AINTREE GOING DESCRIPTIONS CHANGE AHEAD OF RACING TOMORROW

  AINTREE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 RANDOX HEALTH GRAND NATIONAL FESTIVAL RACENEWS RACECOURSE SERVICE   AINTREE GOING DESCRIPTIONS CHANGE After a dry and windy day at Aintree, the official going description for the Grand National Course has changed ahead of the 2017 Randox Health Grand National Festival, which starts tomorrow, Thursday, April 6. Clerk of the Course Andrew Tulloch commented at 5pm: “Obviously, we have had a cloudy day and it has just carried on drying out, so the Grand National course is now Good to…

News from Aintree Racecourse – Baker looks forward to tomorrow, betting latest, etc

AINTREE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 RANDOX HEALTH GRAND NATIONAL FESTIVAL RACENEWS RACECOURSE SERVICE   BAKER LOOKS FORWARD TO START OF 2017 RANDOX HEALTH GRAND NATIONAL FESTIVAL   John Baker, Jockey Club Racecourses Regional Director, North West, is ‘excited’ about the start of this year’s Randox Health Grand National Festival, which begins with Grand Opening Day at Aintree racecourse tomorrow.   This year’s three-day meeting has once again attracted a stellar line-up of horses, including a number of winners from last month’s Cheltenham Festival, such as…

GOING NEWS AT AINTREE TODAY

Another sunny and dry day at Aintree has seen the official going description for the Grand National Course change ahead of the 2017 Randox Health Grand National Festival which starts on Thursday, April 6. Clerk of the Course Andrew Tulloch commented late afternoon: “The ground has just dried out a bit more, so we have gone Good to Soft (from Soft, Good to Soft in places). “We have watered (five millimetres) the Mildmay and Hurdle Courses and so we have kept the descriptions broadly the same at Good…

JOE’S NATIONAL BID NO JOKE FOR JESTERS

Owner Robert Aplin admits to feeling ‘nerve-wracked’ ahead of Drop Out Joe’s tilt at the Randox Health Grand National this Saturday at Aintree. Bristol-based Aplin, who heads up The Jesters partnership, owns the nine-year-old together with business associates Josh Llewellyn, who lives in Barry Island, and Steve Corcoran, who hails from Knutsford, with the aim of winning a race. But the trio are now looking forward to having a runner in the world’s greatest chase after Drop Out Joe showed himself to be more than…

70 go forward for Saturday’s Randox Health Grand National

There are 70 horses going forward for Saturday’s £1-million Randox Health Grand National at Aintree, with a maximum of 40 runners able to line up at 5.15pm before a sold-out 70,000 racegoers on the course, a live British television audience of over 10 million with ITV the broadcaster for the first time and more than 600 million watching worldwide. Nine horses came out of the most famous chase this morning at the confirmation stage – top-weight Carlingford Lough, Alelchi Inois, Foxrock, Maggio, Vic’s Canvas, Ziga…

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