Grand National Meeting, Grand National Day Tickets
Buy Tickets and Grandstand badges for the 2017 Grand National at The Crabbie's 2015 Grand National meeting at Aintree Racecourse on Saturday 8th April 2017...
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Aintree Grand National 2016 Tickets and hospitality are now on sale and can be purchased securely online. It is watched by 600 million people worldwide and you can sample it live in a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Steeplechase Enclosure: provides prime viewing of the first fences of the Grand National Course, unreserved seating and with a relaxed dress code, offers a unique outdoor Grand National experience. This area is inclusive of its own bars, catering, betting facilities, big screen viewing and live entertainment.
Tattersalls Enclosure: One of the largest and most atmospheric enclosures on a racecourse with greatly improved facilities for racegoers of all ages. Trackside viewing, plus access to the Parade Ring, café style bars on the Red Rum lawn, the Irish Bar, and live music in the Aintree Pavilion.
West Tip Seats - Offering the excitement of the Tattersalls Enclosure, these covered seats offer great views up the home straight and of the final few fences of the course. Enjoy a private bar for West Tip Seats holders only or explore the rest of the Tattersalls Enclosure at your leisure.
Queen Mother Stand: Situated just after the winning post offering spectacular views of the racecourse. Great location on the racecourse, close to the Parade Ring and Winner’s Enclosure, with designated bars and tote betting facilities within. Reserved seats are situated on level 1 and Premium Roof viewing on Level 2.
Earl of Derby Stand: Aintree’s newest grandstand terrace is closer to the action than anywhere else on the racecourse. Located close to the parade ring and horse walk way, its a great position to witness the colourful preparations of horses and jockeys at the Grand National start line, and be one of the first to cheer a winner on its way back to the Winner’s Enclosure.
Princess Royal Stand: A newly extended and refurbished lounge with Champagne and Seafood concessions together with a full bar will make this an experience to remember. Situated just before the winning post offering racegoers a first-class facility for racing at the Grand National meeting. This facility has a dedicated bar, and offers a unique vantage point over Aintree racecourse, and an ideal spot for viewing the exciting final few minutes of every race. Reserved seats are situated on level 1 and Roof viewing on Level 2.
County Stand: This traditional uncovered area offers prime viewing, making this badge very popular with racegoers at Aintree.
Platinum County Lounge: This is Aintree’s exclusive VIP grandstand enclosure. Enjoy a fully covered reserved seat overlooking the famous water jump and mingle with friends in this facility’s own dedicated private lounge.
Bob Champion Suite - Official on-site hospitality packages. Perfect place to spend a leisurely day with clients, friends or family alike to watch the Grand National. Superb glass-fronted marquee is located adjacent to the Parade Ring and alongside the Red Rum statue includes the following:
•Bucks Fizz reception
•Complimentary bar (wines, beers & soft drinks)
•Three-course hot luncheon wines
•County Lawn admission badge
•Car parking (1 per 2 guests)
•Celebrity Tipster – Bob Champion
•Tote betting facilities
•Complimentary race card
•Individual guest documentation
•VIP hostess service
Private tables of 10, small numbers on shared tables.
Buy Tickets Online or call 0870 600 2526 for Aintree Grand Naional meeting.
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Grand National History:
In 1839, 17 horses and their supposedly gentlemen riders lined up at Aintree for a race of "four miles across country" - the Grand Liverpool Steeplechase. The distance was actually more than that and most of the jockeys were professionals. The fences were generally small country banks with or without ditches, plus a couple of brooks and even a stone wall. The winner was called Lottery. Some
might view this as fitting, given the race's reputation in later years for shock results, though the horse was in fact the 5/1 favourite.
It was in this first running of the Grand National that one of the streams became known as Becher's Brook after Captain Martin Becher, rider of Conrad. When the horse ploughed into the sixth fence he catapaulted Becher over the top and into the brook where he sought refuge.
Captain Becher, with true Victorian panache, is reputed to have said after his experience that he had not known how "dreadful water tastes without whisky in it".
Three Chings is an independent ticket company, and is not connected to any other box office, bodies or organisers of the event shown on this page. Prices are above face value, the face value price range for this event is £43.00-£91.00