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    2014 Grand National Runners & Riders

    Splitting this out into its own thread. I cant see anything below the 62 mark at present getting in but would like to home in on confirmed runners in top 40.


    No Form Horse Age WT Owner Trainer Jockey

    1) 121-1532 TIDAL BAY (IRE) 13-11-10 Andrea & Graham Wylie Paul Nicholls Sam Twiston Davies

    2) 132-54U1 LONG RUN (FR) 9-11-09 Robert Waley-Cohen Nicky Henderson Sam Waley- Cohen

    3) 13-606034 HUNT BALL (IRE) 9-11-07 Atlantic Equine Nicky Henderson Andrew Tinkler

    4) 301-1310 TRIOLO D'ALENE (FR) 7-11-06 Sandy & Caroline Orr Nicky Henderson Barry Geraghty

    5) 1113-22 ROCKY CREEK (IRE) 8-11-05 The Johnson & Stewart Families Paul Nicholls Noel Fehily

    6) 45-F405P QUITO DE LA ROQUE (FR) 10-11-01 Gigginstown House Stud Colm Murphy IRE

    7) 1U-03U0F COLBERT STATION (IRE) 10-11-00 J P McManus Ted Walsh IRE Mark Walsh or AP McCoy?

    8) 22P52-U4 WALKON (FR) 9-11-00 McNeill Family Alan King Wayne Hutchinson

    9) 20P-1111 BALTHAZAR KING (IRE) 10-10-13 The Brushmakers Philip Hobbs Richard Johnson

    10) P06-52P0 WAYWARD PRINCE 10-10-13 John & Mrs Hilary Parrott Hilary Parrott Jack Doyle

    11) -4503112 MR MOONSHINE (IRE) 10-10-12 Douglas Pryde, Jim Beaumont & David van der Hoeven Sue Smith Ryan Mania

    12) 6203-020 TEAFORTHREE (IRE) 10-10-12 Conyers, O'Reilly, Roddis, Zeffman Rebecca Curtis Nick Schofield

    13) 10-501U ACROSS THE BAY (IRE) 10-10-11 Scotch Piper Syndicate Donald McCain Henry Brooke

    14) F111116 DOUBLE SEVEN (IRE) 8-10-11 J P McManus Martin Brassil IRE AP McCoy or Mark Walsh

    15) 11-1PRP BATTLE GROUP 9-10-10 Jolly Boys Outing Johnny Farrelly Brendan Powell

    16) 5-05103 BUCKERS BRIDGE (IRE) 8-10-10 Ann & Alan Potts Partnership Henry de Bromhead IRE Andrew Lynch

    17) 1/PP-5014 LION NA BEARNAI (IRE) 12-10-10 The Lock Syndicate Tom Gibney IRE Davy Russell

    18) 12-3004 PRINCE DE BEAUCHENE (FR) 11-10-10 Andrea & Graham Wylie Willie Mullins IRE Paul Townend

    19) 13P-3415 MONBEG DUDE (IRE) 9-10-09 Oydunow Michael Scudamore Paul Carberry

    20) 1/F0211-23 BIG SHU (IRE) 9-10-08 H Duffy/R J Robinson/Miss C M Woods Peter Maher IRE
    Peter Buchanan

    21) 2/-500P02 BURTON PORT (IRE) 10-10-08 Trevor Hemmings Jonjo O'Neill Brian Harding

    22) 0P/124-050 OUR FATHER (IRE) 8-10-08 The Ives & Johnson Families David Pipe

    23) 241-3315 MOUNTAINOUS (IRE) 9-10-07 Walters Plant Hire & James & Jean Potter Richard Lee Jamie Moore

    24) 4UP-261 THE RAINBOW HUNTER 10-10-07 May We Never Be Found Out Partnership Kim Bailey
    Aidan Coleman


    25) 2P-1262F VINTAGE STAR (IRE) 8-10-07 Trevor Hemmings Sue Smith Brian Hughes

    26) 0400-1P4 CHANCE DU ROY (FR) 10-10-06 Miss I D Du Pre Philip Hobbs Richard Johnson if BK NR?

    27) 12P-426 HAWKES POINT 9-10-06 Graham Roach Paul Nicholls Ryan Mahon

    28) 2-441103 KRUZHLININ (GER) 7-10-06 Paul & Clare Rooney Donald McCain

    29) 35F2013 PINEAU DE RE (FR) 11-10-06 J A Provan Dr Richard Newland Leighton Aspell

    30) 1R03/3-U1 GOLAN WAY 10-10-05 W R B Racing 58 Tim Vaughan Michael Byrne

    31) 125010U TWIRLING MAGNET (IRE) 8-10-05 Gay Smith Jonjo O'Neill

    32) 302-FU0 VESPER BELL (IRE) 8-10-05 Susannah Ricci Willie Mullins IRE David Casey

    33) 5/4/14PP-3 THE PACKAGE 11-10-04 The Johnson Family David Pipe Tom Scudamore

    34) 15211-P0P3 RAZ DE MAREE (FR) 9-10-03 Dessie Hughes Dessie Hughes IRE Davy Condon

    35)114P-01 ROSE OF THE MOON (IRE) 9-10-03 Middleham Park Racing XXXIII & Partners David O'Meara Jake Greenall

    36) /11220/-6P0 SHAKALAKABOOMBOOM (IRE) 10-10-03 Liam Breslin Nicky Henderson David Bass

    37) 6R3-51P ALVARADO (IRE) 9-10-02 William & Angela Rucker Fergal O'Brien Paddy Brennan


    38) 51433-00 LAST TIME D'ALBAIN (FR) 10-10-02 Fontstown Syndicate Liam Cusack IRE NR or Robbie Colgan

    39) 1P-130PP LOST GLORY (NZ) 9-10-02 J P McManus Jonjo O'Neill

    40) 23-F3P465 ONE IN A MILAN (IRE) 9-10-02 Paul Langford Evan Williams Paul Maloney



    41) P1-2502 GOONYELLA (IRE) 7-10-01 Ann & Alan Potts Partnership Jim Dreaper IRE Robbie Colgan ?

