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2017 Aintree Festival tips - Insider tips for the Pinsent Masons Handicap Hurdle at 6:15pm

Jamie Moore riding So Celebre (right) to victory at Ascot.

We bring you some insider tips for the Pinsent Masons Handicap Hurdle, the final race on Grand National day at the Aintree Festival.

Born Survivor has top weight in this but a fast pace will bring his stamina into a play and he’s no forlorn hope. Irish raider Wakea ran well in the county Hurdle and his partner, Donagh Meyler, is one of only two riders in this to have ridden out his claim.

David Noonan is the other and he may have picked up the plum ride in SO CELEBRE (NAP), a fast-improving four-year-old who showed a fine turn of foot to beat a decent field at Ascot last weekend - he only has a 5lb penalty. Donald McCain would love to have a winner on the card and is double-handed with the hat-trick seeking Cousin Oscar preferred to Raise A Spark.

Highland Fling is another seeking a treble and Flat winner Master Of Finance gets good ground for the first time over hurdles. Chesterfield can reverse Newbury running with Remiluc and Darebin was a close third in the Imperial Cup last month on his return to jumping and is also worth considering.


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2017 Aintree Festival tips - Insider tips for the Pinsent Masons Handicap Hurdle at 6:15pm

We bring you some insider tips for the Pinsent Masons Handicap Hurdle, the final race on Grand National day at the Aintree Festival.

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