Friday, 8 April 2016

Grand National 2016 Live Broadcasting Schedule Worldwide and How to Watch Online Free

Class was the clear winner in the Aintree fashion stakes at Ladies Day. Organisers had urged punters to ditch their fake tan and mini skirts for designer dresses and catwalk elegance. Check this guide on Grand National 2016 Live Broadcasting Schedule Worldwide and How to Watch Online Free.

And a £43,000 Style Award prize was on offer to the best dressed race-goer in the almost 50,000 strong crowd. From early morning ladies were lining up for a chance to win a £35,000 Range Rover plus £8,000 in shopping vouchers. Grand National 2016

Grand National 2016 Live Broadcasting Schedule Worldwide and How to Watch Online Free


But others were happy to simply strut their stuff around the parade ring and soak up the unique Liverpool atmosphere.

Zoe Brindley, 25, Jessica Noble, 27, Natalie Fisher, 28, and Lauren Clifford, 24, had travelled from Nottingham.

What date is the Grand National 2016?


It is almost time for the biggest race on Britain's sporting calendar. Forty horses will go for glory in the Crabbie's Grand National on Saturday, April 9.

What time does it start?

Later than usual this year. The race has been moved back an hour from its usual time in an effort to allow more punters to watch it live - specifically, the thousands of sports fans who are otherwise detained between 3pm and 5pm at football games. The start time is 5.15pm.



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The race will be shown live on Channel 4, with coverage fronted by Clare Balding, with radio coverage on BBC Five Live. In 2015, 8.9m viewers watched the race on the channel. There will also be live coverage throughout the day at telegraph.co.uk/sport.

Clare Balding will front Channel 4's coverage CREDIT: REX

Which horses are eligible?

The Grand National is open to seven-year-olds and upwards which have been placed first, second, third or fourth in a chase of three miles or more and which have a a rating of 120 or more according to the British Horseracing Authority.

What history could be made?

Many Clouds is bidding for immortality in the Grand National.

The nine-year-old will carry top weight in the Aintree spectacular as he bids to become the first dual winner since the one and only Red Rum in the 1970s.

Trainer Oliver Sherwood could not be happier with his stable star's preparation, which was rounded off with a spring-heeled victory at Kelso last month, but admits it would be beyond his wildest dreams if Many Clouds makes history.

"I'm feeling very relaxed, chilled and happy with my horse," he said. "All we can hope for now is some luck in running and what will be will be.

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"As I've said before, Kelso was the first time I think he's been 100 per cent fit, so it's been pretty much automatic gear for him since then. We've just kept him mentally straight.

"He's had a couple of pieces of work to keep him ticking over. I personally think he is coming right at the right time. He looks and feels the exact same horse as 12 months ago. I don't feel he has improved and he certainly hasn't decreased in any way. The talking is very nearly done and at the moment, we're still living the dream."



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Leighton Aspell is also bidding for National history by becoming the first jockey to win three consecutive renewals, having also landed the 2014 running aboard Pineau De Re.

Sherwood said: "It would be a marvellous achievement for Leighton as it's never been done. His confidence is sky high at the minute and he is very confident in the horse, too, which always helps - especially in a National."

Which horses are running?

MANY CLOUDS: 11-10fav (11-8) Jumped well, led 3rd, clear before last, easily, won at Kelso 2m 7f lst chs (1) sft in Mar beating Unioniste (11-4) by 10l, 7 ran.

SILVINIACO CONTI: 2-1fav (11-7) Tracked leader, led before 2 out, drew clear approaching last, impressive, won at Ascot 2m 5f chs G1 (1) sft in Feb beating Dynaste (11-7) by 20l, 8 ran.

FIRST LIEUTENANT: 10-1 (11-10) Held up, moderate 7th at 7th, progress from before 10th, 6th into straight, soon no extra and eased, pulled up before last, in a race won by Carlingford Lough (11-10) at Leopardstown 3m chs G1 (1) hvy in Feb, 10 ran.

WONDERFUL CHARM: 15-2 (11-12) Held up on outside, headway approaching 10th, chased clear leader (winner) 4 out, no impression, stayed on same pace, 2nd of 8, 17l behind Aachen (9-9) at Cheltenham 3m 2f Grade 3 hcp chs (4yo+) (1) sft in Dec.

