A-Z of Grand National
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Fun Facts of Grand National
A is the name of Aldaniti, who, like his jockey Bob the Champion, returned and won the 1981 Grand Slam tournament. This feat is immortal in the film “Champion”.
Liverpool L10 Aintree also held its first flat car in 1829, and the Liverpool Grand Prix in February 1836 also represented Aintree.
Amateur – Many jockey enthusiasts have already stood out in national races, and the last unpaid racer to be paid was the journalist Marcus Armiage, who won in 1990 with Friske. Eight years ago, amateur Dick Saunders became the oldest winner. The jockey in the race, at the age of 48, won when he became a partner at Grittar. Mr. Bretherton was Jerry’s first successful 1840 lover.
This is the work of Captain Martin William Becher, who played an important role in “National Events.” In 1839, Conrad rode at a speed of 20-1 in the first National Grand Prix. When the mountain fell into a specially designed diving arena – the sixth and 22nd fences – it was called Becher Creek. she is saturated. “I don’t know that without whiskey the taste of water is unpleasant,” he said.
The C is a 5-foot, 2-inch seat with a 6-foot-wide groove on the take-off side, which is Aintree’s most difficult obstacle.
The famous fence actually jumped only once and was named after its location, which was opposite the “place” reserved for the “judge in the distance.” It was located at the scene, the only human life in American history: Joe Wynn got here in 1862 and died from injuries. This led to a groove on the take-off side of the fence to slow down at the entrance. The land on the landing side was six inches taller than the land on the take-off side, creating the opposite effect of Becher’s fall. Fences were originally called monumental jumps, but in the 1930s, chairs were more often used.
C stands for Channel 4, which announced the national competition in 2013. For the first time in the history of the contest, it will be broadcast anywhere except the BBC, and will represent Crabby at the event from 2014 to 2016. New sponsor. The first bonus fund in the amount of 1 million pounds – the partnership allowed the owner of Crabbie, Halewood International, to establish long-term relationships with Aintree and compete on a larger scale. The founder of Halewood International, the late John Halewood, owned the Amberley House, prepared by Ginger McCain, and won the 2004 Grand National Award and the 2001 Becher Chase Award. During their career, the best racers have played 11 times on the famous Great National Fence.
Dee was the mother of Devon Loch, the horse of the mother of the British Queen, and he won the national championship in 1956 when he was inexplicably 50 yards from the track with a 10-foot lead. The place was divided and the almost clumsy Dick Francis was placed on peat. This is the favorite of National Entertainment Splendor. Therefore, “being Devonshire Bay” means defeating defeat from the mouth of victory.
D also stands for distance: the payout ratio is equivalent to more than 30 lengths. This is the result of the Red Predators taking four players to the 2001 Grand Slam finals. Only the winner and Smarty took part in the clean round by reinstalling Blowing Wind and Papillon. Other races that won in the distance races were the Corridor (1893), Crackort (1913), Sean Spear (1921), Tipperelli Tim (1928) and Mr. To (1958).
E is the elbow and elbow in the 494-yard breakthrough. It was reported that there was a national competition. In 1973, an eight-year-old named Red Roma overhauled the brave chief heavyweight Crisp and Richard Pitman to win this honor, 18 years later
Seagram did the same for Mark Pittman’s son at the Savannah Garrison Golden Cup Championship.
E also Early Misty-Vincent O’Brien won three consecutive Grand Slam titles from 1953 to 1955, of which Roan Tan and Quare Times were updated the next two times, and this legendary manager became the only Three consecutive winners.
F means foinavon. He was an outsider 100-1 in the 1967 game (444-1 on the bag). He missed the enemy, surrounded by opponents stacked on the 23rd fence. The name of the item. Unmanned Popham Down caused chaos
With the exception of Foynavon, almost the whole game stopped, he had long been, his jockey manages to get around hand-to-hand combat and jump over the mile fence. According to the National Fun Competition, Foinavon had no illusions about his master, and the coach did not come to see him!
F is also a fence – there are 16 events on the national highway, 14 of which jumped twice, 30 in total, and 15 – a new start time for the great competition of 2016. This change aims to have more people take part in observing the world of Miracles everywhere.
G represents the 1934 winner, the Golden Miller, and is the only horse in history to win the Grand National Cup and the Golden Cheltenham Cup in the same season.
G is also betting on Gambles – a drop from 33-1 to 10-1 at Papillon led to bookmakers losing £ 10 million
As for the Grays, only three won the game: The Lamb twice won the championship in 1868 and 1871, while Nikolai Silver and Neptune Collon were in the last two centuries. The only gray person to receive this award (1961 and 2013).
