Don’t Push It Odds
Only once since the turn of the 20th century has a horse managed to regain the Grand National title and that was the legendary Red Rum. This shows the depth of the task facing Don’t Push It in 2012 as he attempts to repeat his Aintree victory of 2010. Reynoldstown, Manifesto, The Colonel and Adb-El-Kader are among the select few other horses to have triumphed in the Grand National on two occasions.
The odds for Don’t Push It in the Grand National betting will depend a lot on what happens in the build up to the race and equally what happens on the day. But if superstar jockey Tony McCoy was to take the ride again, you can guarantee that the McCoy factor will mean Don’t Push It’s odds shorten.
Don’t Push It will need some luck to prevail in the Aintree odds
Up against 39 other Grand National horses, Don’t Push It will need a little bit of Aintree luck if he is to win for the second time. The Grand National fences provide a stiff test to all runners, while a horse could be travelling perfectly, but unfortunately be brought down by a horse travelling in front or a loose horse that has already shipped its jockey.
Don’t Push It odds now the only option in the Grand National betting
It has been already mentioned the difficulty that Don’t Push It faces in attempting to win the Grand National again and so it may make more sense to look towards one of his rivals in the Grand National odds to succeed. Ballabriggs is likely to be another horse returning in search of a second Grand National crown, while Beshabar and Chicago Grey are among the youngsters hoping to make a name for themselves at Aintree.