The Grand National Festival is unique – the race of dreams and creator of legends. Therefore, it is no surprise that the Grand National 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.
It is the most famous chase in the world and one of the biggest tests for racehorse and rider who have to complete two circuits of the iconic Grand National course – with 30 fences to be jumped as four miles, three furlongs and about 110 yards are covered. Famous landmarks around the course are an integral part of the Grand National experience; with the fences such as Becher’s Brook, the Canal Turn, Valentine’s and the Chair so well known.
No other event on earth will provide the passion and excitement of the Randox Health Grand National Festival 2019. With so much happening both on and off the track, The Randox Health Grand National Festival 2019 promises passion, thrills and drama like nowhere else.
Starting with Grand National Thursday, this day will celebrate North West sporting champions past and present, with a backdrop of incredible quality racing, followed by sensational live music and entertainment.
Day two of the festival is #FabulousFriday, when all things style and fashion are in the spotlight. For the fourth year running, Aintree Racecourse will be awarding a big car prize to the winner of the Style Award.
And then there’s Grand National Day, the most iconic of all handicapped horseracing events in the world.
G&T Executive provide an executive chauffeur taxi service to The Grand National Festival, Aintree Racecourse.