Nicky Henderson has six chances of winning race named after his father
Last Updated: March 9, 2013 2:23pm
Nicky Henderson has six chances of winning the Grand Annual, named in honour of his late father Johnny, at Cheltenham on Friday.
The Lambourn handler took the spoils with Bellvano last year and has Tanks For That, runner-up there, among his team this time.
It is completed by the two top weights Petit Robin and French Opera, Kid Cassidy, Tetlami and Anquetta.
Ante-post favourite Alderwood stands his ground as does Paul Nicholls' Ulck du Lin.
Ballynagour, bound for the Byrne Group Plate at the Festival, is the most motable absentee.