Tips For 2023 Grand National

Get your Grand National Tips for 2023 - discover the runners we've tipped for the big race at Aintree. Plus form, race card and betting odds.

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The Grand National is the race that fans of the sport look forward to more than any other across the year. The marathon contest at Aintree provides great excitement, as 40 runners line up looking to add their name to the history books of the iconic race.

Here is a look at the best tips for the 2023 renewal of the steeplechase.

Corach Rambler Can Outstay His Rivals at Aintree

Lucinda Russell has a great chance of winning the Grand National for the second time in her career this year with Corach Rambler, who is one of the leading Grand National ante post tips at +550, and looks like the one they all must beat at Aintree.

The nine-year-old featured at the 2023 Cheltenham Festival in what was his final run before heading to Liverpool. He landed the Ultima Handicap Chase, a race he also won in 2022. That was a big moment for Russell, as it allowed her team to celebrate a victory at the biggest week of the year in National Hunt racing.

With 10st 5lb, Corach Rambler is going to have one of the lowest weight allocations in the Grand National. He is now rated 10lb higher than when the weights were revealed, which means he is ahead of the handicapper.

This horse not only jumps well, but he also has the stamina needed to have success in this marathon race. Very few contenders in the 40-runner field will be doing their best work in the closing stages of the 4m2½f contest, but Corach Rambler is likely to be one of them.

Only two Scottish-trained horses have won the Grand National before, and the Ultima Handicap Chase winner can give Scotland a third win in the historic race.

Coko Beach Could Provide Elliott with Fourth Success

Leading Irish trainer Gordon Elliott has won the Grand National on three occasions. If he prevails for a fourth time this year, he will join three other trainers who hold the record for the most successes in the contest.

Elliott is likely to have more runners than any other trainer, and judging the pecking order of those horses will not be easy. Many will travel with a strong chance of victory, including Coko Beach, who is available at +3300 in the betting.

The eight-year-old got around the Grand National Course in 2022, finishing in eighth place. That was a great experience for the Irish chaser, and it gives him something to build upon, especially from just a 1lb higher mark.

Elliott’s gelding looked right back to his best on his last appearance at Punchestown. He won the Grade B Grand National Trial Handicap Chase. That race was run over 3m6f, and Coko Beach stayed on strongly to score by just over five lengths. If he takes another step forward at Aintree, he should be in the mix at the finish of the race.

Good luck with your bets in this year’s race and enjoy all the action from the three-day Grand National meeting at Aintree.

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