Tony Calvin on the Grand National: Back Le Mercurey and O'Faolains Boy

The weights have been announced for this year's Grand National
The weights have been announced for this year's Grand National

The Grand National Weights were officially unveiled in London last night so we asked Tony Calvin to scour the market for value and he found two to back at big prices on the Exchange...


"He announced himself as a serious novice when beating Bristol De Mai by seven lengths in a Grade 2 at Aye last April – Otago Trail was 22 lengths away in third – and has since posted two performances that mark him out as very well-handicapped off a mark of just 151."

Tony Calvin

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