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Aintree Bumper Stats
Wed, Apr 15th, 2015

Grand National Bumper

The Aintree Champion Bumper is run as the last race on the Grand National Ladies Day card.

The 2012 race was a vintage renewal with two stars  Nigel Twiston-Davies The New One and Nicky Henderson's My Tent or Yours providing the 1-2.

Aintree Champion Bumper Trends

Starting Price:

The market has not been a good guide with winners market position  0 0 1 7 0 4 6 3 0 6 in the decade.

The favourite finished 0 4 4 1 3 2 0 2 6  7 0/0 during that spell.

Age: 3 of the last 8 won by 4yos. 5yos have won 5 of the last 10.

Trainer: Nigel Twiston Davies has trained 3 of the last 10 winners.

Previous Race: 4 winners ran in the Cheltenham Champion Bumper including 2 of the last 5. All were unplaced.

Form: Just 4 of the last 10 won their prep race.

Aintree Champion Bumper Winners 2003-2012

Year

Form

Horse

Wgt

OR

Age

Jockey

Trainer

Odds

2014

F311

Ballybolley

11-4

123

5

S Twiston-Davies

N A Twiston-Davies

14-1

2013

15

Killyglass (IRE)

11-4

123

6

N Fehily

E Lavelle

20-1

2012

116

The New One (IRE)

10-5

133

4

S Twiston-Davies

N A Twiston-Davies

8-1

2011

1F

Steps To Freedom (IRE)

11-4

0

5

Paul Carberry

Gordon Elliott

12-1

2010

125

Megastar

11-4

0

5

Jamie Moore

Gary L. Moore

9-1

2009

7221

Sitting Tennant

11-4

110

6

Richard McGrath

Kate Walton

66-1

2008

2

Honest John

10-12

115

4

Keith Mercer

Tom Tate

14-1

2007

111

Theatrical Moment (USA)

11-5

0

4

Tony Dobbin

Alan Swinbank

6-5

2006

2119

Pangbourne (FR)

11-4

0

5

Robert Thornton

Alan King

28-1

2005

21

The Cool Guy (IRE)

10-11

0

5

Steven Crawford

N A Twiston-Davies

50-1

2004

2225

Diamond Sal

10-6

0

6

Fergus King

Mary Reveley

33-1

2003

10

Classic Native (IRE)

11-1

0

5

Ron Flavin

Jonjo O'Neill

25-1

Grand National Meeting 2015 Previous Winners And 10 Year Trends

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