"Any Second Now" Favourite To Win 2019 Irish Grand National

Published on April 13th, 2019 9:14 pm EST
Written By: Dave Manuel
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The 2019 Irish Grand National horse race odds.  Who is the favourite to win? Can odds-on favourite "Any Second Now" win the upcoming 2019 Irish Grand National? Can "Tiger Roll" win his second major race of the month, weeks after taking down the Grand National at Aintree?

The Irish Grand National takes place every Easter Monday, which means that it will be taking place on April 22nd this year. The event, which takes place at Fairyhouse in Co. Meath, Ireland, is a National Hunt steeplechase that is open to all horses five years or older.

The event was established in 1870 and has grown in popularity over the years. There is plenty at stake, as the winning horse will receive in the neighbourhood of €500,000.

The length of the race is 3 miles and 5 furlongs.

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"Tiger Roll" will be looking to become the first horse to win the Grand National and Irish Grand National in the same year.

Other horses have won both events, but none have won both in the same year.


The defending champion is "General Principle", who was ridden by James Slevin.


Let's take a look at the odds for the top 20 horses in this race, courtesy of Bet365.com:

Source: Bet365.com
Time Stamp: April 13th, 2019 9:06 pm EST
Odds Subject to Change

"Any Second Now", 8.00
"Rathvinden", 9.00
"Tiger Roll", 9.00
"Pairofbrowneyes", 9.00
"Discorama", 9.00
"Magic of Light", 11.00
"Tout Est Permis", 13.00
"Jury Duty", 13.00
"Total Recall", 15.00
"Snugborough Benny", 15.00
"Delta Work", 17.00
"Acapella Bourgeois", 17.00
"Mortal", 17.00
"C'est Jersey", 17.00
"Burrows Saint", 17.00
"De Name Escapes Me", 17.00
"Dounikos", 21.00
"Pleasant Company", 21.00
"Ramses De Teillee", 21.00
"Blaklion", 21.00


Did you know?

The Grand National used to be called the Grand Liverpool Steeplechase. It was in 1847 that the race got the name it officially holds today, The Grand National Handicap Steeplechase.

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