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Grand National odds: 2019 guide to the leading contenders at Aintree

We've taken a look at the 2019 Grand National odds and have picked out six of the best prospects to prevail at Aintree for punters to consider.

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BetStars will have Grand National betting odds right up until the start of the world's most famous race and this Grand National betting guide will hopefully help some of our followers to pick out the winner!

Tiger Roll

Trainer: Gordon Elliott

Form figures: 511-411

Set to go off as the shortest-priced favourite in living memory as he bids to become the first horse since Red Rum in 1974 to claim back-to-back Grand National wins.

Certainly rises to the big occasions, as he also boasts four Cheltenham Festival victories following a second successive triumph in the Cross Country Chase there this term.

Chances: Despite all that he has already achieved, Tiger Roll is still only nine years old and has every chance of landing an Aintree double.


Trainer: Willie Mullins

Form figures: BU14-1

Showed he can handle a marathon trip when gamely getting the better of Ms Parfois in last year's four-mile National Hunt Chase at Cheltenham.

Couldn't have been more impressive when landing the Bobbyjo Chase at Fairyhouse in February, a proven stepping stone towards Aintree glory, and bypassed this season's Festival to keep him fresh.

Chances: Proven stamina and a touch of class are two key ingredients when it comes to claiming this contest.

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Anibale Fly

Trainer: Tony Martin

Form figures: 34-622

Didn't enjoy the smoothest of passages when a fine fourth here 12 months ago after previously staying on to finish third in the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Returns as a major player following his fast-finishing second to Al Boum Photo at this year's Festival and has been well backed in the build-up.

Chances: Will need some luck in running as he likes to sit off the pace and then come through the pack, but will be powering home if fortune does favour the brave.

Pleasant Company

Trainer: Willie Mullins

Form figures: 0P2-00

Rallied bravely to push Tiger Roll close last year after being six lengths down at the elbow and may even have won but for a mistake two out.

Stumbled badly when tracking the leaders at Valentines second time around in 2017 before going on to finish a fair ninth, so Aintree holds no fears for this gelding.

Chances: Also has a Punchestown Festival triumph on his CV and being 11 isn't a worry, as there were three straight winners of that age between 2012 and 2014.

Ramses de Teillee

Trainer: David Pipe

Form figures: 9-5122

Few would begrudge this seven-year-old a big win after finishing second in the Welsh National and the Grand National Trial at Haydock.

A mistake four out cost him plenty of momentum at Chepstow after he was cruising at that point and he was only edged out on the run-in next time out.

Pipe said: "We were not sure if he was going to get the trip in the Welsh National, but he got it well and he ran very well at Haydock.

"While he's only seven, he's been to the Cheltenham Festival, the Welsh National and the Grand National Trial and doesn't seem to be fazed by anything."

Chances: Travels so smoothly in races that he looks an ideal type for this contest and everyone loves a flying grey! Hopefully this isn't a year too early.

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One For Arthur

Trainer: Lucinda Russell

Form figures: 511/UU

Came with a smooth run to power home by four and a half lengths a couple of years ago and looked to have every chance of becoming a multiple Grand National winner at that point.

Sadly, injury problems prevented him from running all last term and this season's build-up has been hampered by jumping errors.

Chances: Memories of his 2017 success still make this Scottish raider warrant respect and Russell remains hopeful of getting him back to that form.

Andrew McDermott
@a_mcdermott in Horse Racing