2024 Mares NH Flat Race Betting Odds at Aintree racecourse

Thursday, 11 April 2024

The only flat race of the Grand National Festival takes place on Day One of the Aintree meeting, with Baby Kate and Honky Tonk Highway trading as the favourite for the Mares' Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race. The going is soft for an encounter where Jubilee Alpha will line up for Paul Nicholls and could be a good each-way shot.

Diva Luna could also go well in this race, with several horses trading at single figure prices to land a victory. The bookies are set to offer extra places and price boosts for this mares’ race, with customers recommended to compare the available prices before going ahead and making their betting selections.

2024 Mares' National Hunt Flat Race Tips

The Mares' Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race is the final encounter on Day One of the Aintree meeting, with Baby Kate and Honky Tonk Highway emerging as the market leaders for this encounter. The former is trained by Willie Mullins and will be looking to secure a third consecutive victory after some smart previous showings.

There was a victory at Cheltenham back in November where the horse was able to fend off fourteen rivals to claim a triumph in an open National Hunt race. However, some might prefer the chances of Honky Tonk Highway and the runner was victorious at Sandown last month when beating ten rivals.

Sent off as the 3/1 favourite, the horse was able to oblige in a National Hunt Flat race over two miles on soft ground, although each-way backers might be looking elsewhere when it comes to this final race on Day One of the Grand National Festival. Jubilee Alpha is available at a bigger each-way price and could go well for Paul Nicholls.

The five-year-old has only run once and that resulted in a victory, with Harry Cobden on board a runner who was able to beat thirteen other rivals at Wincanton to deliver the goods. Diva Luna could be another one for the shortlist and this charge runs for Ben Pauling and looks to have solid each-way claims.