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The Aintree Grand National’s Most Famous Fences

We are getting closer to the final 40 for the 2017 Aintree Grand National, which is now less than a month away. Some of the world’s best jockeys and horses will take to the course and attempt to navigate one of the most difficult races in…

Becher Chase Sells Out At Aintree

It looks like it's going to be another bumper year for those at Aintree Racecourse following the announcement that the Becher Chase, on December 6th has now been sold out, reaching it's maximum, non Grand National, capacity of 42,000 attendees. Following…

Jockey Moloney Assesses Grand National Race

The first fence is often the most difficult in the Grand National as jockeys head for it at lightening speed in bid to get out early and avoid any potential fallers and in trying to counter that strategy, the starting line has been moved forward…
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Galway Company To Supply Grand National Fences

With the recommendations from last years National firmly put in place for the 2013 renewal on April 6th, the contract to create the new internal structures for the 2013 Grand National fences has gone to a Galway based company in Ireland. The…
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2013 Grand National Fences Even Safer

They have come under serious scrutiny over the last couple of years and been the subject of much debate but it has now been decided the the 2013 Grand National Fences are to undergo some significant changes which, it is hoped, will lead to a…