Georgia Toffolo wins another racing bet and reveals weird story about top trainer in nightclub at 4am | The Sun

Georgia Toffolo wins another racing bet and reveals weird story about top trainer in nightclub at 4am | The Sun

MADE In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo was celebrating another nice racing win – after backing Corach Rambler in the Grand National.

The reality TV star won £37,5000 at Cheltenham Festival in 2022 before backing that up with a £6,500 payday at Royal Ascot.

And while her payout on the 8-1 favourite wasn't quite so big at the weekend, it still showed she had a good eye for finding a winner.

Former I'm A Celeb winner Toffolo put £10 each way on Lucinda Russell's 8-1 stable star to claim the big race.

And, after a delay brought on by protesters storming the track, Toff saw jockey Derek Fox bolt home on the 8-1 favourite, scooping £116 back all in all.

Not bad – but that couldn't hold a candle to one lucky punter who won more than £76,000 from a five-fold which included the new National hero.

And Toff might fancy backing the horse to repeat his feat next year right now, with bookies offering odds of 16-1 that Corach Rambler goes back-to-back.

The 28-year-old socialite loves her racing and is regularly seen at all the big meetings.

Prior to the National's running on Saturday, she revealed a bizarre story regarding top trainer Gordon Elliott.

Toff wrote on Twitter: "Just thinking about when I saw Gordon Elliott at 4am in Pop World nightclub in Liverpool.

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"A few hours later he went on to saddle the National winner… again.

"Happy Grand National day!"

It's not clear if Toff is referring to a night in 2019, when Tiger Roll won his second National in a row for Elliott.

Or if she means the year before, when the trainer won the race for a second time overall after Silver Birch gave him his first success in 2007.

Either way, Toff was at Aintree to cheer her horse home last Saturday.

She wore a polka dot dress and was described by one of her followers as looking '11 out of 10'.

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