Two-time winner Tiger Roll is being made to carry a top weight of 11st 10lb as he aims to make history by winning a third race.
The 2018 and 2019 winner could match Red Rum’s record of three Grand National victories and become the first horse to win the famous Aintree steeplechase three years in a row. Whether you follow horse racing on this side of the Atlantic or on the Stateside, you can always learn more about betting on horses in Maine with help and guidance from our friends at Bet Maine.
Trained in Ireland by Gordon Elliott, the ten-year-old has been handed the top weight along with stablemate Delta Work.
The next horse down is Nigel Twiston-Davies’ Bristol De Mai, who clocks in at 11st 8lb.
Other fancied contenders include last year’s Irish National winner Burrows Saint (10st 10lb), and Warwick’s Classic Chase victor Kimberlite Candy (10st 4lb).
Handicapper Martin Greenwood believes this year’s contest will be one of the most fiercely competitive in recent memory.
He added: “The race is full of top-class individuals and boasts the winners of races such as the Grand National, Irish National, Welsh National, Cheltenham Gold Cup and much more.”
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