Our Cheltenham Festival tips this year, we tipped 8 first place winners and 11 places from 28 tips in total. Who are we tipping for the Grand National 2021?
Here are the Aintree tips for Grand National Day, Saturday 10th April 2021 from @cheltenhamtips on twitter.
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TIP TO WIN
Has an obvious chance on his form over these fences in two Becher Chases and has been attracting steady support ever since the weights were published in February. There is an obvious question mark too, though, as his best performances have come on heavy ground, which makes his current price look thin in the absence of any significant rain.
Twice runner-up in the Becher Chase over these fences and long aimed at this race. Goes well fresh and should be in perfect shape after a break since December.
Trainer Tom Lacey said: “There are no fears regarding jumping the fences. The biggest worry will be whether he can cope with the tempo of the race early on.”
EACH WAY TIP
Three lengths behind handicap “snip” The Shunter at Cheltenham last month, when a stumble on the home turn also cost him a length or two. Weighted to go close on that form, which was a fourth successive top-5 finish in a big and competitive field. Like Tiger Roll, a former winner of the Triumph Hurdle who runs in Michael O’Leary’s maroon and white colours, and looks the most likely of the owner’s five runners to give him a fourth success in the last five runnings. Jockey: Jack Kennedy
RACHAEL BLACKMORE GRAND NATIONAL HORSE
Rachael Blackmore can move betting markets after her historic efforts at the Cheltenham Festival last month, but the question for backers is whether she has shifted the odds too far. The money was coming for Henry de Bromhead’s gelding long before Blackmore was confirmed for the ride, but while there is plenty in his form to suggest he has a fair chance of making his jockey the first female to win the National, there is little that makes him a legitimate 10-1 shot. Like Cloth Cap, he looks like one to pass over at his current price. Will be hugely popular with Rachael Blackmore on board but has a big chance anyway. Second in two big-field handicaps at Leopardstown in the winter and bred to stay. Trainer Henry de Bromhead said: “He jumps really well and he seems to be in very good form at home.