Ryanair Stayers Liverpool Hurdle Odds
Day 3 - Saturday 5th April 2020 - 3.40pm - Ryanair Liverpool Hurdle - Grade 1 - 3m
The Ryanair Liverpool Hurdle prices will be here when available...
Ryanair Hurdle Tip
The Liverpool Hurdle attracts some of the very best long distance hurdlers around to the race and it offers them a further chance for Group 1 success following the Cheltenham Festival a few weeks earlier.
We will have a tip for the Ryanair Hurdle right here closer to the race.
Ryanair Hurdle Liverpool Hurdle Form
The Ryanair Hurdle is always an exciting race with the best horses in training from the UK and Ireland taking their chance in one of the most important staying hurdle contests on the calendar.
There is a clearly laid out path towards this race throughout the winter with races like the Long Walk Hurdle, the Cleeve Hurdle and of course the Stayers' at Cheltenham likely to give punters a clear idea for the Aintree contest.
Ryanair Hurdle Past Winners
one name stand out amongst many on the roll of honour and that is of course Big Buck's who dominated this division during his long and distinguished career. The Paul Nicholls trained star won this race at Aintree four years on the bounce from 2009 to mark himself out as one of the greats and it is difficult to see that run being broken any time soon.
Thistlecrack has perhaps been the best winner since Big Buck's with his victory back in 2016 still fresh in the mind and it will be fascinating to see what names are added to the list in the future.
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2020 Ryanair Hurdle
A Grade 1 race run over a trip of just above 3m at Aintree, the Ryanair Hurdle is one of the premier contests of the entire Grand National Meeting.
First run in 1974, the Liverpool Hurdle is no established as the second part of the spring double with Thistlecrack the last horse to win both the Stayers' Hurdle at Cheltenham and the Liverpool version in the same season back in 2016.
We always see a top class field of runners assemble for this race and that will be no different in 2020 as we get ready to crown yet another star on Merseyside.