2020 Grand National Betting

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2020 Grand National Betting

2020 Grand National Odds*, Grand National 2020 Betting*, 2020 Randox Health Grand National Handicap Chase Betting Odds*, 2020 Grand National Favourite*

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Tiger Roll
Tiger Roll 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5
Anibale Fly
Anibale Fly 11 11 13 11 12
Rathvinden 11 11 12 11 12
Vintage Clouds
Vintage Clouds 13 13 13 13 13
Lake View Lad
Lake View Lad 15 15 17 15 15
Pleasant Company
Pleasant Company 21 21 21 21 21
Step Back
Step Back 21 21 26 21 21
Mall Dini
Mall Dini 21 21 21 21 21
Rock The Kasbah
Rock The Kasbah 21 21 21 21 21
Pairofbrowneyes 26 26 26 26 26

*Odds correct as of 01 April 2019, 14:22. Odds are subject to change. For Full Market Odds See Betting Site. Our odds may be several days old and are reproduced to give you an indication of the betting market.

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2020 Grand National Handicap Chase

The Grand National Handicap Chase is a National Hunt handicap steeplechase held on Day 3 of the Grand National Festival (a Saturday) and it is run at Aintree over a distance of 4 miles 514 yards. The Grand National Festival – Aintree Festival takes place annually in early April at Aintree Racecourse in Merseyside, England.

The Grand National Handicap Chase was established in the 1839 and there are 30 fences to be jumped over two laps.

The 2020 Grand National Handicap Chase horse race will be held on Saturday, 4 April 2020.

Grand National Handicap Chase

Aintree Racecourse is home to the world’s most famous, most talked about, most watched race, the Grand National. No other race can compare to the sheer excitement and passion of the Grand National. It is the most valuable jump race in Europe with a prize fund of over £1million and it is one of the most ‘bet on’ horse races in the sports calendar as favourites rarely win.

The Grand National race first run in 1839, and is a handicap steeplechase run over 4 miles 514 yards. The horses must jump 30 fences over two laps, and the fences in the National are much larger fences than on other National Hunt tracks. In fact, some of the fences such as The Chair, Canal Turn and Becher’s Brook have become famous their own right.

This iconic race sees jockeys, as well as trainers, go head to head in a bid to win the sport’s most famous prize. It is a real test for not only the horse, but the jockey who needs to maintain the pace of the ride throughout the race.

Red Rum is still one of the most recognisable names on the planet as far as horse racing is concerned. His no nonsense attacking style was highly regarded by many in the industry and he achieved an incredible treble. This was during the 1970’s when Red Rum won an unprecedented three Grand Nationals in 1973, 1974 and finally in 1977. This ultimate jump test proved a breeze for Red Rum and is believed to have never fallen in close to 100 races. His 1973 was deemed to be one of the finest of all time where Red Rum closed a 30 length gap to win. After sadly passing away in 1995, you will still be able to find his remains which are across the Aintree winning post.

The excitement of this race is that it can be so unpredictable, with several outsiders having won the race in the past. For example, in 1967, with odds of around 100-1, the rank outsider Foinavon ridden by John Buckingham, who managed to avoid a loose horse on the course, stormed home to victory. Although other horses were giving chase, Foinavon held on. One of the fences is now known as Foinavon Fence paying homage to his remarkable victory.

Another 100-1 rank outsider was Mon Mome, who in 2009 won the National to great effect…..Winning by more than 10 lengths ensured that he was the biggest priced champion for more than four decades.
The race has been broadcast live since 1960, with an estimated annual audience of between 500 and 600 million people across 140 countries. Some race goers believe this is the most exciting horse race in the world. Everyone gets behind the spirit of the Grand National, the underdog always has the possibility of winning, and the spirit of this race is loved by people who do not normally watch or bet on horse riding at any other race meeting.

Previous Grand National Handicap Chase Winners

Year Horse Jockey – Trainer
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2019 Tiger Roll Davy Russell – Gordon Elliott
2018 Tiger Roll Davy Russell – Gordon Elliott
2017 One For Arthur Derek Fox – Lucinda Russell
2016 Rule The World David Mullins – Mouse Morris
2015 Many Clouds Leighton Aspell – Oliver Sherwood
2014 Pineau De Re Leighton Aspell – Richard Newland
2013 Auroras Encore Ryan Mania – Sue Smith
2012 Neptune Collonges Daryl Jacob – Paul Nicholls
2011 Ballabriggs Jason Maguire – Donald McCain, Jr.
2010 Don’t Push It Tony McCoy – Jonjo O’Neill
2009 Mon Mome Liam Treadwell – Venetia Williams
2008 Comply or Die Timmy Murphy – David Pipe
2007 Silver Birch Robbie Power – Gordon Elliott