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Grand National Racing

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The Grand National is unique. Whatever their background, their colour or gender, this is horse racing without an agenda. Just a love of the sport. And the occasion. The race of dreams and creator of legends. It’s no surprise that this event of great proportions receives more attention around the world than any other horse race.

Since the inaugural running at Aintree Racecourse in 1839, when Lottery had his name etched on the roll of honour, victory in the Grand National has been the pinnacle of ambition for owners, trainers and jockeys.

This is the race the world watches. This is the Randox Grand National.

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The Racing

All the racing information you need to know for the Randox Grand National.

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