THE market for next year’s Randox Health Grand National is yet to fully take shape but some big names have already laid down their credentials.
Run over a marathon trip 4m2½f at Aintree, Minella Times was last year’s historic winner under Rachael Blackmore.
The Irish have dominated the race in recent seasons, winning four of the last five runnings.
Two of those came thanks to the exploits of Tiger Roll – it is yet to be seen whether the back-to-back winner will run in the race in 2022.
Grand National 2022 market – Sky Bet
20/1 Any Second Now
20/1 Minella Times
20/1 Secret Reprieve
20/1 Latest Exhibition
20/1 Time To Get Up
25/1 Castlebawn West
25/1 Mighty Thunder
25/1 Mount Ida
33/1 Burrow’s Saint
33/1 Chatham Street Lad
33/1 Cloth Cap
33/1 Tiger Roll
33/1 Next Destination
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Grand National winners – last five runnings
2021 – Minella Times (Trainer: Henry de Bromhead. Jockey: Rachael Blackmore)
2019 – Tiger Roll (Trainer: Gordon Elliott. Jockey: Davy Russell)
2018 – Tiger Roll (Trainer: Gordon Elliott. Jockey: Davy Russell)
2017 – One For Arthur (Trainer: Lucinda Russell. Jockey: Derek Fox)
2016 – Rule The World (Trainer: Mouse Morris. Jockey: David Mullins)
Grand National 2022 news
Galvin has already been earmarked for the Grand National by Gordon Elliott after finishing runner-up in a Grade 1 at Down Royal.
That result came after the seven-year-old had got his season underway with a win in a Grade 3 at Punchestown.
After that race, Elliott said: “He might be more a Grand National horse. He knows how to win and he’s just a great horse to have.”
Another Elliott horse, Mount Ida, is another set to be aimed at Aintree after impressing in her reappearance at Clonmel.
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