overall record at the track and with his proven ability to handle the fences looks an interesting runner.
DEFINITLY RED TO WIN --
#5

KIMBERLITE CANDY flag

Official Rating: 150 / Weight: 10st 4lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: T. Lacey
Kimberlite Candy laid down some claims of Grand National success to come with a fine victory in the Classic Chase at Warwick. Ground conditions are likely going to be the dictating factor when deciding on an Aintree return. Been in good form this season and was an excellent runner-up in the Becher Chase over these fences in December. Up 13lbs from that run though so a lot more on his plate here. Softer ground would help.
KIMBERLITE CANDY TO WIN --
#6

WALK IN THE MILL flag

Official Rating: 150 / Weight: 10st 4lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: R. Walford
Ran a cracker to be fourth in the 2019 Grand National and could be back for more. He carried just 10st 4lbs in 2019 but was beaten just 16 lengths behind Tiger Roll. He was also the winner of the 2018 and 2019 Becher Chase over these fences, so we know they suit him well. He’s certainly one for the shortlist in 2020.
WALK IN THE MILL TO WIN --
#7

MAGIC OF LIGHT flag

Official Rating: 158 / Weight: 10st 12lbs / Age: 9 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: J. Harrington
Runner-up in the 2019 Grand National and looks a big player again in 2020. Is still only young – will be 9 when the 2020 Grand National comes around. She’s rated 7lbs higher than last year but only actually has one pound more in weight to carry. Has returned this season in cracking order and acts on any ground. With trip and track to suit and a nice weight pull with Tiger Roll for the 2 ¾ lengths he was beaten, then will surely have many supporters.
MAGIC OF LIGHT TO WIN --
#8

POTTERS CORNER flag

Official Rating: 152 / Weight: 10st 6lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ?/ Trainer: C. Williams
Winner of the Welsh National this season so stamina is assured. Raised 7lbs for that win but still gets in here with only 10st 6lbs to carry. First run in the race too and might be better in soft/heavy ground but has won on a good surface too. If able to keep tabs early on this proven stamina would be a big asset.
POTTERS CORNER TO WIN --
#9

ANIBALE FLY flag

Official Rating: 162 / Weight: 11st 2lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: T. Martin
A regular in the National in recent years. He was fourth in 2018 and fifth in 2019. Was also runner-up in the 2019 Cheltenham Gold Cup. If the top weights (Tiger Roll) run then he’ll get into the race with 8lbs less to carry than when finishing fifth last year – beaten 16 ½ lengths). Proven over the track and trip and seems to go well on most ground. The handicapper seems to have given this proven National type a chance of at least making the top five again.
ANIBALE FLY TO WIN --
#10

LE BREUIL flag

Official Rating: 145 / Weight: 9st 13lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: B. Pauling
Won National Hunt Challenge Cup at the Cheltenham Festival in 2019. That race is over 4m so staying is fine and with a bit more experience during the early part of the 2019-20 season then he looks an exciting staying chaser in the making.
LE BREUIL TO WIN --
#11

RAMSES DE TEILLEE flag

Official Rating: 151 / Weight: 10st 5lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: D. Pipe
Another promising young stayer. Was pulled up in the 2019 Grand National after making a few mistakes and actually breaking a rein. He’ll be another year older and that experience would have taught him a lot. Had wind surgery since and has returned to winning ways this season (hurdles). He’ll be looking to give his trainer a second win in the race, after winning the 2008 running with Comply Or Die.
RAMSES DE TEILLEE TO WIN --
#12

BALLYOPTIC flag

Official Rating: 157 / Weight: 10st 11lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ?/ Trainer: N. Twiston-Davies
Well-beaten in the Becher Chase over the National fences back in December and also fell in the Grand National in 2019. Rated 3lbs higher this time but would get in with 4lbs less in actual weight. Was, however, in the process of running well when falling four from home last year so could make the frame. Trainer has won the race twice before.
BALLYOPTIC TO WIN --
#13

YALA ENKI flag

Official Rating: 157 / Weight: 10st 11lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: P. Nicholls
Out-and-out stayer that will have no issues with the trip. Is best in soft or heavy ground though so conditions on the day will be a big factor. Has returned this season in form though after running third in the Welsh National over Christmas. First run in the race so ability to handle the fences has to be taken on trust – would be bidding to give trainer Paul Nicholls his second success in the race.
YALA ENKI TO WIN --
#14

