Grand National 2024 Free Tips

Grand National 2024 Free Tips

Welcome to our Grand National 2024 Free Tips, we have 3 free tips and selections for you including a huge-priced outsider!

Everyone knows the Grand National is one of the hardest races to pick a winner in but with the following information, you will be giving yourself the best chances of finding that elusive winner!

This is why it’s recommended that you check out the best horse racing tipsters before you get started too.

How To Pick A Winner In The Grand National 2024

Firstly it’s worth noting there are certain things you should look for in Grand National runners, this is based on previous runnings of the race and tends to throw up the same kind of winner each time (with the odd exception).

Positive Grand National Trends

  • Horses aged 8 or older have the best recent record for winning
  • 12 of the last 14 winners were Grand National first-timers
  • Horses that have won or placed in a National race of any description (Check out at the Scottish, Irish and Welsh Nationals)
  • Look for horses that raced over hurdles at some point earlier that season
  • Horses that like to be ridden up with the pace in their races often do well (avoid horses that like to be held up)
  • Irish-trained horses have a great recent record in the Grand National.
  • Irish-bred horses have the best recent Grand National record
  • Horses that finished unplaced in the previous season’s Grand National often do well
  • Horses that have won over 3 miles in the past

If you take these into account and the following negative trends you will be able to eliminate a lot of runners and make choosing a lot easier.

Negative Grand National Trends

  • Horses aged 8 or younger don’t have the best of records – the last 7-year-old to win before Noble Yeats was in 1940
  • Horses aged 13 or older don’t have a great Grand National winning record
  • Runners that have fallen or unseated three or more times often don’t run well
  • Past Grand National winners and previous Grand National placed horses have bad returning records – although, the 2018 Grand National winner, Tiger Roll, did buck this trend in 2019
  • Horses that had last raced over 50 days ago often don’t run well
  • Runners that had hard races at the Cheltenham Festival, run the previous month, don’t fare well.

31/32 – Rated 137 or higher
30/32 – Ran no more than 55 days ago
28/32 – Had won over at least 3m (chase) before
27/32 – Had won no more than 6 times over fences before
25/32 – Returned a double-figure price
25/32 – Aged 9 or older
25/32 – Ran no more than 34 days ago
25/32 – Carried 10-13 or less
22/32 – Came from outside the top 3 in the betting
21/32 – Aged 10 years old or younger
19/32 – Had won between 4-6 times over fences before
20/32 – Finished in the top 4 last time out
19/32 – Won by an Irish-bred horse
18/32 – Carried 10-8 or less
18/32 – Placed favourites
16/32 – Aged 9 or 10 years old
13/32 – Ran at Cheltenham last time out
13/32 – Trained in Ireland
7/32 – Ran in a previous Grand National
8/32 – Won last time out
7/32 – Won by the favourite or joint-favourite
1/32 – Won by a horse aged 7 years old or less

17/20 – Had won over at least 3m previously
17/20 – Ran less than 50 days ago
18/20 – Officially rated 137 or higher
15/20 – Won by a horse aged 9 or older
12/20 – Winner from the top 8 in the betting
12/20 – Finished in the top 3 last time out
10/20 – Won by an Irish-trained horse
9/20 – Won by horses aged in double-figures
8/20 – Experienced the National fences before
7/20 – Carried 11-0 or more in weight
6/20 – Won their last race
5/20 – Won by a horse aged 10 years-old
5/20 – Winning favourites (2 joint)

Most Recent Grand National Winners

2023 – Corach Rambler (8/1 fav)
2022 – Noble Yeats (50/1)
2021 – Minella Times (11/1)
2019 – Tiger Roll (4/1 fav)
2018 – Tiger Roll (10/1)
2017 – One For Arthur (14/1)
2016 – Rule The World 33/1
2015 – Many Clouds 25/1
2014 – Pineau De Re 25/1
2013 – Auroras Encore 66/1
2012 – Neptune Collonges 33/1
2011 – Ballabriggs 14/1
2010 – Don’t Push It 10/1jfav
2009 – Mon Mome 100/1
2008 – Comply or Die 7/1 jfav
2007 – Silver Birch 33/1
2006 – Numbersixvalverde 11/1
2005 – Hedgehunter 7/1 fav
2004 – Amberleigh House 16/1
2003 – Monty’s Pass 16/1
2002 – Bindaree 20/1
2001 – Red Marauder 33/1
2000 – Papillon 10/1
1999 – Bobbyjo 10/1
1998 – Earth Summit 7/1 fav
1997 – Lord Gyllene 14/1
1996 – Rough Quest 7/1 fav
1995 – Royal Athlete 40/1
1994 – Miinnehoma 16/1
1993 – VOID RACE
1992 – Party Politics 14/1
1991 – Seagram 12/1
1990 – Mr Frisk 16/1

Now we know what usually works and what usually doesn’t it’s time to pick our winners!

Grand National 2024 Free Tips

Here we go then what will win the Grand National in 2024? These are the most likely candidates…


The favourite is the favourite for a reason and this year has a very good chance hailing from Ireland it fits the necessary factors having had a recent run, has won over course and distance (previous winner), and could well be there or thereabout at the end once more.


Another previous winner who has a good chance once more, there is always a story behind a winner of this race and this could be another one of those types of winners, more than capable and a good each way price too.

Free Grand National Outsider Tip

So here is our outsider tip based on some of the factors we have talked about.


Fits the bill as he can stay is 12 years old and has been over Hurdles, is a Grand National first-timer and has had a recent run, most notably he has won on heavy going too, and with all the rain we have been having that could play to his strengths.

Other Things To Consider

When you back a horse in the Grand National make sure that you not only back it each way, but to make sure that you use a bookie that is paying out on the most places.

Often bookmakers payout from anything up to 6 places but on occasion some bookies will pay out up to 9th! which is incredible value for money and you want to give yourself the best chance of a return!

That being said all the best and I hope that you find that elusive winner and that our free grand national 2024 tips helped you do it!

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