The Randox Grand National Festival
LADIES DAY AT AINTREE RACECOURSE
Known as ‘Ladies Day’, the second day of the Randox Grand National Festival is one of the most popular racedays in the calendar, renowned not only for the action on the racecourse but also the fashion and entertainment off the track.
This year we saw Melissa Worrall win the virtual style awards which will be back for 2022.
On the track Trainer Willie Mullins watched his son Patrick win his first race over the iconic Randox Grand National fences on TV back home in Ireland. Patrick, partnered Livelovelaugh to victory in the Grade Three Randox Topham Handicap Chase.
Please ensure you book all seats you require at the same time to avoid being sat separately.
The best seats are available and we can’t guarantee you will be able to book the same seats you may usually book.
Please note if you are booking Children’s tickets, we are experiencing a small bug on our basket page where they are not showing up as being selected. If you have selected children’s tickets, please continue your purchasing journey and you will see they are included within your total tickets on the ‘Shopping Basket page’.
Correct as of 2021
|1:45pm||The Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3)||2m 4f|
|2.20pm||The Betway Top Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 1)||2m ½f||ITV|
|2.50pm||The Betway Mildmay Novices’ Steeple Chase (Grade 1)||3m 1f||ITV|
|3.25pm||The Marsh Steeple Chase (Registered as the Melling) (Grade 1)||2m 4f||ITV|
|4.05pm||The Randox Health Topham Steeple Chase (Grade 3)||2m 5f||ITV|
|4.40pm||The Doom Bar Sefton Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 1)||3m ½f||ITV|
|5.15pm||The Pinsent Masons Handicap Hurdle (cond’ and amat’) (Class 2)||2m 1f|
|* Race times subject to change|