Who won Handicap Chase? How every horse finished at Grand National Festival race

LIVELOVELAUGH led from start to finish to win the 26-runner Randox Topham Handicap Chase.

Patrick Mullins’s mount looked to have a battle on to hold the lead as the pack closed in, but the 11-year-old found another gear to streak further clear.


Livelovelaugh put in a majestic showing to win the Randox Topham Handicap ChaseCredit: Reuters

1st: Livelovelaugh 15-2

2nd: Pink Eyed Pedro 33-1

3rd: Senior Citizen 10-1

4th: Snugsborough Hall 20-1

5th: Sir Jack Yeats 33-1

6th: Dunvegan 10-1

7th: Relentless Dreamer 100-1

8th: Ibleo – 14-1

9th: Ravenhill Road – 28-1

10th: Storm Control 14-1

Thursday’s Results – 4.05 Foxhunters’ Chase

1st: Cousin Pascal 66-1

2nd: Latenightpass 11-2

3rd: Cat Tiger – 11-2

4th Clondaw Westie 200-1

5th: Billaway 2-1

6th: Ravished 66-1

7th: Killaro Boy 18-1

8th: Tango De Juilley 25-1

9th: Sametegal 7-1

10th: Mighty Stowaway 12-1



Friday, April 9 – (14:00 – 17:00) ITV1

14:20 The Betway Top Novices’ Hurdle Race (Grade 1) – 2m 1⁄2f

14:50 The Betway Mildmay Novices’ Steeple Chase (Grade 1) – 3m 1f

15:25 The Marsh Steeple Chase (Registered as the Melling) (Class 1) Grade 1 – 2m 4f

16:05 The Randox Topham Handicap Steeple Chase (Grade 3) – 2m 5f

16:40 The Doom Bar Sefton Novices’ Hurdle Race (Grade 1) – 3m 1⁄2f

Saturday, April 10 – (14:00 – 18:15) ITV1

14:25 The Betway Mersey Novices’ Hurdle Race (Grade 1) – 2m 4f

15:00 The Doom Bar Maghull Novices’ Steeple Chase (Grade 1) – 2m

15:35 The Ryanair Stayers Hurdle Race (Registered As The Liverpool Hurdle Race) (Grade 1) – 3m 1⁄2f

16:15 The Betway Handicap Steeple Chase (Grade 3) – 3m 1f

17:15 The Randox Grand National Handicap Steeple Chase (Grade 3) – 4m 21⁄2f

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