2021 Aintree Bowl Odds - Clan Des Obeaux leads Native River and Tiger Roll in betting
- We take a look through the betting for the 2021 Aintree Bowl
- This Grade One is the feature race on day one of the Grand National Festival
- 9 chasers remained in the field after the seven-day declarations
- Clan Des Obeaux is the 9/4 favourite with Ladbrokes
Clan Des Obeaux (left) finishing second to Kemboy in the 2019 Aintee Bowl. (Getty)
The opening day of action at Aintree's Grand National meeting feature four fantastic Grade Ones. The most valuable is the Aintree Bowl, which has been won by greats of the game like Silviniaco Conti, Wayward Lad and Desert Orchid.
Paul Nicholls has saddled a record four winners of the Bowl, and he trains the favourite to win on Thursday, Clan Des Obeaux.
2021 Aintree Bowl Odds
|Clan Des Obeaux||9/4|
*Odds taken from Ladbrokes on 6/4/21*
2021 Aintree Bowl Runners
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Two-time King George winner, Clan Des Obeaux skipped a third outing in the Cheltenham Gold Cup in order to prepare for Aintree. Harry Cobden's mount finished second in this race to Kemboy in 2019, and Ladbrokes make Nicholls' star their 9/4 favourite.
Native River comes into his first Aintree Bowl on the back of a fine fourth in the Cheltenham Gold Cup. With his usual partner, Richard Johnson now enjoying his retirement, Jonjo O'Neill has been booked to take the ride by Colin Tizzard.
Tiger Roll will make his first appearance in a Grade One Chase at Aintree, after connections chose not to carry top-weight into his third Grand National. Waiting Patiently is another who skipped Cheltenham, with connections preferring the flatter track at Aintree.
Mister Fisher was last seen pulling up in the Ryanair Chase, and he could step up to three miles for the first time. Clondaw Castle will be looking to build on a sparkling handicap victory at Kempton when he returns to Grade One company.
The field on day one of the Grand National Festival is completed by Paul Nicholls' Real Steel, Venetia Williams' Aso and Militarian, who represents Andrew Martin.