|Saturday 10th April 2021|
🗣 "I don't feel male or female right now - I don't even feel human. This is just unbelievable."@rachaelblackmor - whatever you are - we salute you! 👇— Racing TV (@RacingTV) April 10, 2021
Rachael Blackmore became the first woman to ride the winner of the Randox Grand National when steering Minella Times to glory at Aintree.
Biggest Stories of the Grand National 30/04/21
The Grand National is one of the most essential jump races. It is undoubtedly the most valuable race in Europe that was able to fund the highest prize.
Is this the Most Anticipated Grand National in Years? 09/04/21
The Grand National is back - albeit the atmosphere is somewhat different because the UK Government has put a block on fans attending due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Which Horses Are Considered Underdogs at This Year’s Grand National? 05/04/21
It has been well-established by now that society loves to back an underdog, this has certainly been the case in horse racing where the Grand National acts as a great exhibition of where underdogs can triumph over the favourites.
Cloth Cap the Next Grand National Winner? 18/03/21
His odds have continued to shorten for the Aintree showpiece, which he appears to have a Golden opportunity, as he is now 14lb well-in for the race, following his stunning recent victory.
2020 Grand National Cancelled
The 2020 Randox Health Grand National Festival did not take place because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Where Would Tiger Roll Rank among the Greats with a Third National Win? 15/02/20
In April 2020, reigning champion Tiger Roll has the chance to make history by winning three consecutive Grand Nationals.
The Grand National all Around the World 24/10/19
The Grand National is an institution. First run in 1839, it’s a key date in the calendar for any horseracing fan, or those that don’t share an interest but fancy a punt.
2020 Grand National Bid is Tiger Roll's Main Target 06/09/19
Tiger Roll will run only twice this season before bidding to become the first horse in history to win the £1-million Randox Health Grand National for a third consecutive year, his trainer Gordon Elliott has revealed.
Has the Grand National Become Easier to Win? 29/04/19
The fences are the one thing that sets the Grand National apart from regular horse races, but it is also what has changed the most.
Will Tiger Roll win the Grand National in 2020? 08/04/19
Tiger Roll emulated Red Rum by recording back-to-back Grand National wins at Aintree on Saturday. Could he now eclipse the legendary horse with a hat-trick of wins in the race?
Tiger Roars to Second Grand National Success 06/04/19
Tiger Roll raced into the history books as he became the first horse since Red Rum to win back-to-back renewals of the Randox Health Grand National at Aintree.
Anibale Fly Runs a Perfect Aintree Prep in Gold Cup 29/03/19
If you are looking for value from those that ran at Cheltenham at a slightly bigger price then there is no need to look anywhere else other than the big race of the meeting, the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
What the Gigginstown Team for the 2019 Grand National Could Look Like 11/03/19
As winning owners of two of the last three renewals of the Grand National at Aintree, anything sporting the Gigginstown House Stud silks commands respect on Merseyside.
Grand National 2019 – Two Horses Worth Following 20/02/19
Many people are looking to discover the best tips for Grand National 2019, and there appears to be a number of horses who could be very interesting. Here we cover two horses worth keeping onside at this early stage.
Tiger Roll 25/1 to Win 2019 Grand National after 2018 Success 05/02/19
The Gordon Elliott-trained horse among the 112 entries for the 2019 Grand National, with the runner priced at 25/1 for victory.
Definitly Red Will Have to Rise to the Grand National Occasion 25/01/19
Definitly Red failed on his last outing in the Grand National, but his return to form this term could see him challenge for the crown at Aintree in April.
Grand National Guide
It was clear from the first running of the race 1839 that the ‘National’ was destined to become more than just another steeplechase, the spectators who witnessed jockey Captain Becher fall at the fence which now bears his name could never have imagined that over 175 years later the nation would still be gripped by the spectacle.
National Winners 1839 -
On Tuesday February 26, 1839, Lottery became the first winner of The Grand National. In those days the field had to jump a stone wall (now the water jump), cross a stretch of plough land and finish over two hurdles.