The 2014 Grand National Festival – Bet now with William Hill
The 2014 Crabbie's Aintree Grand National on the Saturday of the Liverpool meeting is without doubt the most well known horse race in the world.
The stands are sure to be buzzing with excitement and anticipation as the three day Aintree Festival prepares to welcome home a new National hero.
The Grand National fences, Foinavon, Bechers Brook and the Canal Turn to name but three, have created drama that simply can not be matched by any other race.
The three days of the Aintree Festival are some of the best jumps action of the season with 10 Grade 1 races, all building up to the biggest race of the year. With a £1 million prize fund, the Grand National is the richest jumps race in Britain and it is every trainer, owner and jockey's dream to win over the famous fences at Aintree.
Thursday 3rd April 2014 is Grand Opening Day of the Grand National Festival at Aintree. The racing starts with three Grade 1 races, including a Juvenile Hurdle, the Bowl Chase and Aintree Hurdle. The first race of the meeting to be run over the National Fences is the Foxhunter Chase. With Grade 3 handicaps (one over fences, one hurdles) and the Grade 1 Manifesto Novices' Chase to finish Day 1 at Aintree, Grand Opening Day is one of the main highlights of the whole jumps season.
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