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BALLYNAGOUR: 20-1 (11-7) Held up behind, hampered 8th, headway when hampered again 4 out, driven to chase leaders after next, kept on same pace, never on terms, 7th of 22, 14l behind Empire Of Dirt (10-11) at Cheltenham 2m 5f hcp chs G3 (1) gd in Mar.

O'FAOLAINS BOY: 40-1 (11-10) Led to 3rd, with leader, led again 1th, headed 4 out, outpaced by front trio when left 3rd next, soon ridden, lost place 2 out, soon weakened, 7th of 9, well behind Don Cossack (11-10) at Cheltenham 3m 2f chs G1 (1) gd in Mar.

GILGAMBOA: 28-1 (11-10) Mid-division, headway approaching 8th, outpaced before 3 out, 5th 2 out, no impression, stayed on same pace, 5th of 15, 10l behind Vautour (11-10) at Cheltenham 2m 5f chs G1 (1) gd in Mar.

ON HIS OWN: 50-1 (11-10) Chased leaders to 7th, mid-division, struggling 13th, soon behind, no danger after, 8th of 9, well behind Don Cossack (11-10) at Cheltenham 3m 2f chs G1 (1) gd in Mar.

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THE DRUIDS NEPHEW: 7-1 (11-12) Held up towards rear, mistake 11th, headway before 12th, went 4th before 4 out, chased winner before 2 out, kept on and no impression, 2nd of 6, 10l behind The Last Samuri (11-6) at Doncaster 3m 2f hcp chs (2) sft in Mar.

TRIOLO D'ALENE: 5-1 (11-7) Held up, struggling from 5 out, never on terms, 5th of 8, well behind Silviniaco Conti (11-7) at Ascot 2m 5f chs G1 (1) sft in Feb.

ROCKY CREEK: 16-1 (11-11) Held up in touch, headway approaching 12th, tracked leaders 5 out, weakened before 3 out, 10th of 15, 22l behind Theatre Guide (10-6) at Kempton 3m hcp chs G3 (1) gs in Feb.

SIR DES CHAMPS: 14-1 (11-10) Held up, moderate 8th at 7th, reminders 8th, under pressure from 3 out, no impression straight, mistake last, no extra, 7th of 10, 32l behind Carlingford Lough (11-10) at Leopardstown 3m chs G1 (1) hvy in Feb.

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HOLYWELL: 8-1 (11-12) Always prominent, led narrowly 3 out, ridden and headed approaching last, no impression with winner flat, 2nd of 23, 7l behind Un Temps Pour Tout (11-7) at Cheltenham 3m 1f hcp chs G3 (1) gs in Mar.

SHUTTHEFRONTDOOR: 12-1 (11-12) Soon behind, pushed along after 6th, detatched next, pulled up before 5 out, in a race won by Sametegal (11-3) at Newbury 2m 4f hcp chs G3 (1) sft in Mar, 13 ran.

SOLL: 6-4 (11-2) With leader early, tracked leader until before 3rd, reminders 6 out, weakened in 3rd after 2 out, 3rd of 4, well behind Unioniste (11-2) at Kelso 3m 2f chs (2) hvy in Feb.

BUYWISE: 8-1 (11-4) Held up towards rear, headway before 7 out, ridden to go 3rd before last, kept on run-in, 3rd of 15, 4l behind Ziga Boy (10-0) at Doncaster 3m lstd hcp chs (1) gd in Jan.

BOSTON BOB: 4-1 (11-3) Held up, 5th halfway, slight mistake 11th, closer in 4th after 4 out, left challenging 2 out, soon ridden in 2nd, stayed on to lead before last, joined last and disputed run-in, kept on well, just prevailed at line, won at Fairyhouse 3m 1f chs Grd 2 (1) hvy in Feb beating On His Own (11-6) by hd, 7 ran.

AACHEN: 14-1 (11-7) Mid-division, mistakes 1st and 4th, weakened 4 out, 9th of 12, well behind Shotavodka (10-3) at Newbury 3m 2f hcap ch (2) gs in Mar.

MORNING ASSEMBLY: 10-1 (11-9) Prominent, chased front pair after 3 out, kept on same pace from next, no impression after, lost 3rd closing stages, 4th of 23, 17l behind Un Temps Pour Tout (11-7) at Cheltenham 3m 1f hcp chs G3 (1) gs in Mar.


