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2023 Grand National Odds - Corach Rambler leads Noble Yeats in the betting

Last updated: 28 Mar 2023
Jon Vine 28 Mar 2023
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2023 Grand National [Updated on 22.3.23]
  • This famous handicap chase takes place at Aintree on Saturday 15th April
  • Corach Rambler, Noble Yeats, Any Second Now, and Gaillard Du Mesnil feature in the betting
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Sam Waley-Cohen riding Noble Yeats (R) win The Randox Grand National Handicap Steeple Chase at Aintree. (Getty)

The eyes of the world will be fixed on Aintree during April, as many of the sports top chasers do battle in the 2023 Grand National Handicap Chase.

85 horses were entered at the first stage of Grand National entries at the start of February. Here's a look through the current Grand National betting and a rundown of the most likely runners.

2023 Grand National Odds

Corach Rambler7/1
Noble Yeats8/1
Gaillard Du Mesnil10/1
Any Second Now12/1
Delta Work12/1
Longhouse Poet14/1
Mr Incredible14/1

*Odds taken on 22/3/23*

2023 Grand National Entries

Noble Yeats became the first novice in around half a century to win the Grand National in 2022. Emmet Mullins' star has continued his progression this season, winning the Many Clouds Chase at Aintree, and he'll return to the Grand National having run in the 2023 renewal of the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Corach Rambler jumped ahead of Noble Yeats at the head of the betting, after successfully defending his Ultima crown at the Cheltenham Festival. Gaillard Du Mesnil also shot up the Grand National market following his own victory at Cheltenham in the National Hunt Chase.

Any Second Now ran brilliantly to push Noble Yeats to the line 12 months ago and Ted Walsh has entered up his 11-year-old for a third year in a row. Longhouse Poet will be hoping to build on last season's sixth-place finish at Aintree. 

Britain accounted for just 31 of the 85 entries for the 2023 Grand National. Dan Skelton's Becher Chase winner, Ashtown Lad is the highest-placed home runner in the betting, followed closely by stablemate Le Milos.

Gordon Elliott has handed entries to Grade One winner Conflated, Fury Road, Galvin and Delta Work, as well as last year's ninth Escaria Ten. Willie Mullins could be represented by Gaillard Du Mesnil, Thyestes winner Carefully Selected and Grade One-winning novice, Capodanno.

Other likely Grand National runners include Peter Fahey's The Big Dog, David Pipe's Remastered and Welsh National runner-up, The Big Breakaway. Diol Ker, Happygolucky, My Incredible, Pencilfulloflead, The Shunter and Royale Pagaille also feature in the betting.

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