The Grand National horse racing competition is set to start early next year. It has been scheduled to begin on April 6 and end on April 8. The venue is at the Aintree Racecourse.
However, not many horse race fanatics will be able to make it to Aintree. If you cannot make arrangement plans to travel to the Aintree Racecourse and attend the festival, it does not mean that you completely miss out on the fun. What if there is another way for you to catch the whole event live? Here is the secret, TV!
First, you need to know the schedule of the event so that you know which races will take place when and at what time.
The Grand National is organised to run for 3 days. On April 6 is the Grand Opening, which is the first day of the event; therefore, it promises high-quality racing for sports lovers. There will be several races set for the opening day and you need to know the exact time when the races will start. ON April 7 and 8, there will be the Ladies Day and the Grand National Meeting. This way, you will organise your schedule to free some time for you to watch the races on TV.
Second, you need to know the channels that will broadcast the event live. The festival has a wide following considering that over 153, 000 people will attend the festival. Therefore, some channels for sports will broadcast the event to their followers. For instance, during the 2016 edition of the event, Channel 4 aired the event live, and this coming year, it may broadcast it again. Therefore, you need to check the schedule for sports channels and see which one will air the races.Therefore, if you are a horse racing fan, you do not have to worry about travelling to Aintree to catch the event live. You can just tune into Channel 4 or any other sporting channel that airs horse races and enjoy the event.