Everything you need to know
The Grand National at Aintree is the most popular and prestigious event in the racing calendar. There are 21 races, with the main four-and-a-half-mile race featuring 40 runners and 30 challenging fences. Over 150,000 racing fans are expected to be in attendance across three days for this spectacular event.
Find answers to the important questions below:
When is the Grand National 2019?
The main Grand National race will be on Saturday 6th April 2019. Running over four days, the Grand National Festival kicks off on Thursday 4th April 2019. The first event is the Grand Opening Day, followed by the celebrated Ladies Day on Friday 5th April 2019.
What time is the Grand National 2018?
The Randox Health Grand National Steeple Chase start time is 5:15pm on Saturday 6th April 2019. As the most famous event of the festival, 40 runners will take their position at the starting gate in front of over 150,000 fans, as 600 million people watch live on television.
Where is the Grand National?
As it has been since 1839, The Grand National Festival will be held at the Aintree Racecourse. Situated in Merseyside, Aintree Racecourse is approximately six miles from Liverpool city centre, in the North West of England.
Can I still buy tickets?
As the Grand National is the biggest racing event in the calendar, tickets sell out fast! You can find information on current ticket and hospitality availability for all days of the 2019 Randox Health Grand National Festival here.
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