DOUBLE ROSS: 33-1 (11-9) Made most, ridden and headed 3 out, soon weakened, 9th of 23, 48l behind Un Temps Pour Tout (11-7) at Cheltenham 3m 1f hcp chs G3 (1) gs in Mar.

GOONYELLA: 14-1 (11-9) Led and disputed early, dropped to 4th halfway, mid-division before 9th, pushed along 4 out, 6th entering straight, under pressure 2 out, stayed on into 3rd last, kept on into 2nd run-in, no impression on winner closing stages, 2nd of 12, 6l behind Venitien De Mai (9-12) at Naas 3m hcap ch hvy in Mar.

UCELLO CONTI: 11-1 (10-9) Mid-division, kept wide throughout, progress before 7th and 5th halfway, close up and mistake 3 out, pecked next and no impression in 3rd before last, kept on one pace, 3rd of 18, 7l behind My Murphy (10-5) at Gowran Park 3m 1f hcp chs hvy in Jan.

UNIONISTE: 5-1 (11-4) Led 2nd until 3rd, tracked leaders, outpaced 12th, rallied before last, went 2nd towards finish, no impression on winner, 2nd of 7, 10l behind Many Clouds (11-8) at Kelso 2m 7f lst chs (1) sft in Mar.

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LE REVE: 9-1 (11-2) Led 1st, soon headed and chased leaders, progress to lead 4 out, headed before 2 out, kept on same pace, 5th of 15, 13l behind Theatre Guide (10-6) at Kempton 3m hcp chs G3 (1) gs in Feb.

GALLANT OSCAR: 10-1 (11-10) Held up towards rear, closer in 7th entering straight, ridden in close 5th 2 out, under pressure in 4th last, no extra run-in and kept on one pace, 5th of 12, 15l behind Venitien De Mai (9-12) at Naas 3m hcap ch hvy in Mar.

ONENIGHTINVIENNA: 9-4 (11-4) Tracked leader, led 3rd, headed after 3 out, weakened next, 5th of 6, 18l behind Vyta Du Roc (11-0) at Ascot 3m nov chs G2 (1) sft in Feb.

THE LAST SAMURI: 2-1fav (11-6) Tracked leaders in 3rd, went 2nd before 4 out, led 3 out, clear before last, won at Doncaster 3m 2f hcp chs (2) sft in Mar beating The Druids Nephew (11-12) by 10l, 6 ran.

KRUZHLININ: 9-1 (11-7) Tracked leaders, mistake 4 out, outpaced when hit next, well held after, 5th of 23, 23l behind Un Temps Pour Tout (11-7) at Cheltenham 3m 1f hcp chs G3 (1) gs in Mar.

RULE THE WORLD: 2-1 (11-2) Held up behind leaders, closer in 3rd 4 out, left 2nd and hampered 3 out, soon 4th, ridden to challenge 2 out, no extra in 3rd before last, 4th and kept on one pace run-in, 4th of 7, 21l behind Sub Lieutenant (11-2) at Naas 2m 4f nov chs Grd 3 (1) hvy in Mar.

JUST A PAR: 17-2 (11-11) Held up, headway approaching 11th, chased leaders 14th, ridden and went 2nd approaching 4 out, no impression on winner before 2 out, 2nd of 8, 4 1/2l behind Three Faces West (10-7) at Exeter 3m hcp chs 0-150 (2) gd in Mar.

KATENKO: 40-1 (11-6) Always towards rear, weakened before 4 out, 13th of 23, well behind Un Temps Pour Tout (11-7) at Cheltenham 3m 1f hcp chs G3 (1) gs in Mar.

VICS CANVAS: 25-1 (11-3) Held up, mainly rear, ridden 3 out, no impression when slightly hampered 2 out, no extra before last, 6th of 7, 26l behind Boston Bob (11-3) at Fairyhouse 3m 1f chs Grd 2 (1) hvy in Feb.

BLACK THUNDER: 5-1 (11-9) Chased leaders, mistake and lost place 16th, outpaced after 4 out, 5th and beaten next, weakened, 6th of 8, 43l behind Le Reve (11-4) at Sandown 3m hcp chs (2) gs in Feb.

BALLYCASEY: 10-1 (11-2) Held up behind, headway when hampered 4 out, chased leaders after next, ridden and kept on same from 2 out, no impression, 5th of 22, 11l behind Empire Of Dirt (10-11) at Cheltenham 2m 5f hcp chs G3 (1) gd in Mar. 