TOTAL RECALL flag

Official Rating: 159 / Weight: 10st 13lbs / Age: 11 / Jockey: ?/ Trainer: W. Mullins
Continues to defy his age after winning the Thyestes Chase at Gowran Park in January - has been raised 10lbs for that win. Was also sent off as the 7/1 favourite for the 2018 Grand National, but was pulled up after making several early mistakes. Therefore, a bit to prove over the fences but does hail from the powerful Willie Mullins yard that won this race in 2005. Since 2012 we have seen three horses aged 11 years-old win the Grand National.
TOTAL RECALL TO WIN --
#15

ONE FOR ARTHUR flag

Official Rating: 148 / Weight: 10st 2lbs / Age: 11 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: L. Russell
Winner of the 2017 Grand National so will be looking to become the first horse since Red Rum to regain his crown. Missed the 2018 race, but returned in 2019 by running a fair 6th. Carried 11st that day and was 26 lengths behind Tiger Roll. This time he's carrying 9lbs less than before. Loves the track and the fences so looks like another for the each-way players.
ONE FOR ARTHUR TO WIN --
#16

KILDISART flag

Official Rating: 151 / Weight: 10st 5lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ?/ Trainer: B. Pauling
Won at this meeting last season – the Grade Three Betway Handicap Chase – so does go well at the track and at this time of year. But first try over the National fences and the longer trip is an unknown. Would probably prefer better ground to be seen at his best but light weight a plus.
KILDISART TO WIN --
#17

ACAPELLA BOURGEOIS flag

Official Rating: 152 / Weight: 10st 6lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: W. Mullins
Showed promise 2-3 seasons ago but has been a hard horse to win with. Light weight and from the Willie Mullins yard so can’t totally ignore but first run in the race and over these fences.
ACAPELLA BOURGEOIS TO WIN --
#18

PLEASANT COMPANY flag

Official Rating: 153 / Weight: 10st 7lbs / Age: 12 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: W. P. Mullins
A horse, Grand National punters in recent times will be familiar with. He was runner-up in the 2018 running – carries 4lbs less here. He also unseated his rider in the 2019 renewal but was in the process of running a big race in fourth at the time and has 8lbs less to carry in weight this year. No spring chicken as will be 12 years-old in 2020 but does like the track and the fences and we have had two winners since 1995 of the Grand National win of that age.
PLEASANT COMPANY TO WIN --
#19

GIVE ME A COPPER flag

Official Rating: 147 Weight: 10st 1lbs / Age: 9 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: P. Nicholls
After winning at Wincanton, Paul Nicholls has his sights set on Grand National 2020 for Give Me A Copper. The horse will possibly run at the Becher Chase and Grand Sefton to get used to the Aintree track. Then full steam ahead to the National.
GIVE ME A COPPER TO WIN --
#20

THE STORYTELLER flag

Official Rating: 158 / Weight: 10st 12lbs / Age: 9 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: G. Elliott
Former Cheltenham Festival winner that represents the powerful Gordon Elliot yard. Stamina to prove over this trip with all runs coming over 3m 1/2f or less and first run in the race.
THE STORYTELLER --
#21

OK CORRAL flag

Official Rating: 155 / Weight: 10st 9lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: N. Henderson
Won the SkyBet Chase earlier this season at Doncaster, but is now rated 9lbs higher than that success. Lightly-raced for his age and has ability as a staying chaser but lacks consistency. Would be his first run in the race. Represents popular owner – JP McManus – who won this race in 2010.
OK CORRAL TO WIN --
#22

ALPHA DES OBEAUX flag

Official Rating: 159 / Weight: 10st 13lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: G. Elliott
Third in the 2019 Becher Chase over these fences back in December. Gets in here off the same mark and has a very consistent overall chase record. Solid jumper that also acts well on any ground and represents the powerful Gordon Elliott and Gigginstown House Stud partnership. Looks an interesting runner with that would be carrying 13lbs less in weight than when running third in the Becher Chase earlier this season.
ALPHA DES OBEAUX TO WIN --
#23

BEWARE THE BEAR flag

Official Ranking: 160 / Weight: 11st 0lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ?/ Trainer: N. Henderson
Winner of the 2019 Ultima Chase at the Cheltenham Festival and was a decent fourth in the Ladbrokes Trophy Chase (Hennessy) at Newbury this season. Yet to race in the National and a winner on ground ranging from good to heavy - would be looking to become trainer – Nicky Henderson’s first winner in this famous race.
BEWARE THE BEAR TO WIN --
#24

