Check out our tips for Chance Du Roy to win the Grand National 2014, read the form and compare betting odds for Chance Du Roy.
Despite never running in the big race itself, Chance Du Roy has plenty of experience over the Grand National fences and adds to a strong hand from the Philip Hobbs stable which also sends Balthazar King to Aintree. Chance Du Roy has completed three of his four starts at Aintree and is thought to have a good chance of winning the Grand National if his stamina holds up.
Chance Du Roy Grand National Form
Weight: 10st 6lbs
Trainer: Philip Hobbs
Jockey: Tom O’Brien
Racecard Number: 26
Latest Form: 98-1P4
Chase Form: Starts 21, Wins 6, 2nds 2, 3rds 2
Grand National form: Not yet raced
Career Falls: 1
Can Chance Du Roy Win The 2014 Grand National?
A runner-up in the 2012 Topham Chase at this course, Chance Du Roy then fell at Aintree in the Grand Sefton Handicap Chase later that year. The 10-year-old has since completed another Topham chase and looked as good as ever when landing the Becher Chase in December. The fact that the horse has won over the unique fences at Aintree certainly enhances his claims and whether or not Chance Du Roy has the staying power to last the distance is the only concern.
Chance Du Roy Grand National Betting Tips
If you fancy Chance Du Roy to win the Grand National 2014, don’t leave it too late to put your money down. Compare bookmaker odds for Chance Du Roy and get the best prices, click here for Grand National odds.
Open a new account before Grand National day and you can qualify for a free bet when you place your first bet. To find out more, read How to get free bets for the 2014 Grand National. Bookmakers such as bet365, Betfair, Betfred, Boylesports, Paddy Power and Stan James are non runner no bet, so you’ll get your money back if Chance Du Roy has to pull out of the Grand National before coming under starters orders.
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