Favorite To win Grand National 2022

The rise and popularity of horse race is one of the most unpredictable sport in the modern era despite its ancient history that guide many to believe in the sport with firm attribute as one of the best sport in the entire universe.

However, out of the enormous competition that endure the fact because the game is crude and vast, the horse race remains a sport to bet and win huge if one knows how to stake on such a lucrative sport.

Moreover, one of the main characters that define the popularity of the horse race is the Grand National championship that brings the best of the racers to compete for one important gong at the end of the fiesta.

More so, the Grand National is the most famous steeplechase in the entire world. It takes place at the hallowed Aintree racecourse and brings the whole of the UK and Ireland to a standstill. Nevertheless, the Grand National always promise a grand exhilarating, and entertaining memory for sports lovers across the globe since it will characterize the best racers and refined horses, drilled to only provide the best of action by the top-class jockeys

However, the Grand National is also a chance for the top professional bettor or gamblers to make use of Oddschecker to validate their thesis on which horse rider to take to their trust and for whom to stake on to make huge return in the grand national contest

Though, many bettors are beginning to pick their pen, rack their brain on who could get give them a chance to win big, or at least give them some meaningful profit at the end of their wager comes the 9th of April. The betting favorites and accompanying offers are detailed by entails to puff the win and write their names into the history books.

Despite the changes and popularity, only a few horse riders will make it I the podium, in essence, to compete among the best. But below is a lowdown of all the long noses who have more than just an outside chance delivering for the betting public on April 9th.

Any Second Now

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At the time of writing, the bookies are seriously struggling to pick between the top five or six runners in the 2022 edition of this famous old race. However, the one horse that many tipsters are leaning towards is the Ted Walsh trained Any Second Now, who looked good last time out at Fairy house and who finished 3rd at the 2021 Grand National.

At the moment, the horse is 10/1 with most online bookies, with those odds likely to shorten as race day approaches. But the Any Second Now will be looking to prove his worth while he was sent off as the second favorite at the last grand national after his mistakes despite the fact that he ran very well to finish behind the champion Minella times at right length

It might be little ahead of the time, but the Any Second Now have a voice to shout and mantra to prove to the whole world as one of the finest jockey at the incoming grand national.

Though he will be racing against the finest, but having to kick start the odds option at 10/1 odds is a significant character of how well the bookies tipped him to be among the favorite to scoop the £1 million prize money.

Minella Times

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Rachael Blackmore is about as close to a rock star as you can get in horse racing, having taken the Cheltenham Festival by storm. She is now on the hunt for back-to-back Grand National triumphs and has every chance of achieving the feat aboard Minella Times.

The only thing subduing punters from piling on the Henry De Bromhead charge is the fact that his form coming into the Grand National is terrible, having fallen at Punchestown in December and then being pulled up a couple of months later at Leopardstown. That means some tasty odds of around 20/1 are available at some bookmakers.

Though Minella times has been out of form since it last grand national contest victory in 2021, but as a champion with much hopes and understand on how the grand national contest works, the Minella times might just work her wonders the way she wowed everyone in the last contest.

According to De Bromhead in his interview with skysport “I didn’t think he went up as much as that after he won and going on his form this year I’m surprised he got increased,”

“He loves it around Aintree and certainly did last year, so hopefully he’ll come back to form now. He’s been a little bit off form recently but he looks like he’s coming back to form and hopefully he will by then. They certainly have to enjoy it to do well around there and hopefully going back will help him find his form.”

Though their is much at stake for the Minella times and despite not heading to the grand national with best of their forms and still having to pull 20/1 odds is a testament to the trust of the bookies in the defending champion as one of the favorite

Escaria Ten

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The big hope for Gordon Elliot in this year’s Grand National is Escaria Ten, who showed he has what it takes to be with the best when he lost by a whisker to Any Second Now at Fairyhouse back at the end of February. Most experts seem to believe that horse will push on from that showing and come good when it matters.

The horse was narrowly denied a famous victory at the Cheltenham Festival in 2021, when he was piped by three lengths after leading over the final hurdle, and the thinking is now that he has developed to better stay the course. After all, the horse he lost to that day was Galvin – another Elliot trained legend. Escaria Ten is currently being priced around the 10/1 mark.

Heading to one of the most prize contest in horse racing with such magnanimous odds despite not been too close to win it in the previous years is an open secret to how far the Escaria ten has come-off age in recent times.

Though he has a stern challenge in Minella times and Any Second now but Escaria ten is certainly among the favorite to scoop the grand national at the end of the race come April 9

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