Aintree Hurdle Odds
Day 1 - Thursday 3rd April 2020 - 3.25pm - Aintree Hurdle - Grade 1 - 2m4f
The Aintree Hurdle prices will be here when available...
2020 Aintree Hurdle Tips
The Aintree Hurdle is without doubt one of the biggest races of the season with some of the best hurdlers in the UK and Ireland heading to Liverpool for a thrilling Grade 1 race during the Grand National meeting.
Our selection for the Aintree Hurdle will be here when available.
Aintree Hurdle Hurdle Form
The Aintree Hurdle is a special race over 2m4f as we see a clash of speed taking on stamina with potential horses from the Champion Hurdle at 2m as well as contenders from the 3m Stayers Hurdle from Cheltenham meeting in the middle.
We will have all the key trial race results, including those two Cheltenham contests on this page as and when the results become available.
Aintree Hurdle Past Winners
The Aintree Hurdle roll of honour is amongst the most prestigious in the world of equine sport with some legendary horses claiming victory on Merseyside. in terms of recent winners there have been some stellar heroes since the turn of the century including Oscar Whisky, who won twice for Nicky Henderson, and Annie Power, who was a remarkable mare on her day for Willie Mullins.
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2020 Aintree Hurdle
The Aintree Hurdle is always a hugely popular race with the intermediate trip of 2m4f ensuring it stands alone in the UK in the spring.
There is no Grade 1 race over the 2m4f trip for the boys at the Cheltenham Festival and that ensures the Aintree affair tends to attract a high level of competition and big fields. Horses that perhaps don't quite have the speed for a Champion Hurdle or the stamina for a Stayers Hurdle get their chance to shine over 2m4f.
Buveur D'Air is one horse to have done the famous Champion Hurdle/Aintree Hurdle double back in 2017 and we can once again expect a similar standard of winner when the field assembles in 2020.