Can the virtual eight-year-old land a long price winner?
Tiger Roll is, as predicted, receiving plenty of money from punters for the Virtual Grand National.
However, away from the favourite, Tom Lacey’s 16/1 shot Kimberlite Candy is proving equally as popular.
The eight-year-old has received 12% of all bets for the race in the last 24 hours, just two percent behind Tiger Roll.
If punters are looking for one at slightly bigger odds, then Kimberlite Candy could be their answer.
He won very impressively at Warwick in January after having finished second on the Grand National course in December.
It was all systems go for Aintree, with plenty quietly fancying the improving gelding. Sadly, we will not get to see how he fared in the real event but punters think he still has a great chance in the virtual edition.
A lot will come down to the ground conditions of the computerised event, which are still unknown. If the forecast ran hits CGI, Liverpool, Kimberlite Candy will relish the virtual conditions.
The money continues to pour in for Kimberlite Candy, but the bookmakers are unable to shorten his odds due to the nature of the event.
The money suggests a number of punters will be shouting home Kimberlite Candy in the Virtual Grand National and it will be interesting to see how the algorithm sees him fare.