Monmiral 14/1 For 2022 Arkle

Paul Nicholls landed the Grade One Juvenile Hurdle on Thursday on the opening day of the Aintree Festival with the exciting Monmiral who remains unbeaten.

This 4-year-old son of Saint Des Saints has been introduced to the 2022 Arkle at 14/1 at the Cheltenham Festival with BoyleSports. This young talent quickened up after the last hurdle to win by 7½ lengths to Adagio to justify his short odds of 10/11.

Nicholls recorded a quick fire double at the Grand National venue with Clan Des Obeaux who was a comfortable winner of the Grade One Bowl Chase beating Clondaw Castle by a massive 26 lengths. His odds have been trimmed into the 7/1 joint favourite from 14/1 to win another King George this year. Tiger Roll dropped back early on in the race but ran on to grab fourth place.

Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “The Cheltenham Festival has only just finished, and we are already seeing interest for the 2022 running. Monmiral is 14/1 for the Arkle following his easy success at Aintree on Thursday. Clan Des Obeaux won by 26 lengths and is 7/1 joint favourite from 14/1 to win another King George this December.”

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Arkle Chase 2022 ~ Arkle Chase 2022, (place terms: 1/5 the first 3)

3 Appreciate It

6 Bob Olinger

11 Ferny Hollow

14 Monmiral

16 Dusart

25 Ballyadam

Champion Hurdle 2022 ~ Champion Hurdle 2022, (place terms: 1/5 the first 3)

5-2 Honeysuckle

8 Appreciate It

10 Ferny Hollow

12 Quilixios

12 Epatante

20 Monmiral

25 Zanahiyr

25 Sharjah

50 Shewearsitwell

King George VI Chase 14:30 ~ King George VI Chase, (place terms: 1/5 the first 3)

7 Allaho

7 Clan des Obeaux

8 Envoi Allen

12 Frodon

20 Protektorat

22 Imperial Aura

22 Melon

25 Shan Blue

25 Waiting Patiently

25 Cyrname

33 The Big Breakaway

33 Asterion Forlonge

40 Lostintranslation

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