Grand Sefton Chase Aintree Odds As Mac Tottie Fancied For Win
Mac Tottie has been made favourite for the BoyleSports Grand Sefton Chase over the iconic Grand National fences at Aintree in November.
Last year’s winner featured among 47 entries for the 2022 renewal and the Peter Bowen trained nine-year-old has been chalked up at 10/1 by sponsors BoyleSports to complete an Aintree hat-trick having also scored at the famous Liverpool track in this year’s Topham Chase in April.
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He shares the top of the market with the Paul Nicholls-trained Broken Halo, who won on two of his last three outings as a novice chaser last season.
The Willie Mullins-trained Recite A Prayer and Gordon Elliott’s Battleoverdoyen feature amongst four Irish-trained entries and are 16/1 and 25/1 respectively to deliver a first Irish victory in the race.
It was announced last month that BoyleSports have signed a three-year deal as title sponsors for the Autumn Raceday at Aintree taking place this year on Saturday 5th November, as well the Becher Chase Day on Saturday 3rd December.
Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “It’s an honour for all of us at BoyleSports to get on board with the world’s most iconic racecourse and we are looking forward a cracking spectacle in the BoyleSports Grand Sefton.
“Mac Tottie has showed a real liking for the famous Aintree Grand National fences so it’s little surprise he heads the list of likely winners.
“Although it’s interesting to see Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott with entries hoping to break Ireland’s duck in the race and we know we’ll be looking at a strong field come race day.”
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