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Aintree Betting Odds

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Aintree racecourse in Merseyside is home to the Grand National, run every April since 1839. The course staged its first flat fixture ten years prior, but is now strictly host to National Hunt racing. Daily cards are listed here; go to ante-post for Grand National Odds.

12:55 - 2m 4f Class 4 (4-6yo)
EBF Stallions National Hunt Novices Hurdle (Qualifier)
All Odds

Favourites:

Champagne Present (23/10)in, Vintage Vinnie (13/5)in, The Last Euro (21/5)out, Sealous Scout (33/5)out, Mr Burgees (38/5)out, Chicoria (28)in

Non-Runners

None (All 6 Run)

Best Book:

105%

13:30 - 2m 1f Class 4 (3yo)
Molson Coors Juvenile Hurdle
All Odds

Favourites:

Unanimite (4/6), Starchitect (21/10)out, Witch From Rome (7)in, Cape Arrow (50)

Non-Runners

None (All 4 Run)

Best Book:

107%

14:05 - 2m 4f Class 3 (4yo plus)
Rewards4Racing Novices Limited Handicap Chase
All Odds

Favourites:

Distime (3)in, Baileys Concerto (7/2), Cobajayisland (4)out, Classic Move (9/2), Ashes House (13/2), Awbeg Massini (20)

Non-Runners

None (All 6 Run)

Best Book:

103%

14:40 - 2m 0f Class 2 (4yo plus)
Maxilead Metals Handicap Chase (For The John Parrett Memorial Trophy)
All Odds

Favourites:

Valco De Touzaine (7/2), Parsnip Pete (9/2), Nikos Extra (11/2), Doeslessthanme (8), Dunowen Point (8), Surf And Turf (8) Show all, Back To Balloo (11), Gus Macrae (11)

Non-Runners

None (All 8 Run)

Best Book:

106%

15:15 - 3m 0f 110yds Class 2 (4yo plus)
Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle (Series Qualifier)
All Odds

Favourites:

Peckhamecho (9/2), Upswing (9/2), Uncle Jimmy (11/2), Dawn Commander (8), Deadly Sting (8), Rolling Maul (12) Show all, Saffron Wells (12), Flicka Williams (16), Prince Of Pirates (16), Dreams Of Milan (20), Hollow Tree (22)

Non-Runners

None (All 11 Run)

Best Book:

110%

15:50 - 2m 4f Class 3 (4yo plus)
Molson Coors Handicap Chase
All Odds

Favourites:

Lamool (11/2)out, Supreme Asset (6)out, Shadrack (13/2), Benefit Cut (7), King Of The Wolds (15/2)out, Rossinis Dancer (15/2) Show all, Dineur (10), Our Mick (14)in, Quito Du Tresor (16)in, Rubert (28)

Non-Runners

None (All 10 Run)

Best Book:

104%

16:25 - 2m 1f Class 4 (4-6yo)
Aintree Standard Open NH Flat Race
All Odds

Favourites:

Great Try (12/5)in, Father Edward (4)out, Midnight Shot (4)out, Red Spinner (44/5)out, Echo Springs (11)out, Globalisation (12)out Show all, Shotofwine (15)out, Derrydoon (20)out, Little Windmill (47)out, Templeshelin (89)out

Non-Runners

None (All 10 Run)

Best Book:

109%

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Aintree Course


Aintree stages only National Hunt racing and has two courses laid out on a large flat surface. The Grand National course is used to stage the famous race, as the horses travel left-handed and cover the 2 mile 2 furlong track twice. There is a run in of nearly 500 yards from the last fence and an elbow that must be negotiated. The fences are laid out in various styles and are perhaps the ultimate equine challenge.

The Mildmay course is used for all other fixtures, and is a sturdy test of jumping in its own right. The flat surface and tight turns mean most races are run at a healthy pace, and can play in favour of speedier horses. One circuit is just under 1 1/2 miles round, with the hurdles track on the outer of the chase course.


Check out our Grand National Betting Guide for the potential runners in the next Aintree marathon.

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