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Grand National-style schooling fences available ahead of Becher Chase Day at Aintree

Press Release 26th November 2019 Aintree

Grand National-style schooling fences are once again available at three locations ahead of Becher Chase Day at Aintree on Saturday, 7 December.

The schooling fences have been prepared by Aintree's groundstaff and are available to connections of horses entered in the two races over the Grand National fences on Becher Chase Day - the £150,000 Randox Health Becher Handicap Chase (3m 1f 188yds) and the £75,000 Virgin Bet Grand Sefton Handicap Chase (2m 5f 19yds).

The fences and are up and running for use at three locations - the Jockey Club Estates training grounds in Lambourn, David Pipe's yard on the Devon/Somerset border and at the Curragh in Ireland.



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