Super owner JP McManus has eight entries in the 2020 Grand National. Surprisingly they are trained by no less than seven different trainers with only Thomas Mullins entering two - Scoir Mear, Spider Web. Incidentally, both of those are too far…
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Without a doubt, the strangest trainer switch of the off-season has been the move of Yanworth. Formally trained in the UK by Alan King, the JP McManus owned horse has remained in the same ownership but will now be trained in Ireland by Enda…
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It may look like AP McCoy has the Grand National all but sewn up with many speculating that he will almost certainly partner the Jonjo O'Neill trained, and current race favourite, Shutthefrontdoor on the day but he hasn't made any decisions…
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If there's one horse to keep a close eye for the 2015 Crabbies Grand National then Double Seven would be it.
Trained by Grand National winning trainer Martin Brassil with Numbersixvalverde in 2006, owned by JP McManus, third in the 2014…
Speculation has been rife as to who 19-time Champion Jockey AP McCoy would ride for the 2014 Crabbies Grand National and now we have our answer. It will be the Martin Brassil trained Double Seven.
[SOdds Double Seven]
Owned by JP McManus…
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When Wyck Hill originally got an entry into the 2013 Grand National, he was number 48 on the list and although pretty much guaranteed a spot in the starting line-up of 40 runners, he didn't really come to prominence until he was purchased by…
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The JP McManus owned, Lost Glory, ran in the 2013 National and trained by Jonjo O'Neill and was one of only two he ran in the race, the other being Sunnyhillboy.
At the time he was only 8 years old and had won three of his runs prior to…
Purchased by one of racing's biggest owners, JP McManus, back in 2012, Wyck Hill had been tipped as a future Grand National star and while things were steadily on track, a serious knock at Kempton 12 months ago continues to hamper his chances.…
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Most jockey's are not lucky enough to be given their pick of Grand National Runners and to some extent, neither is AP McCoy but what he does have is a large pool to choose from and that's because he is retained by multi-millionaire and racehorse…
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