2024 Grand National Odds – Corach Rambler Favourite To Defend Crown
We have 2024 Grand National odds for you as we look ahead to next year after Corach Rambler’s victory in the 2023 Grand National.
2024 Grand National Odds
Corach Rambler is the 14/1 favourite to win the 2024 Grand National and defend his crown after winning the 2023 Grand National. Ahead of the 2023 Grand National Corach Rambler had been favourite to win the Aintree Grand National since Cheltenham at around 10/1, but tightened into 8/1 clear favourite off the show.
Being a Scottish trained horse, he was largely overlooked by Irish punters. BoyleSports were paying 6 places across all channels including shops and all of the placed Irish horses were popular each way. This year’s Aintree Grand National was BoyleSports’ busiest ever.
When is the 2024 Grand National?
The 2024 Grand National is scheduled to take place on Saturday the 13th of April 2024. The race will be the most prestigious and anticipated of the Aintree Festival which will run from the 11th-13th of April 2024.
Where is The 2024 Grand National?
The 2024 Grand National will take place at Aintree Racecourse in Merseyside, England as it has every year since the first official running of the race in 1839.
A spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “What an incredible second Grand National win for Lucinda Russell, Derek Fox and Scotland with Corach Rambler claiming the 2023 Grand National! Corach Rambler looked very comfortable and now heads the betting for next year’s Aintree Grand National at 14/1 with BoyleSports.”
2024 Stayers Hurdle Odds
Sire Du Berlais is now into odds of 16/1 from 25/1 after winning the JRL Group Liverpool Hurdle on the final day at Aintree’s Grand National Festival. The 2023 Stayers’ Hurdle champion continued his brilliant form from Cheltenham which saw him finish 3 and a 1/4 lengths ahead of Marie’s Rock in second place.
Irish Point has been inserted at odds of 16/1 for the Stayers Hurdle at the 2024 Cheltenham Festival following his Grade 1 victory in the Turners Mersey Novices’ Hurdle on Saturday at the Grand National Festival. The Gordon Elliott trained grey gelding was very impressive on his way to a 3 and a 1/2 length victory over Kateira in second place.
A spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “Davy Russell’s swan song claiming his second Grade One of the Grand National Festival on Irish Point in the Turners Mersey Novices’ Hurdle will not only surely force Michael O’Leary to eat his words, but it has seen Gordon Elliott’s Irish Point go 16/1 with BoyleSports for next year’s Stayers Hurdle.”
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*Prices subject to fluctuation