H is Bruce Hobbs, he is the youngest jockey of the country’s champion – he was only 17 years old when he managed the battleship with little success.
Obstacles to horses are assigned different weights, from 11 to 10 pounds to 10 pounds, which means that in theory all 40 runners must cross the finish line together. In the past, BHB senior obstacle course athlete Phil Smith has been criticized by coaches. Some may wish to threaten to leave Antri’s booth.
If the winner of the 2003 national championship scored more than seven points. One of the country’s biggest serious jokes: Monti’s pass arrived home at 12 o’clock.
I fight for Ireland, and Ireland has provided 6 of the last 17 national heroes (although Silver Birch was their last winner in 2007).
Also for Ilex, in the 1890s, renowned player George Masterman considered his horse “less than 10 pounds and 5 pounds” “defined.” He was right – Ilex was eliminated from the favorites with a score of 4: 1 and easily won. I am also an ITV representative, and he got the right to watch big games on terrestrial television since 2017.
J is a jockey, almost provable. George Stevens is the most successful jockey in national history, having won five awards (1856, 1863, 1864, 1869 and 1870), more than anyone else. In recent years, Ruby Walsh and Leighton Aspell have become followers of the National Joy Contest, winning twice each time. Since 2012, any jockey who participates in the Great National Tournament (amateur or professional) must win at least 10 winners on the fence and win at least 15 in total both in the obstacle and in the pursuit. Winner
J’s name is Jim Joel, and Maori Adventures by Jim Joel won in 1987. He is the oldest owner at the age of 92.
K stands for Count Karl Kinsky, a nobleman of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He became the first rider outside the British Isles to take part in the Great National. Mare Kinski Zoedone defeated only nine opponents and therefore won in the first match. This is the smallest field ever scored – 1883.
L means the lottery, and Lot Lottery won the first National Grand Prix in 1839. His name is correctly named, because it is random in each race.
L also represents Last Suspect. Last Suspect started the shock of 50-1 in 1985. The last words of the coach and pessimist captain Tim Forster remembered by Jockway Hivel Davis: “Continue the reinstallation.”
M is a representative of Donald’Ginger’McCain. A car salesman in Southport and a part-time taxi driver trained red rum and won three major citizens (1973, 1974, and 1977). He then took the 2004 winner, House Amberley.
M stands for Melling Road, and the runner crosses the path to the first fence.
M. is also the representative of the declaration: a miniature of the national horse racing, which was held eight times between 1897 and 1904. He won twice and scored three points a third time, taking fourth and eighth places at the age of 16 in his last game! He failed only once.
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N is synonymous with Nickel Coin. He became the 13th and most recent mare to land at Grand National in 1951. None: Champions jockeys Peter Skadamore and John F. John Frankom dropped out of the Grand National Championship. Skodamo won a third championship in Corbiere in 1985, while Franccom finished second in 1980 and Roughness and Tumble in 1979 (Rough And Tumble) third.
Perhaps the greatest pilot, Tony McCoy, broke his national big duck on Don’t Push This in 2010. Paul Nichols coached his first championship in 2012 for Neptune Collones.
N also represents the nose, which was Neptune’s Collongnes winning profit in 2012. According to the National Fun Contest, this is the shortest winning profit in game history.
O means “The Voice of Racing” by Sir Peter O’Sullivan. In 1947, he published his first commentary on the game on the radio and switched to television 13 years later. O’Sallevane’s last major national conference call was won by Lord Gillen in 1997. The IRA panic bomb was 49 hours later than expected.
O also for car owners: Holidaycamp tycoon Fred Pontin celebrates the success of the 1971 Grand National Cup with the Clarification. This victory inspired Trevor Hemmings to participate in races. In turn, he won with Hedgehunter in 2005, Ballabriggs in 2011 and Aintree in many clouds in 2016. The 1976 winner, Rag Trade, was owned by Raymond Besson. Besson is better known as Mr. Tizi-Wisey. He is widely considered the first famous hairdresser in the UK and made his own performance on Saturday afternoon tea.
P is the name of Jenny Pitman, known as the “Queen Anterry” and the first woman to train the country’s champion. She succeeded in Corbiere in 1983 and in the Royal Athletes 12 years later. Her son Mark trained Smarty, who was second only to the Red Marauder in 2001.
P still represents party politics, and he received the title of casual supporter in 1992 – his victory was five days before the election.
Q stands for Queen Mother, who philosophically remarked: “Okay, this is a race”, her Devon Loch was 50 yards from the 1956 National Grand Slam race.
Q also stands for the Quare Times, which in 1955 awarded Vincent O’Brien an unprecedented national hat award. Three years later, O’Brien moved from a skydiver to focus on the apartment, winning the Derby Grand Prix just six times!
