The line-up for the the English Grand National is down to 65 at the six-day confirmations for the Aintree spectacular start time 4.15pm on Saturday, April 5.
Teaforthree, who finished third in the race last year, was priced at 9/1 on Monday following the forfeit stage but has now been cut into 8/1 after punters continued to support the ten year old on Monday night.
Willie Mullins won the race in 2005 with Hedgehunter and Boylesports can report that Prince De Beauchene who headlines the 14 Irish-trained confirmations is proving popular at 16/1 having been installed at 25/1, whilst 2012 Irish Grand National winner, Lion Na Bearnai, who will be ridden by Davy Russell is now 25/1 from 33/1.
David Pipe last won the Grand National in 2008 with Comply Or Die and this year he holds a strong chance with The Package, who was initially installed at 50/1 but has now halved in price and is available at 25/1.
Philip Hobbs has never won the Grand National as a trainer and he holds a lively chance this year with Balthazar King, who also has attracted support in the past few days and is now 20/1 having been introduced at 25/1.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Teaforthree continues to attract punters support and we have had to clip him into 8/1 and at present if the current demand continues the 8/1 will soon dry up.”
He added “The Package is another horse who has attracted support in the past 24 hours and is now 25/1 from 33/1, whilst 2012 Irish Grand National winner, Lion Na Bearnai, has also been subject to support and is now 25/1 from 33/1.”