Tiger Roll is an Irish born racehorse who has competed at the highest level now for seven years and has become a house-hold name to not sure the horse racing fanatics but also with the general public. Having won his first race in impressive fashion, he was sold to Ryanair’s boss Michael O’Leary and this is when his career really started.
Gordon Elliott on next year’s Grand National
? “There is every chance of Tiger Roll competing and he hasn’t got that many miles on the clock. We will be training him back for the Grand National again.” pic.twitter.com/GWyZDihqzX
— Great British Racing (@GBRacing) March 17, 2020
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Since O’Leary put his bought horse into the trust Gordon Elliot and for him to be trained in his native country of Ireland where he flourished into becoming a four-time Cheltenham Festival winner, most recently winning the Cross-Country race for the second time in his career. He always raced the Cross-Country this year however was just pipped to the post by Easyland. This means that there is the possibility that the two horses will meet again before Aintree for the rematch of the Cross-Country in what promises to be a mouth-watering prospect as Easyland is two from two now at Cheltenham with a host of other wins in France too.
Easyland wins the Cross Country. Great run ? pic.twitter.com/WUqp6ULgLy
— Gaurav Chaddah (@gauravchaddah) March 11, 2020
Moreover, Tiger Roll hasn’t just been successful at Cheltenham, he’s also a back to back winner at the Grand National – both ridden by Davy Russell who had the experience to guide him to this win. And even more experience in the stable because this isn’t trainer Gordon Elliot’s first win at the Grand National; he has success back in 2007 when Silver Birch rode to victory.