We all like a flutter on the Grand National and this Saturday’s race looks just as exciting as last year’s. From the favourites Tidal Bay, Long Run and Monbeg Dude through to rank outsiders like Swing Bill, 40 horses and jockeys will battle it out on the famous course in the ultimate test of endurance.
If you can’t be at Aintree in person, take a front row seat to watch the race live on TV in your own living room. To make it a memorable experience, you’ll want the best possible viewing environment with a large wide-screen TV and a comfy sofa. Only one thing can spoil the drama of this annual event: glare from the windows.
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