Saturday 17 February 2024
A Great Day of Sport
Join us on Grand National Trial Day, an action-packed day of racing as potential candidates for Aintree lay their Randox Grand National credentials on the line.
Haydock Park can boast one of the very few recognised Grand National Trials on offer each year and this race offers up a stern test of stamina, something which the hugely progressive Lord Du Mesnil relished when winning for Richard Hobson in 2021.
As you would expect for this time of year, spring clues can be found throughout the card and the Grade Two Rendlesham Hurdle regularly auditions some serious contenders for the following month’s Stayers’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.
Please note that a car parking pass* must be purchased alongside your ticket for this fixture if you would like to park on site. This excludes Owners and Trainers, Annual Badge Holders and Hospitality Customers. *One pass per car.
Subject to change.
|1:30||The Betfred Victor Ludorum Juvenile Hurdle Race||abt 2m|
|2:05||The Betfred Rendlesham Hurdle Race||3m abt ½f|
|2:40||The Betfred Grand National Trial Handicap Steeple Chase||3m abt 4 ½f|
|3:18||The Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle Race||3m abt ½f|
|3:50||The Betfred Play Fred’s 5 Million Handicap Steeple Chase||2m abt 4f|
|4:25||The Albert Bartlett Prestige Novices’ Hurdle Race||3m abt ½f|
|5:00||The Betfred Steve Hope Walrus Open Hunters’ Chase||2m abt 6f|