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Liverpool Hurdle tips and preview for this three mile contest at Aintree during the Grand National Festival.

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IN SUMMARY: This can go to WHOLESTONE, who won the Grade 2 Relkeel earlier this season and went close when third in the Stayers’ Hurdle on his latest start. The ground has gone straight in his favour and the worse it gets, the better his chances. These connections can do no wrong at present and he should take all the beating under Daryl Jacob.

Coole Cody silk
Coole Cody
J: Tom Scudamore T: Michael Blake
Arrives here on a four-timer, winning at Cheltenham when last seen in November in a handicap. He was off a big weight that day and made most in ready fashion, given time to rest since. This is obviously much tougher and plenty more is needed at this level, so it's hard to envisage him landing a glove today.
Identity Thief silk
Identity Thief
J: Sean Flanagan T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Very smart on his day, second in the 2016 Punchestown Champion Hurdle. He got back to some sort of form when fourth in the Champion Hurdle on his latest start, now stepping up markedly in distance. His stamina is a big question mark, especially on this ground and it's hard to be confident on his chances.
Lil Rockerfeller silk
Lil Rockerfeller
J: Trevor Whelan T: Neil King
Likeable seven year old who has never been quite able to match it at the top level, well beaten in the Stayers' Hurdle on his latest outing. A return to a flatter track may suit him, but he does need to find something extra reopposing several horses who have beaten him over the season.
Old Guard silk
Old Guard
J: Harry Cobden T: Paul Nicholls
Posted a career best effort when winning the National Spirit at Fontwell on his latest start, beating Lil Rockerfeller by two lengths. That was certainly a good effort, but stepping up to this distance isn't sure to suit, a non-stayer on his only previous attempt. Regardless, he should find a few of these too classy.
Sam Spinner silk
Sam Spinner
J: Joe Colliver T: Jedd O'Keeffe
Front-runner who won the Grade 1 Long Walk at Ascot back in December, perhaps disadvantaging himself by setting a slow pace in the Stayers' Hurdle on his latest outing. A return to a track where the emphasis is on speed should suit him and he's likely to make a bold bid from the front.
Serienschock silk
J: Ludovic Philipperon T: Mlle A. Rosa, France
French challenger who is rated inferior to nearly all of his rivals, last seen well held over hurdles at Pau in Listed comapny. On that evidence, he shouldn't be good enough upped into Grade 1 company over a distance that is a big question mark.
Shelford silk
J: Harry Skelton T: Dan Skelton
Has been seen mainly over fences in recent seasons, not winning over timber since April 2016. He was last seen well held in a Class 3 handicap at Haydock in January and none of his form suggests he'll be able to get involved here.
The Worlds End silk
The Worlds End
J: A. P. Heskin T: Tom George
Course and distance winner, claiming the Grade 1 Sefton last season. He's struggled to match it at this level the last twice, with the ground perhaps to blame on a number of occasions. A return to this track is certainly positive, but the ground has surely gone against him.
Thomas Campbell silk
Thomas Campbell
J: Nico de Boinville T: Nicky Henderson
Looked very promising earlier this season, displaying a very progressive profile but he's struggled the last twice upped in grade. He was no match for both Wholestone and The Worlds End at Cheltenham in January and much should be the same here.
Wholestone silk
J: Daryl Jacob T: Nigel Twiston-Davies
Consistent performer who won the Relkeel earlier this season, suited by a slog in the mud. He went close in the Stayers' Hurdle on his latest start, ahead of plenty of these and the ground has gone straight into his favour. Both jockey, owner and trainer are in red-hot form and he's the one who can see this out the best.
Non Runners
L'ami Serge silk
L'ami Serge
J: Aidan Coleman T: Nicky Henderson

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