R stands for the world’s most famous horse racing – red rum, and is one of the most interesting topics in the United States. The day before Foinavon’s success in 1967, he sold boards for Aintree. Rummy was carried out at Southport Beach by Ginger McCain, and returned to the hands of major citizens in 1973 and 1974. Secondly, in the next two years he became the only three-time winner in 1977. Now he is buried by the winner.
R also represents Geraldine Rhys, who became the first woman to win the 1982 national home run championships. It is worth noting that Fred Rimell trained four horses to conquer the United States from 1956 to 1976. These include Nikolaus Silver in gray.
Finally, R stands for Reserve – since 2000, the composition of One Pillar (2004) has reached 40 each year. This is partly due to the introduction of the preliminary examination system in 2000. If in the initial application of the pilot the race was not held by 9 o’clock in the morning, the participants will be announced 48 hours before the start of the race, and up to four preliminary exams can be used the day before.
S stands for Dick Saunders, who won the Grittar with a 48-year-old amateur in 1982, making him the country’s oldest champion.
S also represents Tommy Stack, who participated in the historic third victory of the Red Rum. In 1991, another random Seagram fan who sponsored the game became the hero of Seagram.
Finally, S represents the audience: on National Day, some 70,000 runners flocked to Aintree. It is estimated that there are 600 million viewers in the world, and the competition is distributed in 140 countries.
This is the work of Nigel Twiston-Davis. After winning the Earth Summit in 1998, he shocked Des Linam from the BBC: “I’m not in an interview.” After the victory of Bindari in 2002, he was more fun.
It is also the name of the hero John Thorne, a 54-year-old lover who pursued Aldaniti, the home of Spartan rockets in 1981. Mr. Edward William Topham was part of the original band that originally hosted the competition at Aintree. In 1848, he took over the rental of the stadium, which remained in the family until 1973. The track is now part of the Jockey Club.
Are you American. With the main diet of the boring Six Dragon competition, are the Americans fascinated by the large national team? Both Jay Trump (1965) and Ben Nevis (1980) began to live on American fences before winning the Grand Slam title. American car owners won ten times, including the battleship owned by Randolph Scott’s wife Marion Du Pont Scott in 1938. The last winner in the United States was Papillon Betty Morana in 2000.
V lover In 1840, the Irish amateur racer Alan Power made the bet that he would first get to the fence of a stone wall in Fort Lover. He did, and his horse was named after the smaller of his names in the two fences of the Aintree Creek.
V is also an empty race. After a chaotic beginning, the infamous 1993 Great National Movement was declared invalid. Some horses were entangled in the starting belt, so a wrong start was announced. Although 30 of the 39 launchers did not notice an incorrect launch notification. Asha Ness Jenny Pitman first finished the game and the game was declared invalid.
W is the weight. The biggest load in the game is 13 and 4 pounds of the winner of the 1839 lottery, when they returned in 1841. He was raised a second time in Becker. Horses with horses older than 11 years have achieved better results in recent years, including the Hedgehunter in 2005, Don’t Push It in 2010, Neptune Cologne in 2012, and Many Clouds in 2016. All of them won with horses over 11th. The fourth horse that won the most was the Monastery (1893), the Manifesto (1899), Jerry M. (1912) and Poetlin (1919). The most interesting fact in the country is the Manifesto, which finished third in 1890 with 12 pounds and 13 pounds.
X is the X-ray that leads us to the quaint nobles Beltran de Osorio and Dies de Rivera. The Iron Duke of Albuquerque is a true great nation. Between 1952 and 1976 he played in 7 games, the last time he was 57 years old. He completed the race (he finished eighth on Nereo in 1974), dropped three times and pulled himself up twice. According to his own estimates, he received 107 fractures in Aintree. This includes broken legs, broken vertebrae and broken ribs. A lesser village joke reports that it was declared unhealthy in 1977.
Y is Arthur Yeats’s name, and National Fun Fun Facts is a big advantage for him. Yates’ first player, Playman, lost control when he fell and killed jockey James Wynn. Yates defeated Roquefort in 1885, while the Monastery won a 40 percent victory in 1893 with 12 and 7 pounds. Great National Party – Bruce Hobbs. In 1938, he was only 17 years old when he won the battleship.
Z – Zoedon’s mare, mare of the slowest Grand National champion. She recorded 11 minutes and 39 seconds. This mare was owned and established by the Bohemian diplomat Count Charles of Kim and won the reconstruction of the Great National Party in 1883.
Z represented Zongalero, the first player Nicky Henderson to compete in, and in 1979 he finished second in Rubstic. This is still the best position for a trainer with seven trolleybuses.