Brian Ellison’s runner is as short as 14/1 for the National
The eleven-year-old put in a fantastic round of jumping at Kelso and justified favouritism on the day as he made light work of his rivals.
He was instantly cut from as big as 25/1 into 14/1 for the Grand National following his impressive display.
You can still get Brian Ellison’s horse at a best price of 20/1.
Since he crossed the line, he has taken 50% of all bets for the Grand National through Oddschecker.
Danny Cook put the race to bed at Kelso with relative ease, and got a fantastic responses from the horse when he asked a few questions.
His rivals couldn’t get close to him and Definitly Red won by a commanding 14 lengths in the end.
The Grand National is no doubt his main target this season and plenty were very impressed with how he handled this run.
He contended in the race in 2017, but was pulled up having been badly hampered at Becher’s Book on the first circuit.
All systems now look set for another tilt, where he has unfinished business.
The grey looked full of running in testing conditions today and must rate a very good chance at the top of the market now for the Grand National.
Tiger Roll is still the solid favourite at 11/2 as he bids for a historic hat-trick, with Burrows Saint second in the market priced at 12/1.
Any Second Now (14/1) is now joined by Definitly Red to make up the top four in the market. With Kimberlite Candy (20/1), Walk In The Mill (20/1) and Magic Of Light (20/1) all close together in the betting too.