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Grand National Odds Updated 13.4.24 at 12.00pm

Last updated: 13 Apr 2024
Alex Waite 13 Apr 2024
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2024 Grand National [Updated at 11:30am on 13.4.24]
  • This famous handicap chase takes place at Aintree on Saturday 13th April
  • Corach Rambler, I Am Maximus, Panda Boy and Limerick Lace feature in the betting
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Jockey Derek Fox rides Corach Rambler (R) on the run-in, ahead of jockey Sean Flanagan on Vanillier (2R), to win the Grand National. (Getty)

The eyes of the world will be fixed on Aintree later this afternoon, as 32 of the sports top chasers do battle in the 2024 Grand National Handicap Chase.

Here's a look through the current Grand National betting and a rundown of the most popular horses with punters.

2024 Grand National Odds

I Am Maximus6/1
Corach Rambler9/1
Limerick Lace10/1
Mr Incredible11/1
Panda Boy12/1
Mahler Mission14/1
Kitty's Light16/1

2024 Grand National Runners

Following an excellent third-place finish in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, defending champion Corach Rambler was cut into clear favouritism for the 2024 Grand National. Willie Mullins' I Am Maximus, who won the Irish National at Fairyhouse 12 months ago, has been well-backed in recent days and now leads the Grand National betting.

Limerick Lace is one of the best-backed horses in this year's Grand National. Martin Brassil's Panda Boy has also been backed towards the head of the market, along with bottom-weight Kitty's Light and Ain't That A Shame, who'll be ridden by new owner and amateur jockey, David Maxwell.

Nicola McGeady of Ladbrokes said: “Punters are ploughing into Ain’t That A Shame all week and that has ramped up a notch this morning. The Irish raider currently stands as our worst result in the book.

There has been a changing of the guard at the head of the betting with I Am Maximus knocking last year’s winner Corach Rambler off the top spot.”

Last year's runner-up, Vanillier is the third-favourite for the world's most famous handicap. Another Willie Mullins runner, Meetingofthewater was cut following his third-place finish in the Ultima at Cheltenham. Coral Gold Cup runner-up, Mahler Mission also sits prominently in the market.

Midlands National runner-up Mr Incredible, former Gold Cup winner Minella Indo, and Grand National champion of two years ago, Noble Yeats can all be backed at 20/1 or shorter. Chemical Energy, Delta Work, Galvin and Coko Beach have been entered by Gordon Elliott. Limerick Lace, Adamantly Chosen, Desertmore House and Stattler could also fly the flag for Ireland.

Welsh Grand National hero Nassalam will represent the home team, along with Dan Skelton's mare Galia Des Liteaux. Latenightpass and Eldorado Allen will bolster the British challenge, along with course winners Chambard and Mac Tottie.

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