Today’s top five most popular newspaper tips, feature the two big meetings of the day at Aintree and Sandown, with each bringing two selections to this list, while Chepstow provides the remaining choice. So check out the days top five most popular newspaper tips below, along with the best odds available.
Hoping for a better performance over these fences, having been pulled-up in the 2017 National. Last victory was a year ago in the Many Clouds Chase at this venue and looked to need the run at Wetherby last month, when finishing fourth, while a competitive mark should give him a solid chance today.
(Daily Record, Garry Owen. East Anglian Daily Times, Dean Kilbryde. Sunday Mail, Rockavon. Liverpool Echo, Chris Wright)
Won this race back in 2017 and continued to perform well since, with three victories and four second place finishes, including last time out at Cheltenham, when beaten by a length and a quarter by Defi De Seuil in the Shloer Chase, who had a 3lb advantage in that race. Definitely in the mix, for victory but needs his best run.
(Irish Herald, Ian Gaughran. Irish Daily Star, Brian Flanagan. Daily Mirror, Newsboy)
Struggled in the Grand National back in April and was found to be lame afterwards, with his reappearance last month seeing him pulled up at Ascot, although it was clear a run was desperately needed. Had a strong record over fences prior to April’s race, winning twice, both in the Topham Chase with one of those over Good ground. Has the ability and with a bit of backing in the market, punters feel the same.
(The Irish Field, Rory Delargy. Norwich Evening News, Chris Connolly. The Sun, Templegate)
Won twice, earlier in the year, winning a novices at Exeter in February, before a win at Fontwell in April. Returned for seasonal debut with a seventh at Wincanton in a needed run, before securing a second placed finish at Fontwell in a Class 3 outing.
(Sunday Express, Jason Heavey. Oxford Mail, Mark Edwards)
Lacks chase experience, but can lean on hurdles ability, thanks to a very useful second to Fusil Raffles in a Grade 2 race at Wincanton last time out on good to soft ground. Ten places or better in sixteen career starts, show a fine consistency and if he can transfer that form here, he will be in the mix for a maiden Chase win.
(Daily Express, The Scout. Gloucestershire Echo, Melissa Jones)
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