Grand National Runners 2025 | Confirmed Horses List & Odds

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With the dust barely settled on this year’s race, it’s already possibly to bet on next April’s Aintree event, so look ahead with the likely 2025 Grand National runners list, plus the very latest odds and betting offers. You can also view the form and trainers, to help you decide which Grand National runners are the best ones to back.

Grand National runners, riders & odds 2025 - Full confirmed horses list

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#1
Favourite

I AM MAXIMUS flag

Form: 14311 / Age: 8 / Trainer: Willie Mullins
Winner of the 2024 Aintree Grand National, this 8-year-old will surely be return in 2025 to try and defend his crown. Irish Jockey Paul Townend expertly guided him through the marathon Aintree trip. His impressive triumph gave powerhouse Irish trainer his second Grand National win.
I AM MAXIMUS 16/1
#2

MINELLA COCOONER flag

Form: 13631- / Age: 8 / Trainer: Willie Mullins
MINELLA COCOONER 25/1
#3

CORBETTS CROSS flag

Form: 312F13 / Age: 7 / Trainer: Emmet Mullins
CORBETTS CROSS 25/1
#4

MONTY'S STAR flag

Form: 1P-312 / Age: 7 / Trainer: Henry de Bromhead
MONTY'S STAR 25/1
#5

INTENSE RAFFLES flag

Form: 5-7111 / Age: 6 / Trainer: Thomas Gibney
INTENSE RAFFLES 25/1
#6

KITTY'S LIGHT flag

Form: -47057 / Age: 8 / Trainer: Christian Williams
This eight-year-old attracted a lot of support on the day of the 2024 Grand National. He was challenging for the lead over the final fence but rapidly faded on the run-in. Given his age, he'll likely make another appearance in the 2025 Aintree Grand National.
KITTY'S LIGHT 33/1
#7

MINELLA INDO flag

Form: 1P-144 / Age: 11 / Trainer: Henry de Bromhead
Henry De Bromhead and Rachael Blackmore came close to repeating their trailblazing 2021 Grand National win, as Minela Indo gave everything he had. The 11-year-old travelled well, but faded inside the final furlong. His impressive fourth-placed finish did land some money for e/w backers.
MINELLA INDO 33/1
#8

DELTA WORK flag

Form: 1U-366 / Age: 11 / Trainer: Gordon Elliott
When interviewed during the 2024 Grand National Festival, Gordon Elliott continually talked up this runner's chances. He was correct to do so, as this 11-year-old produced one of the best performances of his career, finishing second. Given his age and considerable experience, he could return in 2025 to contest his fourth Grand National.
DELTA WORK 33/1
#9

MACDERMOTT flag

Form: 82F11- / Age: 6 / Trainer: Willie Mullins
MACDERMOTT 33/1
#10

CHIANTI CLASSICO flag

Form: -11214 / Age: 7 / Trainer: Kim Bailey
CHIANTI CLASSICO 33/1
#11

SANDOR CLEGANE flag

Form: 4224-4 / Age: 7 / Trainer: Paul Nolan
SANDOR CLEGANE 33/1
#12

I NO THE WAY UR THINKIN flag

Form: 223911 / Age: 6 / Trainer: Gordon Elliott
I NO THE WAY UR THINKIN 33/1
#13

MEETING OF THE WATERS flag

Form: 311U3 / Age: 7 / Trainer: Willie Mullins
Given that Willie Mullins's runner is just seven years old, his 7th-place finish in the 202 Grand National was highly impressive. It bodes well for his jump racing career prospects. He'll likely return to Aintree in 2025 and is definitely a runner to keep a close eye on.
MEETING OF THE WATERS 40/1
#14

GALVIN flag

Form: 2U-854 / Age: 10 / Trainer: Gordon Elliott
GALVIN 40/1
#15

GERRI COLOMBE flag

Form: 1-1221 / Age: 8 / Trainer: Gordon Elliott
GERRI COLOMBE 40/1
#16

ITS ON THE LINE flag

Form: 1121-1 / Age: 7 / Trainer: Emmet Mullins
ITS ON THE LINE 40/1
#17

VANILLIER flag

Form: 2-5502 / Age: 9 / Trainer: Gavin Cromwell
To this point, a second-place finish in the 2022 Grand National is the highlight of his jumps racing career. A 14th-placed finish at Aintree in 2024 failed to live up to that performance. We'll likely see him contest at least one more National, given he's just nine years old.
VANILLIER 50/1
#18

