Three-time Cheltenham Festival hero Albertas Run will have a maximum of one race before bidding for a Ryanair Chase hat-trick on March 14.
Three-time Cheltenham Festival hero Albertas Run will again start his campaign in the Old Roan Chase at Aintree on October 27 after his victory in the race last year.
Cheltenham Festival winner Finian’s Rainbow looks sure to start favourite for the John Smith’s Melling Chase on day two of the Grand National meeting at Aintree.
Albertas Run is bidding for a third straight Ryanair Chase success but won't find things easy as this is arguably the strongest field he has faced.
The 2011 Aintree Grand National Festival began with a good day for punters on Thursday and Friday features some more top quality races to get stuck into
Albertas Run heads a final field of ten contesting the John Smith’s Melling Chase on Friday, with William Hill installing the dual Ryanair Chase scorer as 7-2 market leader.
The Ryanair Chase over 2m5f (Thursday 17th, 2.40) replaced the old 'Cathcart' when the Festival moved to four days in 2005 and despite its infancy some some trends have emerged.
Hills are offering best price about Binocular and several other horses for a limited period on Saturday morning
StanJames.com are continuing their Cheltenham Price Boost promotion by offering four horses in their non-runner, no bet markets at the Cheltenham Festival at enhanced odds of 13/1.
Twenty-four horses have stood their ground in the latest entry stage for the 2011 totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup.
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