Tag: Tiger Roll

Tiger Roll’s third straight Grand National win in doubt

Gordon Elliott’s Tiger Roll has won back to back Grand National races but the 2020 edition of the race is in doubt for the two-time winner. Tiger Roll’s participation has been called into uncertainty for the legendary horse race after he was given top weight in the build-up to the Grand National. Can the two-time […]

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Tiger Roll Sets His Sights on Historic Third Grand National

“Aintree Racecourse” by Paul (CC BY-SA 2.0) The news that horse racing fans in the UK have been waiting for has finally been confirmed. Tiger Roll will remain in training for the 2019/20 season and most importantly of all, his main aim of the season will be the Aintree Grand National once again. The horse […]

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A pick of the best Epsom Derby winners from the past

The days are counting down to one of the richest and most prestigious meetings of the racing calendar with this year’s hotly anticipated event set to take place on Saturday, June 1st. Epsom is unique unlike other prestigious races like the Melbourne Cup because you only get one shot at the Derby so it really […]

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Shock Announcement Leaves Horse Racing Fans Reeling

The owner of the horse, Tiger Roll that won the British Grand National for the second time in a row this year has announced he will be withdrawing from the sport over the next five years in an an announcement that has left racing fans shook bets.co.za learned today. Michael O’Leary, the star breeder of […]

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A look back at some of the best horses over the last decade

Matching the feat of the legendary Red Rum, and despite being touted as the favorite by many pundits and websites that put out horse racing predictions, Tiger Roll was once again crowned Grand National champion with his second consecutive victory at this year’s showcase racing event at Aintree. In honor of one of the most […]

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Tiger Roll Set To Go Off As One Of Shorted Priced Grand National Favourites Eve

Tiger Roll will bid to become the first horse since Red Rum in 1974 to win back-to-back Grand Nationals at Aintree when he lines up in the world’s most famous steeplechase next month. Last year’s winner is now as short as +300 in the betting on the latest renewal which means he could be set […]

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