The Grand National 2021

Three days of top quality racing; 500 million viewers over 140 countries; 30 unique fences; One Grand National Champion. The 2021 Randox Grand National meeting is a racing event for seasoned fans and first time punters alike, bringing everyone together over this amazing sport. With nearly 200 years of history and featuring the famous fences, such as Becher’s Brook, The Chair, Foinavon, The Canal Turn and Valentine’s Brook, The Grand National races are some of the most challenging tests for runners and riders.

Get Grand National ready with the Wed 7th April Preview Night.

Don’t forget to check out The Wine Tipster’s Unibet Racing Blog for each day of the meeting and all his top tips. You won’t want to miss his naps this week!

All 21 races will be covered on RacingTV and ITV Racing so you won’t miss a thing.

Randox Liverpool’s NHS Day Thurs 8th April

Celebrating the heroes of the NHS, the first day of the Randox Grand National Meeting is bound to get off to a flying start with four Grade 1 races in running order: Manifesto Novices’ Chase, Doom Bar Anniversary 4-Y-O Juvenile Hurdle, Bowl Chase and Aintree Hurdle . The Wine Tipster can’t wait for the Rose Paterson Randox Foxhunters’ Open Hunters’ Chase held over the iconic fences for amateur riders. What a thrill!

The Fan National Sweepstake declarations will be made on the 8th too.

Randox Ladies Day Fri 9th April

Ladies Day is not only an impressive day for fashion, but also for the four Grade 1 races to get your racing gears going with the Top Novices’ Hurdle, Mildmay Novices’ Chase, Marsh Melling Chase and Sefton Novices’ Hurdle. A firm favourite among Liverpudlians, this year you can bring the catwalk to your own home! Share your best raceday outfits with The Wine Tipster on Twitter and Instagram.

Randox Grand National Day Sat 10th April

And finally, the day everyone has been waiting for. One of the world’s most famous sporting occasions shown live on ITV. The 17:15 Randox Grand National Steeplechase features forty runners competing over more than four miles and over 30 unique fences, with winners automatically becoming sporting legends. Saturday isn’t just about The Grand National, The Mersey Novices’ Hurdle, The Doom Bar Maghull Novices’ Steeplechase and the Ryanair Stayers’ Hurdle are the Grade 1 races of the day, and the 7 racecard is packed with top racing action.

Satisfy your Grand National obsession with these Facts and Figures from its 182 year history.

Relive sporting history with The Grand National Classics

Celebrating The Grand National

Go all out for this momentous occasion with a bottle of show-stopping Coates & Seely Brut Britagne Reserve NV, Hampshire (£31.95 Coates & Seely, Magnum £64.95 Lea & Sandeman). Or their Rosé Brut Britagne NV, Hampshire (£32.96 Coates & Seely, £31.75 Lea & Sandeman) always hits the spot.

Coates & Seely Brut Britagne Reserve NV and Rosé Brut Britagne NV

Looking for an easy drinker that matches the quality of the racing? Yealands Reserve Sauvignon Blanc 2020, Awatere Valley, Marlborough, New Zealand (£11.59 Waitrose) is a truly class act.

An unbeatable great value Red for the top racing is the Ramos Reserva Vinho Regional Alentejano 2018 from Portugal and available in Majestic £8.99.

Something stronger for the edge-of-the-seat viewing? A glass of top quality Glenfarclas 10 Year Old Malt is a smooth taste experience (£32.90 Master of Malt, £34.95 The Whiskey Exchange).

Glenfarclas 10 Year Old Malt (£32.90 Master of Malt, £34.95 The Whiskey Exchange).

The Wine Tipster wishes you a winning Grand National! Cheers!

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