Grand National Odds

00:42, 28 May 2018 Updated 00:52, 28 May 2018
Here's the full list of all the horses running in the 2019 Grand National ordered by their odds.
  Horse TrainerJockey Bookie Odds Bet
Tiger Roll

Weight ?   

Definitely a horse for the big occasion having won four different races worth more than 40k. Likely to be heavily backed as he is the top hope from the Gordon Elliott stable who had a massive eight winners at the recent Cheltenham Festival.

Gordon Elliott 20-1 See Offer
Pleasant Company

Weight ?   

Ran well in this race last year and should improve with another years experience under his belt. Stable knows how to train a Grand National winner having won the race thirteen years ago

Willie Mullins 25-1 See Offer
Anibale Fly

Weight ?   

Already a winner of a big handicap in Ireland this season and recently finished third in the Cheltenham Gold Cup. One of five horses in the 2018 Grand National for this owner

Tony Martin 40-1 See Offer
Blaklion

Weight ?   

Looked the most likely winner here last year when leading at the third last fence. The stable have won this race twice before and are confident this fella can go really well in the 2018 Grand National.

Nigel Twiston Davies 40-1 See Offer
Baie Des Iles

Weight ?   

Plenty of stamina and loves soft ground. Could be a fairytale Grand National winner as ridden by Katie Walsh who is the wife of the trainer Ross OSullivan!

Ross OSullivan 50-1 See Offer
Childrens List

Weight ?   

Only lightly raced and could have plenty of scope for improvement. Hails from a powerful Irish stable and will appeal to plenty of Grand National gamblers who like an each-way bet

Willie Mullins 50-1 See Offer
I Just Know

Weight ?   

Excellent jumper who likes to go from the front. Stable won this race with a 66/1 outsider five years ago and this fella could be an interesting contender for the 2018 Grand National

Sue Smith 50-1 See Offer
Milansbar

Weight ?   

Thorough stayer who has been placed twice in other long distance races. Top lady jockey Bryony Frost has been booked to ride. Could she be the first woman to ride the winner of the Grand National?

Neil King 50-1 See Offer
Shantou Flyer

Weight ?   

Put in a great performance at the recent Cheltenham Festival. Has been well backed for this at big prices and is in much better form now compared to when he ran poorly in the Grand National last year.

Richard Hobson 50-1 See Offer
The Dutchman

Weight ?   

Ran poorly last time but tests showed a physical problem. Trainer feels he is back to form now and the horse is young enough to bounce back with a good performance in the 2018 Grand National

Colin Tizzard 50-1 See Offer
The Last Samuri

Weight ?   

Finished second here two years ago. Not the biggest horse in the world but he is all heart and is a model of consistency. Trainer Kim Bailey has won the Grand National before with Mr Frisk 28 years ago!

Kim Bailey 50-1 See Offer
Total Recall

Weight ?   

Won three big races already this season; the main Grand National 2018 runner from top Irish trainer Willie Mullins

Willie Mullins 50-1 See Offer
Ucello Conti

Weight ?   

6th two years ago and an unlucky faller last year. Trainer Gordon Elliott won the Grand National with his first runner in the race eleven years ago. Can he win it again in 2018?

Gordon Elliott 50-1 See Offer
Warriors Tale

Weight ?   

These famous colours have been have been worn by three previous Grand National winners. Could this horse be number four in 2018?

Paul Nicholls 50-1 See Offer
Captain Redbeard

Weight ?   

Small stable who do really well with their limited resources. Will be a popular Grand National selection with those that love an underdog

Stuart Coltherd 66-1 See Offer
Road To Riches

Weight ?   

Former high class chaser who has dropped right down the handicap. On a very dangerous weight if finding his best form.

Noel Meade 66-1 See Offer
Seeyouatmidnight

Weight ?   

A Scottish based horse won last year. Can the Scots make it two in a row? Has been bought in the last few days by the owners of a previous Grand National winner, Party Politics.

Sandy Thomson 66-1 See Offer
Perfect Candidate

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Regular winner over the last couple of years who seems equally comfortable whatever the ground conditions. Has a great strike rate of six wins from twenty-two races over fences

Fergal OBrien 100-1 See Offer

Grand National Odds

Grand national odds for each of the grand national runners 2018 are listed on this page. The best odds for your grand national horse will be displayed here, using the odds feeds from the bookmakers we feature on the site.

However please ensure that you double check the odds at the bookmaker site as whilst odds here are correct at the time of publication, the odds change frequently. The odds are updated regularly but they are constantly changing depending on the support for each horse. The amount which the grand national odds vary changes as we approach the race, with betting odds being fairly stable in the days before but changing rapidly on the day of the race, especially as we reach the start time.

We list bookmaker odds from leading and trusted UK bookmakers who want to take your grand national bets, have a reliable website and an easy online account opening process. On Grand National day the bookies websites are very busy and some smaller firms sites have been known to crash!

When selecting your horse please don't just focus on the runners with the shortest odds. In recent years we have seen some winners come home with big grand national odds. For example Mon Mome in 2009 went off at odds of 100/1! Auroras Encore was another outsider in the bookmakers starting prices at 66/1. The year before last, Rule the World was trading around 50/1 but started at 33/1. These horses can be found as good bets though, we tipped Rule The World to win! Make sure you check out our tips for this years race as we are putting up a couple at generous odds again.

There haven't been many winners in recent race history at short odds. In fact only one winner in the last 12 years has started at single figure grand national odds and that was Comply or Die in 2008. Going back a bit further though and you will find that 8 winners from the past 22 years have started at odds of 11/1 or less. With none of those coming in the last 7 years, perhaps we are due another short priced winner? Or are the bookies getting more generous with their grand national betting odds?

As well as using the best odds to decide which bookmaker to bet with, you may also want to consider which bookmakers offer you a free bet or special offer for opening an account with them. See our Grand National Free bets page.


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Odds are correct at time of publishing but are subject to change



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