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Randox Grand National

Alder Hey Auction

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Leading Fashion Designer Richard Quinn reimagines colours of three iconic Grand National Winners as Couture Garments


The Jockey Club has partnered with coveted British designer Richard Quinn to transform the racing silks of previous Grand National Winners, Red Rum, Aldaniti and Minella Times, into high fashion couture. The one-of-a-kind capsule collection has been expertly crafted to celebrate the rich heritage of horseracing, modelled by:

Rachael Blackmore, the first female winner of the Grand National (with Minella Times), wears a silk opera coat, velour bodysuit and duchess satin bodice in the colours of JP McManus’ iconic Jockey Silks.

Laura Wright, soprano, wears a silk, bell sleeved bodysuit and cape in the colours of Red Rum, winner of the 1973, ‘74 and ‘77 Grand National.

Natasha Jonas, pro-boxer and judge of this year’s Style Awards, wears a navy and white cocktail dress in the colours of Aldaniti, winner of the 1981 Grand National

These amazing garments are available for auction with all proceeds going to Alder Hey Children’s Charity in Liverpool.

The auction will run from Friday 14 April until 12noon on Friday 21 April. To set up your account to take part in the auction please click below.


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