Grand National 2016: Pundits and tipsters' predictions

Grand National 2016 Predictions


Two horses died at the first day of the Grand National meeting on Thursday. Clonbanan Lad and Marasonnien, both 10 years old, sustained fatal injuries in the Fox Hunters Chase, which was just over two and a half miles long. Watch Grand National 2016 Live and also check Grand National 2016 Betting odds.

There have not been any deaths at Fox Hunters Chase during the Grand National 2016 meeting since 2013, but these most recent fatalities have renewed calls for the event to be banned.

Ahead of Saturday's Grand National, we have collected together the predictions of some expert form-readers so that you don't have to:

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Cornelius Lysaght, BBC racing correspondent

1. The Last Samuri 2. Many Clouds 3. O'Faolains Boy 4. Saint Are

Very well handicapped, The Last Samuri was very impressive when winning at Doncaster last time. Has enjoyed a perfect preparation.

Darren Owen, BBC 5 live

1. The Last Samuri 2. Many Clouds 3. O'Faolains Boy 4. Morning Assembly

Everything has gone right for The Last Samuri this season - he looks a really progressive stayer with a nice weight.

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Grand National 2016: Pundits and tipsters' predictions




1. Shutthefrontdoor 2. Saint Are 3. Gallant Oscar 4. The Druids Nephew

Raced too keenly last year when he hadn't raced since the previous November, Shutthefrontdoor is a year older, had a run, and boasts a top jockey/trainer/owner combination.

Frank Keogh, BBC Sport racing reporter

1. Many Clouds 2. Holywell 3. Saint Are 4. Morning Assembly

It is a big ask to follow Red Rum by winning back-to-back Grand Nationals, but Many Clouds fits the bill. Holywell is quirky but talented.

Gary O'Brien, At The Races & BBC 5 Live

1. Goonyella 2. Gallant Oscar 3. Many Clouds 4. Ucello Conti

Goonyella has always looked an ideal National horse. While he was a shade disappointing in the Becher Chase, he could be an entirely different proposition over the longer trip with the ground turning in his favour.

Latest odds
7-1 Many Clouds; 10-1 The Last Samuri; 12-1 Silviniaco Conti; 14-1 Holywell, The Druids Nephew; 16-1 Saint Are; 20-1 Shutthefrontdoor, Gallant Oscar, Gooonyella; 25-1 Kruzhlinin, Morning Assembly, Ucello Conti, O'Faolains Boy; 33-1 Bar (Approximate prices as of 14:00 BST, Friday 8 April)
Gina Andrews, Channel 4 Racing presenter

1. Silviniaco Conti 2. Holywell 3. O'Faolains Boy 4. Ucello Conti

A class horse, who is well in at the weights and looked back to his best last time. Same sire as 2012 winner Neptune Collonges.

John Hunt, BBC 5 live commentator

1. The Druids Nephew 2. Gilgamboa 3. Triolo D'Alene 4. The Last Samurai

The Druids Nephew was going like a winner when slipping late last year. His recent run at Doncaster was the perfect preparation.

Luke Harvey, BBC 5 live

1. The Last Samuri 2. Many Clouds 3. The Druids Nephew 4. Triolo D'Alene

I was very impressed with The Last Samuri's win last time at Doncaster. The ground should be ideal for him and stable confidence couldn't be higher.

Niall Cronin, Evening Herald, Ireland

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1. Many Clouds 2. Morning Assembly 3. Gilgamboa 4. The Last Samuri

Winning two Grand Nationals isn't the done thing, but Many Clouds is cut from a different cloth. Given a chance by the handicapper, he proved last year he can carry the weight and loved the place.

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Richard Hoiles, Channel 4 & Racing UK

1. Goonyella 2. Morning Assembly 3. Holywell 4. Gallant Oscar

With rain forecast, Goonyella will be one of the few that would handle testing conditions well.

Sally Ann Grassick, RTE racing presenter

1. Many Clouds 2. Holywell 3. Goonyella 4. Shutthefrontdoor

Many Clouds was the classiest National winner I have seen in long time, and keeps showing how good he is.