TOP VILLE BEN flag

Official Rating: 162 / Weight: 11st 2lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ?/ Trainer: P. Kirby
Third in the Mildmay Novices’ Chase at this meeting last season. Is a Grade Three chase winner over 3m, while if taking to the fences (first run in the National) and staying the longer trip could be an interesting runner. All wins to-date have come with some degree of ‘soft’ in the going description.
TOP VILLE BEN TO WIN --
#25

TRAFFIC FLUIDE flag

Official Rating: 149 / Weight: 10st 3lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: G. Moore
Useful on his day and decent win-to-runs record over fences – however, a horse that’s had its troubles too having been off the track for a while. Acts on any ground and a sound jumper. First run in the race and over these fences but has run well in some decent graded races at the course in the past. Could be interesting if getting into the race and back to anywhere near its best from 2-3 years back.
TRAFFIC FLUIDE TO WIN --
#26

BORICE flag

Official Rating: 146 / Weight: 10st 0lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: G. Elliott
Gordon Elliott trained 8 year old. Entered in Grand National 2019 but didn't get a run. Borice has won novice hurdles at Uttoxeter and Perth before completing his hat-trick in the Galway Plate over fences. Definitely one to watch this racing season.
BORICE TO WIN --
#27

CHEF DES OBEAUX flag

Official Rating: 149 / Weight: 10st 3lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: W. Mullins
Light weight and from the powerful Willie Mullins yard – but pulled-up in the Thyestes Chase earlier this year and lack of experience over fences might catch him out.
CHEF DES OBEAUX TO WIN --
#28

TALKISCHEAP flag

Official Rating: 157 / Weight: 10st 11lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: A. King
Ended last season by winning the Bet365 Gold Cup at Sandown. A promising young stayer in the making and will still only be 8 years-old by the time the 2020 Grand National comes around. He’ll be looking to become trainer Alan King’s first winner in the race, but this will also be his first run in the National so his ability to handle the fences would be an unknown.
TALKISCHEAP TO WIN --
#29

MALL DINI flag

Official Rating: 143 / Weight: 9st 11lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: P. Kelly
He is now 10-years-old and his best effort over fences remains a runner-up finish in the Kim Muir at the 2018 Cheltenham Festival. While yet to fulfil his potential, it remains a fact that Mall Dini is a horse laced with promise and he is still young enough to show it on a big stage somewhere.
MALL DINI TO WIN --
#30

ELEGANT ESCAPE flag

Official Rating: 162 / Weight: 11st 2lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: C. Tizzard
The 2018 Welsh National winner, so staying isn’t an issue. Another with time on his side and rounded off the 2019 season with a fair 6th in the Cheltenham Gold Cup and third in this season’s Ladbrokes Trophy Chase (Hennessy). Extreme staying trips looks to be where his future lies and despite having not raced over the National fences is a sound jumper that could have a big say in this race in 2020. Acts on any ground.
ELEGANT ESCAPE TO WIN --
#31

LAKE VIEW LAD flag

Official Rating: 154 / Weight: 10st 8lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: N. Alexander
Another that was well-fancied for the 2019 Grand National, but was pulled up in the end. Prior to that had run well to be third in the Ultima Chase at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival. He had 11st 1lb to carry in the 2019 National so with 5lbs less this time would have a squeak. On a plus, he’s another that runs in the familiar silks of Trevor Hemmings – who has won the race three times before. Softer ground would suit best.
LAKE VIEW LAD TO WIN --
#32

JURY DUTY flag

Official Rating: 154 / Weight: 10st 8lbs / Age: 9 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: G. Elliott
Well-fancied in the 2019 Grand National – was sent off at 10/1. But unseated his rider at the 18th and had lost all chance at that stage. A decent stayer, but a bit to prove based on that running last year, but still is young enough to progress again and hails from the all-powerful Elliott camp.
JURY DUTY TO WIN --
#33

SUB LIEUTENANT flag

Official Rating: 155 / Weight: 10st 9lbs / Age: 11 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: H. De Bromhead
Not a bad overall win and place record over fences but not getting any younger at 11 years-old and stamina over this trip would be a question mark. Represents the Gigginstown House Stud that have won three of the last four runnings.
SUB LIEUTENANT TO WIN --
#34

