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Grosvenor Sport's "Supercomputer" Predicts Back-to-Back Grand National Win for Corach Rambler

Grosvenor's statisticians have crafted algorithms that analyse bookmaker odds and Racing Post ratings. By simulating the race 1,000 times, the supercomputer aims to eliminate anomalies and boost the accuracy of its predictions.

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As anticipation builds for tomorrow's Grand National at Aintree Racecourse, Grosvenor Sport's "supercomputer" has made a bold prediction: Corach Rambler could achieve the rare feat of consecutive victories, emulating legendary horses Red Rum and Tiger Roll.

Last year, under the guidance of trainer Lucinda Russell, Corach Rambler clinched victory at this prestigious event. This year, with Derek Fox once again in the saddle, hopes are high for a repeat performance. The duo's chemistry and past success, including Fox's 2017 win aboard One For Arthur, only add to the expectations.

The Grand National, known for its demanding distance of over four miles and formidable obstacles, has trimmed its field from 40 to 34 horses for safety, subtly improving the odds for top contenders like Corach Rambler. Despite these favourable conditions, the race remains a daunting challenge, unpredictable and fiercely competitive.

To navigate this uncertainty, Grosvenor Sport has deployed advanced technology. Their statisticians have crafted sophisticated algorithms that analyze both bookmaker odds and Racing Post ratings. By simulating the race 1,000 times, the supercomputer aims to eliminate anomalies and boost the accuracy of its predictions.

For those placing bets, the backing of such a calculated and technologically supported prediction might provide some confidence. Yet, as seasoned enthusiasts of the Grand National know, the race's unpredictable nature always holds the potential for surprises. Whether Corach Rambler will indeed follow in the hoofprints of the greats remains to be seen, but with the supercomputer's endorsement, he's certainly one to watch in tomorrow's epic showdown.

Corach Rambler Form 
DatePosBHATypeCourseDistanceGoingClassStarting Price
15/03/243/11159CHASECheltenham3m 2f 70ySoft (Heavy in places)114/1
25/11/233/4159CHASEHaydock3m 1f 125ySoft (Good to Soft in places)118/1
28/10/235/6159CHASEKelso3m 2f 39ySoft (Heavy in Places)210/3
15/04/231/39146CHASEAintree4m 2f 74yGood to Soft (Soft in places)18/1
14/03/231/23146CHASECheltenham3m 1fSoft16/1
26/11/224/15147CHASENewbury3m 1f 214yGood111/1
30/10/225/7147CHASECarlisle2m 4fSoft112/1
15/03/221/24140CHASECheltenham3m 1fGood to Soft110/1
19/02/22UR140CHASEAscot2m 7f 180ySoft116/5
15/01/224/15142CHASEWarwick3m 5f 54ySoft (Good to Soft in places)111/2
10/12/211/6134CHASECheltenham3m 1f 56yGood to Soft (Good in places)32/1
24/10/211/7127CHASEAintree3m 210yGood35/2
23/09/213/6128CHASEPerth2m 4f 20yGood to Soft (Good in places)314/1
11/03/211/4-HURDLECarlisle3m 1fSoft412/1
07/02/216/8-HURDLEMusselburgh2m 7f 180ySoft (Good to Soft in places)240/1
18/01/211/5-HURDLEAyr3m 70yHeavy414/1