Horse-Racing

Leopardess Odds Continue To Snowball For Aintree Grand National

The Charlie Longsdon trained Snow Leopardess is the firm favourite to win the Aintree Grand National on Saturday after her odds were cut again on Thursday.

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This 10-year-old mare was last seen in February when winning over 3m at Exeter and has become a popular choice with punters to win the Aintree Grand National. BoyleSports traders have reported that the support just keeps coming,

With her chances now into 7/1 from 8/1 making her the frontrunner in the betting.

Delta Work caused scenes at the Cheltenham Festival last month by winning the Glenfarclas Chase by three quarters of a length, denying Tiger Roll victory on his swansong.

It was an impressive performance from the Gordon Elliott trained star with his chances rated at 8/1 to give his trainer another victory in the race. The Ted Walsh trained Any Second Now is next at 9/1 to win the crown at the Liverpool track.

Rachael Blackmore made history in the 2021 running of the race when becoming the first woman to win the Aintree Grand National with the Henry De Bromhead trained Minella Times.

His odds have been clipped into 10/1 from 14/1 to win back-to-back titles

…a feat that Tiger Roll accomplished in 2018 and 2019.

The Kim Bailey trained Two For Gold is 40/1 from 50/1 alongside De Rasher County, Anibale Fly, Death Duty and Freewheelin Dylan.

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