The Grand National is a horse racing event held annually at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, England. It is one of the most prestigious and popular horse races in the world, with a rich history dating back to the 19th century.
The Grand National is a steeplechase race, which means that it involves horses jumping over a series of fences and other obstacles. The race is run over a distance of 4 miles and 514 yards (6.9 km) and features a total of 30 fences, including the famous Becher’s Brook and The Chair.
The Grand National is held in early April and is attended by thousands of spectators. It is a major event in the British sporting calendar and is widely televised, with millions of people around the world tuning in to watch the race. The Grand National is known for its drama and excitement, with the challenging course and unpredictable nature of horse racing making it a thrilling event for both competitors and spectators.