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RANDOX GRAND NATIONAL

The Randox Grand National is one of the most famous horseracing events in the world. Watched by millions of people across the globe, the anticipation and excitement are unmissable.

 

The three-day festival features Liverpool's Day on Thursday, the famous Aintree Ladies’ Day, also known as #FabulousFriday, and the world-famous event on the Saturday, when the race by the same name takes place. 

 

Every year is as unpredictable as the last, when 40 horses and jockeys battle it out over 30 fences, across a 4 mile and two and half furlong course to take their place amongst history’s greatest.

 

If you’re looking for the highlights, results and runners of past Grand National races, you’ll find them below, along with interesting facts from the race’s history.

Past Winners

About the Grand National Festival

GRAND NATIONAL EVENT HISTORY

The history of the Grand National can be traced back to the early 1800s, when the first official races were organised at Aintree.

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Grand National Facts & Figures

Find out everything you need to know including famous gambles, weights and winning distances. 

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Previous Grand National Winners

Discover all of the Grand National winners since 1950 including their age, weight, trainer, jockey and starting prices.

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