JOE FARRELL flag

Official Rating: 142 / Weight: 9st 10lbs / Age: 11 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: R. Curtis
Winner of the 2018 Scottish Grand National. He was backed into 14/1 for the 2019 Aintree Grand National and was pulled-up just before two fences from home when well down the field. Staying isn’t an issue but he has developed into a bit of an in-and-out character that lacks a bit of consistency in his races.
JOE FARRELL TO WIN --
#35

SAINT XAVIER flag

Official Rating: 150 / Weight: 10st 4lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: P. Nicholls
Lightly-raced in this country but has had plenty of racing in France. First run in the race but comes from the powerful Paul Nicholls yard.
SAINT XAVIER TO WIN --
#36

DOUNIKOS flag

Official Rating: 151 / Weight: 10st 5lbs / Age: 9 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: G. Elliott
Winner of a 2019 Irish Grand National Trial over 3m4f so the trip is fine, but was pulled-up in this race last year. Carried 11st that day so the 10st 5lbs he’s been allocated helps and lightly-raced since. Another from the Gordon Elliott/Gigginstown team.
DOUNIKOS TO WIN: --
#37

SHATTERED LOVE flag

Official Rating: 152 / Weight: 10st 6lbs / Age: 9 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: G. Elliott
Third in New Year’s Day Savill’s Chase to the 2019 Gold Cup winner – Al Boum Photo. She was also pulled up in the Irish National last season and the main worry would be the trip. From the powerful Gordon Elliott/Gigginstown team though.
SHATTERED LOVE TO WIN --
#38

CLASS CONTI flag

Official Rating: 149 / Weight: 10st 3lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: W. Mullins
Another from the Willie Mullins yard that could get into the race on a low weight. Ran a cracker to be second in the Thyestes Chase at Gowran Park back in January and is only rated 4lbs higher. Never raced this far and first run in the race though.
CLASS CONTI TO WIN --
#39

JETT flag

Official Rating: 159 / Weight: 10st 13lbs / Age: 9 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: J. Harrington
Has contested many top graded chases but if lining up here would be running in the Grand National for the first time. The main concern would be the trip, with all chase wins to date coming over 3m1f or shorter.
JETT TO WIN --
#40

VALTOR flag

Official Rating: 150 / Weight: 10st 4lbs / Age: 11 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: N. Henderson
Had many races in France but less than 10 for the Henderson yard after joining them later in life. Softer ground will help but was 18th in the race 12 months ago – beaten 76 lengths – so a lot to prove. On a plus, does have 16lbs less in weight to carry this time and is rated 10lbs lower.
VALTOR TO WIN --
#41

VINTAGE CLOUDS flag

Official Rating: 154 / Weight: 10st 8lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: S. Smith
Owned by Mr Grand National – Trevor Hemmings – who has won this race three times in the past. He fell at the first fence in the 2019 race, when well-fancied – went off a 11/1. He’s still got time to play with and represents a yard that have won this race before too (2013). Won the Peter Marsh Chase this season, but was also pulled-up in the Becher Chase here in December. Connections have gone on record as saying they don’t think the horse likes the National fences!
VINTAGE CLOUDS TO WIN --
#42

BRISTOL DE MAI flag

Official Rating: 168 / Weight: 11st 8lbs / Age: 9 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: N. Twiston-Davies
Grade One-winning chaser that is another that brings a bit of class to the race. This popular grey has never run over the National fences but has run many times at Aintree at the Grand National Meeting. Is, however, yet to record a win at the track (4 runs). Yet to race over a trip this far but does posses plenty of stamina. Would be looking to become only the fourth grey winner of the Grand National. His trainer has won the race twice before.
BRISTOL DE MAI TO WIN --
#43

DEATH DUTY flag

Official Rating: 151 / Weight: 10st 5lbs / Age: 9 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: G. Elliott
Held in high regard a few seasons ago but has several setbacks and only returned from a 758 day break in January (4th of 6th). Trip and big unknown and it remains to be seen if he retains any of his ability from the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
DEATH DUTY TO WIN --
#44

CRIEVEHILL flag

Official Rating: 154 / Weight: 10st 8lbs / Age: 8 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: N. Twiston-Davies
Won twice earlier in the season but struggled since off his higher rating. Trip to prove but was 6th in the Grand Sefton over these fences back in 2018 and does represent the Twiston-Davies yard that have won this race twice in the past.
CRIEVEHILL TO WIN --
#45

