The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase is the second race that takes place at Aintree Racecourse for their fantastic Afternoon Racing Meeting every Autumn.
It’s the first meeting held on the marvellous grounds of Aintree since The Evening Racing took place five months prior in May, so the competitors will be keen to put on an enthralling show for the spectators.
The Aintree Afternoon Racing offers seven wonderful races, including three hurdle races, three steeplechases and one National Hunt flat race finale.
The Aintree Afternoon Racing is scheduled to take place on Sunday the 24th of October 2021. For all of The Aintree Afternoon Meeting’s news and ticket information, sign up for The Jockey Club’s newsletter at https://www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/newsletter/.
About The Race
The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase is a Class 2 National Hunt handicap steeplechase that serves as the second race of The Afternoon Racing at Aintree every Autumn.
As a veterans race, only horses aged nine years old and above can participate in The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase, which runs 3 miles and 210 yards of Aintree’s Mildmay course and features a number of fences for the competitors to negotiate.
A generous prize pool of £24,000 was available at the last edition of The Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase, which had the following amounts assigned to each placement position:
1st place – 15/2 Minellacelebration (IRE) – £15,014
2nd place – 14/1 Pobbles Bay (IRE) – £4,435
3rd place – 7/2 Sametegal (FR) – £2,218
4th place – 5/1 Don Poli (IRE) – £1,109
The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase will commence at 13:22 on Sunday the 24th of October 2021.
Unless you’re new to the sport, you may recognise some of the horses that participate in The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase – they’re some of the 10-year-old and above veterans that have been around for many seasons. If not, you’ll certainly recognise the jockeys and trainers that are in charge of them.
Here are the runners, their starting prices and how they fared in this fantastic race on Aintree’s Afternoon Racing at Aintree Racecourse last time out in 2020 (ordered by saddlecloth number):
- Indian Temple (IRE) – Non-Runner – starting price N/A – weighing in at 11-12 – no jockey assigned – trained by T Reed
- Captain Redbeard (IRE) – fourth-place finish – 6/1 starting price – weighing in at 11-12 – ridden by jockey Sam Coltherd and trained by W Coltherd
- Carole’s Destrier (GB) – Non-Runner – starting price N/A – weighing in at 11-10 – assigned jockey Richard Dunne and trained by Neil Mulholland
- Theatre Guide (IRE) – third-place finish – 7/1 starting price – weighing in at 11-8 – ridden by jockey Paddy Brennan and trained by Colin Tizzard
- Killaro Boy (IRE) – second-place finish – 11/2 starting price – weighing in at 11-5 – ridden by jockey Liam Heard and trained by Henry Oliver
- Burtons Well (IRE) – first-place finish – 11/2 starting price – weighing in at 11-1 – ridden by jockey Charlie Deutsch and trained by Venetia Williams
- Our Kaempfer (IRE) – Pulled Up – 13/2 starting price – weighing in at 11-0 – ridden by Aidan Coleman and trained by Charlie Longsdon
- Monbeg River (IRE) – sixth-place finish – 5/1 starting price – weighing in at 10-12 – ridden by jockey Sean Quinlan and trained by Martin Todhunter
- On Tour (IRE) – fifth-place finish – 3/1 starting price – weighing in at 10-12 – ridden by jockey Adam Wedge and trained by Evan Williams
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Last time out for The Afternoon Racing at Aintree, odds for The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase ranged between 7/2 for the race favourite Sametegal and 18/1 for the longest outsider Theatre Guide.
The race was won by 15/2 priced Minellacelebration, who turned £10 outright backing stakes into £85 in returns, £75 in profits for the bank balances of the punters that trusted the 15/2 priced starter.
Here are the previous 4 winners of The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase at Aintree’s Afternoon Racing, including their odds, closest competitors and race stats:
The winner of The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase last time out at Aintree Racecourse was 15/2 priced Minellacelebration, ridden by jockey Benjamin Poste and trained by Katy Price.
14/1 outsider Pobbles Bay finished fourteen lengths behind Minellacelebration in second place, followed by 7/2 race favourite Sametegal in third place and 5/1 second-favourite Don Poli in fourth.
The winner of The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase at Aintree Racecourse in 2019 was 11/2 priced joint third-favourite Burtons Well, ridden by jockey Charlie Deutsch and trained by Venetia Williams.
Equally priced 11/2 Killaro Boy finished four and a half lengths behind Burtons Well in second place, followed by 7/1 priced Theatre Guide in third place and 6/1 priced Captain Redbeard in fourth.
5/1 priced third-favourite Exitas won The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase at The Afternoon Racing Meeting in 2018, ridden by jockey Lorcan Williams and trained by Phil Middleton.
2/1 race favourite Beat That was beaten by eleven lengths to finish in second place, followed by 14/1 outsider Bishops Road in third place and 8/1 priced Pendra in fourth.
Back in 2017, the winner of The Every Race Live on Racing TV Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase at Aintree Racecourse for The Afternoon racing was 4/1 race favourite The Romford Pele, ridden by jockey Adrian Heskin and trained by Tom George.
12/1 outsider Bob Tucker finished two and three-quarter lengths behind The Romford Pele in second place, followed by 12/1 Astracad in third place and 20/1 longer outsider Call Me Vic in fourth.