The most anticipated race on the British calendar, the Grand National, is back. 40 athletes compete in the most well-known steeplechase in the world, covering a distance of four miles and 212 furlongs while scaling 30 Grand National fences at Aintree.
On Thursday morning, the final confirmed list of 40 runners was revealed; Fakiera, Mortal, Darren’s Hope, Captain Cattistock, Secret Reprieve, and Fantastikas were all left off. Noble Yeats, the reigning champion, will return and is one of the favorites to win again.
2023 Randox Grand National Start time:
The main event of Grand National Racing post postion fixed at 5.15pm on April 15. Yet, three-day Grand National Festival started on Thursday this year. More than 150,000 racing fan’s are gathering in the festival. Check below the some notable informations that might be help you to watch 2023 Grand National Racing live coverage from USA, Canada and home venue UK, without cable or VPN.
How to watch Grand National Race from United States and outside of UK?
The biggest festival of the United Kingdom’s Grand National in 2023 will have television coverage on ITV and Racing TV. Live television coverage is on ITV and Racing TV on the OTT platform in the United Kingdom.
The horse racing fans in the USA and Canada won’t miss the festival this weekend, but unfortunately, iTV or racing channels are not available in the US and Canada.
That doesn’t matter, no need to purchase a VPN to hide your IP and stream the race outside of the UK. Here’s the best and ever best way to watch the Grand National 2023 live streaming coverage from anywhere by PremiumTV: No, a cable or VPN is required.
Pundits’ predictions for the Grand National
Gina Bryce, BBC Radio 5 Live presenter
1 Mr Incredible 2 Delta Work 3 Longhouse Poet 4 Any Second Now
It’s win or bust for quirky character Mr Incredible but Patrick Mullins, who has overseen much of his individual training, looks to have him ready after an eye-catching run at Cheltenham.
John Hunt, BBC Radio 5 Live commentator
1 Longhouse Poet 2 Galvin 3 Le Milos 4 The Big Dog
Longhouse Poet has a great chance if ridden with more restraint than last year where his exuberance was his undoing. A patient ride will see him go close.
Andrew Thornton, BBC Radio 5 Live analyst and former jockey
1 Delta Work 2 Longhouse Poet 3 Capodanno 4 Ain’t That A Shame
Third in the race last year, Delta Work had a great prep by taking the Cross Country Chase at Cheltenham, which Tiger Roll twice landed before his Grand National victories.
Gary O’Brien, Racing TV and BBC Radio 5 Live pundit
1 Capodanno 2 Longhouse Poet 3 Delta Work 4 Roi Mage
What are the latest Grand National winner odds?
The current favourites for the 2023 Grand National are as follows. Telegraph Sport has also published a full guide to how to bet on the race and which horses you should be considering.
- Ain’t That A Shame 8/1
- Delta Work 9/1
- Corach Rambler 9/1
- Noble Yeats 12/1
- Mr Incredible 12/1
- Gaillard Du Mesnil 12/1
- The Big Dog 14/1
- Le Milos 14/1
- Vanillier 18/1
- Longhouse Poet 18/1
- Any Second Now 18/1
- Capodanno 18/1
Grand national 2023 tickets and weather update
There are showers predicted for Thursday and Friday at Aintree but the rain should be clearing by the time of the race itself. According to Aintree officials the ground on the National course was good to soft, soft in places on Thursday morning.
There are also hospitality tickets available, with prices ranging from £405 to £1,095. Parking costs an extra £30. The official website of the racecourse, www.thejockeyclub.co.uk, sells all tickets.