The Grand National Horse Racing

Grand National is the world famous horse racing, taking place annually at Aintree Racecourse Racecourse, near Liverpool, England. This is a handicap fish on an 856 yard 4 mile stretch. Horses have to jump over about 30 fence in 2 rounds around the National Course of Aintree racecourse. The race takes place annually on a Saturday afternoon in early April.

The hurdle race is at the heart of a three-day tournament, and is one of four in the Aintree during the horse racing season. It is the UK’s highest award winning horse racing festival in the National Hunt series of events. This year the total prize value is £ 950,000. The award is also popular among those who don’t normally watch or bet on horse racing.

The racecourse is triangular and has 16 fences, horses must jump over each fence twice, except The Chair and Water Jump. Many famous fences are difficult to get through, especially Becher’s Brook and The Chair.

In recent years, officials at Aintree have worked with animal protection organizations to improve medical facilities and reduce the danger of jumping hedges. That’s while keeping horses healthy. can overcome these thorny obstacles.

This award was broadcast live in the UK. Up to now, there are about 500-600 million people watching Grand National around the world.

“The Grand National is a big event,” said Helen. “There are 40 real fighting horses participating, including those from overseas who are also competing for the competition. This is a traditional, prestigious race. My mother is more than 80 years old this year, coming to Grand National is no matter what she would go for a few pounds for fun even though she almost never bet anything.”

There are groups of girls crawling out onto the grass looking for a tanned skin. There were noble old men and women sipping small glasses of wine and nodding with the sprint to the finish of the very named horses. There are groups of young hippies jumping in joy when a few pounds of their hippocampus bring in a few dozen pounds.