WITH Aintree getting underway this afternoon, punters have latched onto a number of Irish horses.
Both Betway and Unibet have a couple of horses they really want beat on Day 1.
Latest movers from Betway, the official betting partner of the Randox Health Grand National Festival:
- 2.20pm Band Of Outlaws 7/4 from 15/8
- 2.50pm Kemboy 9/4 (best backed)
- 5.15pm Minella Melody 7/4 from 9/4
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Latest movers from Unibet Racing:
- 1:45pm Le Bague Au Roi 13/8 from 7/4
- 2:20pm Band Of Outlaws 7/4 from 2/1
- 2:50pm Kemboy 85/40 from 15/8 (money drying up now)
- 3:25pm Buveur D’Air solid at 10/11
- 4:05pm Very quiet betting heat. Road To Rome best backed at 10/3 from 4/1
- 4:40pm Diego Du Charmil 15/2 from 8/1, Brelan D’As 8/1 from 10/1, Molineaux 22/1 from 33/1
- 5:15pm Minella Melody 15/8 from 11/4 (best backed horse of the day so far), Misty Whisky 7/1 from 8/1, Timetochill 10/1 from 18/1
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Betway’s Alan Alger said: “With four Grade 1s in a row, the first day of the Grand National meeting looks set to be a cracker and it’s been a very busy morning on the betting front.
“Kemboy was an early faller in the Gold Cup, but that hasn’t put punters off and Willie Mullins’ charge is now the clear 9/4 favourite for a strong renewal of the Betway Bowl. The money has poured in for him over the last 24 hours and it’s showing no signs of stopping.
“Band Of Outlaws gave Joseph O’Brien his first Cheltenham Festival winner and he’s been very well backed to follow up in the 4-Y-O Juvenile Hurdle. JJ Slevin’s mount is 7/4 from 15/8 and, along with Kemboy, is one of the results we’re fearing the most on day one.
“Ireland’s big hope in the closing mares’ bumper, Minella Melody, is the other one that punters are beginning to get stuck into. She’s now just 7/4 in what appeared to be a highly competitive 20-runner field.”