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The Grand National is the biggest horse race in the world, the culmination of three days of superb action at Aintree which runs from Thursday 13th to Saturday 15th of April in 2023. We will have runner by runner previews and tips for all twenty-one races at the meeting as well as all the news, trends and tips you need to make the most of the three days.

Day one sees the ‘Gold Cup’ of the meeting in the Aintree Bowl as well as the Aintree Hurdle, a Grade 1 over two and a half miles and a race that even the packed schedule of the Cheltenham Festival is missing. A unique test of speed and stamina round this flat track, it’s the final one of four Grade 1’s on the card as well as the first look at the big fences in the Foxhunters.

Friday is ‘Ladies Day’, also known as Fabulous Friday, and features four Grade 1 contests on the card including the highlight, namely the Melling Chase. With a distance of two and a half miles, it’s the Aintree equivalent of the Ryanair at Cheltenham, with a number of those who contested the Festival expected to make the trip to Liverpool.

The final day of the meeting is Grand National day, a race that attracts those once a year punters, drawn by the history and prestige of one of the most famous races in the world. It’s a fiercely competitive contest, as shown by the fact that only two horses have ever managed to win the race more than once – Red Rum in the 1970s and Tiger Roll in the 2010s.

It’s a tough race and the bookmakers seem to have settled on two antepost favourites for this year’s edition; Corach Rambler, who became only the fourth horse in nearly 80 years to win back-to-back Festival Trophy Handicap Chases in March, and last year’s Grand National winner, Noble Yeats. The claims of the defending champion are plain to see whereas the former massively enhanced his own credentials at the Cheltenham Festival and goes into Aintree now officially 10 pounds ‘well in’.

2023 promises to be another superb renewal of the Grand National, myracing has you covered with expert Aintree betting tips and free bets. Check back daily for the latest tips for Thursday, Friday and Saturday’s cards.

Aintree Festival Day 1 – Thursday

Manifesto Novices’ Chase (Grade 1)
4-Y-O Juvenile Hurdle (Grade 1)
Aintree Bowl Chase (Grade 1)
Aintree Hurdle (Grade 1)
Foxhunters’ Open Hunters’ Chase
Red Rum Handicap Chase (Grade 3)
Mares’ Bumper (Grade 2)

For detailed insight and analysis, you can find our Aintree Festival day 1 tips.

Aintree Festival Day 2 – Friday (Ladies Day)

Orrell Park Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3)
Top Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 1)
Mildmay Novices’ Chase (Grade 1)
Melling Chase (Grade 1)
Topham Handicap Chase (Grade 3)
Sefton Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 1)
Pincent Masons Handicap Hurdle (Grade 2)

For detailed insight and analysis, you can find our Aintree Festival day 2 tips.

Aintree Festival Day 3 – Saturday (Grand National Day)

Gaskell’s Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3)
Mersey Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 1)
Maghull Novices’ Chase (Grade 1)
Liverpool Hurdle (Grade 1)
Betway Handicap Chase (Grade 3)
Randox Health Grand National (Grade 3)
Weatherby’s National Hunt Flat Race (Grade 2)

For detailed insight and analysis, you can find our Aintree Festival day 3 tips.

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Grand National 2022 FAQs:

When is the 2023 Grand National?

The 2023 Grand National will be held on Saturday 15th April at 5:15 pm (17:15 GMT) and will finish around 10 minutes later at 5:25 pm (17:25 GMT).

How do I pick the winner of the Grand National?

Many punters will go for the horse with the best name or the jockey wearing their favourite colours, but for those looking to win, it pays to look at the details.

Study the form of each horse and see how they perform in various conditions and surfaces. Take a look at the history of Grand National winners, and see if there’s anything they have in common. Finally, it pays to be informed, so make sure you check out our selection of Grand National tips. These are made by our seasoned experts – they do the hard yards so you don’t have to.

What is the Grand National course like?

The Grand National course at Aintree is run over just over four and a quarter miles. It is famed for its many fences, with 30 jumps required in total.

For more details, make sure to check out myracing’s course maps above.

What horse is favourite to win the Grand National?

At the time of writing, Corach Rambler is the current favourite but with the festival approaching, the ante-post odds lists are beginning to take on a more definitive shape. Check our Grand National tips to learn more.

Who won the 2022 Grand National?

The 2022 renewal was won by 50/1 chance Noble Yeats, trained by Emmet Mullins. The 7 year old was ridden by Sam Waley-Cohen who became the first amateur jockey to win the Grand National in over 30 years! Immediately after the race, Waley-Cohen announced his retirement to bring down the curtain on a hugely successful career.

After going off as last year’s 15/2 favourite, Any Second Now bettered his 3rd place in 2021 by finishing runner up to Delta Work, both of whom look set to take their chance at Grand National glory once again in 2023.

What are the best Grand National free bets?

The best Grand National free bets offer big bonuses for a small deposit. To compare all the best free bets from all the top bookmakers, make sure to check out our Grand National free bets page.

What types of bets can I do on the 2023 Grand National?

There are two types of main bets for the Grand National. Win-only bets involve your horse winning the race outright. Conversely, if you’d prefer to hedge your bets, you can opt for an each-way bet. This is effectively two bets – one for your horse to win and the other for your horse to place, which means they can finish 1nd, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and sometimes 5th and your bet will still come in.

For those who like low-risk, high reward type bets, many people like to bet on exotic markets. The most popular type of exotics are the Exacta, which requires bettors to select the horses that will come first and second, and the Trifecta which means correctly predicting the first, second and third horse (in that order).

Tote are undoubtedly the best bookmaker to offers these bet types with a large range similar bets and combinations, meaning the subsequent rewards can be substantial for small stakes.

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