    42) 14406-50 SWING BILL (FR) 13-10-01 Halewood International Ltd David Pipe C O'Farrell

    43) B/0010-5405 SOLL 9-10-00 Derrick Mossop Jo Hughes Mark Grant

    44) 121114 MINELLA FOR VALUE (IRE) 8-9-13 Maxilead Limited John Butler

    45) 1-2301P1 NIGHT IN MILAN (IRE) 8-9-13 Richard Collins Keith Reveley

    46) 3000-04P SAINT ARE (FR) 8-9-13 David Fox Tim Vaughan

    47) 22/0-P50P OUT NOW (IRE) 10-9-12 Dermot Cox/Nelius Hayes Edward O'Grady IRE

    48) 2-50231P TRANQUIL SEA (IRE) 12-9-12 No Dramas Partnership 1 Warren Greatrex

    49) 13/304-40 ALFIE SHERRIN 11-9-11 J P McManus Jonjo O'Neill

    50) 1P0-3326 COURT BY SURPRISE (IRE) 9-9-11 Nick Mustoe Emma Lavelle

    51) 2B6-P51P THERE'S NO PANIC (IRE) 9-9-11 The Stewart Family Paul Nicholls

    52) 6050F-030 QUISCOVER FONTAINE (FR) 10-9-10 J P McManus Enda Bolger IRE

    53) F1111006 STANDING OVATION (IRE) 7-9-10 The Bravo Partnership David Pipe

    54) 03-00P16 WYCK HILL (IRE) 10-9-10 J P McManus David Bridgwater
    Last edited by Old Vic; 04-01-2014 at 09:20 AM.

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    Sefton
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    Mossey Joe NR

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    Grand National Sunnyhillboy 16 from 33; What will AP ride? 4-6 Sunnyhillboy, 2 DoubleSeven,7-2 ColbertStation,14bar

    Last edited by Old Vic; 03-19-2014 at 03:05 PM.

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    Two more jockey up

    Smith said: "Ryan will be on Mr Moonshine this time and Brian Hughes will ride Vintage Star. Both horses are very well and the idea is to take them to Malton next week to school over the Grand National fences, just as we did last year with Auroras Encore.

    "That will give Brian the chance to school Vintage Star beforehand and we'll also get him to ride him in a gallop at some stage so that he's ridden him a couple of times before the National. Harvey [husband] and I are very pleased that Brian will be riding; we both like him."

    Hughes has yet to complete on three previous Grand National mounts, but he does have fond memories of scoring over the unique course, having won the 2009 Topham Chase on Always Waining and the Grand Sefton Chase the following year on Frankie Figg.

    He said: "Apart from the National itself, I've had some good spins around the course and apart from riding a couple of winners over the fences I've been placed a few times as well.

    "I am delighted to have picked up a ride like Vintage Star for a good owner like Mr Hemmings, who has won the race twice before, and a trainer like Sue Smith, who won last year's National. He's a decent horse and I am sure he'll give me a good ride. I'm really looking forward to it and I'll get a sit on him next week."

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    Schofield on Tea for three Fehily on Rocky Creek

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    Coleman on Rainbow Hunter.

    Carbs on Moonbeg Dude.

    No Venetita runners ?

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    MALTON-BORN jockey Andrew Tinkler is likely to partner Hunt Ball in the Crabbie’s Grand National on Saturday week.

    The horse’s American owners say the Yorkshire rider will be in the saddle at Aintree if Barry Geraghty chooses to partner stablemate Triolo d’Alene, the Hennessy winner, as widely expected.

    Both horses are trained by Nicky Henderson and a final decision is likely to be made over the weekend.

    Now nine, Hunt Ball was bought by American-based ownership syndicate Atlantic Equine last May, having previously carried the colours of Anthony Knott to a number of victories.

    He was unable to make a significant impact during a summer campaign in America, but has run two encouraging races since returning to Britain and was fourth in Cheltenham’s Ryanair Chase.

    His Aintree odds of 66-1 are considered by connections to be over-generous.

    Atlantic Equine’s Stephen Price said: “Unless the heavens open, I think he is 99 per cent certain to run in (next week’s) Grand National.

    “You don’t get too many opportunities to own a horse running in the Grand National and the owners are all really looking forward to it.

    “When Ben Nevis won the race (1980) he was owned by Americans and ridden by an American (Charlie Fenwick) and a lot of Hunt Ball’s owners were there to see it.

    “Hunt Ball obviously has a lot to do with all that weight (11st 7lb) but he is a huge price and I’m not quite sure why he is so big – maybe people think he won’t stay the four-and-a-half miles.

    “If Barry doesn’t ride, I would imagine Andrew Tinkler will ride Hunt Ball again.

    “He gave the horse a very sympathetic ride at Ascot and we’d be quite happy to have him on board again.

    “The main thing all the owners want is for the horse to come home safe and sound after the race.”


    David Bass on shackalaka too.

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    Sunnyhill Boy not going ...

  9. #9
    Sefton
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    @PA_Stables: .@Peter_Buchanan6 to ride Irish raider Big Shu @AintreeInsider. Trainer Peter Maher said: "He'll come over and school him during the week."

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    @BBH74: @FatJockeyTips The Package - Tom Scu. Pineau De Re - Leighton Aspell

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