Remastered is the most backed horse for Day 3 of the Grand National Festival at Aintree.

Remastered lines up in the first race of the day – The EFT Construction Handicap Hurdle and has taken 14.85% of all bets on the oddschecker grids.

He is winner of a hurdle race, a NH flat race and three chases from 2m to 3m on soft and heavy ground. He finished 10l behind Royale Pagaille when fourth of 10 at 4-1 on his latest outing in a chase at Haydock over 3m 2f (soft) in January and is well supported in the market with punters anticipating a big performance.

The David Pipe trained nine-year-old will run off 10 stone 11 for this one and has an overall rating of 133. He will have a couple of pounds over the big-rated runners in this one (Beauport, Third Wind & Jai Froid) so could run well.

Good Boy Bobby

Our second most backed of the day runs in Saturday’s showpiece - The Grand National. The horse that has taken the most bets is Good Boy Bobby, so far he has taken 4.85% of all bets on the oddschecker Grand National grid.

The Nigel Twiston Davies trained nine-year-old has won three hurdle races, three NH flat races and four chases from 1m 7f to 3m on ground varying from good to heavy. He was well beaten at 16-1 when seventh of 14 on his latest outing in a Grade 3 chase in the Group 3 Coral Trophy Handicap Chase at Kempton over 3m (good to soft) in February but has won twice at Wetherby this season.

Stage Star

To round off our most backed on Day 3 of Aintree we have Stage Star who runs in the Mersey Novices’ Hurdle at 14:25 on Saturday. At the time of writing, he has taken 8.91% of bets on the oddschecker grids.

He has won three hurdle races and a NH flat race from 2m to 2m 4f on ground varying from good to soft. He was pulled up at the last when 7-1 in the Group 1 Ballymore Novices' Hurdle at Cheltenham over 2m 5f (soft) in a Grade 1 hurdle race won by Sir Gerhard last month on his latest outing but has won three times this season.

Fancy The Treble?

Today’s most backed at Aintree combine for a best treble price of 3756/1 through oddschecker. Meanwhile, the worst odds on the treble are 1847/1.