Grand National 2020 Runners
Below you can view all the 2020 Grand National Runners with Non Runner No Bet odds.
The first winner of back-to-back Grand Nationals since Red Rum, Tiger Roll wrote himself into the history books. Top weight means he is still not certain to run in the Grand National in 2020 especially after losing the Glenfarclas Chase at Cheltenham.
NO: 1 | FORM: 4111-5 | AGE: 10 | WEIGHT: 11-10 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: G. Elliott
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A Cheltenham winner in the Kim Muir over 3m2f, he took his chances at the Irish Grand National last season but unfortunately fell. This season has been a mixed bag, unseating at Leopardstown but was then third last time out over 2m5f. If he can stay the course he has a good chance of placing.
NO: 28 | FORM: -62U31 | AGE: 8 | WEIGHT: 10-06 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: T. Walsh
Another class runner owned by the Ricci’s, Burrows Saint gave trainer Willie Mullins his first Irish Grand National win in 2019. A recent win at Punchestown also boosted his claims. Will only be 7 years old for the 2020 Grand National so may still be too young.
NO: 17 | FORM: 11-531 | AGE: 7 | WEIGHT: 10-10 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: W. Mullins
Was a hot favourite going into the 2017 Grand National but was pulled-up. Has taken on quite a few graded chases since then and was 4th in the Becher Chase in December. A solid second place in the Peter Marsh Chase last time out boosted his Grand National 2020 claims.
NO: 18 | FORM: B-5442 | AGE: 11 | WEIGHT: 10-10 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: B Ellison
A very interesting 2020 Grand National prospect. Pulled up in the Irish Grand National at the end of last season but has since finished 2nd in the Becher Chase at Aintree before heading to Warwick to win a big race over 3m5f.
NO: 36 | FORM: 35P-21 | AGE: 8 | WEIGHT: 10-04 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: T. Lacey
WALK IN THE MILL
As the winner of the Becher Chase, hopes were high in 2019 and Walk In The Mill didn’t disappoint. Running a great race he finished in 4th place. He has since won another Becher Chase and looks good for the 2020 Grand National.
NO: 39 | FORM: 34-P12 | AGE: 10 | WEIGHT: 10-04 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: R. Walford
MAGIC OF LIGHT
Nearly spoiled the Tiger Roll party in 2019 but had to settle for second place. The only mare to run in the race, she was also trainer Jessica Harrington’s first entry and a delight for those that had backed her each way at staggering odds of 125/1. Already on back-to-back wins this season.
NO: 12 | FORM: 2-3118 | AGE: 9 | WEIGHT: 10-12 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: J Harrington
Winner at the Cheltenham Festival in 2019 in the National Hunt Chase over 3m7f. It was also his first attempt at a race of 3m+ so to win it was quite an achievement. Has since run in the Becher Chase at Aintree and finished 5th at Warwick over another lengthy 3m5f. However, is quite far down the list so making the cut will be a tense wait.
NO: 61 | FORM: 241-P75 | AGE: 8 | WEIGHT: 9-13 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: B. Pauling
BRISTOL DE MAI
An absolute legend of a horse, Bristol De Mai has notched up earnings of more than £700K during his career so far. He has also won or placed in 20 of his 25 chase runs. Even the heavier weight won’t slow him down.
NO: 2 | FORM: F34-22 | AGE: 9 | WEIGHT: 11-08 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: N Twiston-Davies
Winner of the Midlands Grand National in March and the Welsh Grand National in December, Potters Corner has stamina in bucket loads. Has been very generously weighted which is a massive advantage. But he will need rain and soft ground to bring out the best in him.
NO: 29 | FORM: 1-5P011 | AGE: 10 | WEIGHT: 10-06 | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | TRAINER: C Williams
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We give each horse a rating based on how closely it matches the past trends and statistics of previous winners
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A strong eachway chance and could even win it.
The horses listed on this page were the potential runners in the 2020 Grand National.
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Trends For Picking A Winner
Follow the trends and statistics to narrow down the Grand National 2020 field.
Bookmakers across the UK anticipate that over £250m in bets will be staked on the 2020 Grand National from millions of customers. Only a few of those placing bets will manage to back the winner on the day. Will you be one of them?
Some people will take a punt on a tip from a friend. Others will pick a runner based on the colour of silks worn by the jockey. While more will lump on a horse for no other reason than they like the name of the horse. In fact when Rule The World won in 2016 a significant amount of people who had backed it did so because it was their favourite Take That song!
Being more strategic about your choice of a horse only involves a little extra work. Study the trends and statistics that have emerged over the last ten years and try to determine patterns that will help whittle down your selections.
Only four winners carried more than 11-01 and they were Tiger Roll in 2019 (11-05), Many Clouds in 2015 (11-09), Neptune Colognes in 2012 (11-06) and Don’t Push It in 2010 (11-05).
Seven of the last ten winners were 9, 10 or 11 years old. Tiger Roll in 2018, One For Arthur in 2017 and Many Clouds in 2015 broke that trend as they were all eight years old.
Only two winners went off as the favourite from the last ten Grand Nationals. They were Tiger Roll in 2019 (4/1) and Don’t Push It in 2010 (10/1). It can be argued that racing fans actually backed jockey AP McCoy, more so than the horse! Mon Mome won on 100/1 but he was first since 1967 to do that. In fact the average odds of a winning Grand National horse are around 20/1.
Seven winners had at least four seasonal runs before going on to win the Aintree spectacular. The only three who had less were Ballabriggs in 2011, One For Arthur in 2017 and Tiger Roll in 2019. They had all run three times.
Nine winners had either won or placed in a race longer than 3m in the season they won the Grand National. Only one, Auroras Encore had not won or placed on the run-up to the 2013 National.
None of the last 10 winners unseated their jockey in the season they won the Grand National.
Eight of the last ten winners had not fallen in the season they won the Grand National.
Ideally what you’re looking for is a Grand National 2020 Runner that is carrying 11-00 or less, who is 9, 10 or 11 years old. Generally, when online betting, avoid the favourites and look for those who are priced between 14/1 and 33/1 and who have at least three seasonal runs, with extra consideration for those who have won or placed at 3 miles or more. Tiger Roll was the exception, not the rule.
Or simply tear up the stats and pick a runner because you like its name!