Grand National Odds 2022

The odds below are for the 2022 Grand National. Click on the odds to be taken to the betting site. Many bookmakers will offer a free bet or sign up offer, so as well as looking for the best odds on your selection you may want to check out our list of available grand national free bets.


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Which horse is favourite to win the grand national?

    Cloth Cap is the current grand national favourite with odds as low as 6/1 with some bookmakers

  • How do you get the best odds on the grand national?

    Grand National Guide will provide you with best odds from reputable bookmakers. This page updates automatically with the latest odds from a selection of bookmakers. By comparing bookmaker odds you will be able to get better odds than just going to one betting site. 

  • Are each way odds different to win odds

    The grand national odds listed on this page are for the horse to win the race. Each way odds are calculated using a fraction of the win odds. So if you bet £1 each way, you will have £1 on the win at the win odds and typically in the grand national you will have £1 on the place at 1/4 of the win odds. 

  • When is the best time to take odds on the Grand National

    Typically the earlier you bet before the race start time the better. In the days leading up to the race you can often gain better odds than on the day of the race. Then on the day of the race, typically odds shorten towards race time. Of course this can vary, some horses odds will drift, others contract. But the closer to the race, typically the less generous the bookies are as they know you just want to get your bets on. 

  • What is best odds guaranteed?

    Best odds guaranteed is a great way to bet on horse racing. Most bookies offer this but the rules vary. Typically if you place a bet on the morning of a race and the odds on your horse drifts then the bookie will pay out at the higher odds. Therefore you can take a price knowing the odds can only get better. This guide explains more about best odds guaranteed.

Getting Best Odds for Grand National 2021

Grand national odds for each of the grand national runners 2021 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. 

Five years ago, Rule the World was trading around 50/1 for most of the day of the race but started at 33/1. These horses can be found as good bets though, we tipped Rule The World to win! See our tips for 2021 here

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 9 winners from the past 23 races have started at odds of 11/1 or less, including the last winner, Tiger Roll.

Once you have made your selection for the Grand National you need to decide what type of Grand National bet you want to place. Do you want to play it safe and back your selection each-way or are you feeling especially confident and want to back your Grand National horse win only? 

To back your Grand National runner each-way you need to place two bets; one on the horse to finish first and another that gives you a smaller return for your money if your Grand National horse finishes second, third or fourth. If you decide you want your Grand National bet to be each-way you just need to make sure you tick the each-way box when you place your bet.

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.

Grand National Odds for Other Betting Markets

In addition to placing bets on individual runners in the race in the form of win or each way bets,  some people are interested in the odds on other forms of grand national betting. These could be called fun bets or special bets. We have a whole page to help you with grand national fun bets  where as well as providing you with the odds, we also provide analysis of past years results to help make a judgement on 

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