Latest Grand National Odds: Favourite Corach Rambler on the drift

 | 10th April | 

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Grand National Betting Odds

We are now just three days away from the 2024 Aintree Grand National and the market continues to subtly move as punters watch the weather closely to see how the going will be for the big race on Saturday.

Let’s take a look at the latest Grand National Odds as of 10AM on Wednesday morning…

Latest Grand National Odds

  • Corach Rambler - 6/1
  • I Am Maximus - 8/1
  • Meetingofthewaters - 9/1
  • Vanillier - 9/1
  • Mr Incredible - 12/1
  • Kitty's Light - 14/1
  • Panda Boy - 14/1
  • Mahler Mission - 16/1
  • Limerick Lace - 16/1
  • Minella Indo - 20/1
  • *Odds correct as of 10:15 on Wednesday, April 10, 2024.

Favourite Corach Rambler has seen a very small drift in the past 24 hours and the defending champion has moved out to 6/1 from 11/2, where he’s been for the past fortnight or so. Betfred remain the top-price for the Lucinda Russell trained ten-year-old this morning.

We are also joint top-price for the second favourite I Am Maximus at 8/1. This Willie Mullins trained eight-year-old has sat at this price for the past fortnight or so and stubbornly seems refusing to come in or drift. That run in the Bobbyjo clearly is keeping punters more than interested and they believe that Ante-Post price is right on the mark.

Yesterday he was joined by stable-mate Meetingofthewaters at 8/1. That had concluded a run that had seen this other Mullins’ trained horse get all the way to second-favourite from being 12/1 but a small market correct has occurred and he’s back down at 9/1. This is the same price as Vanillier, who has come in from 10/1 yesterday morning. These four seem to have sat at the top of the betting market ever since the Cheltenham Festival ended and I’m not expecting that to change too much.

Mr Incredible (12/1), Panda Boy (14/1) and Kitty’s Light (14/1) have all remained as their respective prices in the past 24 hours, with Mahler Mission on the drift at 16/1, where he’s joined by Mares’ Chase winner Limerick Lace.

The final horse currently in the top ten in the betting has seen a small movement outwards. 2021 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Minella Indo is now at 20/1 compared to 18/1 on Tuesday morning at this time. Last year we saw a surge of support for the horse Rachael Blackmore was on board when it was announced and that could well be the same here, with eyes watching the news closely as this looks set to be Henry de Bromhead’s best chance and therefore logically, the horse she'll be on board.

The rain is continuing to fall in the region and the track conditions are currently Heavy/Soft in places. With the forecast predicting more rain throughout Wednesday and into Thursday, there is little expectation that the course will firm up and that will make this race even more of a test than stamina than usual.

We’ll continue to monitor the betting market closely and provide daily updates and the latest market movements ahead of the 2024 Aintree Grand National.

Remember, you can check out all of our Grand National Tips on our dedicated section, with plenty of content planned before the race on Saturday.

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