BoyleSports Becher Chase Odds – Gesskille Leads The Betting
We have the BoyleSports Becher Chase Odds for you as horse racing returns to Aintree this Saturday over the Grand National course.
Check out all the details and betting news that you need to know to get yourself ready for this fantastic race.
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BoyleSports Becher Chase Details
When is the BoyleSports Becher Chase? The race will take place on Saturday the 3rd of December and it is scheduled for a 2.05 pm start time.
Where is the BoyleSports Becher Chase? The race will be run at the Aintree Racecourse over the famed Grand National course
Who won the Becher Chase last year? The defending champion of this race is Snow Leopardess who was trained by Charlie Longsdon and given the ride by jockey Aidan Coleman.
Gesskille Leads The Betting For BoyleSports Becher Chase Glory
Gesskille is now the favourite for the BoyleSports Becher Handicap Chase over the iconic Grand National fences at Aintree this weekend after five-day declarations.
The six-year-old trained by Oliver Greenall and Josh Guerriero missed out by a nose when edged out by Al Dancer in last month’s BoyleSports Grand Sefton but despite that has been clipped into 4/1 favourite from 10/1 by the sponsors to return to Aintree and go one better in Saturday’s feature.
BoyleSports Becher Chase Contenders
Ashtown Lad, who was third over hurdles at the Liverpool track on season debut at the start of November, is now 11/2 second favourite for the in-form yard of Dan Skelton, while last year’s winner Snow Leopardess is still in the mix as third favourite. The Charlie Longsdon-trained 10-year-old made history last year when holding on to beat Hill Sixteen by a nose to become the first mare to win the race, but remains unchanged at 10/1 having pulled up on her seasonal bow at Warwick earlier this month.
Recent Cork National winner Captain Kangaroo is also prominent in the betting and has shortened into 15/2 from 12/1 for Irish trainer Willie Mullins, while Sandy Thomson’s Hill sixteen has been made a 12/1 shot to improve on last year’s runner-up finish.
Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said:
“We wouldn’t be surprised to see another thriller over the Grand National fences in the BoyleSports Becher chase given the strength at the field.”
Gesskille has been very well backed since entries and at 9/2 from 10/1 is being singled out as the one to beat, but there is hope of a strong Irish challenge too and Willie Mullins’ Captain Kangaroo is shortening having caught the eye in the Cork National.”
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