Aintree Bowl Odds
Day 1 - Thursday 3rd April 2020 - 2.50pm - Aintree Bowl - Grade 1 - 3m1f
The Bowl betting will be here when available...
Aintree Bowl Tips
The Aintree Bowl is the highlight of the first day of the National Festival and it will be no different in 2020, we often get a number of Gold Cup horses from Cheltenham taking their chance so it is always a hot betting heat on and off course.
We will be making our selection for the Bowl closer to the race so keep your eyes peeled on this page in April.
2020 Aintree Bowl Form
We see a number of runners from the Cheltenham Gold Cup head to the Bowl at Aintree and any important race results with the Liverpool contest in mind will feature on this page for punters to study.
Fresh horses also tend to do well in the Bowl so it is well worth keeping an eye on those contenders that miss Cheltenham or had an easier race at Prestbury Park.
Aintree Bowl Past Winners
The Aintree Bowl can throw up a surprise or two after the Gold Cup at Cheltenham but there are still some stellar names on the recent roll of honour.
Stand out names on the list include Silviniaco Conti who won the race twice for Paul Nicholls and Cue Card who famously won this race in style for Colin Tizzard back in 2016.
We saw a brilliant winner in 2019 as Kemboy scorched clear to win the for Willie Mullins and we can expect a similar standard in 2020.
N de Boinville
Tea For Two
Follow The Plan
What A Friend
Madison Du Berlais
2020 Aintree Bowl
First run in 1984, the Bowl has grown into a fantastic race on the national hunt calendar and more than just a consolation for the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
The race itself is run over just shy of 3m1f and it is a Grade 1 race for horses aged five and over with 19 fences to be jumped.
Only four horses have ever won the Bowl twice with Silviniaco Conti the last two to do so and it can be a tough race for punters to pick over with the race coming at the end of a long campaign.
There is no doubt that the 2020 race will be hotly anticipated once again and it will be fascinating to see which equine superstar can become the latest name to win the Liverpool contest,