Winner of the Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse in 2019, he gave Willie Mullins his first win in the race. He will only be 7 when the 2020 Grand National rolls around which may be a little on the young side for Aintree.
Was fourth in the 2018 Grand National and was second in the Gold Cup 2019. He then headed back to Aintree but was burdened with top weight so his fifth-place finish was quite good all things considered!
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 4-6225 | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 9 | TRAINER: AJ MARTIN
Connections can't complain about the lack of runs from Cadmium. He ran 10 times last season and finished by winning the Topham Chase at the Aintree Festival. However, he will need to step up in trip if the 2020 Grand National is seriously on the cards.
The Grand National always throws up a surprise and in 2019 it was the epic performance from 125/1 shot Magic Of Light. The mare romped home in second place and gave trainer Jessica Harrington a memorable debut as a trainer!
Despite his limited preparation, in 2019, Rathvinden did very well and finished third in the Grand National. But at 12-years-old by the time the 2020 Grand National comes around, he may not get another chance.
Winner of the National Hunt at the Cheltenham Festival, Le Breuil is definitely a serious Grand National 2020 contender. With stamina in bucket loads, age on his side, great form and able to carry hefty weights, he's one to watch.
We tipped him for the Grand National but knew that the distance would always be a question mark. And so it was as he was pulled up by Henry Brooke when he got hampered by a faller. That aside he was doing well and could come back again in 2020.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 23-113P | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 9 | TRAINER: N ALEXANDER
Just made the cut in 2019 and with some good form behind him, it looked like he could run a solid race. However, he pulled up after he started to weaken four out. But even then he was just in the middle of the pack and never really contended.