The Grand National Aintree Bowl is a Grade 1 National Hunt race that is contested over three miles and 1 furlong. In the beginning, the first Aintree Bowl was run in 1984, with the first win going to Royal Bond.

For the Grand National festival, you can bet on the Aintree Bowl with all the latest odds available online via the BetUK sportsbook.

Aintree Bowl Odds

In the build-up to the race, you can access all the odds for Aintree Bowl betting. The odds will likely be updated as we grow closer to the event, so keep an eye on any changes across the horse racing betting markets to find the best odds.

Aintree Bowl Tips

Before placing your first bet for the Aintree Bowl, consider general tips that might influence the race's outcome.

Weather can play an important role, resulting in the ground becoming soft when it rains or dry when the weather is milder. Dry surfaces are harder and easier to run on, which could suit some runners more than others. The opposite can be said for wet conditions, leading to harsh surfaces that could hinder runners.

Grand National Day One Tips

In the run-up to the Aintree Bowl, you can also consider the form of each runner to understand how likely they are to go all the way against their competitors. In addition, for each runner participating, take a look into the trainer behind everything. How does their form look in previous runs of the Aintree Bowl?

Clan Des Obeaux is set to miss out on the upcoming race, having previously won the King George VI chase and the Aintree Bowl twice. This could pave the way for other runners to take the top spot, with the previous winner missing an opportunity to defend their title.

What is the Aintree Bowl at the Festival?

The Aintree Bowl is a Grade 1 hurdle race with 19 obstacles to jump and a distance covering 3 miles and 1 furlong. This is an anticipated race for the first day of the festival, and only horses aged five and older are eligible to run.

Originally when the race was created in 1984, it was intended to be a consolation prize for any runners that lost the Cheltenham Gold Cup. This would also include any non-runners that were unable to make the race.

Previous Winners of the Aintree Bowl

The race has been going since 1984, which has made for plenty of historic wins over the years. During 2020, the race was cancelled due to Covid-19, but in previous years the following runners have gone on to win the Aintree Bowl:

2023 - Shishkin 2022 - Clan Des Obeaux 2021 - Clan Des Obeaux 2019 - Kemboy 2018 - Might Bite 2017 - Tea for Two 2016 - Cue Card 2015 - Silviniaco Conti 2014 - Silviniaco Conti 2013 - First Lieutenant

Race Trends for the Aintree Bowl

Trends from previous Aintree Bowl races can be used to help predict a potential winner for the upcoming race.

Although the race is open to horses five years or older, the average age of winning runners is between 8 and 10 for the previous ten winners.

Based on recent runs at the Grand National meeting, favourites have recorded strong success.

Previous winners of the Aintree Bowl have highlighted the pedigree of the race, with the majority of them achieving prior success in another grade 1 or 2 race.

When looking at the previous ten races at the Aintree Bowl, Paul Nicholls has been the most successful trainer, with a total of four wins. This adds to the recent dominance of English trainers at the Aintree Bowl.

In the competition's history, Paul Nicholls has achieved a total of five wins, making him the top trainer to keep an eye on at the Aintree Bowl.

Over the last ten years, Harry Cobden and Noel Fehily have become the most successful jockeys, each with two wins to their names. Both wins came in consecutive years, highlighting the consistency they managed to achieve.

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