Last year’s Aintree winner went off at a big price of 50/1 but finished strongly to finish third behind winner Imperial Commander and second placed Denman in the Gold Cup.
Mon Mome’s jockey Aidan Coleman said: “Roll on Aintree. As you expect from a Grand National winner he got outpaced at one stage, but he stayed on great and he has run a super race.”
However Tricky Trickster had a disappointing run, finishing a distant ninth and was eased to 16/1 from 10s by Paddy Power.
David Williams of Ladbrokes said: “Mon Mome rediscovered his zest and the manner in which he finished the race suggests another massive race at Aintree is on the cards. Tricky Trickster was out and out disappointing.”
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