The runners for Grand National 2019 are yet to be specifically confirmed, but, as of 30 January 2019, it is certain that the 2019 National winner will come from the list of 112 entries, below. The deadline for entries was 29 Jan.
REGAL ENCORE (IRE) which is trained by Anthony Honeyball and owned by JP McManus, will not run in the 2018 Aintree Grand National after the horse produced an abnormal blood sample.
WALK IN THE MILL (FR) has been withdrawn from the 2018 Aintree Grand National.
Today is Grand National Saturday! There are also a five other meetings going on as well as the biggest one of the season at Aintree, with five race meetings in the UK and a nice flat turf card over the Irish Sea, too. See our Grand National tips here. We’ve got tips for all today’s […]
Another horse has been withdrawn from the 2018 Aintree Grand National on Friday, as the going on the course gained the word Heavy (Soft in Places) as BEEVES (IRE) was withdrawn by trainer Jennie Candlish.
After the earlier withdrawal of Minella Rocco, trainer Paul Nicholls has confirmed that VICENTE (FR) will not be running in Saturday’s 2018 Grand National as the going on the National course is currently Heavy (Soft in places).
MINELLA ROCCO (IRE) has been withdrawn from the 2018 Aintree Grand National, meaning the first reserve, THUNDER AND ROSES (IRE) will run.
The Aintree Grand National 2018 meeting continues on Friday the 13th, and we’ve got another selection of tips for racing fans. We’ve got Irish racing too, with an afternoon meeting at Naas and an early evening card at Ballinrobe. There will also be an evening of all weather flat racing at Kempton Park, before which […]
The following horses have not made it into the 2018 Aintree Grand National, despite being in the original 63 horses entered.
Nicky Henderson picked up another winner at Aintree Festival 2018, when King George hero, MITE BITE (IRE) powered past Bristol De Mai to lift the 2018 Betway Bowl Chase in fine style.