Riders and riders of the Grand National 2021: our verdict horse by horse for the Aintree race

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Runners and weights of the 2021 Grand National

A maximum of 40 horses will be lined up for the race. Here are the entries, assigned weights, owners and trainers.

  1. Bristol de Mai (FR) 10 11 10 Mr. Simon Munir and Mr. Isaac Souede Nigel Twiston-Davies
  2. Chris’s Dream (IRE) 9 11 7 Robcour Henry from Bromhead
  3. Yala Enki (FR) 11 11 3 Hills of Ledbury Ltd Paul Nicholls
  4. Ballyoptic (IRE) 11 11 1 Mills & Mason Partnership Nigel Twiston-Davies
  5. Definitely Red (IRE) 12 11 1 Phil and Julie Martin Brian Ellison
  6. Lake View Lad (IRE) 11 11 0 Mr. Trevor Hemmings NW Alexander
  7. Burrows Saint (FR) 8 10 13 Ms. S. Ricci WP Mullins
  8. Magic of Light (IRE) 10 10 13 Ann & Alan Potts Limited Ms. J. Harrington
  9. Acapella Bourgeois (FR) 11 10 12 Syndicat de Slaneyville WP Mullins
  10. Talkischeap (IRE) 9 10 12 Charles Dingwall Alan King
  11. Tout Est Permis (FR) 8 10 12 Gigginstown House Stud Noel Meade
  12. Anibale Fly (FR) 11 10 12 Mr. John P. McManus AJ Martin
  13. Monsieur Malarky (GB) 8 10 12 Wendy & Malcolm Hezel Colin Tizzard
  14. Kimberlite Candy (IRE) 9 10 10 Mr. John P. McManus Tom Lacey
  15. Any Second Now (IRE) 9 10 9 Mr. John P. McManus TM Walsh
  16. Balko des Flos (FR) 10 10 9 Gigginstown House Stud Henry de Bromhead
  17. Alpha des Obeaux (FR) 11 10 9 Gigginstown House Stud Ms. Denise Foster
  18. Ok Corral (IRE) 11 10 8 Mr. John P. McManus Nicky Henderson
  19. Taking Risks (IRE) 12 10 7 Mr. Frank Bird Nicky Richards
  20. Broken Love (IRE) 10 10 7 Gigginstown House Stud Ms. Denise Foster
  21. Jett (IRE) 10 10 7 Mr. Robert Waley-Cohen Ms. J. Harrington
  22. Lord du Mesnil (FR) 8 10 6 Mr Paul Porter & Mike & Mandy Smith Richard Hobson
  23. Potters Corner (IRE) 11 10 6 All Stars Sports Racing and J Davies Christian Williams
  24. Classe Conti (FR) 9 10 6 Mr. Simon Munir / Mr. Isaac Souede WP Mullins
  25. Milan Native (IRE) 8 10 6 Gigginstown House Stud Ms. Denise Foster
  26. Discorama (FR) 8 10 6 Thomas Friel / Andrew Gemmell Paul Nolan
  27. Vieux Lion Rouge (FR) 12 10 5 Prof Caroline Tisdall & Mr John Gent David Pipe
  28. Fabric cap (IRE) 9 10 5 Mr Trevor Hemmings Jonjo O’Neill
  29. Cabaret Queen (GB) 9 10 5 Syndicates. Racing WP Mullins
  30. Minellacelebration (IRE) 11 10 5 Mr. Nick Elliott Katy Price
  31. Canelo (IRE) 8 10 4 Mr. John P. McManus Alan King
  32. The Long Mile (GB) 7 10 4 Mr. John P. McManus JPDempsey
  33. Give Me A Copper (IRE) 11 10 4 Done, Ferguson, Mason, Nicholls & Wood Paul Nicholls
  34. Farclas (FR) 7 10 3 Gigginstown House Stud Mrs Denise Foster
  35. Minella Times (IRE) 8 10 3 Mr. John P. McManus Henry from Bromhead
  36. Second Lieutenant (IRE) 12 10 3 Mrs. G. Howell Georgie Howell
  37. Hogan Height (IRE) 10 10 3 Foxtrot Racing: Hogan Jamie Snowden Height
  38. Double Shuffle (IRE) 11 10 2 Partnership with fingers crossed Tom George
  39. Ami Desbois (FR) 11 10 2 The Reserved Judgment Partnership Graeme McPherson
  40. Blaklion (GB) 12 10 2 Darren and Annaley Yates Dan Skelton
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Top reserves

  1. Some Neck (FR) 10 10 1 Some Neck Partnership John McConnell
  2. Secret Reprieve (IRE) 7 10 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Rucker Evan Williams
  3. Deise Aba (IRE) 8 9 13 Mr. Trevor Hemmings Philip Hobbs

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The 14 main contenders evaluated

Fabric cap – Progressive creep this season, winning his last two starts by taking the fashion. However, showed a tendency to jump left last time around and needs to iron out in this big area; luck in every way.

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Saint of the burrows – Winner of the 2019 Irish Grand National which has been relatively little raced since. Take a good look at the weights again; the one to beat.

Any second now – Speed ​​up 18 stages in distance after gaining more than 2 miles last time. Former smart winner of over 3m2f. Luck at the weights but will do well to win.

Minella Times – In the form of his life and has form figures from 1122 by teaming up with Rachael Blackmore (who still rides here). Endurance a little request; luck all over the place though.

Kimberlite candies – Finalist at the two starts on the national fences. Endurance is assured but surely needs a lot of rain to be considered a top contender here. Place the luck.

Discorama – Not seen since November and has been the subject of an important bet in recent days. Endurance assured and look on a good weight; ready to go very close here.

Magic of light – 2nd to Tiger Roll in the 2019 renewal at a huge price. Has been lightly campaigned on fences since and is met to a lesser degree than a top 5lb rating.

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Potters corner – More than capable in his day, but arguably a much better horse on heavy terrain, which it seems unlikely to get here. Seems like a chance of place at best unless there is heavy rain.

Bristol May – Three-time winner of Rank 1 Betfair Chase. Fits best on soft ground. Class act which seeks a place of chance at the head of the weights.

Farclas – Consistent sorting that has been in good shape lately. However, he has yet to run beyond 3 miles and has some stamina to prove. If he stays, he may indeed be very close.

Mr. Malarky – Has a little to prove on the endurance front and it is probably better to go right handed. Plot in his favor, but has a near-high career rating to challenge. Place the best luck.

Anibal Fly – Great old stayer whose four runs at 3m2f + were the four best performances of his career. The odds have fallen over the past two years. Interesting candidate.

Acapella Bourgeois – Gave Burrows Saint 6lb and a length of 4¾ beating in February. However, it works best in difficult terrain and it seems unlikely to confirm this form even with the weight on here.

Native Milan – I was a hit-and-miss this season; worked well at the Cheltenham Festival after surgery. The terrain may not be ideal here; place the best luck.

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