Trainer Rebecca Curtis says Grand National favourite is 'cocky'

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Meet the 'cocky' National favourite


Aintree Racecourse
3-5 April
Grand National:
16:15 BST, Saturday, 5 April
Big-race commentaries on BBC Radio 5 live. Programme from Aintree on Grand National day; live text commentary on BBC Sport website

BBC Sport meets Rebecca Curtis, the trainer of Grand National favourite Teaforthree.

Curtis jokes with BBC Wales reporter Claire Summers that the horse has become "cocky" as he "knows he's a bit famous now".

Last year's third-placed horse Teaforthree is the current favourite ahead of Monbeg Dude, who is part-owned by former England rugby union captain Mike Tindall, team-mate James Simpson-Daniel and Welsh fly-half Nicky Robinson, and Long Run, the Nicky Henderson-trained dual King George VI Chase winner.

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