Absolutely no chance - he's won it before anyway. Most of the British nation have no interest in horse racing (by British I do of course include Scotland!!)
Agreed. Pretty much every time someone achieves something impressive in sport this year it is suggested they might rival Andy to the award, but I think that just proves how much everyone knows he's a shoe-in.
Also, you shouldn't really get an award for achievements in a single year for accumulated wins over a whole career, especially when he's won the award in the past. That kind of achievement is more fitting to a life-time achievement award at some point.
One person whose name is hardly mentioned and was overlooked for a nomination last year is Laura Trott. She's had another great year and is very popular, so I'm surprised there hasn't been more buzz about her.