What a year it has been for racing. Another crop of amazing hurdlers and chasers have entered the frame and racing is, for the most part, in flying form. Last year’s Grand National saw history being made once again. Noble Yeats, a 50/1 long shot, romped home with veteran jockey Sam Waley-Cohen on board. The […]
The American Grand National was first held in 1899 at Morris Park Racecourse and is one of the oldest races in steeplechasing. The race is now held annually at Far Hills, New Jersey and is a Grade 1 event run over 2+5⁄8 miles. The race has a prize value of $500,000 and is one of […]
Pinstickers’ Guide for Saturday’s (5:15pm – April 9th) Randox Health Grand National 2022! We’ve produced a runner by runner guide for all the horses entered into the big Aintree race. If you want to check the latest odds (click here), you can also view our tips for the National. A full guide to the race […]
It would seem that gone are the days when all you had to do to place a bet was to head to your local bookies. Even then the number of them around were few and far between and they certainly were not as glossy or as inviting as they are these days. And while it […]
How great is it to see racing back in full swing? It seems like only yesterday we had to watch the biggest festivals in the UK with no crowds. Of course, crowds create atmosphere and while the lack of racegoers didn’t detract from the racing or the excellent tv coverage, it’s good to finally see […]
During the 2018 renewal of the Grand National race, onlookers were stunned by the sight of the Royal Family arriving for a day out at Aintree. First came the Duchess of Sussex and the Queen, with the latter dressed in her iconic yellow dress with matching shoes and a stylish overcoat. A number of other […]
It’s been quite a while since we saw any real horse racing action, though thankfully it has now resumed, albeit behind closed doors. After the highs of seeing Tiger Roll romp home to win the 2019 Grand National, we were all eagerly anticipating a third tilt at the greatest steeplechase in the world in 2020. […]
The 2019 Grand National has attracted a bumper entry of 112 horses – up from 104 in 2018 and includes a record 47 trained in Ireland. The previous highest number of Irish-trained entries was 40 just last year. Irish trainer Gordon Elliott will be attempting to land his third Grand National after Tiger Roll held […]
We have designed a range of Grand National inspired wallpapers for your iPhone. The images look great as a wallpaper or lock screen. We have four designs to choose from, the first is a Red Rum screen which features his iconic colours and the legendary name. The second design features the silks of Many Clouds and […]
With the National Hunt season well and truly underway it is time to have a tentative look at next year’s Grand National and pick out some possible candidates for the Aintree marathon and their ante-post odds. As the biggest fans of Merseyside’s historic steeplechase will tell you “Not all roads lead to Cheltenham, some of […]
Aintree Racecourse and Women in Racing (WiR), supported by Women in Sport, are delighted to welcome the return of the Grand Women’s Summit to the venue on Friday 8th April 2016, which is Ladies’ Day. The first event of its kind held in 2015 was hailed a huge success with more than 115 delegates attending […]
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