“Corach Rambler”, winner of the prestigious 175th Grand National
horse Curach RamblerRiding by a knight Derek Foxwas imposed on Saturday at The 175th edition of the prestigious Grand Nationalwhose departure had to be delayed for about a quarter of an hour due to the protests of a large group of animal supporters who ended up with nine detainees.
the Merseyside Police It stated that “a large number of demonstrators tried to enter” the racetrack to seenear Liverpool (UK), shortly after 5:00 pm local time, reports the BBC website.
Although “most” were arrested, nine of them managed to get on the road and were later arrested by the officers. The race started at 5:29 PM, after it was scheduled for 5:15 PM.
The betting favorite “Corach Rambler” won the legendary race before him “Vanellier” (14-1), ridden by Sean Flanagan; And “Gillard de Mesnil” (10-1) led by Paul Townend.
winner in 2022, “Noble Yeats” (8-1), ridden by Sean Bowen, finished fourth in a demanding, 7,200-meter, 30-hurdle race.
This is the second Grand National victory for Derek Fox, who has already won the 2017 edition on the backstroke One for ArthurTrained, as “Korach Rambler”, by Lucinda Russell.
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