Aintree Betting Tips
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Aintree Betting Tips

Bet on Aintree Horse Racing at Bet UK

Here at Bet UK, we have betting markets for all of the biggest horse racing events in the UK horse racing calendar, and none of them is more prestigious than the Aintree Grand National. Throughout the National Hunt Season, we'll have the latest horse racing odds for all of the races held at Aintree, as well as horse racing tips and hints so you'll be able to place a bet on any event at Bet UK.

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Aintree Course Guide

What does Aintree Racecourse look like?

The racecourse at Aintree includes two different courses, The Grand National Course and the Mildmay course. Both courses offer horses and jockeys different challenges, with the Grand National Course sporting a triangular shape with the first point away from the stands being the Canal Turn. The Mildmay course is the easier of the two to ride on.

Who are the top trainers at Aintree?

Over the last few seasons, trainers such as Nicky Henderson, Paul Nicholls, Dan Skelton and Irish trainers Willie Mullins and Henry De Bromhead have enjoyed the most success at Aintree over the chase fences. With those trainers, Donald McCain Jnr has also seen victories over hurdles. As it's a course normally used for the big occasions with bigger prizes on offer, it's De Bromhead who currently has the highest strike rate of 28.57%.

Where is Aintree Racecourse?

Aintree racecourse is located on the outskirts of Liverpool.

What are the Key Horse Races at Aintree?

  • 6th November - Autumn Race Day
  • 4th December - Becher Chase Day
  • 7th April - Melling Chase
  • 8th April - Betway Bowl
  • 9th April - The Grand National

The Aintree Grand National 

The premier race at Aintree is, of course, the Grand National. First run in 1839, the race is contested across four-mile and 2 ½ furlongs, and the race includes some of the most well known National Hunt fences, including the Chair, Foinavon, the formidable Canal Turn and Becher's Brook.

What is the date and time of the Grand National?

The 2022 Grand National will be held on Saturday 9th April at 5:15 pm. The time has changed to accommodate the race being shown on live terrestrial television, normally on ITV.

Who won the 2021 Grand National?

The 2021 renewal of the Grand National was won by Minella Times at a distance of six and a half lengths. Minella Times was ridden by Rachael Blackmore, who became the first-ever female jockey to win the race.

Who are the last ten winners of the Grand National?

  • 2021 - Minella Times
  • 2020 - Race Cancelled
  • 2019 - Tiger Roll
  • 2018 - Tiger Roll
  • 2017 - One for Arthur
  • 2016 - Rule the World
  • 2015 - Many Clouds
  • 2014 - Pineau De Re
  • 2013 - Auroras Encore
  • 2012 - Neptune Collonges

Grand National Betting Odds

Although the Grand National is still a few months away, here at Bet UK, we have the latest betting odds for the race. Currently Any Second Now, Minella Times and Burrows Saint.