The races day dilemma is back again with a lengthy summer of outdoor dressing upon us. Your dress is an important factor but even more important are your sunglasses. SmartBuyGlasses has given some style advice for top picks this 2016 at the races, read below to find your perfect pair. Bright and bold colours Bold and loud colour combinations make for a dynamic, energetic look. Whether it’s matching your sunglasses with your dress, or using them as a bold statement to give your outfit a summery feel, bold colours are an important factor. Feel free to mix colours or you...Read More
Author: Allison Graham
The Grand National is the one race that almost everyone (over 18) in the UK gets involved with, from the most ardent of horse racing fans to downright beginners. You’ll always find the bookmakers full to the brim on Grand National day with hundreds of thousands of people backing a horse or maybe more, with the beginners taking hardly any account of form, jockey or trainer into consideration. A lot of the time, it’ll be their favourite jersey colour or a name that relates to them. For most novices, it’s a pure lottery! For horse racing fans and expert...Read More
Following a remarkable series of wins at the Cheltenham Festival, Irish Champion Trainer Willie Mullins has propelled himself up the Trainer Championship table and now sits in second place, hot on the heels of Paul Nicholls. With only £141K separating the two at the top, it’s all to play for when it comes to the Grand National 2016 and both trainers are in it to win it. At the latest scratching stage for the Grand National, 17 horses were withdrawn, seven of whom were initially in the top 40. Mullins withdrew Don Poli and Valseur Lido with Nicholls taking...Read More
Grand National Beginner’s Betting Guide – Download it now! It’s that Grand National time of year again, sweepstakes at the office, offers from the bookies, and you might even be going to the Actual Grand National at Aintree! We’re sure that you’ve got your outfit organised, but if you haven’t then our Fashion Editor Karen Grace can help! If you’re new to betting on the races, then download our comprehensive guide to betting on the Grand National. With detailed explanations of how you could pick a winner, you’ll soon be telling your friends what to look out for in the Paddock as...Read More
The Grand National, the biggest day of the racing calendar in the UK, takes place in just over two weeks’ time. As soon as the Cheltenham Festival is over – this year’s Gold Cup was won by Don Cossack – attention starts to turn towards the Aintree festival. This year, the Grand National is set to take place on 9th April, with some 600 million people expected to watch the race live. The 2016 race could even see history being made, as 2015 champion Many Clouds is heavily fancied to defend his title, with no horse having managed to win the Grand National in consecutive years since the legendary Red Rum in the 1970s. No event in racing can match the drama of the Grand National, with fences such as The Chair, Becher’s Brook and the Canal Turn all firmly in the public consciousness. Read on for more about the 2016 Grand National favourites or who to bet on. The Favourites Many Clouds is the early favourite for the race, with odds of 8/1 currently available for last year’s champion. A win by 10 lengths in his last race, at Kelso, where he beat National entrants such as The Druids Nephew, confirmed that Many Clouds is in good shape in 2016. The handicap would usually be a concern for last year’s winner, but Many Clouds is set to start...Read More
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