Gilgamboa has a lot to prove in the upcoming Grand National meeting. He has raced lightly in 9 races and has proven to be a competitive chaser. He won the Grade 1 Fairyhouse contest last year, even though he finished fifth place during the Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown, and 5th place again during the Cheltenham Festival.
Gilgamboa has never won races stretching over 2 miles. However, his young age, at only 8 years old, is advantageous to him as it shows that he has a lot of space to improve his ranking, which is currently at 156. This gelding has the potential of pulling in wins in races at the Grand National meeting and if you are looking to handicap horses, then Gilgamboa is a worthy chaser to wager your money on.