The Grand National at Aintree racecourse is considered the greatest steeplechase on Earth. First officially held in 1839, it is the richest jumps race in Europe and watched by an estimated 600,000,000 people worldwide. Run over an official distance of four miles, two furlongs and 78 yards near Liverpool on Merseyside, horses race over 30 of the most formidable fences on a special course. Fences like Becher’s Brook and The Chair have their own place in horse racing folklore. The Grand National at Aintree is the ultimate test of stamina and skill for horse and jockey. This staying chase spectacular is one of Britain’s most popular sporting occasions and has a betting turnover of over £150,000,000 with two-thirds of the adult population in the UK having a flutter.
The Grand National 2023 is the highlight of a fantastic three-day meeting at the Merseyside track. It has also produced some of the most dramatic finishes and heart-warming stories in the history of horse racing. They include the Queen Mother-owned Deven Loch, who in 1956 had the race in the bag before leaping into the air 40 yards from home and doing the splits, and the legendary Red Rum who won the race an unprecedented three times and also finished runner-up on two other occasions. Previous Grand National results are well worth studying when trying to find the winner, as course form is a massive plus. You can get Grand National odds 12 months in advance of the race and OpenOdds experts will endeavour to provide you with the best value tips for the Grand National 2019.
Get your tips for the Grand National UK from our horse racing experts
When betting on the Grand National at Aintree or any major races over the jumps or on the Flat, you want to get the best and most reliable tips available from those with an in-depth knowledge of the sport. OpenOdds experts have years of experience and can often be found at race meetings throughout the land analysing races with an eye to future betting opportunities. They will leave no stone unturned in studying the form of Grand National 2023 runners in a bid to find the winner. With bookmakers offering enhanced place terms, they will also endeavour to find where the value lies as regards betting each-way. So, as well as main selection, there will be a danger and outsider to consider backing each-way in their tips for the Grand National. There is also plenty of other top class graded action, plus hot handicaps during the three-day Grand National meeting held in April to take a punt on. We have got all these covered, plus other famous races run at the Merseyside venue during the season, such as the Grade 2 Old Roan Chase in October and the meeting in November or December which features the Grade 3 Becher Handicap Chase – a key trial for the Grand National over those famous unique spruce fences – and the 2m 5f Grand Sefton Chase which is also a handicap run over the course.
We provide you with the best prices via our odds comparison tool
In the not too distant past, to find the best Grand National odds you had to spend a lengthy time trawling through bookmakers’ sites on the internet to find the top value available. Thankfully that is no longer a painstaking task, as we have our very own odds comparison tool which enables you to find the best price available for Grand National 2023 runners you want to back and those horses in other big races you fancy within seconds. It’s free to use and allows you to search for the horse of your choice, then filter the results based on its entries and prices given by the bookmakers. So, after reading our tips for the Grand National 2019, there is no need to leave the site to find where the best and worst prices are. You can also see how the bookies offering them are rated by members of OpenOdds.com – which is also free to join. We also provide the very latest information on the sportsbook welcome bonuses these firms are offering; so, if the bookmaker with the best odds is one you don’t have an account with, you can see if it is an offer which suits your punting requirements.
Every racecourse covered, not just Aintree and the Grand National
As well as some superb action to bet on at the Grand National 2023 and the Festival that has built up around it, there are plenty of other big meetings and major races to gamble on throughout the season, whether it be over the jumps or on the Flat. We will have them all covered, including races in Ireland and the prestigious two-day Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe meeting in France. This is great news as there are plenty of key trials when it comes to trying to find the winner of the Grand National 2019. Past Grand National results have shown that analysing these races in detail can often provide a big priced winner of the famous race. Our experts will do just that and provide you with full details of why a horse features in their tips for the Grand National. So, whether it be Grade 1 action from Aintree or a Listed event on the level at Yarmouth, you can rest assured that our team will be putting in hours of study in a bid to find winners and make your punting more profitable. It is what the great game is all about, so let’s take a look in more detail at some of the big events that will come under the spotlight on the OpenOdds.com site.
All major horse racing events analysed
As well as the Grand National 2023 , the three-day Aintree Festival also features plenty of superb Grade 1 action. These include races like the the 3m 1f Mildmay Novices’ Chase on Ladies Day, which was won by Native River before going on to capture the 2018 Cheltenham Gold Cup; and the Grade 1 Aintree Hurdle over 2m 4f is often the target of those who have run in the Champion Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. The last to complete the big race double was Buveur D’Air in 2017. OpenOdds.com will also cover every big meeting at Cheltenham – the home of steeplechasing. These include The Showcase in October, the three-day November meeting of which the highlight is the valuable BetVictor Gold Cup, Festival Trials Day in January, and of course the highlight of the entire season – the spectacular four-day Cheltenham Festival itself in March. Jumps fans will also be pleased to hear that there are many other races called Grand National in the UK, like the Welsh Grand National, Scottish Grand National. We’ll also have all the major Festivals in Ireland covered among out in-depth coverage of the National Hunt Season. But it’s not all about the jumps, and Flat fans can rest assured that racing on the level gets exactly the same treatment. From the five Classics to hot handicaps and major meetings like Royal Ascot and York’s Ebor Festival, we have everything covered. It makes Openodds.com the one stop place to go when it comes to securing the best betting tips.
Expert advice and latest betting news at your fingertips
When it comes to the latest news regarding Grand National 2023 runners, we have got our fingers firmly on the pulse. As soon as entries are unveiled for the famous race, we will look at them from a gambling perspective to provide you with valuable insight into getting involved in the ante post betting. Breaking news stories which can have a major shake-up on the betting market, key stats compiled from previous Grand National results, stable visits and profiles for the leading contenders will also feature in our news section during the countdown to the Aintree spectacular. You will have all very latest information to make the right choices when it comes to placing your wagers with confidence.
If you are new to betting, meanwhile, and looking for advice on how to get involved and understand the terminology involved, don’t worry as we have got that covered too! Our glossary of terms makes it easy for you to get to grips with the language surrounding betting on horse racing. So, take a look now to quickly get the answer to anything that is puzzling you when it comes to placing your bets. The glossary section will have you clued up on the Grand National and UK horse racing in no time!