IROKO flag

Form: 13-152 / Age: 6 / Trainer: Oliver Greenall & Josh Guerriero
IROKO 50/1
#19

GALIA DES LITEAUX flag

Form: 4-1224 / Age: 8 / Trainer: Dan Skelton
GALIA DES LITEAUX 66/1
#20

AIN'T THAT A SHAME flag

Form: 10-9P1 / Age: 10 / Trainer: Henry De Bromhead
AIN'T THAT A SHAME 66/1
#21

MAHLER MISSION flag

Form: 12F-22 / Age: 8 / Trainer: John C McConnell
A bad mistake at the 15th fence saw him unseat Ben Harvey during the 2024 Grand National. He attracted a ton of support in the betting market in the week preceding the festival but was ultimately disappointing. At just eight years old, he could return to Aintree to give the marathon contest another go.
MAHLER MISSION 66/1
#22

LIMERICK LACE flag

Form: 3-1211 / Age: 7 / Trainer: Gavin Cromwell
LIMERICK LACE 66/1
#23

NOBLE YEATS flag

Form: 4-7217 / Age: 9 / Trainer: Emmet Mullins
A real veteran of the Aintree Grand National, having tackled the marathon contest three times. A 19th-place finish in 2024 didn't live up to his performances in previous years, but at just 9 years old he could return for a final Aintree hoorah in 2025.
NOBLE YEATS 66/1
#24

THE GOFFER flag

Form: 4-8585 / Age: 7 / Trainer: Gordon Elliott
THE GOFFER 66/1
#25

STATTLER flag

Form: 2P-624 / Age: 9 / Trainer: Willie Mullins
STATTLER 66/1
#26

MR INCREDIBLE flag

Form: B23U-2 / Age: 8 / Trainer: Willie Mullins
MR INCREDIBLE 66/1
#27

PANDA BOY flag

Form: 5-4424 / Age: 8 / Trainer: Martin Brassil
This Martin Brassil trained horse attracted a lot of support on the day of the 2024 Grand National but only managed to limp home in 17th. There's a history of horses that finish the Grand National improving if they return to Aintree, so he's one to keep an eye on in the build-up to the 2025 Grand National.
PANDA BOY 66/1
#28

NASSALAM flag

Form: 7-411P / Age: 7 / Trainer: Gary Moore
NASSALAM 66/1
#29

CAPODANNO flag

Form: P-6314 / Age: 8 / Trainer: Willie Mullins
This Willie Mullins runner produced a solid, but not remarkable, performance in the 2024 Aintree Grand National. He finished 16th, tailing off two fences from the winning post. Horses that finish the marathon test tend to significantly improve if they run in the contest again, so he could be one to watch in the 2025 Grand National build up.
CAPODANNO 66/1
#30

COKO BEACH flag

Form: P-3121 / Age: 9 / Trainer: Gordon Elliott
This Aintree veteran's 11th-placed finish in the 2024 Grand National was a solid result, especially after being pulled up in 2023. Given his age, there's a definite possibility he'll return to expect to see this Aintree in 2025, and you can count on Gordon Elliott to get the best out of him.
COKO BEACH 80/1
#31

LATENIGHTPASS flag

Form: 14-215 / Age: 11 / Trainer: Tom Ellis
LATENIGHTPASS 100/1
#32

ELDORADO ALLEN flag

Form: 4-345P / Age: 10 / Trainer: Joe Tizzard
ELDORADO ALLEN 100/1
#33

ADAMANTLY CHOSEN flag

Form: P-4071 / Age: 7 / Trainer: Willie Mullins
ADAMANTLY CHOSEN 100/1
#34

CHEMICAL ENERGY flag

Form:142P-6 / Age: 8 / Trainer: Gordon Elliott
This eight-year-old was disappointing in the 2024 Aintree Grand National, being pulled up two fences from home after making a big mistake. Given his relatively young age, he may return to Aintree in the future. You can rely on Gordon Elliott to get the best out of him.
CHEMICAL ENERGY 100/1
#35

ROI MAGE flag

Form: 27-162 / Age: 12 / Trainer: Patrick Griffin
ROI MAGE 100/1
#36

FOXY JACKS flag

Form: 21P314 / Age: 10 / Trainer: Mouse Morris
FOXY JACKS 100/1
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*Grand National runners odds last updated at 11am on 17th May 2024, and are subject to change.

Grand National runners list 2025

Speculation over the identities of next year’s confirmed Grand National runners and riders will inevitably be as intense as ever, as we count down to finding out exactly which horses will run at Aintree. The process is likely to be similar to 2024, where initially 94 horses were entered into the race, with that number gradually dwindling following the Cheltenham Festival. The list continued to be whittled down, until 34 confirmed Grand National horses were announced on the Thursday morning before the race. Chambard and Run Wild Fred were withdrawn late on, leaving us with 32 horses to cheer on.

