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[EspN+]. 2021 Grand National Live: S-tream Randox Grand National ON TV
How to Watch 2021 Grand National Live: Stream The Grand National Festival Live, Online TV Guide, Start Time, Where and How Can I Watch Grand National Live?
What time is the 2021 Grand National? The Randox Grand National is set to begin at 5.15pm on Saturday, April 10, at Aintree Racecourse. The Grand National Festival has been staged from Thursday to Saturday.
It’s Grand National day at Aintree 2021- here’s what you need about the TV and live stream options available.
We’ve already seen drama and brilliant horse racing in the first two days of the Grand National Festival.
Now it’s time for the big race of the three-day event as and all the action from Aintree is available to watch on TV and online with ITV Racing and Racing UK.
The first race of the day is scheduled for 2.25pm with the main event due to start at around 5.15pm.
All 21 races at the Grand National Festival have be shown live on Racing UK including the ones before and after the ITV coverage finishes You can subscribe to their coverage to watch on Sky, Freeview and online/mobile. It is available to watch on Sky Channel 426 and Virgin Media Channel 536.
The 2020 Grand National was held virtually with Potters Corner winning the simulated race, but it’s back to real life this year with the main event at 5.15pm on Saturday.
Thursday’s races saw Manchester United legend enjoy a Liverpool hat-trick as a co-owner of Protektorat, Monmiral and Clan Des Obeaux.
The second of three days of the Festival on Friday however was overshadowed by the death of the Duke of Edinburgh a few hours before the first race at 1.45pm.
Races took place as planned with tributes paid to the Duke in the form of a two-minute silence, messages on the course’s big screen and black armbands worn by the jockeys.
It has been confirmed Saturday’s Grand National will also still commence despite the death of Prince Philip.
We’ve had to wait two years but it’s finally time for another spin over the iconic Aintree fences. That’s right, it’s Grand National time and you can watch the whole race for FREE with Paddy Power.
You’ll know that the Grand National is the greatest steeplechase in the world – but it’s also one of the remaining big prize pots of the 2020/21 National Hunt season in Great Britain.
The 40 runners and riders are due to go to post at 5.15pm for the 4m 2f 74yds slog around Aintree Racecourse. You can check out the latest odds by visiting our Grand National tab – and we’re paying a whopping SIX places!
You won’t want to miss the race and this is how you can watch for FREE thanks to Uncle Paddy.
HOW TO LIVE STREAM THE GRAND NATIONAL 2021 FOR FREE
We’ve actually been showing racing from both sides of the Irish Sea completely free and live (well, on a one-second delay) online and through the app since last June. You’ve been missing out if this is brand new information.
To watch, just download the app and sign up or log in. You don’t even have to place a bet on a race to watch it. It’s even easier online where you simply head to paddypower.com, log in, find the race and you’re away.
We’ve got you covered with stats and pace analysis to go with the action, while there is also a Predictor and Paddock View option lined up to provide the best possible racing experience in your own home.
There are previews and tips for the Grand National on PP News, as well as a stack of features and exclusive columns from leading names in the industry such as Ruby Walsh and Mick Fitzgerald.
This looks like being the “decider” between Thyme Hill and Paisley Park, the 2019 Stayers’ Hurdle winner, as their head-to-head currently stands at one win apiece so far this season.
Thyme Hill was off the mark early on with a victory in the Long Distance Hurdle at Newbury in November, but Paisley Park turned the tables – by a neck – in the Grade One Long Walk at Ascot a month later. This is a first visit to Aintree for Thyme Hill, but Paisley Park was successful in a handicap over two-and-a-half miles here back in October 2018, at the start of a seven-race winning streak which culminated in his famous victory in the staying division’s championship event at the Festival.
Thyme Hill was ruled out of this year’s Festival just a few days beforehand with a minor muscle problem while Paisley Park came up short in an attempt to become the first horse ever to win back the Stayers’ crown. It could be argued that this track might not play to his strengths but the quickening ground may be more to his liking, and a fascinating head-to-head is in prospect (with Roksana far from out of it either on her form in a Grade Two over three miles at Ascot in February).