After Grand National day 3 results from Aintree? This is the day when the world's most famous steeplechase takes place. Besides the Grand National itself, there were three Grade 1 races. Did you back these winners?
Opening Grand National day was the EFT Systems Handicap Hurdle, where Hometown Boy started a trend of favourites winning at Aintree. The Mersey Novices' Hurdle which followed saw My Drogo confirm all his promise and take the spoils in style on his first attempt at Grade 1 level.
Shishkin winning was one of the expected Grand National day 3 results, and he didn't disappoint in the Maghull Novices' Chase, completing an unbeaten season. In the chief supporting race, the Ryanair Stayers Hurdle, Thyme Hill prevailed over gutsy mare Roksana by a neck as Paisley Park pulled up.
It was five favourites from as many races when Happygolucky took the Betway Handicap Chase on the Mildmay course. In the Grand National itself, Rachael Blackmore continued her history-making season by becoming the first female jockey to ride the winner of the world's most famous steeplechase on Minella Times.
This major success was part of a 1-2 for Irish trainer Henry De Bromhead. The Emerald Isle provided each of the first five and 10 of the first 11 home. Only three of the 15 finishers here were trained in Britain. Cloth Cap, the favourite pulled up on the second circuit, as one of 25 horses that didn't complete the course.
Placed horses among Grand National day 3 results in the big race were Balko Des Flos, Any Second Now, Burrows Saint and Farclas. Blaklion ran best of the British horses as a distant sixth, but the feature belonged to Ireland. The concluding Grade 2 bumper saw Knappers Hill scored his third National Hunt Flat Race. If you're still looking to fulfil that racing fix for after the Grand National then how about checking out the best greyhound betting sites and getting all the racing your heart desires.
Users must be 18+. If you are having trouble with gambling then help and advice can be found at begambleaware.org. Please Play Responsibly.
Trading financial products carries a high risk to your capital, especially trading leverage products such as CFDs. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74-89% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
This site is using Cloudflare and adheres to the Google Safe Browsing Program. We adapted Google's Privacy Guidelines to keep your data safe at all times.