Will Hayler, Sporting Life

1. Morning Assembly 2. Many Clouds 3. Onenightinvienna 4. The Druids Nephew

Trained for the race all season, Morning Assembly has the right balance of sound jumping, stamina and a touch of class.

Grand National 2016: Injured Ruby Walsh gives up Sir Des Champs ride

Ruby Walsh was ruled out of the Grand National with a fractured wrist after two falls at Aintree on Friday. The two-time winner was set to ride the Willie Mullins-trained Sir Des Champs in Saturday's race (17:15 BST). You can watch Grand National 2016 Live Stream and also check Grand National 2016 Runners.

Walsh, 36, gave up his final two rides on Friday after first falling on the 1-5 favourite Vautour in the Melling Chase and then on Blood Cotil in the Topham Chase. Nina Carberry will deputise for Walsh aboard Sir Des Champs.


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Carberry joins Walsh's sister Katie, rider of Ballycasey, in the line-up for the 169th staging of the race, which has never been won by a female jockey. Grand National 2016

Mullins earlier played down the severity of Walsh's injuries after he did not take up his mounts on Bellshill in Sefton Novices' Hurdle or Battleford in the final race of the day.

"As far as I know he stood himself down and has decided to take rest of the day off. He'll be fine for tomorrow," Mullins said.

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Sir Des Champs, the 2013 Cheltenham Gold Cup runner-up, was a 40-1 chance before the field was finalised on Thursday, but his odds halved after Walsh was confirmed as jockey. Sir Des Champs will be the sixth ride in the Grand National for Carberry, who is the sister-in-law of Ruby Walsh.

She made her National debut on Forest Gunner in 2006, finishing ninth. Her best finish was seventh aboard Character Building six years ago.

Carberry was only cleared to ride in this year's National after the British Horseracing Authority overturned a ban in March because of "ambiguous wording" of a rule.

Her late call-up means two women will ride in Saturday's race as Ruby's sister Katie Walsh is on Ballycasey, also trained by Mullins. Katie Walsh achieved the best Grand National finishing position by a female jockey when third aboard Seabass in 2012.

On Friday night, Sir Des Champs was rated about a 20-1 chance by bookmakers, while Ballycasey was 66-1.

Sunday, 28 February 2016

Grand National 2016 the ‘highest quality’ field handicapper has rated

Grand national 2016 is just a few days ago and countdown started for grand national 2016.  You can watch Grand National Live Stream here. The 12-1 favourite is a pound heavier than he was in his 2015 triumph as he bids to become the first back-to-back winner since Red Rum in 1973 and 1974.

Apart from Many Clouds, there's an alternative horse trying to win a second Grand National. Pineau De Re is handed 10th 2lbs, compared to 10 when winning in 2014, st 6lbs. Also check Grand national 2016 betting tips.



The countdown is for fashionable racegoers it's time to begin some serious shopping as well as on to the Grand National Festival of this year's Crabbie. Her Geordie Shore star boyfriend Greg Lake and Hollyoaks actress Jennifer Metcalfe are among the thousands in 2013 planning a visit to Aintree.

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Grand National 2016: They will be joining punters having a flutter at the three-day festival, from April 7-9, but that there's the all-important job of selecting what to wear. The couple tried a couple of looks in our exclusive Liverpool ONE photoshoot out, their race day favourites choosing.

“I debated for a while about who would be top-weight because I am a big Don Poli fan. I think based on the result at Aintree last year it was only reasonable that Many Clouds is top-weight. Don Poli is a horse that I am very sweet on and I don’t think we have got anywhere near the bottom of him yet. He is a fascinating horse in the race in my opinion. “There are one or two horses that have got really good form over the last three or four months. Grand National 2016 Odds.

Kruzhlinin is one and the horse he beat, La Reve, who has won subsequently which is something you like to see – it looks strong form. About a year ago I was talking to the sponsors about a horse called the Last Samurai and he has done nothing but improve. “Five of the last seven winners have carried 11 stone or more but there are two or three really nice progressive horses further down the handicap this year who look interesting.

Sunday, 13 December 2015

Grand National 2016 Corporate Tickets & Hospitality Packages

Grand National 2016 is a popular National Hunt horse race held annually at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, England. You can watch grand national 2016 live here. Over 150,000 race-goers descend on Aintree for the Grand National, while an estimated 600million people tune in on to watch it live on television each year.

