Age is one of the best indicators to a horse's chances of winning the Grand National. Looks for runners who are aged 9, 10 or 11 as the majority of winners in the last ten years have fallen within this bracket. Three of the last four winners, meanwhile, have all been 11-year-olds – Neptune Collonges in 2012, Auroras Encore in 2013 and Pineau De Re in 2014. In 2015 Many Clouds bucked this trend by winning the race at the tender age of 8!
The horses listed on this page are the potential entrants in the Randox Health Grand National. No runner is guaranteed a spot until the final declaration stage (6th April). Ante-post terms and conditions apply until Bookmakers announce they are ‘Non Runner No Bet’. Until then you may lose your stake if you bet in the antepost market and your selection does not run. A maximum field of 40 runners is permitted. Check the odds with your Bookmaker before placing a bet as fluctuations can occur. Full Terms and Conditions for the free bet offers can be found on the Betfair and Paddy Power websites - please read them before signing up.