Tiger Roll and Davy Russell held on to claim a dramatic victory in the Grand National at Aintree. Gordon Elliott's eight-year-old landed his third Cheltenham Festival success in the Cross-Country.
One of the key features of this Grand National site is our odds comparison table. We have the latest Aintree Grand National odds from a host of bookmakers, providing our visitors with the opportunity to get the very best prices from the leading online bookmakers for your Grand National betting. Ante Post Grand National Odds. 17:15 - Aintree - 3rd April 2021. Runners. Best Odds. Tiger Roll. 12.
Tiger Roll. Winner of the world's most famous race for the past two years, Tiger Roll needs no introduction. He is the clear favourite at 5-1 to secure a Grand National hat-trick but has not yet qualified to run and time is running out.Tiger Roll, ridden by Davy Russell (right), won the Grand National in 2018 ahead of Pleasant Company. As the weights are published for the runners being aimed at the 172nd Grand National, and the.Tiger Roll, a 10-1 shot, was leading by as much as 10 lengths in the long run to the line, but only just held off the fast-finishing Pleasant Company (25-1) to win a first prize of 500,000 pounds.
And that’s exactly what jockey Davy Russell says about the 2018 winner, Tiger Roll. Trained by Gordon Elliott, the win was by the smallest of margins when a photo finish was needed to determine the winner in 2018. Tiger Roll just eeked across the line ahead of the Willie Mullins trained Pleasant Company. And no sooner had he won the biggest race of his life, and speculation was already.Read More
The Grand National is the highlight of the horse racing calendar which is held annually at Aintree Racecourse, near Liverpool. It's a four mile race with horses jumping 30 fences over two circuits.Read More
Davy Russell (left) claimed his first Grand National win on Saturday. Tiger Roll, ridden by Davy Russell, won the 2018 Grand National ahead of Pleasant Company after a photo finish at Aintree.Read More
Tiger Roll is an Irish-bred Thoroughbred racehorse who competes in National Hunt racing and won the Grand National in 2018 and 2019.He has also won four times at the Cheltenham Festival: the Triumph Hurdle in 2014, the National Hunt Chase Challenge Cup in 2017 and the Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase in 2018 and 2019. Although bred for the flat, his first race was as a three-year-old gelding.Read More
Tiger Roll Odds and Grand National Form 2020. 14-1 See Offer 14-1 See Offer. Age: 10 Weight: 11-10 Horse No: 0. 14-1 See Offer. Pulled off a fantastic Grand National double last year; can he do it again and win the 2021 Grand National? Tiger Roll is likely to be given the go ahead to attempt a feat that has never been achieved: to win three consecutive Grand Nationals. Comparisons are.Read More
Tiger Roll joined a very select group of horses to have won at each of the three Cheltenham courses. April 14, 2018: Aintree ace If Cheltenham was spectacular, then Aintree was brave. Tiger Roll went into the Grand National as one of the leading players and did not disappoint.Read More
Tiger Roll Wins the 2018 Grand National The oldest competitor in the 2018 Grand National, Davy Russell had virtually achieved everything to give his illustrious career a picture-perfect culmination. And he unmistakably pulled off a demanding feat oh-so masterfully. Riding one of the smallest horses seen in the past few years, the irresistible champion colorfully netted a last-gasp triumph in.Read More
Runner up to Tiger Roll in 2018 and was still going well enough when coming down four out last year. The last 12-year-old to win the race was Amberleigh House in 2004 but he has a 13lbs pull with.Read More
TIGER Roll will have to wait until 2021 to try and make history and join Red Rum as a three-time Grand National winner - but he could still be a virtual hero this weekend.Read More
Four reasons Tiger Roll will win a second successive Grand National. By William Hill. Last Updated: 8th January 2020. The build up to the 2019 Grand National has been dominated by the prospect of Tiger Roll attempting to become the first horse to win consecutive editions of the Aintree marathon since the legendary Red Rum in 1974. While any bettor worth their salt will be keen to oppose the.Read More