Is Minella Times a mare?

Minella Times (foaled 4 March 2013) is an Irish-bred Thoroughbred racehorse who competes in National Hunt racing. In 2021, he won the Grand National under Rachael Blackmore, becoming the first horse ridden by a female jockey to win the race.

Minella Times
Sex Gelding
Foaled 4 March 2013
Country Ireland
Colour Bay

Why is it called Minella time?

Named after Nallen’s Hotel Minella in Clonmel, Minella Times was purchased at the same event that saw the trainer acquire Minella Indo for €24,000. Minella Times went one better, however, having been purchased by JP McManus and trained by de Bromhead.

Is Minella Times a mare or gelding?

bay gelding MINELLA TIMES (IRE) is a bay gelding.

What age is Minella Times?

9 Minella Times

Age 9 (Foaled 4th March 2013)
Trainer H De Bromhead
Sex Gelding
Sire Oscar
Dam Triptoshan

Is Minella times an Irish trained horse?

Minella Times is a thoroughbred horse born in Ireland in 2013. Race horse Minella Times is by Oscar (IRE) out of Triptoshan (IRE) , trained by Henry De Bromhead. About the horse :

Foal Date
PM Ireland : EUR €128,672 United Kingdom : GBP £375,000

How many lengths did Minella Times win by?

six-and-a What for so long seemed as fantastic a prospect as the plot for the 1944 movie ‘National Velvet’ turned into glorious reality as Blackmore guided Minella Times to a thrilling six-and-a-half length defeat of his 100-1 stable companion Balko Des Flos.

Where is Charlie Swan now?

He was twice top jockey at the Cheltenham Festival and was champion National Hunt jockey in Ireland for nine consecutive years. After retiring as a jockey he spent several years a trainer, based in Modreeny near Cloughjordan, County Tipperary.

What was the starting price of Minella Times?

11/1 2021 Grand National

Grand National
Winning horse Minella Times
Starting price 11/1
Jockey Rachael Blackmore
Trainer Henry de Bromhead

Who trained Burrows saint?

Former Irish National winner Burrows Saint was sent off the 9/1 third favourite for last year’s Grand National and each-way punters were rewarded as the Willie Mullins’ trained gelding finished fourth behind Minella Times.

What were the odd on Minella Times?

The 173rd running of the world’s most famous horserace happened in front of just a hundred or so spectators at Aintree Racecourse. Minella Times was second favourite to win the National at around 11-1, behind Cloth Cap who was the betting favourite at 9/2.

Who trains envoi Allen?

Among them is huge Cheltenham Festival favourite Envoi Allen, who is going to Irish trainer Henry de Bromhead. All the horses are owned by Cheveley Park Stud.

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