Looking for Grand National day 2 results from Aintree? Ladies Day marks the halfway stage of the three-day Festival. Again, there were four Grade 1 races. See if any horses you backed finished placed at Liverpool venue.
In the opening Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle, Tronador relished stepping up in trip for his Irish connections. He defied a big drift in the market to win at 22/1. Following on from that, the Grade 1 Top Novices' Hurdle went to County Hurdle hero Belfast Banter as the Emerald Isle took the first two contests. He confirmed form with Third Time Lucki, while joint-favourite Dusart hit the frame on just his second start.
The next couple of race had plenty of drama. Chantry House took full advantage of Espoir De Romay falling two out in the Mildmay Novices' Chase and following-up on Cheltenham Festival success. Fakir D'Oudairies finally got his head back in front in the feature Marsh Chase. Master Tommytucker's jumping let him down, while Politologue was only fourth in the race he won three years ago.
Over the Grand National fences in the Topham Handicap Chase, Livelovelaugh got a great ride from amateur jockey Patrick Mullins. The biggest shock among Grand National day 2 results came in the Sefton Novices' Hurdle when 66/1 outsider Ahoy Senor bested Bravemansgame.
In the Pinsent Masons Conditional and Amateur Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle that closed Ladies Day, Rowland Ward ran down Camprond and prevailed by half-a-length. There were three winners for Ireland on the day, while only one favourite obliged proving it pays to look beyond the market principals. Below, you can read details of all placed horses in the Grand National day 2 results below.
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