A number of the horses that ran in 2024’s race are expected to renew their rivalries for the 2025 Grand National, most notably the winner, I Am Maximus. You can find all the Grand National contenders listed alphabetically below.

  1. Adamantly Chosen
  2. Ain’t That A Shame
  3. Capodanno
  4. Chianti Classico
  5. Chemical Energy
  6. Coko Beach
  7. Corbetts Cross
  8. Delta Work
  9. Eldorado Allen
  10. Foxy Jacks
  11. Galia Des Liteaux
  12. Galvin
  13. Gerri Colombe
  14. I Am Maximus
  15. Inourwayofthinkin
  16. Intense Raffles
  17. Iroko
  18. Its On The Line
  19. Kitty’s Light
  20. Latenightpass
  21. Limerick Lace
  22. Macdermott
  23. Mahler Mission
  24. Meetingofthewaters
  25. Minella Cocooner
  26. Minella Indo
  27. Monty’s Star
  28. Mr Incredible
  29. Nassalam
  30. Noble Yeats
  31. Panda Boy
  32. Roi Mage
  33. Sandor Clegane
  34. Stattler
  35. The Goffer
  36. Vanillier

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Who are the Grand National favourites for 2025?

There are dozens of Grand National horses carrying the hopes of their owners and trainers, but invariably most interest and the big money surrounds the Grand National favourites. Here’s a brief Grand National horse-by-horse guide for some of the leading 2025 Grand National runners according to the latest Grand National odds:

I Am Maximus Grand National summary

  • Career highlights: 2024 Grand National winner & 2023 Irish Grand National winner.
  • Career prize money: £869,842
  • 2024 Grand National result: 1st
  • 2025 Grand National betting odds: 16/1 favourite

Minella Cocooner Grand National summary

  • Career highlights: 2024 bet365 Gold Cup winner.
  • Career prize money: £286,989
  • 2024 Grand National result: Didn’t run
  • 2025 Grand National betting odds: 25/1

Corbetts Cross Grand National summary

  • Career highlights: 2024 Cheltenham Festival NH Challenge Cup winner .
  • Career prize money: £154,134
  • 2024 Grand National result: Didn’t run
  • 2025 Grand National betting odds: 25/1

Intense Raffles Grand National summary

  • Career highlights: 2024 Cheltenham Mares Chase winner.
  • Career prize money: £329,913
  • 2024 Grand National result: Didn’t run
  • 2025 Grand National betting odds: 25/1
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Grand National runners with the same silks

You may have noticed some of this year’s Grand National runners will be wearing the same colours, which can make them harder to spot in a large and congested field. This is because they share the same owner. Our table below shows the horses which will ran in the same silks in 2024, so keep an extra close eye on these to make sure you don’t end up cheering for the wrong Grand National runners.

Grand National ownersGrand National runnersGrand National silks
J P McManusI Am Maximus, Meetingofthewaters, Limerick Lace,
Capodanno, Janidil
Willie Mullins colours
GigginstownDelta Work, Coko Beach, Farouk D’Alene,
Run Wild Fred
Gigginstown silks
Ronnie BartlettGalvin, StattlerRonnie Bartlett silks

Previous Grand National winners

The 2024 Grand National went ahead in front of the usual packed stands, despite concerns that new safety measure may impact the pre-race excitement. The Grand National odds had I Am Maximus as the eventual favourite, while 2023 Grand National winner Corach Rambler went off as one of the top weights.

Rachael Blackmore looked the most likely winner on Minella Indo as the horses headed to the final fence. Ultimately though, it was I Am Maximus who powered through to win by over seven lengths from Delta Work. Here are the ten previous Grand National winners:

  • 2024 – I Am Maximus
  • 2023 – Corach Rambler
  • 2022 – Noble Yeats
  • 2021 – Minella Times
  • 2020 – race cancelled
  • 2019 – Tiger Roll
  • 2018 – Tiger Roll
  • 2017 – One For Arthur
  • 2016 – Rule The World
  • 2015 – Many Clouds
  • 2014 – Pineau De Re

Read more about how they got on via our Grand National reviews hub.

How are the Grand National runners decided?

In early February, a longlist containing around 100 potential Grand National runners is announced. As we near the 2025 Aintree Grand National, this is whittled down to a maximum of 34 Grand National runners. Narrowing down the field to 34 runners is a lengthy process, with the following steps and many twists and turns when it comes to the Grand National odds.

