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Tiger Roll 8/1 favourite to win 2019 Grand National by four lengths or more

| 02.04.2019
CORAL ENHANCED ACCAS

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The red-hot Grand National favourite Tiger Roll is 7/2 to win the race again and just 8/1 to triumph in Saturday’s race by four lengths or more.

Gordon Elliott’s charge is 7/1 to win by under four lengths.  

“Although only a head separated Tiger Roll and Pleasant Company twelve months ago, the former does seem to have improved again this year, and for fans of the favourite wanting to back him at bigger odds than his current 7/2, we’ve set the potential winning margin under or over four lengths,” said Coral’s David Stevens. 

Elsewhere, Clan Des Obeaux is 9/4 favourite to return to winning ways in the Betway Bowl, while Buveur D’Air is evens to atone for his Champion Hurdle defeat in the Aintree Hurdle. 

Betway Bowl
9/4 Clan Des Obeaux, 11/4 Kemboy, 3 Bristol De Mai, 9-2 Road To Respect, 14 Elegant Escape, 20 Balko Des Flos,

Aintree Hurdle
Evs Buveur D’Air, 5 Melon, 6 Faugheen, 9 Supasundae, 14 Ch’tibello, Verdana Blue, 16 Silver Streak, 20 Summerville Boy, 25 Brain Power,

How much will Tiger Roll win by?
7-1 Under 4 lengths, 8-1 4 lengths or more 

Randox Grand National
7/2 Tiger Roll, 10 Anibale Fly, Rathvinden, 12 Vintage Clouds, 14 Lake View Lad, 20  Joe Farrell, Mall Dini, Pairofbrowneyes, Pleasant Company, Rock The Kasbah, 25 General Principle, Jury Duty, Minella Rocco, One For Arthur, Ramses De Teillee, Step Back, Up For Review, Walk In The Mill, 33 Ballyoptic, Captain Redbeard, Carole’s Destrier, Dounikos,Noble Endeavour, Ultragold, Valtor, Vieux Lion Rouge, 40 Bar

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Richard Marsh