Watch the 2019 Grand National ITV broadcast
ITV took over the broadcasting rights of the Grand National in 2017. The best part? You can watch the broadcast for free!
To enjoy the stream from anywhere:
- Sign up for ExpressVPN
- Connect to a UK server location
- Head to TVPlayer or TVCatchup and select ITV
- Stream the Grand National!
Listen to live Grand National radio coverage on talkSPORT
You can also tune in to live radio coverage of the Grand National on talkSPORT.
Follow 2019 Grand National results on BBC
Although the BBC stopped broadcasting the race in 2012, it is still a premier destination for fans who want up-to-the-minute news and coverage.
Head to the BBC for the latest Grand National coverage from BBC Sport!
When is the Grand National 2019 race?
The 2019 edition of the Grand National will be held April 6-9. The three-day opening festival begins on April 4.
The Grand National Aintree racecourse
Located at Aintree, in the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, Aintree racecourse is renowned as the home of the Grand National.
With a distance of 4 miles and 514 yards, the Grand National is the longest National Hunt race in Britain.
The race consists of two laps of 16 fences. In the first lap, all 16 fences are jumped. In the second, The Chair and the Water Jump are avoided, with the runners bearing to the right onto the run-in for home.
Complete horse racing calendar 2019
Besides the Grand National, be on the lookout for these great equestrian events throughout 2019!
|30 March||Dubai World Cup||Meydan, Dubai|
|6 April||The Grand National||Aintree, UK|
|4 May||Kentucky Derby||Churchill Downs, KY|
|4 May||2,000 Guineas||Newmarket, UK|
|5 May||1,000 Guineas||Newmarket, UK|
|18 May||Preakness Stakes||Baltimore, MD|
|31 May||The Oaks||Epsom, UK|
|1 June||The Derby||Epsom, UK|
|8 June||Belmont Stakes||Belmont Park, CA|
|18-22 June||Royal Ascot||Ascot, UK|
|29 June||Irish Derby||The Curragh, County Kildare, Ireland|
|27 July||King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes||Ascot, UK|
|14 September||St. Leger||Doncaster, UK|
|6 October||Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe||Longchamp, Paris, France|
|12 October||The Everest||Sydney, Australia|
|19 October||British Champions Day||Ascot, UK|
|1-2 November||Breeders’ Cup||Churchill Downs, KY|
|5 November||Melbourne Cup||Flemington, Australia|
|24 November||Japan Cup||Tokyo, Japan|
|8 December||Hong Kong International Races||Sha Tin, Hong Kong|
Who wins the 2019 Grand National?
Since a 15-year-old Peter Simple won the Grand National in 1853 with a time of 10m 37.5s, no horse above the age of 13 has emerged victorious at Aintree. The fastest winning time belongs to Mr. Frisk, who achieved a blazing 8m 47.8s in 1990!
The 2018 Grand National winner was Tiger Roll, clocking in at a respectable 9m 40.1s. Will we see new records broken this year? Leave your predictions below and remember to tune in with your VPN!