  • Grand National entries will close in early February, giving us a longlist of around 100 Aintree Grand National runners.
  • Grand National weights will then be announced in mid-February, ranking the Grand National horses from one to 34 and beyond.
  • The first scratchings deadline is in early March.
  • The second scratchings come three weeks later, after the twists and turns of the Cheltenham Festival have all played out.
  • Five-day confirmations will be on 31st March 2025.
  • Final declarations will happen on Thursday 3rd April at 10am, featuring the top 34 Grand National horses from the weights list.

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How many Grand National runners are in 2025?

The Grand National has been capped at 40 horses for many years, but a decision ahead of 2024’s race to trim the field further, to a maximum of 34 Grand National runners. There are various declaration stages during February, March and April which also help whittle down the entries to the new Grand National runners limit.

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Who decides which horses run in the Grand National?

The Grand National weights will be released in February 2025 by the British Horseracing Authority’s head of handicapping. They decide the weights and ratings for the runners entered which will invariably end up being a deciding factor in who the final 34 runners will be on the day.

Once each horse has been allocated a weight to carry, we have a clearer idea which horses will be the confirmed Grand National runners for 2025. This has a significant impact on the 2025 Grand National betting odds.

Grand National entries 2025

As long as horses meet the criteria, there is essentially no limit to the number of initial entries. On the day, however, a maximum of 34 Grand National horses can run, a reduction on the previous maximum of 40.

As well as the official criteria, trainers and owners have to answer questions regarding their own horses. Will they stay the trip? Are they well handicapped? Is the ground suitable? Are they in good form?

Everyone involved has a balancing act to manage too. Those entered in the Grand National who are not jumping or staying well should not be involved. However, those in the form of their lives may have to put up with a very large racing weight given to them by the handicapper. All of these factors impact the Grand National betting odds.

Many horses are still considered to be contenders in 2025, these being some of the key stats:

  • I Am Maximus is the most recent winner, coming home over seven lengths clear of Delta Work and Minella Indo.
  • Rachael Blackmore became the first female jockey to win the Grand National (2021) and the Cheltenham Gold Cup (2022), so there’ll be a real interest in whoever she decides to ride. The 2024 Grand National saw some late money come for her mount, Minella Indo, and the gamble proved justified as she steered her horse home to a more than respectable third place.
  • Henry de Bromhead trained both the first and second placed horses at the 2021 Grand National.
  • Perennial leading owner JP McManus tasted Grand National success for the second time in 2021.
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Grand National non-runners

After the official final declarations for the race take place, any horse that’s being pulled out is a ‘non-runner’. In this case, the final field was declared on Thursday, April 11th.

Historically, the Grand National has allowed ‘reserves’ to be called into the field to replace a non-runner. However, this system has been discontinued since 2023, meaning the 2024 race took place with only 32 runners after the late withdrawal of Run Wild Fred and Chambard.

Horses are often pulled out for a number of reasons, a change in the ground or a veterinary issue being most likely.

What to look for when finding a winning horse?

There are certain criteria for horses to meet in order to qualify for the Grand National. Understanding them means not only knowing who will run but often how well too.

Weight

As a handicap race, the weights for Grand National runners are basically decided according to their official rating. So, if the top horse is rated 170 and carries 11st 10lbs, a horse rated 167 would carry 11st 7lbs etc.

Given the special nature of this race, however, the head BHA handicapper has dispensation to change the ratings and the weights somewhat. The handicapper can use other factors such as proven form at Aintree to adjust the weights. He will frame the weights a couple of months before the race before publishing them.

The top-rated horse in the line-up will carry 11st 10lbs. In years gone by it was thought nigh impossible for horses to carry such weights to win the National. Things are different now. The classier horses at the top of the weights have every chance of winning this, especially if the ground isn’t too testing.

Age

Only those aged 7 and over can enter. This was raised from 6 recently, with Noble Yeats becoming the first horse aged younger than 8 to win the Grand National since 1940.

Horses between 8 and 11 are thought of as being at the perfect age. Even then, a lot will depend on what form they are in and whether it’s believed a new career peak is realistic regardless of how old they are.

Career

There isn’t a set career path for a Grand National contender. Race set-ups in the UK and Ireland are different but equally fruitful. The trick is not to follow horses coming from certain races. Rather, it is best to find a horse which is about to peak. Those running to their best form this season, but not necessarily badly weighted, are favoured.