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Using a string of first class races through the three days of the assembly, Grand National hospitality guests will probably be placed to soak up the electric atmosphere at Aintree racecourse.


Grand National 2016 Hospitality Review


The long anticipated 172nd Grand National meeting got underway with racing enthusiasts enjoying the launch day as the racing community geared itself up for the most well-known race on the planet, one that has grown in quality along with stature recently.

The bunches amassed early coming from around the united states and really the world to value the scene that was racing the Grand National offers.

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The enchanting Aintree hospitality hostesses welcomed Grand National hospitality guests in the exclusive Corbiere Suite in the famous Lord Sefton Stand in Aintree.

The feature race on Liverpool day in the Grand National assembly was with Big Buck's facing a rematch, the Liverpool Hurdle, which will visit a repeat of the World Hurdle at Cheltenham. The starting race proved well worth the delay for the expectant crowds in the racecourse, having a thrilling meeting seeing a triumph over his rival Grands Crus in the finishing straight to Ruby Walsh's Big Buck's advantage. Grand National 2016 Betting

The Grand National VIP packages that are luxurious give an ideal environment for entertaining guests. From the delightfully adorned inside of the hospitality facilities as well as the standard of the cuisine and wines, through to the unrivalled views of the last furlong accessible in the adjoining balcony, cordial reception in the Grand National 2016 is place to be among the very popular corporate occasions of the entire year. Guests can sip on champagne whilst appreciating the company of business associates and customers, associates, against the backdrop of the wonderful entertainment available through the Grand National that is well-known. Also check Grand National 2016 runners

Hospitality Finder is pleased to provide a range of official corporate hospitality. Impress your eminent guests with peerless cordial reception in the Grand National and add the wow factor to your own corporate entertainment this season, whilst love among the largest sporting occasions On the Planet.

Its estimated a quarter of the united kingdom adult population will bet in 2016 about the Crabbie's sponsored Grand National. Most individuals are going to have little each-way wager on a horse they see for no other reason they just like the name. Naturally there is nothing wrong with deciding on a horse for this reason, as pre-race favourites possess a terrible record in the race.

The Grand National is renowned because of its unpredictable nature and so, before century five 100/1 shots have prevailed over the well-known . that are fences Data and tendencies have emerged in the last 20 years that may assist you to identify those runners that have the possibility to run a huge race. Whether select your horse according to its name or you select to check out the fads and stats, jockey or silk colour are able to let you know all you should understand relating to this year's hopefuls.

Racecourse to cheer powerful bunch will be at Aintree along with those watching at home a 70,000 on the final furlong.

Grand National 2016 History and Schedule | National Hunt horse race

Grand National Day 2016 is a national Hunt horse race held annually at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, England. This year Grand National 2016 is scheduled on 9th April 2016. You can check Grand National 2016 runners and tips.

History continues to be written in regards to the infamous runners and riders that have prevailed in the Grand National, each of them presenting that thrilling mix of equine fortitude and human endeavour.


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In the infamous triple-winning success to our present day successors, of Red Rum, there's definitely a story. Jockeys and 40 horses will line around race over the famous fences including The Chair and Becher's Brook, Canal Turn, Valentine's.

  • Grand National 2016 - 9th April 2016

You can be to see the hero come through in the finish also to see the play unfold in person. Grand National 2016 live

Totally unscripted. Absolutely captivating.

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Things to bring?
Wagers to be made by cash. Most bookmakers wil need the absolute minimum stake of GBP5 but the Tote will take wagers from GBP2 which it is possible to pay via debit or credit card.

Your racecard. An essential accessory on race day as it is going to let you know all you should understand.

A camera to record out. But be sure to disable the flash so the horses do not upset.

A set of binoculars do not miss all the activity.Grand Opening Time may be the curtain-raiser for that best display on the planet. This can be a morning that provides a banquet of first class sporting including incredible live audio in addition to four Quality One challenges and amusement for you really to appreciate.

Just spectacular, Grand Opening Evening may set the phase for three times of amusement and amazing motion in the Grand National Event of The Crabbie.

Building about this year’s opener's impetus, 2016 will certainly be considered a magnificent show of sporting effort, whilst the world’s cyclists and greatest athletes reconvene for just one of the fascinating and very difficult activities within the sporting schedule.

Grand Opening Evening guarantees to become the best curtain-raiser Towards The Crabbie’s Grand National 2016.