A 25-1 SHOCK underdog will win the Grand National and the top three favorites will struggle.
That’s according to a supercomputer that crunched the numbers and predicted how each horse will end up in today’s big race.
And it’s brilliant Irish coach Willie Mullins and “the craziest f*** on the planet” Rich Ricci who are ready to celebrate thanks to Burrows Saint.
A former Irish national winner in 2019, the nine-year-old finished fourth in that race at Aintree last season.
This year he is 1 pound shy of the weights and has only raced three times all season, with the £1million contest on Merseyside clearly his big target.
Victory would net super-wealthy banker Ricci £500,000 and net him one of the few trophies to elude him in his career as a landlord.
Second place will go to last year’s favorite fabric cap.
A horse owned by the family of late Preston owner and billionaire businessman Trevor Hemmings, Cloth Cap was arrested 12 months ago.
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And although he hasn’t shown much this year, the computer is predicting a huge return to form when it matters most with odds of 25-1.
Fiddlerontheroof (16-1) is expected to finish third, Any Second Now (9-1) fourth and huge 80-1 underdog Easysland fifth.
There is bad news for Rachael Blackmore on last year’s winner Minella Times as she is expected to finish 13th.
And big pre-race favorite Snow Leopardess, who is trying to become the first mum to win the race, should disappoint in tenth place.
The predictions come from IrishRacing.com’s supercomputer, which projected a potential outcome by analyzing each horse’s odds, official ranking, recent form, run form, distance form, jockey form, form coach and his starting form.
A spokesperson for IrishRacing.com said: “There is no place in the top three for any of the three favorites for the 2022 Grand National according to our latest supercomputer.
“The predictions will be good news for Willie Mullins and jockey Paul Townend, who are expected to win the top prize.
“But there is no place at the top table for Rachael Blackmore with Minella Times handing in a 13th place prediction.”
Predicted Grand National 2022 result – how EVERY horse will finish
- burrow saint
- Cloth cap
- fiddler on the roof
- any second now
- delta work
- Escaria Ten
- Enjoy D’Allen
- lost in translation
- Snow Leopard
- Lightning Surf
- Rasher Counter
- Minella’s hour
- Longhouse Poet
- Agusta Gold
- Path of the Phoenix
- Run Wild Fred
- Mount Ida
- Good boy Bobby
- Brahma bull
- two for the gold
- Coco Beach
- Goofy Dollar
- Freewheel at Dylan’s
- poker night
- Top City-Ben
- Anibale Fly
- Domain of the Isle
- Noble Yeats
- Lord of Mesnil
- mighty thunder
- Duty of death
- Deise Aba
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