The MyRacing Show Episode 4: The Grand National Fences return!

We’ve got some incredible racing to look forward to this weekend! The main attraction is disputed, with Sandown staging the Grade 1 Tingle Creek and Aintree hosting the return of the National fences on the same day.

If you’re looking for an alternative look on this weekend’s action, then look no further than The MyRacing Show!

Hosted by Ross Brierley and Natalie Green, they’ll cover all the headline action, including previews and picks to help you find the winners of all the ITV races and more. You’ll also, of course, be hearing MyRacing’s horse racing tips and thoughts!


The MyRacing Show | Picks, Puns and Previews | Episode #004

This weeks show doesn’t miss a beat! Natalie and Ross discuss the return to Aintree’s National Fences. One of the most iconic parts of National Hunt racing, both hosts discuss what makes the acclaimed obstacles so special.

They also chat about the incredible performance of Yorkhill. He turned back the years at Newcastle last weekend, causing a 66/1 shock in the process. Ross and Natalie highlight other huge performances from horses who have bounced back from tough periods.

We’ll also be treated to Brierley Off The Bridle, as Ross lets his comedic juices flow about recent racing events!

There is, of course, the small matter of all the feature action! Both hosts will preview the Becher Chase over the National Fences, alongside the Tingle Creek and the Grand Sefton.


The MyRacing Show Multiple

Ross and Natalie also give us their multiple for the weekend, which this time will be an each way Yankee. You can find their selections below, if you’re following the esteemed presenters into the action!

Ross’ Selections

Didero Vallis

Finished a fair fifth in this race twelve months ago and placed off a pound higher subsequently. Shaped well on return and a big season is expected after another year of maturing.

Centurion Song

Has reached the frame in both his starts this winter, latterly when third over course and distance. First-time blinkers added and should go very close under PJ McDonald.

Natalie’s Selections

Looks Like Murt

Has run well on both his starts this term, latterly back over fences. Has dropped two pounds since his last run and looks set for a big effort.

Walk In The Mill

Has won the last two renewals of the Becher, latterly off an eight-pound lower rating. Had a good pipe-opener at Ascot in October and will be primed for this task.

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