Grand National

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Grand National

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(Horse Racing) the Grand National an annual steeplechase run at Aintree, Liverpool, since 1839
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Noun1.Grand National - an annual steeplechase run in Liverpool, England
steeplechase - a horse race over an obstructed course
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I'm riding him with the provision that I then ride him in the Grand National.
Dennis said: "We want to keep our options open with Final Nudge and obviously races as valuable as the Grand National are very few and far between
There was a lot of fulfilment winning the Grand National.
1 Who was the first female jockey to complete the Grand National and in what year?
THE Grand National had reached it's lowest ebb in 1975 under property developer owner Bill Davies, who bought the course two years earlier.
a) One; b) Two; c) Three5 Which of the following jockeys did NOT win the Grand National at their first attempt?
General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), a United States-based automaker, is planning to revive the Grand National, GNX and T-Type nameplates for the Buick brand, Edmunds has reported.
McCain saddled Red Rum to win the Grand National three times, in 1973, 1974 and 1977, before winning the Aintree marathon for a fourth time with Amberleigh House in 2004.
Should the Grand National be scrapped after two more horses were killed in this year's race?
ANIMAL Aid director Andrew Tyler once again called for the Grand National to be banned after the deaths of Dooney's Gate and Ornais.
Bulgaria's Parliament is holding a special sitting commemorating 20 years since the convening of the Grand National Assembly in 1990 which led to the country's current Constitution.
Rose, 35, said: "Every year, I put a pound on the Grand National, even though I don't follow horse racing.