Stamina

Only those who have been placed in a recognised chase over 3 miles or longer can enter. That is because of safety concerns, but as punters, we can take that a step further. In truth, what we really want to see is a horse who has won at least once over 3 miles. We’d rather see those wins being gained in good quality races too. Horses with the previous form in the Grand National, the Welsh and Irish Grand Nationals or over 3 miles at Cheltenham often go on to do well.

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Grand National riders

The identity of a Grand National rider is important when deciding which horse to bet on. Some prefer to back a jockey that has previously won the Grand National, while others may prefer to back a female jockey, following Rachael Blackmore’s memorable win in 2021.

To be allowed to ride, jockeys must have ridden at least 15 winners under rules in Britain or Ireland. Ten of those wins need to have been over fences rather than hurdles too, so it’s clear that all 34 Grand National riders and, and their respective Grand National horses, will be more than competent at their trade.

Some jockeys are associated with certain stables or owners and will be retained to ride by them. In fact, the vast majority of winning riders can thank their retainers for a significant part in their Aintree wins.

However the Grand National jockeys get their mounts, this is a race that can make a career for them. Leighton Aspell managed to win this race twice in a row for two different trainer/owner combinations. The two greatest riders in recent years, AP McCoy and Ruby Walsh won this race only once and twice respectively.

The most successful jump jockeys from the past season are expected to be involved in the Grand National 2025, so have a look at our Grand National riders list to see if any catch your eye.

  • Aidan Coleman
  • M P Walsh
  • Rachael Blackmore
  • Brendan Powell
  • D N Russell
  • Paul Townend
  • T Scudamore
  • Nick Scholfield
  • D A Jacob
  • Ryan Mania
  • Harry Skelton
  • Jonjo O’Neill Jr
  • Charlie Deutsch
  • Sam Twiston-Davies
  • Sean Bowen
  • Harry Cobden
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Grand National 2025 key facts and figures

  • Winner’s Prize Money: £500,000
  • Total Runners: 34
  • Official Going: Soft, Good to Soft in places
  • Number of Hurdles: 30
  • Race Distance: 4 miles 2 furlongs 74 yards

*All Grand National odds correct at time of publishing. All subject to change.

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Grand National 2024 results and odds

The Grand National took place on 13th April at 4pm, as the Willie Mullins horse, I Am Maximus, justified being backed into favouritism, while Rachael Blackmore went close to winning her second Grand National.

PositionGrand National runnersGrand National ridersGrand National odds
1stI Am MaximusPaul Townend7/1 joint fav
2ndDelta WorkJ W Kennedy28/1
3rdMinella IndoRachael Blackmore28/1
4thGalvinSam Ewing40/1
5thKitty’s LightJack Tudor12/1

Full 2024 Grand National Review

Grand National runners 2025 FAQ

Find more relevant information when it comes to Grand National runners in our FAQs below.

When is the Grand National?

Grand National 2025 is scheduled for Saturday 5th April at 4pm. The three-day festival gets going on 3rd April, which is also when the final declarations will be published for the Grand National.

Who are the favourites for the Grand National?

I Am Maximus is the early favourite to win the Grand National for the second year in a row. Other leading contenders include bet365 Gold Cup Chase winner Minella Cocooner, and Irish Grand National winner Intense Raffles.

Who are the runners for the Grand National?

The Grand National runners and riders will be confirmed a couple of days before the race, with pre-race favourites according to the Grand National betting including 2024 Grand National winner I Am Maximus, as well as Delta Work and Minella Indo, who completed the top three places.

Who will win the Grand National 2025?

It’s tough to say in a field of this size, but I Am Maximus is prominent in the ante-post Grand National betting. He will be carrying more weight in the 2025 race though, so it may be better looking elsewhere for your Grand National bets.

How many horses left in the Grand National?

The long list of potential Grand National horses will eventually be whittled down to the final 34 confirmed Grand National runners. This is a reduction from a limit of 40 runners in previous years.

What was the best horse to win the Grand National?

Red Rum is generally seen as the best Grand National horse in history, having won the famous race on three occasions in the 1970’s. More recently, Tiger Roll won the race twice so is very highly thought of as a result.

How many fences do the horses jump in the Grand National?

30 fences are taken by the field over a trip just short of 4¼ miles.

What time is the Grand National 2025?

The 2025 Grand National will start at 4pm, after the race was moved from later in the day to ensure the Aintree track is in the best possible condition for the runners.

How many horses will run in the 2025 Grand National?

In previous years, up to 40 horses could run in the Grand National, but safety measures have seen that number reduced. The maximum number of Grand National runners is now limited to 34, although Chambard and Run Wild Fred’s late withdrawal meant only 32 horses actually ran in 2024.

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