Grand National 2022
Aintree Grand National | Saturday 9th April 2022
Went off as one of the race favourites in 2021 and had a really great race under jockey Mark Walsh. Had to settle for third place but looks set to be back again in 2022.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 99P13- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 9 | TRAINER: T WALSH
Ran straight into the history books in 2021 when winning the Grand National with Rachael Blackmore on board. An incredible race, a superb victory and a one-two for trainer Henry De Bromhead who also saddled the runner up.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 1221- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 8 | TRAINER: H DE BROMHEAD
Winner of the National Hunt Challenge Cup at the Cheltenham Festival in 2021. Run over 3m6f, it was a solid inkling that Glavin had plenty of stamina to challenge for the Grand National 2022.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 11111- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 7 | TRAINER: I FERGUSON
Winner of the Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse in 2019, he gave Willie Mullins his first win in the race. He was a firm favourite in 2021 and despite a great race didn’t have it in the tank to challenge Minella Times and finished in 4th place. Will no doubt challenge again in the Grand National 2022.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 2624- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 8 | TRAINER: W MULLINS
Winner of the Coral Welsh National in January 2021, Secret Reprieve was so close to starting the National in April but missed out on a spot and will have to wait until the 2022 Grand National to take his chances.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 22/F11- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 7 | TRAINER: E WILLIAMS
Winner of the Ladbrokes Trophy Chase in November 2020, Cloth Cap was a very exciting prospect and went off as the 2021 favourite. However, he didn’t finish the race and pulled up at the 28th fence. Will he back in 2022?
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 8/311P- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 9 | TRAINER: J O’NEILL
Was second to Galvin at the Cheltenham Festival but is so lightly chased that he will need some significant experience under his belt if he is to genuinely contend in 2022.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 2112- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 9 | TRAINER: P NICHOLLS
Quite young at just 7-years-old but got his chasing career off to a great start winning two as a novice. Despite his young age, still made it around the Grand National course to finish in 5th place. 2022 could be his year.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 53425- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 7 | TRAINER: D FOSTER
A rapidly developing chaser that was second at Cheltenham before heading to the Grand National festival to win the Betway Handicap Chase in 2021. Young and with plenty of room to improve, another good season could solidify his chances for 2022.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 12121- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 7 | TRAINER: K BAILEY
Finished last season witha second place finish in the Irish Grand National but is the kind of horse that does much better on heavy ground so a bit of rain will be needed if he takes his chances in the Grand National 2022.
NO. | JOCKEY: UNKNOWN | FORM: 55222- | WEIGHT: UNKNOWN | AGE: 7 | TRAINER: D FOSTER
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