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Jockey and Trainer Stats


Rank Jockey Name Rides Today Runs Wins Win %
1st Harry Skelton 0 115 19 17
2nd Harry Cobden 0 76 13 17
3rd Aidan Coleman 0 49 11 22
4th Mark Walsh 0 23 8 35
5th Brian Hughes 0 85 8 9

The jockeys above are ranked by their number of wins at this course in the last 5 seasons.


Rank Trainer Name Runs Wins Win %
1st Dan Skelton 148 21 14
2nd Paul Nicholls 98 16 16
3rd Nicky Henderson 88 10 11
4th Olly Murphy 72 9 13
5th W P Mullins 70 9 13

The trainers above are ranked by their number of wins at this course in the last 5 seasons.

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Aintree Betting Tips

Located in Liverpool, Aintree is best known for being the home of the Grand National. The famous race was first run in 1839 and is the most valuable jump contest in Europe, with a prize fund of around £1m. The accompanying festival is full of quality with 10 Grade 1 races over the three days.

Course: The main course used at Aintree is the Mildmay, which is a flat mile and a half circuit. This is on the inside of the Grand National course which is about two miles and two furlongs. It is also flat but in a triangular shape. The Grand National itself is two laps of the course which is a total of thirty fences jumped. The fences are arguably the toughest in the country and our tips have to be more than assured jumpers.

Feature Meeting: The Grand National meeting takes place over three days in April and attracts the best of the best. We have tips for every contest of the festival which include runner by runner analysis of the big race itself.

The Aintree Festival

Held at Aintree racecourse in Liverpool, the Aintree Festival is one of the world’s most famous, not least because it boasts the most famous horse race on the planet in the Grand National. The three-day event as a whole is not to be missed either, with Aintree’s unique fences and glorious racecourse being used to full effect in all 21 of the Festival’s races. Our Aintree tips cover all of these in great detail, as well as providing runner by runner analysis of all the competing horses.

The Grand National 2024

The highlight of the year for Aintree racecourse is undoubtedly the Grand National, and an exciting race for our Aintree tips. The Randox Grand National is the biggest race in horse racing, and one of sport’s most famous occasions. Watched by more than half a million people around the globe, the race takes place towards the end of the festival’s final day. It’s also one of the biggest races in the world numerically, with 34 horses set to compete each year – perhaps explaining why only two horses have ever won the race more than once. This makes picking a winner notoriously difficult, but luckily this is where out selection of Grand National tips come into play. Why not check out our Aintree Festival page for more Grand National information.

Grand National Tips

Our experts offer their Grand National tips well in advance, so you can take advantage of any early value. Our tipsters look at form, track conditions, stats and odds before making their tips for the National, and with years of experience under their belt, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more knowledgeable bunch of horse racing professionals.


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Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool, Merseyside L9 5AS.

General Admission

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How to Get There

Air - 10m, Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Road - N of city, 1m S of junction of M57 and M58 with A59 Preston road. M6(Jctn21a).
Rail - Adjoining course, Aintree Stn (London Euston-Liverpool Lime Street then local service).

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