Grand National 2020 Betting Tips & Guide with William Hill

Day 1: Grand National Thursday | Day 2: Ladies Day | Key trends

The 2020 Randox Health Grand National takes place at 5:15pm on Saturday 4th April and is one of the most popular National Hunt betting contests of the season.

The key jockeys and trainers in the Grand National betting odds

Tiger Roll (Davy Russell & Gordon Elliott) – Seeking an unprecedented third consecutive win in the race

Walk In The Mill (James Best & Robert Walford) – Winner of consecutive Becher Chases over the fences, fourth in the race 12 months ago

Burrows Saint (Paul Townend & Willie Mullins) – Irish National winner and a horse that, being only a six-year-old, has time on his side

The typical Grand National winner’s odds

Being a favourite in the Grand National betting odds has not exactly proved an advantage in the past. The only outright favourite to triumph this century was Hedgehunter in 2005.

It’s been eight years since the Grand National winner’s odds were shorter than 10/1, with five of the last seven winners being sent off at odds of 25/1 or larger.

In fact, the average odds of the last 10 winners is just over of 33/1, with 100/1 2009 victor Mon Mome included in this group.

What’s on at Aintree Racecourse?

The Grand National is unique because not only do the horses run over the marathon distance of over four miles, but they jump 30 fences in total. These fences are some of the biggest and hardest to jump of any racecourse, with The Chair, the biggest of them all at over 5ft.

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