PEREGRINE RUN flag

Official Rating: 159 / Weight: 10st 13lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: P. Fahey
Irish raider that has a good strike-rate over fences. The step up to this 4m+ trip would be a leap into the unknown though with all his best runs to date coming over shorter than 3m. First run in the race, but it’s also worth noting he fell over these fences in the Topham Chase here in 2019.
PEREGRINE RUN TO WIN --
#46

COGRY flag

Official Rating: 144 / Weight: 9st 12lbs / Age: 11 / Jockey: ?/ Trainer: N. Twiston-Davies
From a yard that know how to win this race and stamina shouldn’t be an issue as he’s won beyond 3 miles in the past. Acts on most ground but first run at Aintree and jumping has not always been assured in the past so that would have to be a worry over these tricky fences. Would also need a lot of horses to come out of the race if he’s to make the final runners.
COGRY TO WIN --
#47

TOUT EST PERMIS flag

Official Rating: 155 / Weight: 10st 9lbs / Age: 7 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: N. Meade
Grade Two-winning chaser, but age would seemingly be against this Noel Meade runner – the last 7 year-old to win the National was in 1940.
TOUT EST PERMIS TO WIN --
#48

WARRIORS TALE flag

Official Rating: 150 / Weight: 10st 4lbs / Age: 11 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: P. Nicholls
Pulled up when well back in the 2018 and 2019 Grand Nationals so a lot to answer. Is rated 3lbs lower and carries 9lbs less this time though.
WARRIORS TALE TO WIN --
#49

ASO flag

Official Rating: 162 / Weight: 11st 2lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: V. Williams
Trained by Venetia Williams who won the National with 100/1 shot – Mon Mome – in 2009. Another classy chaser that has run well in graded races at a very good level. Would need to prove himself over this extreme trip with 2m5f being the furthest he’s won over to date. First run in the race.
ASO TO WIN --
#50

DOUBLE SHUFFLE flag

Official Rating: 150 / Weight: 10st 4lbs / Age: 10 / Jockey: ? / Trainer: T. George
Been placed in the King George VI Chase in the past so a fair sort on his day. Has slipped down the handicap in recent years though and become a hard horse to win with – at the time of writing his last win was back in 2016.
DOUBLE SHUFFLE TO WIN --

*Odds subject to change.

  • Grade 3, £1,000,000 Total Prize Fund
  • Four miles, three and a half furlongs
  • Maximum field of 40 plus four reserves.

Entries closes January 29, entries revealed January 30 (112 entries), weights revealed February 12, first scratchings deadline February 26, second scratchings deadline March 19, five-day confirmations April 1, final declarations 10am April 4.

Run on in early April each year, the build-up to the Merseyside marathon always starts months before the big day. However, not all horses can run so from now until just a few days before the race we’ll see many horses drop out. For safety reasons, the Grand National is always capped at 40 horses so between now and April 6th we are going to see 65 horses fall by the wayside. There are various declaration stages during February, March and April which also help whittle done the entries to the 40 Grand National Runners.

After the 172nd running has been cancelled, the 173rd running will have the weights for the Grand National released in February 2021 by the British Horseracing Authority’s head of handicapping.

Once each horse has been allocated a weight to carry this will give us a better idea which entries will be the actual Grand National Runners for 2021 – in the world’s richest and greatest steeplechase. Plus, the 2020 Grand National betting market normally has a shake-up after these weights are announced.

Grand National 2019 Results

Tiger Roll wins the Aintree Grand National 2019! Tiger Roll is the first horse in 45 years to win back to back Grand Nationals.

1 Tiger Roll (D N Russell) 4-1 Fav

2 Magic Of Light (P D Kennedy) 66-1

3 Rathvinden (R Walsh) 8-1

4 Walk In The Mill (James Best) 25-1

5 Anibale Fly (Ruby Walsh) 10-1

In 2018 and 2019 we saw Gordon Elliott’s powerful Irish yard win the Grand National for the second time after their Tiger Roll held on in a gruelling finish. There is every chance Tiger Roll will be targeted at the race again in 2020 too as he will look to become the first Grand National winner to win in three consecutive years.

To qualify, horses must have run at least three times in chases under the Recognised Racing Authority Rules of Racing up to and including February 10. Horses may be allocated a rating after then, by the handicapper. The decision of the BHA Head of Handicapping shall be final.

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*All odds at time of publishing. All subject to change.

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