Author: Press Release

Early History of the Grand National

The Grand National is one of the most famous steeplechases in the world. It is a prominent part of the British culture and is popular even among those who don’t watch or bet on horse racing. It is considered as the world’s most iconic horse race. Its history goes a long way back to the 1830s and it is the most valuable jump race in Europe. It is an ultimate test for both the rider and the horse who have to cover 4 miles and jump 30 fences. A maximum number of 40 horses can line up at the start of the race, and surprisingly only 40 percent become able to complete the race on average. The amazing racing event is near now and will be held in April. Punters are already debating the prospects of all the leading contenders for the Grand National 2018. Blaklion is looking as a clear favorite now while Total Recall and Native River are also looking good. For the Grand National, you will find all the news, views and tips at freebets which is the place where you can find everything about the Grand National betting. And for the finest Grand National free bets, you can find all the leading bookmakers here. You might like the offers of Paddy Power, Coral or William Hill. Paddy Power is offering the Non Runner No Bet...

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Arabian the Top NATRC Horse in 2017

Tezuby, a.k.a. Ted, a 17 year old chestnut Arabian gelding, owned and ridden by Jonni Jewell of Decatur, TX, was named the winner of the North American Trail Ride Conference’s (NATRC) highest award, the President’s Cup, at its 57th annual convention in Albuquerque, NM, on February 9-11, 2018.

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The Magnificent Met Mounted Police Return To Olympia, The London International Horse Show

Adding to this year’s stellar line-up of entertainment, the Mounted Branch of the Metropolitan Police will be returning with their breath-taking Activity Ride, a phenomenal demonstration of skill and bravery as they negotiate hazards, portraying complete trust between horse and Officer. Expect horses jumping through a solid paper wall, fire, and many more edge-of-the-seat moments as the horses boldly illustrate their nerves of steel, in perfect formation.

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